Charles Hall and the Tall White ETs
Indeed, working with these images has given me the feeling that I know the terrain well, and they can bring that closeness to you also
|Las Vegas||Las Vegas|
|Palm Meadows||Las Vegas|
|Mojave Wells||Indian Springs|
The Nearest Starsdistance nameProxima(l.y.) 4.22 Centauria Centauri 5.91 Bar4.35 Alp hnard's Star 7.70 Wolf 3596-8A 8.60 Siriu8.20 BD+36.2147 8.40 L-7 2s-A 8.60 Sirius-B 9.40 Ross 154i 10.90 Ross 110.40 Ross 248 10.80 Epsilon Erida n280 61 Cygni11. 1
|Deep Space Craft||Scout Craft|
|Dimensions||500' L, 300' W, 70' H||Size of bus or RV|
|Cockpit Windows||2 large centered 1/3 up from bottom||Wraparound|
|Portholes||4 rows each side||1 or 2 rows each side|
|Orthographic views of generic scout craft according to Hall's description. 3D model courtesy of Magda Gemis, Samuel Michelet, and Bruno Michelet.|
|Nellis Range, north|
|Nellis Range, south|
Facilities and Activities
Numerous facilities and activities within the Pintwater Range and the prominent dry lake in Three Lakes Valley, known as “Dog Bone Lake”, will be described.
|Relief view of area encompassing Tall White activities|
|Sun-Earth-Moon configuration for approach of deep space craft. This is a rough two-dimensional representation. Sizes and distances are not to scale. Hall observed that arrivals always occurred at sundown on full moon days.|
|Configuration for deep space craft departures. Not to scale. Hall observed that departures to deep space always occurred at midnight at the time of the new moon.|
|Arriving deep space craft proceed northwest, along the line of sight viewed in this image, from Dog Bone Lake to this peak. The hangar, which is also the main entrance to the Tall Whites' underground housing, is built into the top of the peak; its entrance is just below the top, facing south, approximately where a patch of sunlight from the setting sun can be seen. Approaches are made at sundown on full moon evenings.|
3D view of terrain looking from theodolite position toward the facilities thirty miles north at the north end of the valley. Dog Bone Lake is in valley to the right (east).
Ground-level (elevation 2 m) view from the theodolite position toward the high ground at the north end of Indian Spring Valley. In other words, this is the view along the green dotted line in the previous image. The peak containing the main hangar and housing is faintly seen on the distant skyline to the right of center. This image provides no information on land use (roads, etc.).
[The above image] is so well done, I found myself reliving some of those beautiful afternoons when I took my truck for a joy ride up the valley.
When you look at the center of the picture , and then a little to the right, right down on the desert where the desert floor meets the base of the distant mountains, just behind the near set of hills and just far enough to the right so that the near set of hills does not block the view of the more distant mountains, there is a small valley. It was in that valley that the Tall Whites would typically post a scout craft to parallel me and watch me from a distance whenever I would take my truck up the valley for a joy-ride... as I describe in Book II, in the chapter entitled "Day with a view".
We will return to this point later. This watching of Hall on his trips north could have been for his protection, as at one point he had a nearly disastrous encounter with a goverment security patrol on one of these excursions.
As to the effect of the telescope's optics and magnification:
|Deep space craft hangar and underground housing area as seen from range 3 theodolite position through typical theodolite scope with 1.5°field of view. Distance is about 30.5 miles. “I was shocked by the accuracy of [this image], the view through the theodolite. On many, many summer mornings, those mountains looked just that way through my theodolite.”|
Similar to previous figure but “taken” just before sunset. Hall mentioned that his ability to see the hangar and picnic area on this mountain was best just before sunset, as here, and just after sunrise. Nevertheless 30 miles of obliquely-illuminated haze does seem to be causing a problem with seeing in this rendition.
