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Area 51 Dreamland Groom Lake Paradise Ranch Watertown Strip the Box all refer to the top secret research installation located a hundred miles north of Las Vegas which for many has come to stand for all that is shadowy and nefarious about the military industrial intelligence complex Built under the direction of the CIA in the 1950. Originally at firs thought it was terrible because it seemed so long but turned out to be a good book that would make you think about the gov

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Area 51 The Dreamland Chronicles

S the base served as the original test site for the U 2 spy plane and F 117 stealth fighter jet In recent years Area 51 has spurred public interest from its role in the government's 30 billion Black Budget from legal claims of worker illness due to toxic burning and from sensational charges about captured alien spacecraft It has. This is a uirky book about a uirky subject Unfortunately it tends to be long on information gleaned from a number of people who mostly tell t

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Also given birth to a feisty guerrilla subculture bent on exploding the secrecy surrounding this mysterious spot David Darlington unfolds the history legs and characters involved with Area 51 weaving a weird tale of intrigue and outrage that speaks volumes about popular culture and American democracy at the of the twentieth centu. This is everything you ever wanted to know about the secret base that does or does not exist but were afraid to find out A fun read


10 thoughts on “Area 51 The Dreamland Chronicles

  1. says:

    Originally at firs thought it was terrible because it seemed so long but turned out to be a good book that would make you think about the government and how it can keep such large secrets costing million on top of millions of dollars for so long and also how much do we really know about what our government doesThe author n

  2. says:

    There are detailed and daffy books on Area 51 in Nevada; but Darllington's approach is on the very slightly gonzo journalism side without losing sight of the good history to be learned here On one hand the author immerses himself in the 1990s era alien UFO conspiracy miasma attending Roswell themed conventions and the rising star o

  3. says:

    This isn't a book for conspiracy theorists or someone who wants to know whether there really are aliens or alien spacecraft at Area 51 Rather it's a book that factually presents the history of Area 51 it was used to test new stealth aircraft designs and then presents a complete record of the various UFO groupies that hang out at Area 51 as well as their theories and claims Darlington's book reads as a sociolog

  4. says:

    Interesting causes one to think about government differently

  5. says:

    This is a uirky book about a uirky subject Unfortunately it tends to be long on information gleaned from a number of people who mostly tell tall tales and short on researched facts The latter of course tend to be i

  6. says:

    Strange and scary and fucked up and funny Billions of tax dollars going into Black Budget programs that only a few people are allowed to know about What the fuck UFO enthusiasts and their interpersonal relations hilariously juvenile and off the wall weird makes you think about what you don't know the ultimate big picture and there's always another bigger picture beyond that frame

  7. says:

    This is everything you ever wanted to know about the secret base that does or does not exist but were afraid to find out

  8. says:

    way too many interviews with nutbags and weirdos Not enough fact Author is a sensible guy but he lets the nutbags go on too long before stepping in

  9. says:

    My Daddy read it to me when I was younger as we planned our trip to Area 51 LMAO all I remember was it was heavily detailed and uh it was really interesting

  10. says:

    something weird's going on out in the desert people

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