MYSTERY OF THE MISSING CHILDREN IN NEW MEXICO IN THE EARLY 1990s
An interesting article came out in 1992 on Albuquerque Journal, the largest daily newspaper in New Mexico.
The headline was: “New Mexico High on Missing Child List“.
The subheadline was: “Meeting seeks answers to mysterious problem”.
Apparently there was a meeting held about this in 1992.
I remember reading this intriguing article then.
Unfortunately I had misplaced that news clipping somewhere over the years.
I also remember that a few years ago I tried to obtain a copy of this article from the archives of Albuquerque Journal but somehow I could not locate it, but I will keep trying.
Anyway, subsequently in 1993 (as I recall), I made a two-hour video presentation called SECRETS OF DREAMLAND, a short segment of which had to do with some high strangeness in New Mexico.
The video quality was quite poor.
And over the years, after making many copies, I had lost the original.
The Albuquerque Journal article basically asked a question why New Mexico had more missing children per population than any other comparable state. And it said it was a mystery.
I just hope that it had nothing to do with another mysterious topic of New Mexico, i.e., the rumors about an alleged Dulce underground base (supposedly a bio-genetics lab) in northern New Mexico.
(photo, courtesy of Katharine Egli, Taos News)
As anyone can see, Dulce is only about 65 miles northwest of Los Alamos National Laboratories, one of which has the world’s most advanced research facility on DNA, human genome research projects.
A segment of the population seems to associate the missing children with Dulce, i.e., that they were taken to the underground base for experimentations.
Granted that there is not a single, solid, tangible, physical, irrefutable documentary evidence whatsoever that there is a physical underground base under the Archuleta Mesa or under the Archuleta Mountain west of the Mesa, and granted that it may be a stretch to make this connection, it is, nevertheless, an intriguing speculation, to say the least:
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