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Approved For Release 2000 RDP96-00789R000300230001-3 DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20301-6111 S20,010/ST-S87 DT-S MEMORANDUM FOR ASSISTANT DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT: SUN STREAK Operational Report - Project 8704 (U) 1. (S/NF/WN) During the course of 15 remote viewing sessions, five sources provided the foreign intelligence information that follows below. SG1A a. (S/NF WN) Source 003 described the target area as an open, spacious graveled-area characterized by a warm climate (at the time of viewing). The area was repeatedly and intermittently regraded and prepared for re-use. While in use, the area was associated with sharp vibrations, the presence of puffy clouds of translucent green, and the aroma of ammonia that caused a stinging sensation in the nasal passages and a watering of the eyes. Black circular patches were observed on the ground as a result of this activity. These same patches were the subject of great scrutiny and measurement. In a subsequent session, Source 003 described the presence of a "green cloud" in the form of a fine aerosol spray that produced a burning sensation. Source provided a sketch of the target area during the course of yet a third session. (SEE TAB A). A truck outfitted with safeguard devices transported sealed devices in the "test area." The detonation of the device caused a "poping noise" and an ensuing presence of a grayish, green translucent cloud of caustic, corrosive precipitate that was inimical to human, biological functions and caused vomiting. The target area was military- related; personnel did not serve in this area by choice. They were under orders to serve in the area. WARNING NOTICE: SENSITIVE INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY SPECIAL ACCESS REQUIRED CLASSIFIED BY: DIA, DT DECLASSIFY BY: OADR Approved For Release 2000/08/0&i= ". DP9 --00789R000300230001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/ o. P96-00789R000300230001-3 b. (S/NF/WN) Source 021 described the target area as an open, somewhat isolated and barren appearing area with the presence of "flat-topped, curved structures." Flashes of "emerald green light" produced sensations of weaknesses, a draining sensation accompanied by mental disorientation. c. (S/NF/WN) Source 018 indicated that emotions of revulsion were associated with target area. "Active molecules with spikes" and transparent colors of green and grey were dominant in the area. Activity in the target area resulted in sensations of "cold heat or cold burn" on the surface of the skin accompanied by an added sensation of a "drying out taste." d. (S/NF/WN) Source 079 described an activity within the target area as a "smoothing (leveling) of large bumps, a clearing, a stripping of the land (to clear and clean) a dirty environment." Odd appearing, square-shaped vehicles were observed in the area. SG1A a. (S/NF/WN) Source 003 described a bizarre, oriental appearing structure involved in an extensive reorganization of activity. New equipment was already installed while the old equipment was strewn outside the structure and awaiting transportation. Personnel at the site seemed aggravated, frustrated and particularly annoyed at the imposed changes requiring extra effort and extra duty. In a second session, Source 003 described the target facility as a massive, concrete structure used to store "contaminants" described as harsh, salty, granular, caustic and yellowish in appearance. Technically qualified personnel in protective clothing with hoods and face plates, handled, manipulated, transported and stored the material. b. (S/NF/WN) Source 021 described the target facility as a huge, tall, broad structure, flat in appearance on one side and curved on a second side. There was a notable scarcity of personnel within the structure. "Whirring" sounds were associated with the activity within the structure. The principles of self-containment and remote-controlled maintenance were in evidence. A pulsing, greenish light/energy appeared to result from the flow of particles from outside the structure. c. (S/NF/WN) Source 018 described the target facility as a structure constructed in the form an "inverted drinking cup." One area within the structure was used as a storage area for sweet tasting, foul smelling, warm liquid. An adjacent, lower area lit by both natural and artificial light was uncharacteristically clean and dry. d. (S/NF/WN) Source 079 described the target facility as being located in a highly protected, isolated, secure, circular- Approved For Release 2000/ , ? DP96-00789R000300230001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08.1 6-00789R000300230001-3 shaped area. Personnel wore protective clothing and handled containers stored in underground "cavern areas." Activities appeared compartmented. The presence of a very dangerous, man- made substance was in various stages of development. The facility was manned by a neighboring group of foreigners. The presence of a communications systems used to maintain contact with the outside world was also noted. There was a continuing preoccupation with an object that functioned in connection with the air in the atmosphere. e. (S/NF/WN) Source 101 described the target area as a huge complex surrounded by a fence with a predominant L-shaped building. A servicing rail switch yard was in the area. Technicians and scientists held briefings to address the use of light weight metals and alloys. The presence of chickens and pigs was incongruously noted. 4. (S/NF/WN) ORIGINATOR'S COMMENTS: There was a perceptible continuum of correlation in the information provided by the five sources. There was some difficulty in sorting the information as it related to either the Request you complete and return the attached Intelligence Evaluation Sheet (IES) at your earliest convenience (SEE TAB B). SG1J 2 Enclosures TAB A Sketches GS-14 TAB B IES Senior Analyst SG1A Approved For Release 2000/0 DP96-00789R000300230001-3