THE ENIGMATIC PERSONALITIES
BEHIND THE INITIAL DULCE UNDERGROUND BASE RUMORS
By Norio Hayakawa
(Copyright 2017, Norio Hayakawa – All Rights Reserved)
<Edited by Robert D. Morningstar>
Everybody knows that without the late Paul Bennewitz, there would never have been the Dulce Base story.
However, there are several others who played a major role in promoting the Dulce Base rumors. Among them is JASON BISHOP (a.k.a., TAL, Tal Levesque).
This photo of him was taken in 1990 in Los Angeles when he was filmed by Nippon Television program dealing with Area 51 in Nevada and Dulce, New Mexico.
The interview took place at my residence in Gardena, California (where I was living at that time). The two-hour program was shown only in Japan on March 24, 1990.
He requested that his face be blacked out for the program.
In the early 1990s, Jason Bishop III visited with me many times at my residence, even after I moved to Torrance, California.
Apparently, at that time, he was living in Redondo Beach, California. It is not an exaggeration to say that more than 90% of the original information that one reads on Dulce originated from Jason Bishop III.
Jason Bishop III claimed he worked with a Thomas E. Castello when he was living in Santa Fe, New Mexico (1978, 1979) working in security for a private company.
It was there that Bishop claimed to have befriended the alleged Castello.
Top of the Archuleta Peak by Dulce, New Mexico
There is nothing there except some FM radio tower, other communication tower and a few shacks – – from Google Earth. Also, it is important to bear in mind that the Archuleta Peak is simply a small portion of the entire Archuleta Mesa, which also includes Mount Archuleta on the northwest portion, right by the Colorado State line.
Jason Bishop III reportedly gave the impression that he had been present at the 1988 Mount Archuleta expedition (alongside Gabe Valdez, Edmund Gomez, Jeff and Matt Valdez, French physicist Dr. John Gille, Manuel Gomez, Jr., and Elaine A. This was according to his report to Alan B. de Walton (a.k.a., BRANTON, author of The DULCE BOOK and The DULCE WARS, (freely available for reading on the Internet).
However, Dr. John Gille quickly refuted that Jason Bishop III was even present at that expedition.
I am sure that Jason Bishop III’s influence extended widely, probably affecting people such as John Lear, Ann West (C. Hinkle), Tom Adams, Paul Bennewitz, Bill Hamilton, Christa Tilton, Val Valerian (John Grace), Alan B. de Walton (BRANTON), and even Phil Schneider (who must have certainly read Jason Bishop III’s writings.)
It was Jason Bishop III who devised the so-called “underground tunnels” connection map of the U.S. (centering in the American Southwest, through the so-called Dulce “hub”) … Click the below and read more about:
The History of Dulce Base