Saturday, May 12, 2012

Amazing footage of 1967 underground nuclear explosion, 22 miles southwest of Dulce, New Mexico

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

Here is an amazing footage of the 1967 underground nuclear explosion that took place 22 miles southwest of Dulce, New Mexico (this footage was found in the National Archives in Washington, D.C. and is about 40 minutes long, with absolutely no sound):

On May 12, I brought a group from Albuquerque and Rio Rancho to visit the Ground Zero of this historical site. It was my third visit to this site. The first time was in 2007 when a Jicarilla Apache resident of Dulce guided me here. The next visit was on May 2, 2012 when I came here with a friend from Rio Rancho.
On this last visit on May 12, I also invited Hoyt Velarde, resident of Dulce and long-time Director of Public Safety who had never been to this site before.

To get to this historical site is quite difficult for most folks, due to the fact that the 7 mile dirt road that leads to this site is not clearly posted as County Rd. 357 but, instead, is only posted as J-10 Rd., a Jicarilla Apache Rd.
It is accessible through this south entrance of J-10 Rd. on Hwy 64, about 10 miles west of the juncture of Hwy 537 and Hwy 64, near mile marker 115.


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