Zone of Silence



There is a patch of desert in Bolson de Mapimi, Mexico that has been the site of very strange radio wave phenomenon.It has been said that no radio, TV, short wave, microwave, or satellite signals can get into the zone. In July 1970, it’s said that a US military base in Utah launched a test missile that went way off course and crashed in the desert. A team was sent out to find the wreckage, and a road was built to transport it back. When the Air Force came to collect the missile’s wreckage, they noted that the area prohibited radio transmissions. They took along several truckloads of desert sand for analysis.

A few years later, an upper stage from one of the Saturn boosters used on the Apollo project broke up and crashed in the very same area. Again, the United States military sent a special team to the area to investigate its mysterious properties. The U.S. military team discovered that no radio signals could travel through the air. Television, radio, short wave, microwave, or satellite signals are unable to penetrate the area. Scientists are still trying to understand the unique properties of the area. High levels of magnetite have been discovered in the Zone of Silence and scientist have also noted that the area is a hot bed for meteorite activity. The area seems to attract metallic particles of extraterrestrial origin. On February 8, 1969, at 1:05 AM in the morning, a huge meteorite hurtled into the area known as Pueblito de Allende. Locals compared the sight of the meteor to “staring into a flashbulb”. The original stone was the size of an automobile and moved at a speed of more than 10 miles per second. The impact produced a massive shock wave that could be heard for many miles. To date, the Allende Meteorite is the largest meteorite ever found on earth.

Strange orbs, lights, and UFOs have been spotted in the zone as well as reports of three blond, humanoid creatures. Several people claim that they request water and nothing else, and when asked where they are from they reply “from above”

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