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Just Got Back From Hiking/Camping In Dulce, New Mexico With A Friend - He Is Not Scared Shitless From What We Saw - So Am I A Bit

 
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Just Got Back From Hiking/Camping In Dulce, New Mexico With A Friend - He Is Not Scared Shitless From What We Saw - So Am I A Bit
Just for fun because we are both into the conspiracy stuff my friend and I took Friday off of work to go hiking and camping in Dulce, New Mexico. We had both heard all the tales of an underground joint US Govt/Alien Base in the area but neither one of us took it seriously. There are a few trails in the area, so armed with standard hiking and camping gear in addition to a cheap video camera and 1 pair of 3rd gen night vision goggles we set out for a little extended weekend camping adventure.

We started hiking on some area trails Friday around noon for about 5 hours. We didn't see anything out of the ordinary other than the cool natural scenery. We went off the trails a few miles and decided to set up camp before the sun went down at a nice scenic location.

We cooked some hotdogs and beans on a fire we made and after the sun went down we just sat by the fire discussing our day of hiking. We didn't see anything but were excited to finally look around Dulce ourselves. About 10 pm we were settling in relaxing around our camp fire when I pulled up a couple of class Art Bell mp3s of old shows to keep the night interesting. Maybe that wasn't such a good idea because listening to Art really brought back some memories of the good old days. It really got us in the mood to take one last short hike around the area, but this time we wanted to try out our newly acquired night vision goggles.

I kept Art playing on my phone as we ventured out making sure that we had pinned our camp site on the GPS app before we left. We just picked a random direction and started walking away from camp for about 50 minutes in that direction. We were both getting tired so my friend Rick started bugging me to turn around so I agreed. Not sure why he said this because he was the one that seemed to just want to go right back to get some sleep, but he suggested that we circle back and walk another 5-10 minutes parallel to camp before going back, which would have been walking pretty much north before walking back towards the east to our camp. I agreed, hey why not cover some new ground I thought instead of walking back the same way we came.

We turned north, both taking turns with the night vision goggles. No more than a few minutes after we made that turn I saw something in the night vision goggles. Even with the goggles I couldn't really make out what it was. I just saw 3 points of light in a triangle formation which looked like it was on the ground. I thought maybe it was a car or truck. I got Rick to look through the goggles. It was hard to tell how far away it was, but it gave us both an adrenaline rush so we decided to go check it out.

We thought it couldn't have been more than a couple of miles away. We made sure we had no flashlights on or anything that could give us away. At this point I turned Art off. It was a bit creepy as Art was doing his Devil's impression right when we turned it off.

We were both grabbing for the damn pair of goggles from each other every 30 seconds. When we got close enough to see what was going on we couldn't believe our eyes. It wasn't a truck but some sort of oval shaped vehicle just hovering over the ground. I'll be honest I almost peed my pants. Rick turned white has a ghost. We were about 200 yards away in a patch of trees at this point. Thank God we had some cover. You couldn't see ANYTHING without the goggles. It was pitch black. We got as close as we could, probably another 50 yards closer, about 150 yards away at this point. There was a cliff drop off past the trees and on the other side of the ravine, there hovered the craft. At this point I could tell the craft was triangular, not oval as I first thought. We could see figures walking off the craft unloading something into what looked like a ramp that lead into what I'm guessing is a tunnel. That's all we could see. It looked like guys in black military uniforms, maybe some sort of paramilitary. Who knows. But what freaked us out were the 4 foot dudes with the huge heads. Classic looking greys right there in front of us. Unreal. This is when I found out Rick is a big puss. He literally started shaking and if it wasn't so dark I'd swear he turned white as a ghost.

I was freaked also, but not to the point where I couldn't think straight. I pinned the location on my GPS. I also put my phone in airplane mode so it wouldn't give off radio signals that might get detected. We were there for about 10 minutes just observing these humans unloading something from this hovering craft. The humans were taking these big boxes off the craft while the little guys seemed to be directing them. Then the ramp pulled up and the craft literally went almost straight up into the sky. It accelerated at an amazing speed out of sight at about a 75 degree angle towards the southwest. It was the coolest thing I have ever seen.

We walked back to our camp, which was kind of hard to do without using flashlights and only having one set of goggles. We were both paranoid after what he had just seen but also excited. Since we were just a couple of miles away from what we had just seen we decided to not turn any lights on whatsoever or use any electronics on anything that could give us away. We just laid in the tent, half excited and half paranoid that we would be discovered. It was surreal.

The next morning we hiked back the same location. In the daylight we could not see anything out of the ordinary on the other side of the ravine. Even though we got much closer this time. To the edge of the cliff. The ravine was maybe 100 feet deep and we had to walk about 20 minutes along the cliff before it leveled out enough that we could cross it. We walked directly to where we thought we had seen all the action the night before. We searched the area looking for clues of activity. It didn't take long before what I found to be a metal rod. Almost like a railroad spike, but longer and looking very new, polished and no signs of wear. We also found footprints and what looked like a groove in the ground. If you weren't looking for it you would never notice it. A bought a 1/4 inch deep indent that you could barely make out that ran for about 75 feet. We found a parallel grove on the other side. The ground was pretty much solid rock. even though we tried as we could to dig a little it was of no use.

