Do you believe?
By Brandon Mathis
The Durango Herald
Aliens in league with the federal government, cattle mutilations – you can find a lot of dark episodes in accounts of Archuleta Mesa among tales told within the UFO community.
DULCE, N.M. – Archuleta Mesa rises a few thousand feet over the small rural community of Dulce – hub of the Jicarilla-Apache Indian Reservation. A broad aesthetic plateau, it dominates the northern skyline.
Archuleta rock, as locals call it, appears normal. But it’s not what’s on the surface that creates an infamous chapter in the volumes of UFO stories.
It’s what is said to lie beneath.
Ufologists – those who study UFOs – claim Dulce is the site of a massive underground facility operated by the U.S. government and one or more alien races: a seven-story complex that connects to Nevada’s Area 51 and Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. The deeper you go, the darker it gets.
Some call Dulce a Cold War era government fallout shelter, far removed from alien races. Undeniably, residents of Dulce, a two-hour-plus drive southeast of Durango, seem to acknowledge that something is out of the ordinary.
Strong belief in UFOs
Theodoria Burns, a first responder with the Jicarilla-Apache Medical Service, said many Dulce residents believe in UFOs.
“Sometimes, weird things happen, like lights in the sky, different colors that vanish right away,” she said. “You think it’s an airplane, but it’s not.”
She said she has never seen a base, “but they say it does exist.”
The UFO researchers claim reports of strange lights, unidentified flying objects and cattle mutilations are higher surrounding the mesa. . . .
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