1882: Except from BLACK RANGE TALES

The following is a story which appeared on pages 222-242 of “BLACK RANGE TALES”, by James A. McKenna. Due to its length I will quote only those parts of the story relevant to the subject-matter of this manuscript… “…In the forepart of the year of 1882, I left Lake Valley where I had been prospecting, and headed for Eureka, a recent discovery in the Hachita Mountains, which lies in the southwestern part of Grand County in the border country of New Mexico. “The Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Railroads were at that time working towards the spot where the town of Deming now stands, expecting to meetRead More

1948: AMAZING STORIES: Texas – New Mexico

The following paragraph can be found on pages 11-12 of Ira A. Cole’s book “THE GOLDEN ANTELOPE”:    “…Then there was the story stone Calf told me of the great caves somewhere on the Staked Plains of southwest Texas or southeastern New Mexico where the buffalo annually come out of the underworld in countless numbers to take up their trek to the north. Stone Calf never visited the great opening in the earth but had talked with Indians who had, and was confident he could go directly to the spot from the directions given him. He was sure the buffalo bred in great numbersRead More

1947: AMAZING STORIES: California Cave

The following letter was published in the March, 1947 issue of AMAZING STORIES magazine and can be found on pages 171-173 of that issue:    “…The writer is presently a writer for the Washington Times Harold, is a former World War II combat infantry officer and a holder of the Distinguished Service Cross.    “I can be checked upon at my paper or better, simply contacted there by your Washington office. I vouch for the following and will be glad to be of assistance for the hell and not the cash of it.    “I’ll tell you a story about a story about aRead More

A Guide to the Inner Earth: G to I

**** G ****   Gaddis, Vincent H.    — AMERICAN INDIAN MYTHS & MYSTERIES., Chilton Books., Radnor, PA 1977; Reprint by Signet Books., NY 1978; Thomas Nelson Sons, Ltd., Don Mills, Ont., Canada: Chapter – TUNNELS OF THE TITANS., pp. 47-57: Ancient tunnels and the Inner Earth.    — NOTES ON SUBTERRANEAN SHAFTS., Article in AMAZING STORIES magazine., Jan. 1949, pp. 148-151: Several reports of strange artificial shafts and tunnels that have been discovered throughout the world, which lead into the unexplored depths of the earth.    — SHAVERIAN SIDELIGHTS., Article in AMAZING STORIES magazine., Jan. 1949, pp. 130-133: Several native American “emergence” myths which state thatRead More

A Guide to the Inner Earth: D to F

**** D ****   Daniken, Eric Von – THE GOLD OF THE GODS, 1972, Bantam Books, NY., 1973: Hundreds of miles of ancient tunnel and cave systems beneath the surface of Ecuador and Peru, discovered by Juan Moricz, an Argentinian ethnologist.   Danske, Holger – Writings of, concerning his visit to the interior of Germany‘s Untersberg Mountain.   Davidson, Cherrie – Letter in THE HOLLOW HASSLE, Vol. 1 – No. 3: Discovery by a man named “Bones” of  ancient subterranean tunnel containing prehistoric remains of giant Lemurians in southwest Nevada. (Also see: Carson, Will)   Davidson, Leon – Letter in FLYING SAUCERS magazine, referring to “underground tunnelsRead More

Mexico’s Underground

Mexico’s Underground Location: The Liyobaa Cave Entrance Mexico Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:  This was sealed off by Catholic Priests who believed it to be an entrance to “Hell.” “The village of ‘Liyobaa’ or to translate, ‘The Cavern of Death,’ was located in the province of Zapoteca, somewhere near the ancient village of ‘Mictlan’ or the village of the ‘Underworld. “The Cavern of Death was actually located in the last chamber of an eight chamber building or temple. This temple had four rooms above the ground and four more important chambers built below the surface of the Earth. This building was located inRead More

Apache Underground!

Below, the reader will find two short excerpts from the book Lost Citites of North America, by David Hatcher Childress. At the very bottom there is a very interesting conclusion or two. Page 308, Excerpt: Stories of tunnels abound in Peru and other areas of South America. Many researchers believe that these tunnels run for hundreds of miles through the mountains, as far south as Chile, as far north as Ecuador or Columbia, as far to the east as the Amazon jungles.As for North America. some historians believe that a similar set of tunnels exists in Arizona and New Mexico, if not Utah, NevadaRead More