T.C., or Thomas C., or Thomas Castello, or Thomas Edwin Castello are pseudonyms of an alleged insider of the unconfirmed Dulce Base. In A Dulce Base Security Officer Speaks Out, “My name changes when I think some one is asking questions.”
In the research paper The Dulce Base (1989) by Jason Bishop III, “A person who worked at the Base, who had an "ULTRA 7" Clearance, reports: "There may be more than seven levels, but I only know of seven.”
Branton Group ascribes the “person who worked at the Base” to be “Thomas Castello”, who wrote a letter to Jason Bishop III about the seven levels of Dulce Base. Branton dates the letter to September 1990, but this date is a mistake. Bishop wrote The Dulce Base in 1989, which was released to the public domain in 1990. Bishop would have received T.C.’s letter by mid-1989, after his visit to Dulce, New Mexico, the year prior.
T.C. also gave an interview in 1989. Aside from a transcript, TAL and Bill Hamilton prepared a lot of information from the interview of “Thomas C.”, published in Feb.-Mar. 1991 issue of 'UFO UNIVERSE', called 'THE DEEP DARK SECRET AT DULCE, and in Hamilton’s book, Cosmic Top Secret (1991).
As a high level security officer at the joint alien-U.S. Government underground base near Dulce he had learned of and had seen disturbing things. After much inner conflict, he decided to desert the facility and take various items with him.
Using a small camera, he took over 30 photos of areas within the multi-level complex. He collected documents and removed a security video tape from the Control Center which showed various security camera views of the hallways, labs, aliens, and U.S. Government personnel to take with him. Then, by shutting off the alarm and camera system in one of the over 100 exits to the surface, he left the facility with the photos, video, and documents. The "originals" were hidden after five sets of copies were made.
Thomas was ready to go into hiding. But, when he went to pick up his wife and young son, he found a van and government agents waiting. His wife and child had been kidnapped. He had been betrayed by K. Lomas (a fellow worker). The agents wanted what Thomas had taken from the facility in order to get his wife and son back. When it became apparent to him they would be used in biological experiments and were not going to be returned unharmed, he decided to get lost. That was over ten years ago. How did Thomas get involved in all this covert intrigue?
Thomas, now is his 50's was in his mid-twenties, when he received top secret training in photography at an underground facility in West Virginia. For seven years he worked in high security photography in the Air Force. In 1971, he left and went to work for the Rand Corp. in Santa Monica, California. In 1977 he was transferred to the Dulce facility. He bought a home in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and worked Monday through Friday. He commuted to work via a deep underground tube-shuttle system.
At this time, a fellow researcher was working security in Santa Fe, N.M. and was privately investigating UFO sightings, animal mutilations, Masonic and Wicca groups in the area. Thomas had a mutual friend who came to Santa Fe in 1979 to visit both the researcher and Thomas. This visitor later viewed the photos, the video tape, and documents taken from the Dulce Base. Drawings were made from what was seen and later circulated in the UFO research community as the "Dulce Papers."
Thomas alleges that there were over 18,000 short "greys" at the Dulce Facility, and that he saw reptilian humanoids. A colleague had come face-to-face with a 6-foot tall Reptoid which had materialized in his house. The Reptoid showed an interest in research maps of New Mexico and Colorado which were on the wall. The maps were full of colored push- pins and markers to indicate sites of animal mutilations, caverns, locations of high UFO activity, repeated flight paths, abduction sites, ancient ruins, and suspected alien underground bases.
The multi-level facility at Dulce is reported to have a central HUB which is controlled by base security. The security level goes up as one descends to lower levels. Thomas had an ULTRA-7 clearance. He knew of seven sub-levels, but there may have been more. Most of the aliens supposedly are on levels 5, 6 and 7 with alien housing on level 5. The only sign in English was over the tube shuttle station hallway which read "to Los Alamos." Connections go from Dulce to the Page, Arizona facility, then onto an underground base below Area 51 in Nevada. Tube shuttles go to and from Dulce to facilities below Taos, N.M.; Datil, N.M.; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Creed, Colorado; Sandia' then on to Carlsbad, New Mexico.
The deaths of Karla Turner and Philip Schneider, who mysteriously died one week apart from each other in January 1996, are considered to have been murdered for making public their knowledge about the Dulce Base, human abductions (kidnapping), and the MKUltra program.
A Dulce Base Security Officer Speaks Out:
- Question: What is your biggest fear?
- Answer: “That the general public will forget THE TRAPPED INNOCENT PEOPLE in the despicable place [ Dulce ], and will ignore THE HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN, WOMEN AND MEN ADDED TO THAT PLACE EVERY MONTH.”
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Branton Group. The Dulce Book (1996), A Dulce Base Security Officer Speaks Out
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Jason Bishop III. The Dulce Base (1989)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Branton Group. The Secrets of the Mojave, 7th ed. (1995), web-p. 13
- ↑ Jason Bishop III. Recollections and Impressions of Dulce (1988)
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 William Hamilton III. Cosmic Top Secret (1991), (webarchive)
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Branton Group. The Secrets of the Mojave, 7th ed. (1995), web-p. 12
- ↑ The mysterious Jason Bishop III (a.k.a, Tal Levesque, a.k.a., TAL), the illusive personality behind the “Dulce Base ” rumors by Norio Hayakawa, 27 Nov 2016
- ↑ The Black Vault, “Leaked” Underground Dulce Base Alien Photo by Thomas Costello
- Wikipedia, Branton Files