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From: "A.J. Craddock"
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 09:33:46 -0800 Subject: Re: new area 51/ San Luis Valley At 04:27 AM 1/21/97 GMT, you wrote: >I posted this a while back.. > >On the show Sightings several years ago they did a story about >an area in Colorado Called UFO valley. ***************** This is the San Luis Valley. There is an excellent recent book on sightings in this area called "Mysterious Valley" by Chris O'Brien, who lives there (http://rainbow.rmi.net/~tmv/index.html. There are a ton of sightings of anomalous lights and objects in the area (my wife and I have even seen them during a visit). The head of the valley is not far from NORAD headquarters in Cheyenne Mountain. There was also the 1994 incident when a large number of witnesses thought they saw a craft crash, NORAD called the local sheriff to take a look from his chopper, then sent him to the wrong location, and then claimed it all must have been a mistake (the Greenie Mountain Incident). Tony Craddock *********** The show said that the town >where they were filming had seen several several UFO type objects, and >low flying Air force Fighters buzzing the town "almost". They said that >there were AF bases in the area. In some research they came across a >request that the Air force had made to congress for funds to build a >facility Call the western research center or WRC for short. That was in >the mid 1980's. But the request was denyed. The thing is that >Air space from the eastern corner of colorado to the White Sands Missle >Range in New Mexico was requested reclassified by request of the USAF >above a certain altitude of which I don't remember. > >has anyone heard of this? C.S> > >
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