posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 04:43 PM
(also posted as a reply to the "DUMB at DIA" thread on the A51/Facilities board)
About a month ago, me and my brother (who lives about five minutes away from DIA in a suburb called Green Valley Ranch) decided to go driving around
the backroads around DIA to scope out some cool photography spots. After driving for a bit, we found ourselves on a dirt road approximately a mile
away from the airport (which was in plain view of our position.) He is (or was) rather "unsavvy" to the conspiracies surrounding DIA. I was filling
him in on the way, while observing many, many strange things about our surroundings - namely, the absurd amount of comm equipment surrounded by small
buildings jutting out of random fields, as well as more "underground markers" (indicators of buried pipelines, cables, etc.) and just plain wierd
tube-type apperati than I have ever seen. We stopped to look around, and discovered a trash dump site about 50 feet off of the road. I instantly
snapped into "ATS Investigator!" mode and started poking around. What I found freaked me out. In addition to seemingly normal house trash, I
discovered dozens and dozens of violently destroyed VHS tapes, CDs, cassettes, and old data tape reels. Someone did NOT want whatever was on these
recovered - not only were the plastic housings smashed considerably, someone had gone to the time and trouble to slice each tape into hundreds of
pieces. It had all been contained inside plain white trash bags, but it appeared as if someone had kicked them around some. Reminder - this was quite
far off the beaten path.
Picadilly Rd. and E. 64th Ave. Denver, CO
Google Earth and/or Maps that. The small cropping of buildings is one of the multitude of comm sites I was talking about. However, the trash dump
site, as well as the roadside markers and many other strange features, are NOT in the satellite photos. Fascinating.
Anyways, after finding the tapes at the dump site, me and Jor were standing around discussing the theories and what we should do with the debris, when
we heard that distinctive "Whoop Whoop!" of an angry officer. We started, looked around - nothing. No cops, no unmarkeds, nothing. (I remember a
report of an identical incident happening at Skinwalker Ranch - connection?) Anyways, we decided that whatever it was, it was an indicator that we
should LEAVE. Upon attempting to do so, we discovered that our car was dead. This was impossible, Jor had replaced the battery a week before. But the
car was deader than a doornail. We decided to walk to the road (about a mile) and see if we couldn't find someone to help us (we were not about to
push a Subaru Legacy a mile down a slightly-uphill dirt road.) Upon returning to the car an hour later with a friendly civillian, we discovered that
the car had been neatly - but thoroughly - searched. The memory card for Jor's camera was missing, as was a piece of tape I had decided to grab. Who
(or what) searched his car remains a total mystery. After a quick jump, it fired right back up, and we went home.
So what about that?
Next time we head out to that spot, I will assuredly take some photos and keep the cam with me. Hopefully I can upload them without getting sniped.