Letters from Earthfiles Viewers: Laser Weapon — to 15,000 mph Jet? — to Souls That Meet Us On the Other Side.

— “That laser burned a hole through the steel, then the steel door, then the van, and started melting the brick building across the street before they could turn it off.”

— C. D., Special Education Teacher, Oregon

“So when it is our time to leave the Earth, the souls that we see as already passed are waiting to greet us.”

— Martin Webb, Earthfiles Viewer


August 17, 2020 Albuquerque, New Mexico –   This Earthfiles report begins with what a courier in 1985 to 1990 — picking up and delivering packages between New Mexico’s Los Alamos National Laboratory division at Kirtland AFB, which is housed at the base of the Manzano mountains that run on the eastern side of Albuquerque. He also made deliveries to machine shops in Albuquerque and Kirtland AFB. Here is his email about what he saw and heard firsthand.

August 5, 2020

“Dear Linda,

I want to start by saying I have been following your work for years and really appreciate your professionalism in journalism. Though you touch on stories of, as you say, high strangeness, it is always clear your intent is to get out the facts and information important to the story. 

I am from Albuquerque and have and will always consider it my home though right now I work as a special education teacher in Oregon. When I was listening to Earthfiles last week, you were asking people to talk about firsthand knowledge of government or military missions that involve extraterrestrial matters.

I have never been in the military, so I don’t have any forms like DD214s, but in my early twenties during the mid to late 1980s, I worked in Albuquerque for a company called Mail and Parcel Express. Or MPX.  We had the contract to deliver what were called ‘Quotes,’ as well as parts and materials from the Los Alamos Laboratory division with Kirtland AFB that is in the base of the Monzano mountains east of Albuquerque, to the many special machine and technology shops in Albuquerque. Most of these shops made the majority of their living doing contract work for the government.

Now as a matter of security we were never allowed to look at the quotes and most of the time, we had no idea what we were bringing to and from the labs. Though after several years I did see some things that gave me pause.


Albuquerque Machine Shop –
 Laser Weapon Melted Steel and Brick in Late 1980s

For example, I was delivering quotes to a machinery shop. I walked in and started talking to a few of the guys while I was headed to the office and they started laughing. One of the guys said something about me being too focused on my job. So I asked him what he was talking about?

He said, ‘Look’ pointing behind me. I turned and saw that a cargo van parked at the curb had an ugly steel plate welded over a big patch in the center of the van door.

I asked, ‘What happened to your door?’

He laughed and said, ‘Look again,’ still pointing at the van door. I walked over and opened the van door and realized the steel plate was covering a hole about the size of a baseball in the side of the cargo van that went all the way through both sides of the van.

I went back inside and asked him what happened to the van? He was still laughing as he said, ‘Van?’

So,  I went back outside and realized that the brick wall across the street was melted, but not all the way through.

I went back in and they told me that after the end of the day, they decided to have a few beers before heading home. They were working on a specialized mounting for this laser I had delivered ‘not knowing what it did exactly.’  So, they decided to see what it could do. One of the guys put a ¼ -inch steel plate about 15 feet from the laser. Then they turned it on for only a second.

That laser burned a hole through the steel, then the steel door, then the van, and started melting the brick building across the street before they could turn it off.


The historically famous Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico that developed the 1945 atomic bomb is about 34 miles northwest of Santa Fe and 97 miles northeast of Albuquerque.
The historically famous Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico that developed the 1945 atomic bomb is about 34 miles northwest of Santa Fe and 97 miles northeast of Albuquerque. It has an LANL division with Kirtland AFB inside the base of the  Manzano mountains that run along the eastern side of Albuquerque. Click to enlarge map.


Los Alamos Laboratory, New Mexico –
 “Antigravity Testing”

When I would make deliveries to one of the buildings for Los Alamos National Laboratory at the base of the Manzano mountains on the eastern side of Albuquerque, I would pass a sign that said Antigravity Testing. The sign was on the main road back to the mountain on a road that cut off to the right as you approached the mountain. It looked like a huge hanger, perhaps big enough for several huge jumbo jets. But the thing I found most interesting was that even though the building was at least ¼ of a mile off the main road, you could hear what sounded like baying basset hounds, lots and lots of hounds. My thought was if they had a building for antigravity testing, they must have actually been testing antigravity technology! And that was the early 1980s. (I really don’t want to know what they were doing with the hounds, but I always had this picture of basset hounds floating helplessly across the hanger.)


Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, 1984
“Emergency Landing” After Traveling 750 Miles in 3 Minutes

The other strange thing I happened to see was when I was making an emergency delivery to one of the Kirtland AFB  warehouse hangers right off the runway. It was in the late spring or summer of 1984. My truck was parked in the hanger dock and I was waiting for the guys to sign the paperwork when the hanger started flashing red and yellow lights and the speaker came on saying to prepare for an emergency landing on one of the runways, and all personnel were to be on alert.

Then the speaker cut and you could hear what seemed like the control tower, but it could have been some officer talking to the pilot. I don’t think we were supposed to be hearing this part. The speaker voice asked the pilot his location and the pilot said he was coming up over Houston, Texas. I looked at my watch when the pilot was saying he was over Houston which was 885 miles away from Albuquerque.

The mystery jet traveled the 750 miles straight as a crow flies distance between Houston, Texas, and Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 3 minutes. Click to enlarge map.
The mystery jet traveled the 750 miles straight as a crow flies distance between Houston, Texas, and Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 3 minutes. Click to enlarge map.

The Kirtland clerk was signing the papers as we always had to mark the date and time on deliveries. I got in my truck and emergency vehicles were moving onto the runways. They were moving across each other, so I didn’t want to drive out and get in the way. I waited in my truck and watched as the jet came in and landed just a little over 3 minutes later.

The emergency vehicles rushed toward it. Houston is about 750 miles straight as the crow flies. That means that pilot flew at about 15,000 miles an hour to be landing in Albuquerque in 3 minutes.

Later, when we heard about the stealth fighter, I thought that must have been what came in that day so fast — until they released pictures of the stealth. I’ll tell you, that ain’t it.

Now this was in 1984, so I’m sure it’s old technology now, but 15,000 mph is still way, way faster than anything we have in the public will go. When I saw it, it was pretty far away, but it looked a lot more like a regular jet with really big wings in the back and shorter wings up front. 


Life After Death: –
“I know it’s real.”

Now I guess the best way to start this is by saying that some people have faith that there is some type of life after death, but I don’t have to have faith. I know.

When I was 6, we moved into a house in Albuquerque. Now the neighborhood is old and as soon as we moved into the place, we found out that the house was named by the neighbors. They called it ‘Casa Loco,’ which means ‘crazy house’ in Spanish.

Now a lot of people from the neighborhood would come to visit, but would refuse to actually go inside the house. No one would really ever tell us why. They would just refuse to go in. Then we decided to fix up the oldest part of the house, which had been totally rundown before we moved in. We rented that part out to a family friend from New York. 

My friend who was renting loved the place and lived there happily for several years. But one summer, he had a few people travel from New York to visit. One of the visitors was there for about a week leaving fast and early because of what happened.

It was after the first day he got there that the New York friend started asking Ed about his cleaning lady.  Ed was fastidious and told him over and over that he did not have a cleaning lady. But the New Yorker insisted that a cleaning lady would wake him up in the morning when she was leaving the house. He said she would look at him from the kitchen doorway — then turn and walk out when he woke up. 

On the 5th or 6th day, Ed woke up in the dark of night to the sound of rocks on his window. Looking outside, he saw his friend standing buck naked on the back patio. When Ed opened the window, the New Yorker asked Ed to hand him his clothes and call him a cab. Now this was when airports were not open in the middle of the night. That didn’t matter. Ed’s friend took a cab to the airport that night and flew back to New York in the morning.

A few days after the New Yorker got back to the city, he called Ed in Albuquerque to apologize and told Ed what had happened. He said that night the cleaning lady woke him up again.  But this time, she was standing right over him with only her torso visible.

That’s when Ed finally acknowledged that earlier visitors that summer had also seen spirits in his old house, but the lady who saw the ghosts didn’t say anything to him at the time because she knew how much Ed liked the house.

So, now my family and I are in the old house and decided that if we had spirits haunting it, we should get a medium to come and visit. We had three psychic people recommended to us and we had visits from all three of them. I have to say that by the time we had all of the visits we were sure that the whole talking to spirits thing was just bunk.

But later that year, things changed. My mother and I were at a Christmas party my Aunt and Uncle held every year and people would come and visit all through the day. Well, the story of Ed’s New York guest came up and one of my Aunt Sue’s friends was very interested. She said she was a medium and wanted to come and see the house. We couldn’t say no, so we said she should feel free to come by anytime. She asked to come that weekend.

