A Dulce Base Security Officer Speaks Out

Written by Super User on . Posted in UFOs

Q -- Exactly what first made you aware that something was wrong at Dulce?
Seems to me that a place as obviously horrible as this one wouldn't need an
Einstein to know that this is a CRIME site! What took you so long? Are you
the guy who blew the whistle?

A -- There are several things you should know about. I took an oath, under
the penalty of death, that no matter what I saw or heard I would never
divulge the information. Also, I signed a waiver that states I would
willingly give up my life if I was found guilty of 'treason'. At the Dulce
Base treason is "ANYTHING that mentions the details of daily operations at
this facility, when outside the confinement of the this base." When I first
arrived, a "need to know" policy was in effect. The story the 'honchos'
told us was that "this is a Tri-Biotransfer Facility with Advanced
Technology, doing advanced adventurous methodology for medical and mental
gains." Which is a fancy way of saying they do really risky things with
human life just to see what would happen. If a medical cure happens, it
will be heralded on the surface of the earth as a marvelous new cure,
saying it was found after years of research at some well known medical lab.
The real story of the cure is never explained. After all, the Dulce Base IS
A SECRET FACILITY! These people are very good at what they do. They do not
tell the truth about the unfortunate people that end up in "Nightmare
Hall." I worked with aliens. With that in mind, you should get the idea of
the secrecy and the security at that place. Yes, I know this was not the
usual hospital type job site, but in the beginning I 'bought' the whole
package. I was reminded daily by intercom, in the elevators, that "this
site does high risk advanced medical and drug testing to cure insanity,
please, never speak to the inmates, it can destroy years of work." I'm
sensible, when doctors say don't speak to them, who was I to destroy the
delicate situation? But one man some how caught my eye. He repeatedly
stated that he was George S---- and that he had been kidnapped and he was
sure someone was searching for him. I don't know why he sticks in my mind,
I found I was remembering his face, thinking he sure didn't look or sound
insane, but many inmates said that. The next weekend I convinced a friend
of mine, a cop, to run a check on the guy, saying I had a run in with him
and was curious. I didn't mention the base at all. It was a sickening
feeling when the computer confirmed that George S. was missing. What's
worse, the cops thought he was just another guy that got tired of the daily
grind and split. That was the beginning. Am I the one that blew the
whistle? No. The next Monday, I searched for George, but he was gone. There
were no records that explained what happened to him. It was another
security officer that came to me saying he and some lab workers wanted an
off duty meeting at one of the tunnels, [off the record]. Curiosity took
over and I said OK. That night, about nine men showed up. They said they
knew they were risking me turning them in but they wanted to show me some
things they thought I should see. One by one they showed records that
proved many inmates were missing people. There were newspaper clippings,
and even photos that they had some how smuggled into the base. They hoped
to smuggle them back out, without me turning them in to the honchos. I
could see the fear in their faces as they spoke. One man stated he would
rather lose his life by trying, than to lose his soul by not doing anything
at all. It was that remark that turned the tide. I told them about George
and the things I found out about him. After a few hours we pledged to
attempt to expose the Dulce Base.

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