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The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 32

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 · 14 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 32
... knew no Hungarians, and our confirmed vocabulary so far included only ferfi, nöi and Amerikai . The more we were exposed to Hungarian the more we realized what a truly secure coding system it would make for those Hungarian-American UFO engineers [DR#28]. Our French and embryonic German did not help us much, since most of the words had different roots. Our arrival was like a dream in which we open a familiar-looking book and try to read, but no matter how we squint the page makes no sense. In prac ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 31

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Published in 
 · 14 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 31
... o qualify as a "crash site" to us, someone just has to point there and say so. One such location is near the corner of Charleston and Jones Boulevards in Las Vegas. This is the alleged site of the UFO-themed Area 51 Nightclub and Dreamland Lounge [DR#26 | #27], which never existed. A flying saucer was supposed to crash on the roof but never did--which is almost as good as a one crashing 45 years ago and not being there now. The only difference, in theory, is that there are no traces of the former, ...

Amazons International #4

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 · 12 Feb 2024
... 6'3'', 210 (or so) lbs, dark hair and eyes, very attractive with a very pleasant personality. If she's married, her husband is one lucky dog! Regarding 'Amazon Explorers Club' -- I joined several years ago, (I was like member #20 or so) life membership was then (may have increased) $110, includes the club newsletter and the 10% discount on everything. Information can be obtained either by writing: Deena Zarra P.O. Box 651 New York City, 10011 or phone: (212) 807-6252 (she h ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 30

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Published in 
 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 30
... o motivations other than money. Both options seem rather boring and one-dimensional to us and leave nothing much to talk about. Even if real, the alien just lies there without bringing us any closer to the truth. In our holographic folklore model [DR#29], where we examine how this story fits with other saucer crash claims, the film does not contribute anything significant to the story we have already accumulated. The autopsy alien has six human-like fingers, not the four long, slender ones usually ...
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