Many years ago, I heard about Mr. Costello while reading the wild and crazy Dulce papers. The Dulce papers are amazing stuff based around the premise that the aliens have underground bases in various locations around the world, including one of the most famous ones called the Dulce in far northern New Mexico.
Thomas Costello is most likely a factitious name of a security guard who saw some interesting things as he guarded the underground facility in the Dulce area. He claims Dulce is an underground hub of alien being activity in the western US.
I would probably agree with that statement because of my conversations with construction workers who worked on building tunnels going in various directions out from Sandia Labs, Kirkland AFB and from Los Alamos National Lab. These workers have also seen glimpses of strange beings moving about in these tunnel systems.
Thomas has said that Dulce was started in the late 30’s by Army Engineers; I have personally heard that the starting dates were more like the late 40’s because of our atomic bomb activity, and the alien interest in our genie in the bottle release. and the destruction of thousands of human souls. I also believe we had to agree on underground accommodations for the aliens “or else.”
Costello also talks about tunnels from New Mexico connecting to Mt. Shasta where it is rumored that the mountain is the home or was the home of an Elder/Reptilian race. This statement also seems to hold water, for I have had personal communication through meditation on Mt. Shasta several years ago, with some alien group.
Thomas also talks heavily about Reptilian activity in and around Salt Lake City and possible Mormon connection. Although I agree there is some pretty strange stuff going on in Utah, I worked with Mormons in the Salt Lake area for several years and never felt they (Mormons) had direct involvement with any alien groups.
If Thomas Costello is real or not, he sure told an interesting story of what might be. And I can confirm not all his conversations are sheer folly.
Sleep tight, one path of conspiracy is truth.
At our special August meeting of the NM UFO/ Paranormal Forum, we had Greg Valdez speak about his book on the strange happenings and infamous base in northern New Mexico. Much of Greg’s case files and evidence were obtained from the many years of research and the intense police work done by his late father, Gabe Valdez. I knew Gabe for a few years before he passed away, and he seemed like an honest and hard-working investigator. For quite a few years, Gabe and his family lived in Dulce, where he was a local state police officer and his territory included the Jicarilla Apache reservation. His first adventure into the strange started with the cattle mutilations in the local area in the 60’s. Gabe did very intensive research into the why’s and the what’s of these strange phenomena. Greg, one of Gabe’s sons, was a young kid who loved to go with his dad on these fun investigative adventures in the patrol car, so he witnessed the strange happenings at a young age.
Over the years, Greg has been in the middle of the investigation, which also included a possible secret underground base just northwest of Dulce. The following is list of conclusions I felt Greg relayed to our group at the meeting:
• The cattle mutilations were for the tracking of the nuclear testing that had gone on over the years in the western US. This was a government project and the Dulce Base could have housed the labs to conduct this testing.
• The base seems to be inactive presently.
• In the past, the base was probably a facility similar to Area 51, which could have housed experimental stealth aircraft and was a launching pad for these craft.
• The location of the base is on Mt Archuleta and not Archuleta Mesa.
• Paul Bennewitz (Albuquerque hi-tech contractor), who was also in the middle of all this, had the facts about the base and surrounding strange happenings correct, except for the alien being involvement. Greg stated several times during his talk that he and his dad never found any evidence of alien involvement in either the cattle mutilation or the Dulce base.
Item number five was the subject of an interesting exchange during the question and answer section of Greg’s talk. One of the attendees was upset with Greg’s consistent statements about the absence of alien involvement in the Dulce base. And I say this is what Greg and his father have concluded for many years, and I respect their courage to tell their truth. Yes, even I would love to see a few aliens pop their heads out of the air vents on Mt. Archuleta, but we can’t blame everything on the aliens.
Thank you, Greg, for telling your father’s story–it’s a son’s greatest gift.
Sleep tight, real truth is hard to find, but we should never stop trying. Miz.