Author Richard Sauder returned to discuss the latest evidence of underground bases and tunnels. During the first two segments he was joined by the Director of Astrosciences Research Network, Bill Hamilton, who became interested in underground bases as part of his research into UFOs.
Given maps by John Lear, Hamilton said he checked out Dulce, NM to see if he could find any evidence for an underground base that was allegedly jointly operated by aliens and the US military. A security guard named "Thomas" said he escaped from Dulce's cylindrical base that extended down seven levels, but was not able to provide any proof, reported Hamilton, who added that the area is also known for anomalies such as orbs, UFOs, and animal mutilations. View Hamilton's images.
Sauder shared materials depicting Nazi MagLev Plans for an underground tubeway that was to be built in WW II, connecting major cities in Europe. He noted that Project Paperclip (see memo) brought many German scientists to the US after the war, and a similar type of underground transport system is rumored to now exist in the US. Hamilton said he'd spoken to a National Guard Col. who claimed to have been on one of these MagLev trains, and that the vehicles might be able to reach speeds as fast as 5,000 mph.
Sauder believes it's almost certain that undersea facilities also exist, which could be used for mining or to house self-sustaining societies. It's even possible that descendants from ancient Atlantis might clandestinely be living in an underwater environment, he conjectured.
First hour guest, intelligence analyst Bill Tierney discussed tapes of Saddam Hussein that he provided to ABC News. Tierney, who worked on the translations of the audio, said that the material confirms that Iraq did have weapons of mass destruction and that they were hidden from inspectors. For more, view ABC's report and video.
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