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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]

>>Art Bell hosts "Coast-to-Coast AM," a nightly talk show from Pahrump, 
>>Nevada, a small town near "Area 51" (an airbase which the U.S. government 
>>officially denies the existence of, despite the massive size of the 
>>complex.  UFO's are frequently seen near this site.)  Art's radio program 
>>is relayed from the studio in Pahrump to the network headquarters by 
>>satellite GE-1.  At about 1AM EST, Friday, September 12, 1997, he 
>>designated one phone line for Area 51 employees to call in and "spill the 
>>beans."  Several interesting and convincing callers took the bait.  Then 
>>came one bizarre call from an obviously distraught and terrified man who 
>>claimed to be a former Area 51 employee recently discharged for "medical" 
>>reasons.  He cited malevolent extraterrestrials at Area 51 and an impending 
>>disaster that the government knew would take out "major population 
>>centers."  Midway through this call (according to GE engineers) the 
>>satellite's "Earth sensor lost lock" and the craft rolled into an attitude 
>>where it no longer pointed at the uplinks, causing 50 channels to go 
>>off-air for about 30 minutes.  Shortly after the outage began, the live 
>>internet video feed from Art's studio was lost as well.
>>Unaware of these events, Bell continued talking to the caller for another 
>>minute during the outage until he heard a scream and the phone went dead. 
>> A reporter from Penthouse visiting the studio to gather information for a 
>>story about the program witnessed the event and furiously took notes. 
>> Minutes later, Bell received a call from his network on a conventional 
>>analog "hotline" saying that he was "off the air."  He checked the uplink 
>>transmitter and saw that it had suffered complete loss of communication 
>>with GE-1.  At this point they resumed transmission on a 56k digital phone 
>>line and went back on the air.  Then the analog "hotline" to the network 
>>cut out and Art was unable to speak to network engineers.
>>One of the first callers after the outage was someone who claimed to be 
>>from Area-51 "security."  He said that his job was to "close gaps," the 
>>network had been "pulsed" and that we "would not hear from the caller 
>>again."  (An ElectroMagnetic Pulse is a method of overloading electronic 
>>equipment in a target area; EMP generators were funded under the original 
>>SDI research.  The phenomenon was discovered by accident during the 1960's 
>>when the phone network in Hawaii was disabled by a nuclear test 800 miles 
>>distant.)  Speculation about an EMP continued as this was "verified" by 
>>several callers:
>>A man from Kingston (also near area 51) said he was on hold waiting to go 
>>on the air, and both his home telephone lines went dead.  Another caller, 
>>an RF engineer employed at Hughes AeroSpace in Tucson (and an expert on EMP 
>>shielding), stated that he had suffered "cloud bounce" from the pulse and 
>>his personal computer and digital watch were wiped clean.
>>A third caller reminded the audience that author Nick Begich stated in his 
>>book "Angels don't Play this HAARP" that a military antenna array in Alaska 
>>has the capability to remove individual satellites from service and 
>>generate such pulses.  (Incidentally, the HAARP design bears a great 
>>similarity to the work of Nikola Tesla, who publicly made claims about the 
>>potential of his inventions to generate EMP anywhere on the planet.) 
>> Finally, another caller reminded the audience of an event several months 
>>prior where it was confirmed that a number of employees at the Cheyenne 
>>Mountain nuclear-hardened underground base convinced as many friends and 
>>family as they could to move immediately to a remote location in South 
>>Art closed the show by speculating on whether (in the mind of the 
>>government) the "enemy" of National Security had now become the American 
>>(c)1997, STA intelligence advisor
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