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  1. #3271
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    digger indian

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    oasis is where the restaurant is that NP says has a telescope and keeps a constant eye on the Caballos.
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  2. #3272
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    But they can only see the west side, the depositories are on the East side Yes, you are correct.
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  3. #3273
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGSCOTT View Post
    oasis is where the restaurant is that NP says has a telescope and keeps a constant eye on the Caballos.
    I don't think that restaurant is there any longer, I covered that ground earlier in the thread.
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  4. #3274
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    Not to derail the thread. The Air Force has several underground facilities in the continental US. Built originally to survive a nuclear attack. I have been in the most famous one, NORAD. There is more there than you can imagine. An underground city inside of a mountain in Colorado. Would not be surprised with all the military ops in New Mexico if there Are abandoned and even current underground govt operations ongoing in the state.

  5. #3275
    it
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    I agree with you Dirt. But they nerd fairly olid mteriel to build in,
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  6. #3276
    mt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real of Tayopa View Post
    I agree with you Dirt. But they nerd fairly olid mteriel to build in,
    Not necessarily. These tunnel boring machines can eat through anything from sand to the hardest rock. The subsurface steel/concrete structures (some quite deep) are built and stabilized around the machine as they proceed. All they need is a secure surface facility to supply materials and remove the muck from, and it's a secure operation - say, from off-limits government land. Whistleblowers have claimed that there's a whole city under Denver International Airport. I don't know if that's true, but it's possible.

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    "Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.
    Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many."

    Buddha

  7. #3277
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    Those stories about the Denver airport were debunked long ago
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  8. #3278
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleMatt View Post
    Those stories about the Denver airport were debunked long ago
    Of course they were debunked. Cheyenne Mountain was debunked too, decades previously, until it's existence was finally admitted to be true. Those things are peanuts compared to the strongly denied allegations of the Orwellian society that we now know we live in. I could probably give you a laundry list of slam-dunk failed denials, but what's the point? Beginning before you were born, I learned a valuable lesson in critical thinking: don't accept anything the government states as fact. Your results may vary.

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    "Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.
    Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many."

    Buddha

  9. #3279

    Mar 2012
    Nevada,Calif.,Utah,Arizona
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    Not to get off the subject, but why is their a Navy base in the Nevada desert ?

    For more mysterys check out Secrets of the Mojave.

    Following the Old Rio-Grande, may yeild old Spanish campsites.

  10. #3280
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    Quote Originally Posted by motel6.5 View Post
    Not to get off the subject, but why is their a Navy base in the Nevada desert ?

    For more mysterys check out Secrets of the Mojave.

    Following the Old Rio-Grande, may yeild old Spanish campsites.
    Short answer to why navy is in Nevada? Navy fighter pilot training. Open free unlimited air space. Google Fallon naval air station for history.

  11. #3281
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    El Dorado: Gold is where you find it.

    Apr 2015
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryano View Post
    Wasn't Gollum and friends on an expedition this Spring in the Caballos ? His last post IIRC stated he would be offline from TN for several months .. He is way overdue for a return.
    Gollum just showed up on the Lost Dutchman thread. He says he has been in the Supes.....

    JB
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  12. #3282
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    Quote Originally Posted by motel6.5 View Post
    Not to get off the subject, but why is their a Navy base in the Nevada desert ?

    For more mysterys check out Secrets of the Mojave.

    Following the Old Rio-Grande, may yeild old Spanish campsites.
    The Navy shows up in lots of odd places. Back in the day, I remember attending hospital design meetings on the Navajo Reservation, administered by the Indian Health Service, an arm of the US Public Health Service. The IHS gummint folks showed up in naval uniforms. Below is the US Surgeon General's bling (who is commissioned as a Vice Admiral).

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    "Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.
    Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many."

    Buddha

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    The Navy also has a small detachment in White Sands.
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  14. #3284

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    So who is T Starr, and how does he fit in the Doc Noss story?
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  15. #3285
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    digger indian

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    Tom Starr was one of Doc's alias'. Eve Ball says that Victorio also went by Starr,
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