reply to post by torsion
The Thomas Costello and Phil S. stories are false. The website will have the proof to show why the stories are false and the book will have the details to explain why the stories are false and why they were started. There is 40 years of information that has been mixed and diluted so that very few people can truly understand what happened. If I tried to write all the details in a blog no one will be able to understand what really happened, and I would end up writing another book.
I lived in Dulce and I was with my dad as he met every good and bad investigator or expert who ever showed interest in Dulce. The book was the easiest way to explain what really happened, trust me it is not for money. I would have to sell so many books to make money, I promise that was not the motivation for the book. I can post photos all day, but if people do not understand what they represent, the photos mean nothing.
The website will have all of my dads files to view for free with an explanation for each piece of evidence or each photo. People can make their own conclusions based on real evidence. It costs me a lot of money to provide free information to everyone so I created the website to provide as much free information as possible.
The real story about Dulce is different from the majority of the information posted on the internet or various websites. The photos and evidence will prove why most of the information is false, or in other instances, true, depending on the situation. If anyone wants to know what happened, I can try to explain what happened to the best of my ability, but a short post on the internet does not usually explain everything. If you have questions, feel free to ask me and I can do my best to answer your questions. The book was meant to set the record straight and document my dad's story, because it's an important story, but it might not necessarily what you have read or been told of in the past. Thank you.
I know you are a well respected researcher here on ATS, but have you been at dulce new mexico and scanned the area for any mysterious clues? The locals claimed to have seen ufos enter the archuleta mesa during the night. Most dont talk about it unless asked and they are often reluctant.
They say the base spans many square miles and is between the new mexico and colorado border.
The locals are of course going to do and say anything and everything in their power to attract more tourists to spend money in their little town/attraction.
Without unambiguous evidence, local storytelling is just as suspect of falsehood as this guy:
reply to post by wmd_2008
Conventional tunnel borring machines are very slow compared to a nuclear/electric tunnel borring maching that can dig up to a mile per day(if I remember correctly). The patents exist but the actual machines have never been developed for commercial use.
They leave no muck behind because they melt the ground completly to leave a smooth and shiny finish.
Because of all these advantages, the cost of any project is incredibly lower.
This actually reminds me of the UFO Hunters episode where they visited Dulce and showed off one of the air vents then got cancelled.