Monday, September 17, 2007


Last evening on Coast to Coast AM George Knapp was the emcee. I thought it was very synchronistic that he started off the show talking about the horses that died out on Area 52 (!) because of the contaminated water in the pond they drank out of. Did he read my blog? Of course sychronistic events happen that way all the time and it makes you wonder!

Here is something George Knapp had to say about Area 51. It was reported on KLAS-TV, Las Vegas.

Reporter George Knapp for KLAS-TV in Las Vegas reports that something big is in the works at Nevada's legendary Area 51 military base: a massive new building is under construction at the top secret desert location.

Some aviation experts speculate the building might be home to a new highly classified aircraft project, possibly the successor to the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane.

Photographs of the new building have Area 51 researchers buzzing. "It probably measures 275 feet by 600 feet. It's no larger than hangars at other bases, but it certainly is the largest at Area 51," aviation historian and Area 51 buff Peter Merlin said.

Satellite photos confirm Area 51 already has two dozen hangars, including some that are less than two years old, which invites the question, why the need for this new behemoth? What's going on out there?

I had another thought, whether it means anything or not I don't know and no way to find out either.

When Art Bell was still hosting C2C a girl called in and said her fiance was in his plane and he was going to see what was going on out at Area 51. He was trying to call Art on his cell phone and she asked if he would clear the lines so he could talk to Art. Art did just that. The pilot told him he was over the base and Art told him to turn away or they would come after him. He said we have a right to know what is going on out there. So he kept going. Then he saw a jet take off and come after him wiggling his wings and flying close to him to get him to turn away. He kept telling Art what was happening. As soon as the jet flew close approaches to his little plane something like an eye opening appeared on the ground and a huge, what looked like a cannon, came up and out of it. Then the pilot got scared. He said I think they are going to shoot me down. Those were his last words.

In the last two weeks they have been searching the Nevada territory for Steve Fossett. They have found other wrecks but not his. What if he flew over there, thinking he could and they shot him down. You would never hear a word about it if they did. Just a thought which probably doesn't mean anything. I hope they find out what happened to him eventually. Or then, maybe a UFO took him away like Valentich!

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