Are there UFOs in hidden hangars at Papoose Dry Lake?
Why is a dry lake bed in Nevada the source of continuous controversy in the UFO community?
Robert Lazar, a self-proclaimed Area 51 employee, went public with tales of flying saucers and “greys” hidden in plain sight of the fabled military installation. These stories of reverse engineered UFOs and alien interaction created quite a buzz, but is there enough evidence to back the tales up?
An Area 51 Employee Goes Public
In 1989, Robert Lazar, a shadowy figure claiming to work at Area 51, spoke with Las Vegas-area television station KLAS-TV.
In a series of interviews, Lazar told stories of a project to reverse engineer alien technology. The project centered on nine different UFOs collected by the U.S. Government over decades and hidden in hangers amidst in a location named S-4. Lazar’s information about S-4 corroborated with Papoose Lake, a now-dry lake bed just miles southwest of Area 51.
As the interviews continued, Lazar went into detail about the intentional construction of the hangars at a devious angle and military attempts to camouflage the buildings. Continue story via IO9