"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"-Neil Armstrong
Posted 16 October 2012 - 03:35 AM
White Unicorn, on 15 October 2012 - 12:22 AM, said:
I lived it with three other people and thought it was my last day on earth. We nearly crashed in a single engine plane but the pilot was able to fly out of the horrible turbulence into a calmer but restricted zone. I thought we were were going to get shot down then and there. They had us tracked so they knew we only headed that direction because we were in trouble and the pilot had been sending out distress calls. The copters followed us as they were receiving instructions of how to handle situation. We didn't know if we'd be taken in custody or be shot down. On the radio they warned the pilot never to come back to the area with tourists and that we were all very lucky as they escorted us out of the military zone. I still appreciate the fact that they let us go. They knew who the pilot was and I suspect that might have had something to do with the decision as well as a little girl who was an innocent passenger.
And i thought are Military were the Good guys i mean you guys werent even one of the UFO Enthusists either.....
People are suprised by this? I worked on a Military base and if you just walked on without clearance (especially if your carrying a camera), your going to be in big trouble. You can't just let people come on and walk around or they might gain knowledge which could lead to someone else getting killed down the line if it gets out. Loose lips sink ships and all that.
WHY!?! Why the hell did they think it was a good idea to knock on the door of a security hut of a secret and secure military facility?
They could have got closer to the base.
I'm sure the base is reviewing its security after that.
-This opens up possibilities of "infiltration of such bases (if not for the motion sensors, patrols, and potential sentry guns).
Were they actually a BBC Film Crew?? Ordinarily the BBC selects 3rd Party Film and Documentary Makers (if their ideas are good enough to be Broadcast) for these kinds of adventures. My money is on them being a 3rd party Production Unit who happened to be filming a Documentary for later sale to the BBC.
I have also found no mention of this incident within the BBC Archives - curious, is this whole story just "bogus"??
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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:31 PM
TheMacGuffin, on 11 October 2012 - 04:23 PM, said:
Rumor has it that the ET-related activities have long since been removed to other bases like Papoose Lake or Dugway in Utah, and in fact the real UFO investigation was farmed out to various places over the decades. It's just that Groom Lake keeps getting most of the attention--probably way too much attention when it comes to UFOs, although I'm the first to say that going back to the days of Kelly Johnson our spy planes were quite literally modeled on UFOs.
That seems like it would be the smartest things to do in my opinon is move the stuff to a different area, I mean it seems like everyone wants to get into Area 51 lately
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I believe security for Area 51 is done by contacted G4S which also do nuclear security throughout the country but guess what, there are constant reports of guards getting fired at nuclear sites for group sleeping in their rooms so I would not be surprised if these were also g4s guards.