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Not only have many UFOs been reported in its vicinity over the years, but hundreds of USOs (Unidentified Submerged Objects) have been seen near this super-secret facility as well. (The Navy denies all this, of course.) Maybe the eeriest thing about AUTEC is that it's located on the Bahamian island of Andros, which puts it smack in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle.
Located in the southwest corner of Colorado, the San Luis Valley is a place with reported incidents involving not only UFOs but paranormal activity. Ghosts, "shadow people," unexplained lights, strange animals, and even flying humans has been rumored as well. Coincidentally, the valley is located close to a number of highly classified military installations.
Located in Dulce, New Mexico, some claim this mountain is home to 50,000 reptile-like ETs who, with the approval of the U.S. government, perform ghastly experiments on human beings with the ultimate purpose of enslaving mankind to work in plutonium mines on the moon and Mars. Most others dismiss Archuleta Mesa as the weirdest tall-tale in history. The debate about the mysterious location goes on.
Some ufologists claim that more UFOs are seen over Scotland than any other country in the world. Many of these sightings are made within the Falkirk Triangle, an area near Edinburgh, where UFOs are reported on a near-daily basis. Adding to the mystery, close to the middle of the Falkirk Triangle is the village Rosslyn, which is the site of Rosslyn Chapel, the mysterious church that has been connected to the Knights Templar (and not just in Dan Brown books).
When the Invasion of Iraq began in March 2003, U.S. forces paid particular attention to a place called the Little Zab River Valley, bombing it frequently and sending in scores of Special Forces. Located west of Baghdad, the valley was reportedly the site of what many called Saddam's Area 51. Ever since the first Gulf War, reports have come out of Iraq that Saddam's forces had recovered a crashed UFO, brought it to the Little Zab River Valley, reverse-engineered some of its technology, and, from this, created a sort of extraterrestrial WMD.
About 70 miles northwest of Area 51 is a place so secret, even people in the U.S. intelligence community rarely talk about it. Called the Tonopah Test Range, F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter was kept under wraps there for ten years without anybody but the president and the highest reaches of the U.S. military knowing about it. The Nighthawks left Tonopah years ago but the highly secret base remains operational. This begs the question: What's being kept there now?
Strangely, almost no UFOs are reported over Tonopah, Nevada. However, 500 miles to the southeast, is Tonopah, Arizona, where dramatic UFO sightings happen all the time. These include reports of gigantic aerial ships accompanied by fighter planes and at least one encounter between UFO pilots and local citizens. The Palo Verde nuclear plant, the largest of its kind in the world, is close by; many believe this is what attracts all the UFOs.
people in this remote area claim to see UFOs coming out of deep ravines and crevices on a regular basis. These sightings are so frequent, when children in the area are asked to draw something from their everyday lives, many of them reportedly draw pictures of flying saucer-like objects. China and India fought a war over this snowy region in 1962 and, these days, both governments restrict access to this mysterious corner of the world.
Pine Gape, located in the geographic center of Australia, is considered one of the most secret places on earth. It is from here that the NSA most likely controls America's newest fleet of spy satellites, many of which are said to eavesdrop on other nations and targeted individuals as well. But Pine Gap is also known for some spectacular UFO sightings: witnesses report seeing interactions between UFO occupants and personnel at the base. Could the U.S. have drones operating from Pine Gap that are disguised to look like UFOs?
About 70 miles northwest of Area 51 is a place so secret, even people in the U.S. intelligence community rarely talk about it. Called the Tonopah Test Range, F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter was kept under wraps there for ten years without anybody but the president and the highest reaches of the U.S. military knowing about it.
Originally posted by gariac
The first post, granted it comes from internet sources, has to be the worst collection of crap ever posted on ATS. Besides mixing it up with UFO and space alien garbage, the factual elements are mostly wrong.
has to be the worst collection of crap ever posted on ATS.
Originally posted by Stealthbomber
reply to post by Lady_Tuatha
At least what garaic posts is factual information! 'Drones operating from pine gap' lol great research, it's a Shane pine gap doesn't even have a runway! If your looking for secret drone testing I suggest you look up woomera test range, that's where it's at
Originally posted by Stealthbomber
Also I bet your probably gonna say a big door opens from the ground and the drones hover out of it, but the amount of heat generated doing that would be a nightmare trying to cool on the fly and there's one thing thing you don't want your new hover drone doing and that's ingesting hot air, the F-35 had a few problems with this during initial testing and had to use a hover pad to dissipate the heat.
The Mystery: This stunning snow-capped peak in the Cascade Mountain range, 60 miles south of the Oregon border, has long been considered one of the planet’s great “cosmic power spots,” luring everyone from Native Americans to Buddhist monks and hippies. Its sacred slopes are home to a potpourri of mysteries: spontaneous altered states; UFO sightings; crystal caves; encounters with Ascended Masters; underground military bases; even the rumored home to Lemurians, surviving members of a sensitive super-race some believe existed 12,000 years ago during the time of Atlantis.
Fact: A chance encounter with a strange group of warm, seemingly enlightened people in Shasta Valley inspired James Hilton to author the classic 1933 novel Lost Horizon, a tale about the idyllic community of Shangri-La. Others claim similar real-life experiences, but the mountain’s sheer natural beauty is inspiration enough for most.