I took the railroad spike looking metal rod with me and we left and went back to our campsite. We both agreed that our trip was over. We had had enough action, so we packed it in a day early and we were home by Saturday evening. Not sure what to make of it all. The one cool thing is I have the GPS coordinates of where this all took place. Not sure I want to make that public on a public website though.
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Re: Just Got Back From Hiking/Camping In Dulce, New Mexico With A Friend - He Is Not Scared Shitless From What We Saw - So Am I A Bit
suppose it was highly radioactive?
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Cool story, i would love to go there and check it out, you should go to the library or somewhere where you would not give your identity away and post coordinates of location so people could go see for themselves, i for one would love to go there. Did you happen to take any video of the incident or of location, if so you should make a fake youtube account and post link here.
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I believe you guys.
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Interesting!.... so would you say you feel as if the gvmt is in fact dealing with these "beings"? I'd be terrified! Crazy how they don't have the area closed off though..
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Cool story, i would love to go there and check it out, you should go to the library or somewhere where you would not give your identity away and post coordinates of location so people could go see for themselves, i for one would love to go there. Did you happen to take any video of the incident or of location, if so you should make a fake youtube account and post link here.
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i tried but you can't see anything at all on the video except pitch black and hear us freaking out whispering while trying to keep quiet. probably a lot of whisper cussing. lol

good idea btw.
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I drove back up into the hills above Dulce, N.M. -- the capital of the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation. Drove up back up on some fire trails or forest service-type dirt roads. First, you come to a river...more of a large stream. Then you start to ascend up into the heavily forested and very scenic hills. After a bit of driving, you get to point where you can see out (north, I believe) over a lowland area of forest toward a large mountain range FAR to the north (possibly the San Juans). I didn't see anything "Art Bell"-worthy, but it wasn't for lack of looking. After a couple hours, I drove back down. Can't emphasize enough how beautiful the scenery was.
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I drove back up into the hills above Dulce, N.M. -- the capital of the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation. Drove up back up on some fire trails or forest service-type dirt roads. First, you come to a river...more of a large stream. Then you start to ascend up into the heavily forested and very scenic hills. After a bit of driving, you get to point where you can see out (north, I believe) over a lowland area of forest toward a large mountain range FAR to the north (possibly the San Juans). I didn't see anything "Art Bell"-worthy, but it wasn't for lack of looking. After a couple hours, I drove back down. Can't emphasize enough how beautiful the scenery was.
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This was back in...1999, I think.
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Cool story, bro. Franks and beanz, Derp Derp. 5a
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Sounds like fun ~~ would make the beginnings of a great novel.
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I love the punchline in last sentence. cool story bro
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Did you find Thor's hammer?
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Incredible -- time to give up what those coordinates are -- please email me at: cubd1@yahoo.com if you don't want to do it publicly.

I've investigated underground bases my whole life and lived near one.

If this story is b.s., props for putting in the effort to a good story.
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tomorrow from the library.
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rail road spike is probably an alien turd...
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Incredible -- time to give up what those coordinates are -- please email me at: cubd1@yahoo.com if you don't want to do it publicly.

I've investigated underground bases my whole life and lived near one.

If this story is b.s., props for putting in the effort to a good story.
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tomorrow from the library.
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guess you decided you don't want the coordinates I see
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tomorrow from the library.
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guess you decided you don't want the coordinates I see
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I don't give a flying fuck if you believe me or not Davey boy. hoist another
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The whole Dulce "Alien" crap is a white male myth. Here is a video I made of a mom and son who are Apache and live in Dulce N.M..

[link to www.youtube.com]

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You saw something with night vision goggles miles away?
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You saw something with night vision goggles miles away?
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You saw something with night vision goggles miles away?
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yes
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I thought you could only see at most 1000 yards with gen 3?
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There are many different variables that can affect the distance you can see with a Night Vision device. First, what are you trying to see? Are you looking for another boat on the water or are you looking for a rabbit in the woods? The larger the object the easier it is to see. Plus, are you trying to see details (what we call recognition range) or are you just trying to see if something is there? Maybe you will just see the movement, but won’t be able to determine 100% who or what it is. This is called “detection range”. A second variable is lighting conditions. The more ambient light you have (starlight, moonlight, and infrared light) the better and further you will be able to see. You can always see further on a night where the moon and stars are out, then if it is cloudy and overcast. We typically state that you can tell the difference between a male and a female or a dog and a deer at about 75 to 100 yards. However, if you were looking across an open field and there was a half moon out you could see a barn or a house 500 yards away.
Remember, that the purpose of an NVD is to see in the dark not necessarily at a long distance like a binocular.
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You saw something with night vision goggles miles away?
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yes
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I've seen pretty clear images on well lit nights at 500 yards with 1st Generation Russian Binos. 2 miles is a stretch for 3rd Generation. At least in that kind of detail.

When you discovered the area in daylight, would you still say it was about 2 miles?
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Also, how could you possibly tell the uniforms were black with night vision?
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Maybe night vision binoculars? Not sure what the vision quality would be like though.
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You saw something with night vision goggles miles away?
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yes
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I've seen pretty clear images on well lit nights at 500 yards with 1st Generation Russian Binos. 2 miles is a stretch for 3rd Generation. At least in that kind of detail.

When you discovered the area in daylight, would you still say it was about 2 miles?
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Probably about a mile and a half and a half away I saw some points of light, thought they were headlights.

Goin to bed. Have a good one all.
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Maybe night vision binoculars? Not sure what the vision quality would be like though.
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Normally Night Vision Bino's have an Infrared illuminator that when pressed will greatly enhance your NV capability. However, when using this function, a human will glow. You wouldn't be able to discern the color or type of uniform someone is wearing.
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cool story and im sad some people brush it off so quick

but from what ive heard about most secret bases they detect you and monitor you long before you find them. i know at the most basic of military camps they have censors and i find it odd this one wouldnt. but maybe you got lucky. either way i enjoyed the tale
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... But what freaked us out were the 4 foot dudes with the huge heads.
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I would have thought those dudes would have the tech for monitoring and securing the surroundings ...

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