New book says the government, not aliens, were behind Dulce cattle mutilations and UFO sightings
By Leigh Black Irvin
FARMINGTON–For decades, strange lights in the night sky and mysterious cattle mutilations have led to rumors of a secret underground alien base near the small northern New Mexico town of Dulce, New Mexico, which is tribal headquarters of the Jicarilla Apache Nation.
A new book entitled "Dulce Base, The Truth and Evidence from the Case Files of Gabe Valdez," purports to solve the mystery, and claims that humans, not aliens, are behind the strange happenings. The author is Greg Valdez, son of former New Mexico State Police officer Gabe Valdez.
"In 1976, ranchers found lots of mutilated cows, and my father became one of the lead investigators into the mutilations," says Greg Valdez.
Greg says his father began a decades-long investigation into a large number of the mutilations that occurred in northern New Mexico, and prior to his death in 2011, Gabe determined that the mutilations and strange aircraft were, in fact, human-caused. . . .
. . . Greg said his father found out that the cattle mutilations were being conducted by the U.S. government in order to determine the effect of radiation resulting from Gasbuggy.
"They were testing the cattle to avoid panicking the public," he said. "They were also testing advanced aircraft from a nearby off-site air base. The aircraft was invisible and silent, and used optic camouflage. The technology has since been declassified." . . .
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