The Alleged Secret Underground Alien Base In Dulce, New Mexico
On the surface, Dulce, New Mexico is just a small southwestern town. It doesn't even have a traffic light. But according to rumor, this little town is just a cap on a gargantuan underground facility that is home to unimaginable experiments and technologies. According to theorists, the Dulce subterranean base is a seven-story compound that houses human-animal hybrids, human-alien hybrids, and extremely advanced technologies, and has even been the site of alien wars. You know, the usual.
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The rumor caught fire in the 1970s, when a former New Mexico State Police trooper named Gabe Valdez documented unexplained cattle mutilations in the area. In a radio interview, Valdez said, "The evidence that was left there, you know, predators don't leave gas masks, glow sticks, radar chaff. They don't leave that stuff. They don't have vitamin B-12."
But in another interview, Valdez said he found a fetus inside a dead cow. And it wasn't a calf. "It looked like a human, a monkey and a frog. It didn't have any bones in the head. It was all full of water." Valdez thought the cows were incubating alien babies.
One key player in the Dulce base conspiracy theory is a man named Paul Bennewitz. Bennewitz, who earned a PhD in physics, became convinced that cattle mutilations around the area were the result of extraterrestrial intervention. He then began picking up intercepted electronic signals near Dulce, a town too small to receive such messages. Bennewitz theorized that these signals were coming from underground and going toward a target high in the sky. In 1982, he began spreading the rumors of an underground alien facility in Dulce, New Mexico.
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