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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas) Date: Fri, 7 Mar 1997 08:41:46 -0800 Subject: How to get to the Project Faultless site > I plan to visit Basecamp and the surrounding area in 2 or 3 weeks. > Can anyone tell me if they've been to the Faultless site? > Specifically, to Ground Zero? Is it easy to find? Can you help me? Project Faultless was the site of a very large underground nuclear test, in 1968 as I recall. It was the only test conducted in the Central Nevada Test Facility, which is now public land. You can visit Ground Zero without restriction. There you will find a shallow crater and a concrete plug sticking out of the ground. There is no danget of radiation, since the According to my Area 51 Viewer's Guide, the site is about 90 road miles from Rachel. From Warm Springs (Junction of 375 and US-6, go about 25 miles northeast to milepoint 76.5. A sign here says "Moore's Station." Follow this road 12.5 miles until you reach a stop sign. Keep going straight about 1.4 miles until the road ends at a perpendicular road. You are now very close to the site. Go right for a few hundred yards, then left at the first opportunity. Cars can probably make it to within walking distance of the site, but be very careful about getting stuck in the sand. For info on Basecamp, see http://www.ufomind.com/area51/org/basecamp Watch out for trolls! Moore's Station, an abandonned ranch, is worth visiting while in the area. You would have got there by turning right at the stop sign mentioned above and going about 5 miles. Glenn
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