The peak containing the hangar, viewed along the line of sight from the Range 3 theodolite (which was Hall's usual viewing position), but only 4.2 km from the peak. The time is just before sunset. The blue/white star marks the position of the hangar entrance. The red/white star designates the location of a picnic area (!) which is what first caught Hall's attention. The hangar door was hidden among the trees and was hard to spot (through the theodolite from 30 miles away) when closed. Note: the landscape renderings on this page do not actually depict trees.
|Suggestive rendition of departure of a scoutcraft from an important landing area northwest of the main housing area which is under the mountains. (The craft is a 3D workup of a crude sketch given to us by Hall.) View is toward the southeast at dawn, the time of day when Hall observed scoutcraft departing with military guests for visits to the moon, which would be directly overhead. Canyons in these mountains contain at least seven concealed tunnel entrances - back doors to the underground housing.|
|This satellite image shows the locations of the gunnery and bombing ranges, scoutcraft hangar, playground, and other Tall White activities at the southern end of the Nellis Range. Image courtesy of Google Maps®.|
The road running north-south (note the compass rose) at the foot of the hills was used by Hall on his excursions to the northern end of Indian Springs Valley. He often would see a scout craft parked in the little valley to his right, in the center of the picture, observing him as he passed by. The craft would then follow or “parallel” Hall's truck from a distance
A closer overhead view of the favorite Tall White rest and play area. An anomalous white object or spot can be seen at left center (i.e., over rough terrain to the west). Parallax studies indicate that this object is on the ground.
View toward the rest and play area from the Range 3 theodolite position. The area is concealed between the two fingers of high ground in center of picture.
Looking west into the Tall Whites' favorite rest and play area. A scout craft hangar was built into the south (left) wall of this canyon area. "Another shockingly good rendition. It sure brings back the memories. However, there is an additional arroyo that [this figure] does not show because of the resolution. It runs through the center of the valley.” This image was prepared from 1/3 arcsecond-resolution elevation data.
French Peak. Text describes Tall White activities in the area enclosed by the ellipse and the broad valley to the north.
View west into "radar evasion corridors" used by the scout craft. This is as they would be seen from an elevated position near Range 3... in other words, a “pilot's eye” view of the parallel ridges. Craft would “terrain follow” just north of these ridges below the ridgeline to avoid detection by radar on Charleston Peak, well to the south.
The radar station of concern to the Tall Whites is installed on Charleston Peak, a recreational area to the south of the ranges. The ski area, seen as a small white blotch at the tip of the labeling arrow, plays a crucial role in the Christmas Eve emergency arrival of a deep space craft, to be described below.
Radar evasion corridors as seen from just over Charleston Peak where radar is located. Scout craft would “terrain follow” behind the low ridges seen in the distant haze, beyond the foreground ridge and to the right of center. “I was equally impressed by this figure. It clearly shows why the Tall Whites preferred to terrain-follow close to the desert and hide in the radar corridors.”
Topographic map depicting the ranges and Charleston Peak to the south. Note that Range 3 is almost directly north of Charleston Peak, providing a direct view into the base area.
Charleston Peak viewed along the bearing from Range 3 (note the compass rose), exposing the base facilities of the ski area.
Charleston Peak viewed from the bearing along which lies Range 1. This Keyhole® image clearly shows the ski runs. Coordinates are shown at bottom.
Charleston Peak from Range 1 (ground level).
Charleston Peak (center rear) viewed from Range 3, early December . Hall facilitated the arrival of a disabled deep space craft that briefly used ski area base facilities. “This is another shockingly impressive view from the Range #3 theodolite.”
Children of the Tall Whites
- They sew. We apparently share a sense of fashion with them.
- Where are all the little Tall White girls? Little TW girls must exist somewhere because TW adult females are present in the colony. Why did they not come here?
- They evidence "love" among their own kind; little for us. But then, where have we shown anything resembling love for them
Tall Whites vs. Gods, Genes, and Consciousness
Author Paul Von Ward presents in his book Gods, Genes, and Consciousness (Von Ward, 2004) a schema for "Advanced Beings" into which the Tall Whites could be placed as an interesting possible example. Although their technology is quite beyond ours at this time, evidence suggests that by other and less tangible measures - "wisdom", "intelligence", "moral stature" - these beings might be quite comparable to ourselves.
Epilog: A Possible Identity for the Tall Whites
- Very tall humanoid "Nordic" with white skin
- Often have blue eyes
- Emit barking or whistling sounds