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Believers Are Not Alone Outer space: A Nevada military base lures the faithful seeking close encounters of any kind with the UFOs they believe frequent the area.
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Sands, Shannon
Date: Mar 20, 1991
Start Page: 1
Section: View; PART-E; View Desk
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Gary Schultz, founder of Los Angeles-area Secret Saucer Base Expeditions-a loosely knit group of people who document saucer sightings-says he is convinced the government is operating "Project Redlight." According to Schultz, this is a secret facility at the perimeter of Papoose Lake, just south of the dry Groom Lake bed where he says testing is done to duplicate the technology of UFOs.

Schultz, a chemical physicist with his own business in Los Angeles, first became a believer in UFOs about a year ago after he and his wife reportedly saw six flying saucers here.

[Sean David Morton], director of an upcoming TV documentary on UFOs, and [Jeff Slack], a "Hooked on Phonics" salesman, drove about 6 miles from the mailbox landmark into the desert and trudged through scrub brush and cow dung to find the best vantage point.

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