A recent report of a UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) sighting over a mountain in Washington State has again brought attention to the belief that not only is planet Earth a common destination of aliens but that is actually plays host to UFO bases.
As the Mutual UFO Network reported from case file 79601, a witness unintentionally captured a UFO in a photo. The said object was flying over what the observer believes is Skyline Ridge near Glacier, Washington. The witness, who remains unidentified, admitted that the UFO was not actually seen by himself or his uncle, who accompanied him while “exploring an old coal mining road.” The object was not discovered until later when the observer perused a group of photos he’d taken, but it only appeared in a single photo.
“I was taking pictures of what I believe is Skyline Ridge, and I took several photos in a row. Only one contained what I believe to be a spaceship of some sort over the mountain to the right.”
Scott C. Waring, the prolific blogger at UFO Sightings Daily, took up the spaceship theme and expanded on it, noting that the UFO had “appeared out of thin air over one of the mountain tops.” He then speculated, “The UFO does appear to be in two separate sections that probably unite when moving.”
Waring then goes a bit further, touching on a line of reasoning he returns to on occasion in his postings — alien UFO bases.
“This UFO probably came from an under ground base, which has its entrance at the top of this mountain.”
Waring noted that the remoteness of the area was “perfect” for a UFO base because the alien craft would be able to “come and go unseen by human eyes.”
Waring was also one of various UFO hunters who has come to believe that a massive underground alien UFO base exists somewhere in the vastness of the Yellowstone Caldera. In a sighting taken from a Yellowstone Park surveillance camera, the Inquisitr reported in late August that Waring offered up the idea that the UFOs in the footage had originated from below the surface.
But speculation about UFO bases has taken on a more prominent role of late in UFO research and reporting. Besides the Washington State and Yellowstone Park UFO sightings from the Pacific northwest, there was a report (covered by the Inquisitr) out of Argentina regarding a moving circular river island called “The Eye.” This, too, became the target of much guesswork as to what it might be, including UFO enthusiasts excitedly promoting a UFO base entrance position.
One of the more elaborate UFO base allegations circulating among alien conspiracy theorists is one concerning Dulce Base, which is located on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation in New Mexico. According to websites like Subterranean Bases, Dulce Base is a joint alien-CIA facility and not far (75 miles) from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, where classified government programs are conducted. Among the many allegations surrounding Dulce Base is that it contains a bioengineering laboratory, has a holding area for human captives, houses an alien community, has 1,700 miles of roads underground and may be attached to the massive cavern systems of the area, and entertains a plethora of exotic experimentation schemes (many of which are conducted on said humans).
In addition to the underground bases, there are also a growing number of possible underwater alien bases. As covered by the Inquisitr, a “giant pyramid” was discovered off the coast of Mexico that UFO researchers and conspiracy theorists have floated the idea that the 8-mile-wide — seemingly artificial — structure was either a massive UFO or an enormous UFO base. An “alien city” structure found in the Gulf of California that stretches for seven miles may also be an underwater UFO base.
So could the enthusiasts be correct? Could the UFOs being sighted in remote areas be craft that have home bases located here on Earth, the alleged spacecraft only getting sighted by mistake? UFO researchers certainly think so.
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