INVITED BACK FOR 2018!! SPECIAL PROJECTS UNIT FOR THE NAVAJO NATION WHO PROVIDE RECENT INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE PARANORMAL ON THE NAVAJO RESERVATION.
Navajo Rangers Jonathan Dover (Ret. Lt.) and Ranger Sergeant, Stanley Milford Jr. worked together in a Native American law enforcement department for over ten (10) years in the Department of Resource Enforcement. Together they managed a section called the Special Projects Unit. This special unit not only dealt with the typical day to day law enforcement investigations, it also was tasked to manage those investigations and cases on the fringe of reality, those cases deemed “paranormal.” This included cases dealing with such things as Skinwalkers and Witchcraft, Bigfoot sightings, Ghosts and Hauntings, UFO sightings and Aliens. In 2011 Jonathan retired as a Lieutenant with thirty one (31) years in law enforcement.
Jonathan Dover is a veteran law enforcement officer. He has worked with the City of Winslow Arizona Police Department, The National Park Service, Navajo Historic Preservation Department, and the Navajo Nation Rangers. He retired from active duty as a Lieutenant in 2011 after 31 years as a law enforcement officer. Jonathan Dover was trained in Criminal Investigations and was an Archaeological Resource Crimes Investigator. He was also trained as an EMT, in SWAT operations, Hazardous materials, Search and Rescue, and was an instructor in Police Firearms training and High Angle Technical Rescue. During his work on Navajo Nation lands, he along with Stanley Milford Jr. were assigned over a period of 10 years to officially investigate and document significant cases involving Bigfoot, the Paranormal, Navajo Witchcraft, and UFO’s.
Stanley Milford, Jr. has eighteen (18) years as a commissioned Ranger and continues to serve as a Ranger Sergeant overseeing the Special Projects Section. Together in their presentation they will share some of their insights and personal experiences from many extraordinary cases.
INVITED BACK FOR 2018!! INFORMATION ABOUT THE DULCE/ALIEN MILITARY BASE IN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO AND THE BATTLE THAT FREED HUMANS HELD AS SLAVES INSIDE THE UNDERGROUND BASE!
“THE DULCE BATTLE”
Jo-Ann Richards is married to Navy Captain Mark Richards. Her husband, Mark Richards, and his father, Ellis Loyd Richards, were involved with top-level military intelligence operations since World War II, many including on-world and off-world contact and battles with various alien species.
Jo Ann will speak about the Dulce base from a report presented to the Joints Chiefs of Staff in December 2001 after much information had been leaked to the public. Capt. Richards helped to edit the report. The report discusses findings of various researchers, descriptions of the base, the numerous non-human species working/visiting, and the horrific experiments being performed on the human victims held at the base. The report concludes with a rescue mission in the fall of 1979, in which Capt. Richards participated as commander of one of the military units.
Jo Ann Richards is Executive Director of the educational non-profit, Earth Defense Headquarters (www.edhca.org).
MEET THE LOCAL COMMUNITY
A yearly favorite for our attendees, the local community comes forward and shows photos and stories of their own experiences living the Jicarilla Apache Reservation.
These stories are not shared on media venues. Most Apache people are not comfortable sharing outside the local gossip mill due to the commercialization of their stories.
Tour Archuleta Mesa with our knowledgable tribal members who lived in Dulce during the 1996 fire that burned over 16,000 acres. Local tour guides will point out Mt. Archuleta and speak about openings and military presence witnessed by community members.