Part 3:  Muroc Field Researchers Allegedly Found Eloah Grey Vast Underground Facility in 1940

Twenty-two miles (35 km) northeast of Lancaster, California, is a flat, dry lake bed that has evolved from the 1930s Army Air Corps's Muroc Field to a re-naming as Edwards Air Force Base in December 1949.
Twenty-two miles (35 km) northeast of Lancaster, California, is a flat, dry lake bed that has evolved from the 1930s Army Air Corps's Muroc Field to a re-naming as Edwards Air Force Base in December 1949.

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September 2, 2014  Albuquerque, New Mexico - One of the most startling descriptions by the USAF Lt. Colonel in Anthony Sanchez's UFO Highway are several pages about a research expedition from Muroc Field, California, to the Dulce, New Mexico, region in 1940 and the discovery of Grey non-humans underground there.

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