Points of origin of the Dulce base underground myth - - how it all started here in Albuquerque

On May 13, 2017, I will be conducting a special, free guided tour that explores the origins of the Dulce underground base myth - - how it started right here in Albuquerque.
It will include the actual location from where Paul Bennewitz claimed he witnessed "lights" hovering over the Manzano underground nuclear storage facility from around 1979 to 1981.
It will also include the area adjacent to three tiers of razor-sharp barbed wire electric fences surrounding this former Manzano underground nuclear storage facility located at the eastern-most section of Kirtland Air Force Base.
The tour will also discuss how and why Bennewitz started to shift his focus from there to some unusual events he came to believe were taking place 120 miles north, in a tiny sleepy community of Dulce, New Mexico.
The tour will start across from the parking lot of Thunder Scientific Laboratory, right next to the main entrance of Kirtland Air Force Base on Wyoming Blvd.
No need to sign up for this free, public event.
All you have to do is just show up at 10 a.m. at the designated location.
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