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Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA- P96-00789R001200060009-4 941 - / - SECRET/NOFORN PROJECT SUN STREAK WARNING NOTICE g INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED PROJECT NUMBER: 1053 (Tng) SESSION NUMBER: 1 DATE OF SESSION: 05 MAR 90 DATE OF REPORT: 05 MAR 90 START: 0850 END: 0920 METHODOLOGY: CRV VIEWER IDENTIFIER: 052 1. (S/STD) MISSION: To describe the target site (Luray Caverns) in Stade 2 terminology. 2. (S/S(D) VIEWER TASKING: Encrypted coordinates only. 3. (S/STD) COMMENTS: No Physical inclemencies. 052 accessed the site quickly and achieved good, accurate perceptions. At one point, 052, for the first time, demonstrated the "classic" symptoms of being so involved with the site as to be out of communication with the Monitor. While this is discouraged in later stages, it is indicative of 052's growing ability to /- access and maintain strong and excellent site contact. 4? (S/STD) EVALUATION: 3 5. (S/STD) SEARCH EVALUATION: N/A MONITOR: 018 HANDLE VIA STIPPLE CHANNELS ONLY SECRET/NOFORN CLASSIFIED BY: DIA (DT) DECLASSIFY: OADR Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200060009-4 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R0,012000600,09-4 rEit-e 6 g5---0 11171-70& M5-62.,/c6 iir7z71 3ozzi t-) Ct e? ccidy\v 42Qkp /1_ , 47,y,?c 6pzira, Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200060009-4 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R091200 So2 41" go_ `:3Y/rArii_s ?--h(p/&/ Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200060009-4 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R0012000 bar 1{-)c Aluid---h X699 654an (.4) Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200060009-4 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R0912m:vi 99-4 (( ..s6nio0 7L# (44 Ond 1001412- Spa_ 40 Approved For Rel 01403/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200060009-4 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R0,0120006 toctu(/ Amv-04)/L.46._o (AP, rp(a_v4ti JOA-ed Approved For Releasq0161/03/D fin L -/-hole z,Ve4 (Lkzei &L5- Y-01A)(m-y? eic ctrl 012,4D6,0 60009-4 ,zioc )14e Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R091200 9- - 0-0 SOW/ iew 1--(eL( (-:-.rcL/ 56ztdel ) r4cung/t /4'?fiLcel VeHua Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200060009-4 S.14e_ f>ct tup perxecy jozr,i_lecjr 001,93,07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R0012000000 Zum) 8tcoe /61-40(-vi 61Y,c) Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200060009-4 TI WISHING WELL. The Wishing Wal in Luray Caverns has produced more two million coins having a value in e -ss of $200,000 during recent years. Tto proceeds are given to national health o nizations. This is one of the numerous p tographic opportunities in Luray Caverns. CD a Open Every Day IngAle Year H. orAdmission. Luray CavernsIs open every day, in ding Sunday, all year, Guided,. tours of one or more ns are admitted to the Caverns about every 20 .4 Luray Caverns .,,' First Tour , Last Thur Car & Carriage Caravan March 15-June 14 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Open 10:00 a.m. June 15-Labor Day 9:00 a.m. 7;00 p.m. Closes 11/2 hours Day after -, after last Labor Day-Nov. 14 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. cave tour [Nov. 15-March 14 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. hours and rates of admission subject to change without notice. For additional infonnatIon, phone 703/743-6551 or write Luray Caverns. Box 748, Luray. Va. 22835. ' LARGEST AND - MOST POPULAR iscover Another World Lowered into the earth on the end of a rope, Andrew Campbell and Benton Stebbins followed winding passageways from one gigantic room to the next. Even in the flickering candlelight, they knew they had made a spectacular discovery. The soaring cavern walls reflected every color of the rainbow. The light from their candles danced over the surface of crystal-clear pools. And gvery way they turned, there were formations more breathtaking than the last. ince that August day in 1878, visitors by the millions have made Luray Caverns le rfibst popular cave in the East, a world of magic and majesty still as "Marvelously eaUlful" as it was in newspaper headlines over a century ago. gi?uring the one hour conducted tour, taken over comfortable paved walkways, DU 4l be astonished at the variety of formations and be absolutely amazed when you "hear rocks sing" on the world's only Stalacpipe Organ. STALAGMITES ARE ONLY THE BEGINNING. After the caverns' tour you can explore the romantic history of transportation at the Historic Car and Carriage Caravan. Then relax and browse through gift and specialty shops or just admire the beauty of the surroundings. A VACATION EXPERIENCE YOU WILL REMEMBER. When getting your vacation's Worth means something exciting and different, there's nothing on earth like Luray Caverns and there's