Subterranean Bases


‘Dulce, New Mexico’



‘RECOLLECTIONS AND IMPRESSIONS OF VISIT TO DULCE, NEW MEXICO   OCTOBER 23, 24, 1988′, is reproduced in its entirety below:   “Upon arrival I was introduced to Dr. John F. Gille, a French National. Dr. Gille has a PhD in Math/Physics from the University of Paris. He had worked very closely with the French Government on the UFO phenomena in that country (Note: There have been many reports over the past several years which allege that the French Government is working closely and secretly with a benevolent hi-tech ‘Scandinavian-like’ human society which has colonized a planet in the ‘relatively’ nearby system of Wolf 424. Photographs of… Read More

1991: More Of The Dulce Material


The following article comes from the ‘TC TECHNICAL CONSULTANT’, Nov.-Dec., 1991 issue:”The death of a journalist in West Virginia, plus the jailing of an alleged CIA computer consultant in Washington State may be elements of a much wider scandal that could have serious implications…”What started out as an investigation of an apparent case of pirated software has grown to be a project involving hundreds of journalists all over the world.“The dead journalist, Joseph Daniel ‘Danny’ Casolaro was found dead August 10th in a motel room in West Virginia. His wrists were slashed seven times on each wrist and a suicide note was found nearby. The only… Read More



Date: Mon, 3 Nov 1997 09:40:14 -0500 (EST)From: John GrangerBeing a new resident of Albuquerque New Mexico I decided to drive up to Dulce New Mexico 2 weeks ago.. I figured I couldn’t live here and not see the center of the underground base for the planet Earth. Well, BIG disappointment. After having Map N’ Go send me across a 19 mile horse path (don’t ever accept a map that uses the term “local road” in place of a street or highway name) I found Dulce was dead…just dead… A Best Western Motel and a local Indian casino had the only lights on in town. Since… Read More

1998: Brad Smith on Paul Bennewitz and Dulce


Brad Smith on Paul Bennewitz and Dulce   From: Brad Smith   Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 19:47:51 -0800   I spoke to Paul twice in extended conversations in 1988-89. I called Thunder Scientific. He was spacey but understandable. He was a pilot. His business took him from Albuquerque to Denver frequently. He told me he had taken some photos out of the plane on several different trips on his way over the Archuleta Mesa. These pictures showed saucer craft on the ground, black cars nearby, and humans. Most of the pictures were stolen from his house by the AFOSI (Doty and others including Moore), but… Read More

2001: The Battle at Dulce


E.D.H.Earth Defense Headquarter’s Technical Brief Winter – 2001 Edited by CAPTAIN MARK RICHARDS Published by – Earth Defense Headquarters Condensed and re-edited by ‘BRANTON’ with the permission of E.D.H. This is a greatly condensed version of the ‘DULCE BATTLE’ Report… The full 166 page version of this — and other E.D.H. Research Reports — are available at: Government scientists (the secret government) purportedly labored alongside an alien force to work out the sundry ways the general population could be brought under an ultimate totalitarian control that would leave humanity as little more than farm animals to be used for breeding. All of which began… Read More

2003: The Dulce Report:


Investigating Alleged Human Rights Abuses at a Joint US Government-Extraterrestrial Base at Dulce, New Mexico         An Independent Report by   © Dr Michael E. Salla September 25, 2003     Abstract   Dr Paul Bennewitz is an electronics specialist who in the late 1979 began to film, photograph, and electronically intercept what appeared to be extensive UFO/ET activity and communications that he traced to the vicinity of the Archuletta Mesa on Jicarilla Apache Reservation land near the town of Dulce. Based on the collected evidence Bennewitz concluded that an underground extraterrestrial (ET) base existed near Dulce that played a role… Read More

2005: Dulce Report By Rob Solàrion


Copyright 2005, All Rights Reserved Archuleta Mesa For many people the name “Dulce” is instantly recognizable. If you google for < dulce+ufo >, you’ll bring up 247,000 possible webpages. Pictured above, to the right of the light poles, is the nefarious Archuleta Mesa, where the reptilian aliens from Outer Space supposedly have an underground base of at least seven levels, the lowermost of which extend out under the sleepy, little Apache Indian village of Dulce itself. All sorts of horrific experiments are reportedly being conducted on these various levels, especially at levels six and seven. For example, they are said to be conducting experiments to determine… Read More