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Dulce Base = movie "Cabin in the Woods" ?

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posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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Read the article and loved it, might actually watch Cabin in the Woods to see if it does really match up.

I'm reading the bit about Videodrome now and might post about it.




posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 05:42 PM
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I usually don't like horror movies, every horror movie has somehow become "mainstream" horror movies, you can predict who gets killed, who survives and how it will end. And this made me sort of hate horror movies, but, a friend of me asked me if I had seen Cabin in The Woods, and of course I haven't, and he repeatedly told me I should see it.

So I went on and downloaded the movie and sat down and started watching it, in the beginning it was all identical to the all other horror movies I've seen, then came the underground government scenes, and I started bursting out in laughter, especially on the scene (SPOILER HERE FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T SEEN THE MOVIE) where the government employees betted on which 'evil creature' would come out. Then, somewhere in the middle of the movie I started thinking; "#, this somehow resembles rumours about whats going on in real life", ESPECIALLY the ending! That just mind#ed me all over the place. I ain't got much to say and what I suspect it's "supposed" to be depicting or whatever they're reflecting on, but somehow this movie triggered a thought in my mind that said "this might aswell be real, you never know". Not the movie itself, but the concept.

I don't know really. Of all the horror movies I've seen, this movie actually stands out as one of the best horror movies I've ever seen, it was unpredictable, funny and a little surprising on how the plot evolves throughout the movie.



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 05:58 PM
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you want to be truly shocked, check this link.

www.trutv.com...

over 900,000 americans were reported missing in one year.

even if just 10% are legitimate abductions, that's 90,000 people meeting an horrific and horrible end.

to put it in perspective, that's 30 9/11's in one year nobody seems to be worried about.



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 07:17 PM
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Why should it not make sense that the density of missing persons cases goes up in national parks? Why are boogiemen necessary to explain the phenomena? And why should it not be the prerogative of the national parks to downplay how many people go missing? The visitors are their bread and butter and they want as many to come as possible

People travel to national parks to go hiking and camping and other outdoor activities, like rock climbing. These activities are not without risk, especially if one goes alone. People do go alone sometimes. If they don't come back you file a missing person report.

People DO get lost and die. People do fall, break their legs and die before they are found, or be killed outright by the fall. Bad things sometimes happen when people do outdoor activities and people go to national parks to do these activities.

Does this mean that weird stuff isn't happening out there? Not necessarily. But even if there is the weirdness wouldn't be responsible for all of these missing people. Most of them would still be unfortunate victims of these mundane causes of death.
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posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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when i first read of the Dulce DUMB and its alien levels I used Google Earth to view the surrounding area.
there were around 100 humans in the story about the multiple underground levels.
that would cause traffic, leaving satillite visible roads...ending near the entrance
Could not find such. Go look. Dulce is an Indian rez, has major buildings, maybe a casino. Seems to me the entrance to the underground complex is in the town, where there are parking lots... or not existant. follow all the roads leading out of Dulce. cannot find anything corresponding to daily traffic of many military personnel coming and going to a hidden entrance.



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 07:37 PM
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I've read all about all the underground base stuff and Dulce with all the levels and what not which I have found most fascinating and horrific. All the weird experiments on humans and animals and the rumors of human body parts in vats of some kind of liquid and implications that the body parts were being preserved as nutrition/food for aliens. Some really grotesque stuff which was so very awesome to read about but nightmarish to think it could be true. There are also all the stories/rumors of the govt being in some kind of pact or agreement with aliens and then later a fire fight that broke out between a small faction that decided to take a stand and fight against all that was going on there.

What is truly weird is I do not believe I've seen the movie which is unheard of since horror is my favorite. I will now have to go watch the movie to see what references there are if any to all of this. I never realized the movie was about this or referenced it in any way and if I had would of watched it already. I will be checking it out.



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 07:46 PM
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Originally posted by Juggernog

Originally posted by Druscilla

*sigh*

Ah, the paranoid delusions of ATS membership ... how I lurvs you.

Dulce? Could someone just go there already, take some pics, and show me just ONE exhaust vent?

Dulce the city exists, but, underground base? No. It's a story.


Do you actually believe that a modern underground base/bunker needs air vents?


Well I know I do ,you got to breath,or do you do without ?



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 08:02 PM
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I am doubtful there is a base, but if I were the military I would want the vents for any underground installation to be camoflauged and able to stand up to casual inspection as not an air vent



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 09:22 PM
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Originally posted by Mkoll
Why should it not make sense that the density of missing persons cases goes up in national parks? Why are boogiemen necessary to explain the phenomena? And why should it not be the prerogative of the national parks to downplay how many people go missing? The visitors are their bread and butter and they want as many to come as possible

People travel to national parks to go hiking and camping and other outdoor activities, like rock climbing. These activities are not without risk, especially if one goes alone. People do go alone sometimes. If they don't come back you file a missing person report.

People DO get lost and die. People do fall, break their legs and die before they are found, or be killed outright by the fall. Bad things sometimes happen when people do outdoor activities and people go to national parks to do these activities.

Does this mean that weird stuff isn't happening out there? Not necessarily. But even if there is the weirdness wouldn't be responsible for all of these missing people. Most of them would still be unfortunate victims of these mundane causes of death.
edit on 13-10-2012 by Mkoll because: (no reason given)

You bring up legitimate points. However, if you read the articles, see the videos and listen (completely) to the C2C interviews, your points are addressed. You see, the *clusters* of STANGE and UNUSUAL disappearances, vanishings and deaths are only those that **qualify** for STRANGE AND UNUSUAL. In other words, the bear attacks, cougar attacks, mountain lion attacks, broken legs, drownings, etc. are not included as part of the investigation because they ALREADY HAVE BEEN EXPLAINED. Only the unusual cases involving those of highly unusual occurrences are examined after the mundane ones are weeded out.

Yes, people go into national parks and die and/or go missing, but only the cases where truly unusual facts are present are the ones examined in Paulides' investigation. This is the distinction you have overlooked. Now, if you want to be enlightened and/or be objective, do some investigation on your own behalf and look at the evidence. It is apparent that you haven't examined it completely because had you done so, you probably wouldn't have made the comments you posted, since these issues were already addressed in the material. It's like discussing something in class without having read the material. Nothing against you, just read the material so we can have a more informed discussion here. Just a friendly suggestion!



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 10:29 PM
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just wow. i was never going to watch this movie, now I'm going watch it tonight.



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 10:30 PM
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Oh. I'm sorry that I didn't go through the sources you provided before replying.

I shall go listen now.

Started listening, and this is some incredibly eerie stuff. Maybe forest spirits are real and crazy as hell?
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posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 11:42 PM
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Originally posted by viking43

Originally posted by Juggernog

Originally posted by Druscilla

*sigh*

Ah, the paranoid delusions of ATS membership ... how I lurvs you.

Dulce? Could someone just go there already, take some pics, and show me just ONE exhaust vent?

Dulce the city exists, but, underground base? No. It's a story.


Do you actually believe that a modern underground base/bunker needs air vents?


Well I know I do ,you got to breath,or do you do without ?


Jeez.. really to tired to go into it but im sure youve heard of purifiers or scrubbers right?



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 12:26 AM
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Now thats what i call a good movie



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 08:30 AM
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I doubt the author is talking about cases of peoples getting "lost" in the woods. Check out the youtube videos of the news coverage.



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