Filling in for George, Dave Schrader (email) welcomed bestselling author Whitley Strieber, who reviewed some of his past alien encounters, and talked about the idea of underground bases on Earth, which he's explored in his latest novel, Alien Hunter: Underworld. Once we go below the crust of the planet past five or six miles, there's thousand of miles more, and we don't know or understand exactly what could be down there, he pointed out. There've long been rumors about a secret underground base at Dulce, NM (purportedly depicted in this video), and that area has had a large number of cattle mutilations and strange lights seen on the mesas, Strieber noted, adding that the local Jicarilla tribe has a legend they were created inside the mesa.
There are a number of hidden tunnels around Washington DC, including some very old ones spotted on sonar that no one even knows what their purpose was, he revealed. The USSR also developed a large system of underground tunnels that surpassed anything in the US. When Whitley and his wife Anne lived in their cabin in upstate New York, they heard underground drilling one afternoon, and just at that moment blood started gushing out of the forehead of a neighbor who was visiting them, he recalled. In one of the accounts featured in The Communion Letters, a man described visiting as a teen along with some friends, a gully that had disorienting shimmering mirage effects. Passing through it, they traveled into a tunnel that went inside a hill, where eventually they encountered a UFO-type craft and its occupants.
Strieber shared his vision which inspired his new book-- that two separate worlds could somehow be linked together underground. He saw a kind of wormhole or point of contact hidden inside the Earth-- where in one location you could literally walk from one planet to another-- an open door that is beneath our feet. He also talked about USO (unidentified submerged object) sightings off the coast of Santa Monica-- friends of his saw orange orbs coming out of Santa Monica Bay. There's also a large unexplained structured oval object off the Malibu coast, he added.
Law Enforcement Changes
Guest in the latter half of the first hour, analyst Craig Hulet commented on the changing attitudes of law enforcement, in relation to the recent riot/protest in Ferguson, MO after police shot to death an unarmed black teenager. In recent years, there's been a rise in police brutality, and the use of SWAT teams, he commented. Hulet believes the quality of new police personnel has declined. Further, there's a new Dept. of Defense directive authorizing the Pentagon to takeover local law enforcement in order to defend federal property in the case of civil unrest, he reported.