Things started much the same as everyone else, but then she began to describe things that she was seeing as she walked through the house. She would stop and say things like, ‘OK, I see money being passed back and forth here. Not some one handing someone else money — but like money in stacks and piles being passed around. Ok, this is where they kept the horses.   Only a few of them belonged here. Most would come and go, but there were lots of horses and lots of broken horse shoes.’

She went through the house and backyard like this and she said that one of the spirits was trying to make itself known to her. Then she asked if we wanted a picture. We said sure and gave her a pencil and piece of typing paper. She began to sketch a picture of a caballero. She drew it as a pencil sketch and it was a neat drawing. We took it from her and said our goodbyes. To tell the truth we didn’t think she was much different than the other psychics, but she had a lot more details.

The next day, Miss Valdes, our next door neighbor came over for the usual coffee chat she had with my mom most Sundays. As she was getting up to leave, she looked over at the counter and said, ‘Oh, my god, where did you get this?’ holding up the caballero picture. We told her it was drawn by the lady who came and did the reading and she said that the lady couldn’t have drawn it last night. It was her cousin Sanovio. 

She went home and brought back an old sepia picture of a caballero in a  sombrero with a rifle and I tell you now that the picture the psychic drew was Sanovio. Not a likeness, not just close. It was like the psychic had been  staring at him as she drew the picture. Sanovio was killed by a horse when the cousin was a little girl. He was buried in the cemetery about 100 yards behind my Albuquerque house. Sanovio had actually run a ranch in Las Vegas, New Mexico, but always wanted to live in our house. So when he died, they buried him in Albuquerque.

We knew the house was really old, but never realized how old. My mom decided to research the history of the house after that and we found that this psychic lady was right about everything. We found out that the house was over 310 years old. Not only is it one of the oldest structures in the United States, it was the last stage coach stop on the Santa Fe Trail on the way into Old Town Albuquerque. It was an illegal gambling casino, and a livery stable. 

My house was made before adobe. It’s made of clay bricks that were cut out of the ground. The walls are 3 feet thick and the ceiling supports are literally skinned trees. Most people who come here get a wonderful warm feeling  as you can feel the history seeping from the walls. But there are some who feel very uncomfortable and we know the house has had a checkered past. But from the moment that the cousin held the two pictures together, I knew without doubt that there was life after death.

 I love your work and look forward to learning more from you. Give my love to your wonderful kitties as well, and thank you for all you have done for our planet.

With sincerest respect,
C. D.


July 24, 2020

“Linda, we know when we will die before we are born. Our life is pre-planned before we are born. We create our own reality in full before we arrive here. It’s a set deal before we even arrive. We cannot change the events. They have already happened. We understand it and perceive it in a line — past, present future. But in reality, it has all happened at once.

The only thing that is important and where our free will comes in is how we choose to deal with the situations that arrive through life. Events are fixed and unchangeable. The only thing that is important is the way that we interact with the situations in our life. Our emotional response to each lesson of hate, anger, love, worry, jealousy, sadness and so on. That is all we have. Our free will allows us to choose how we deal with our life lessons. But the lessons/events are unchangeable, preordained.

So when it is our time to leave the Earth, the souls that we see as already passed, are waiting to greet us. Time does not exist outside our false-made reality. So to them, it is but a moment and as we are all connected, everything is known.”

— Martin Webb, an Earthfiles YouTube Channel viewer


With deep appreciation to all of you fellow humans on this dear struggling planet.
Down with entropy, up with light!

Linda Moulton Howe
Reporter and Editor
Earthfiles.com and Earthfiles UTube Channel broadcasts

More Information:

04-05-2020 – Part 8:  Maze of Deception — The Writers Discuss Enfolded Universe Where All Is “Recorded” and Can Be Accessed

09-10-2017 – A. I. Threat from Weaponized Robots?
06-09-2017 – Part 1 – Secret History of CIA, NSA and DIA Investigations into Extrasensory Perception


Afterlife Research:  https://thesearchforlifeafterdeath.com/evidence-of-the-afterlife/

Military Technology 2020 and Beyond:  https://defense.info/re-shaping-defense-security/2020/01/key-military-technology-trends-2020-and-beyond/

Laser Weapons:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_weapon

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