never a better time to discover this REGISTERED NATURAL LANDMARK than this year. THE GREAT STALACPIPE ORGAN. The world's only Stalacpipe Organ is a many-acre symphony of sight and sound. The inventor, Leland W. Sprinkle, combined Man's genius and the Hand of God when he created this unusual and fascinating musical instrument. Stalactites tuned to concert pitch and accuracy are struck by electronically controlled rubber- tipped plungers to produce music of symphonic quality. . . you must see and hear this amazing instrument to appreciate it. Plunger Striking Stalactite LURAY, TRAVEL CENTER OF THE NORTHERN SHENANDOAH VALLEY provides all travel services including fine dining, lodging and campgrounds. There's also boating and fishing on the fabled Shenandoah River. Nearby are historic sights and only 10 minutes to the East is the Central Entrance to Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive. From 1-81 the park's highest elevations and major visitor services are most accessible via Exit 67 and U.S. 211 East. LURAY CAVERNS offers complete travel facilities including a restaurant, gift and speciality shops and two motels (703/743-4531 or 743-4536) with swimming pools and magnificent mountain views. CAVERNS COUNTRY CLUB RESORT features a scenic 18 hole golf course, tennis and attractive Golf/Tennis Vacation Package Plans (703/743-6551-9 a.m.-5 p.m., daily). LURAY CAVERNS AIRPORT with a 3500' paved, lighted runway has complete fly-in facilities and courtesy transportation to all caverns properties. 1?3 CD THE HISTORIC CAR AND CARRIAGE CARAVAN. a The history of transportation unfolds in the Historic Czt and Carriage Caravan at Luray Caverns. This outstanda exhibit features a collection of antique cars, carriages,-:--; coaches and costumes dating from 1625. A prize in the collection of authentically restored vehicles is the 1892 Benz, one of the oldest cars in the country still iro operating condition. You'll also see a 1908 Baker 17. Electric, a 1911 Hupmobile, a 1913 Stanley Steamer?and Rudolph Valentino's 1925 Rolls73 Royce.'11-ucks, a Conestoga covered 0 wagon and a seven-passenger sleigh will excite the young folks, too. LEN RS OF LURAY CAVERNS. The ,n of mations and variety of natural colors nder und wonderland are unsurpassed. mo mental columns in rooms with ceilings an 1 a feet high?shimmering draperies eringrglistening stone, beautiful cascades tat-clear pools. You will be fascinated by unique ms such as those resembling "fried eggs" de up. Be certain to bring your camera to savor lory of the awe-inspiring grandeur of the tnd most popular cavern in eastern America. LURAY 5,74GING ? "VER. A carillon of 47 bells, the largest bell weighing 7640 pounds; the smallest 121/2 pounds. Recitals are given for a 45 minute period Tues., Thurs., Sat., Sun.?' une, July and August. Weekends only Mir.. Apr., May, Sept., Oct. rillonneur, David Breneman ARROWS INDICATE NEAREST INTERSTATE EXIT TO LDRAY CAVERNS A TRAVEL INFORMATION STATION ?--:? 11 e... / .... - ....- e...../ , IA _..; WEST / , VIRGIN ' \ H.--, , r . WINCH%TES ..) VALLEY 1 N " SCENERY .. -s. ':` .., WASHINGTON ,..,. _ CAVERNS COUNTRY CLUB HALL CF LOR RESORT-GOLF &TENNIS VA NEW MARKET BATTLEFIELD NIEW MARKET LURAY CAVERNS ?aa Cumberland "..1 -.0 t, Martinsbu sonogram i0. Romney Wilmingt0 -,etf .4.414Hr: DOVER ? Strasbu 21 ./ YVoodsto is. 8ryie MI Mt ENANDOAH NE AND NEW Al BATTLETIE ankli n I New j. ke EMT Brandyw eNtioAv arrisonburg SKYLINE DRIVE, VA .......... 9 NEW ORLEANS, LA INTERSTATE 13 NEW YORK CITY, NY BALTIMORE, MD . . . . . 131 PHILADELPHIA, PA BREEZEWOOD, 114 PITTSBURGH, PA CHARLOTTE, 306 RICHMOND, VA CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA., 63 ROANOKE, VA FREDERICKSBURG, VA, .1?,... 70 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA GOYSBURG, PA .1119 WASHINGTON, DC HARRISBURG PA. 167 WILLIAMSBURG, VA MEMBERS OF SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS ATTRACTIONS Biltmore House , Blowing Rock Chimney Rock Christus Gardens Folk Art Center Gatlinburg Sky Lift Grandfather Mountain Incline Railway lbst Sea Luray Caverns Natural Bridge New Market Battlefield Oconaluftee Indian Village Rock City Rocky Mount Ruby Falls Tweetsie Railroad Unto These Hills Old Salem ; NUTTEN CA VER outere7. 7 Bridgewater NATURAL CHIMNEYS LUAAY ? fl Rilf: Sudo! oah ?asa7 Elkton M riai=t oMeVemon Woodbridge F eder Port Royal , /tPrMilsi WIN" Clifton Sulphur /- 221 For SIKIGIR ? sville Louisa Carmel Cuckoo church Doswell Ashland /--Stuarts Draft field RIDGE 0.1. ,1Lovingston Buena Vista Zion Cross Roa s Goochland. W,, Union RI Al Dillw)trt F,ovvhat anover 2si Bottoms " Bridals Toano SB Petersburg .1 Burkeville wxi Blacksburg cAvE Radford istiansbutg Pulaski Blackstone 0 Wylliesburg South Clarksville Hi Gas/Diesel Station At Luray Caverns A. ALEIGH SOUTHEAST JT mporia '7,? ing111;11101;ir! Cape Ch es I ? Kip rke ESAFEAKE aAv " RIDGE-TUNNEL FiFOLK ginia . , Beach sufi` . 44,4 C.4Yrighe Lk./