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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200160010-1 SECRET/NOFORN PROjECT SUN STREAK WARNING NOTICE: INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED PROjECT NUMBER: DATE OF SESSION: START: 0122 (Tng) 03 OCT 90 1041 SESSION NUMBER: DATE OF REPORTt END: 1 04 OCT 90 1108 METHODOLOGY: ERV VIEWER IDENTIFIER: 052 y- -------------- 1. (S/SK) MISSION: To describe the target site (Squire Boone Caverns,'11- Indiana) using ERV methodology. 2. (S/SK) VIEWER TASKING: "Describe the target identified by encrypted coordinates 901003/122001". 3. (S/SK) COMMENTS: No personal Physical inclemencies (PI) reported, but the building had a strong smell of skunk spray. 052 had an excellent session, wavering on and off target throughout the session. Post-session discussions have centered-arbund-iithe fact that 02. still hoping to be able to identify the site during the -'session, instead'tif--4ust,..deribing C-panceptton- This. ?desire? is the;Probable cause of AOL, causing,052 to drift off site periocpcallx. ,,e;71V. ,/ ,/ , /CAL- ,Or t 4. (S/SK) EVALU oATION: 5. (S/SK) SEARCH EVALUATION: N/A. MONITOR: 018 HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY 11 Amin:7w ) ? c.,-57; SECRET/NOFORN CLASSIFIED BY: DIA (DT) DECLASSIFY: OADR ? r Release 209/08/08 ] CIA-RDP98-00789R001?Q016001,01 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200160010-1 UNCLASSIFIED WORKING PAPER Target n: Date: Time: Viewer: Session: SUMMARY OF INFORMATION: 3 OCT 90 1041-1108 052 01 The target is a structure that is pointed on top with two curved things on each side. There is something curved, tall, big, cold, dark and foggy. It 'makes me think of a castle that is haunted. There is at least one person inside. There are a lot of objects scattered around. One object is rounded with something in the middle and rounded on the other side. This site is a touristy place to go visit, but I do not like it. It is ark and cold. cannot see anything. It only gets light for _about one second., a small, rounded light-;--and YOU can see a few (TETe-cts when this light appears. The first time the light came on I saw a lot of blue, coming in waves. There was some really sheer material, smooth and silky, like curtains, being blown to the left by the wind, see sketch. Then it was dark and I couldn't see any light at all. When the light came on again, I saw holes, like crevices in the ground or underground. ,It is very cold. There is a chugging sound, that makes me think of an underground railroad and a rumblin g__S011.1114 that makes me think of a ? v6Idano, or something "coming up". There is a square/star-like shape that has curved sides. There is a crescent-shaped' object that is rolled. There is something that is covered by a black tarp. 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C-4") 7- les-0-7- ork L) 2J t 4}, co it-ti A eft- a c.- c?-/4 1 A-)ef ? c-571-1 //) Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200160010-1 Squire Boone 1744-1815 wdiPone of the most prominent pioneers in the cy and Indiana history. He fought in many bloody tlenvith the Indians ? including the Battle of Fort alF. helped to clear the Wilderness Road. It has iat uire was wounded 11 times during his life. ou took him close to death. Two years before a causes at the age of 71, he was made a ot Congress because of his service during the ar.?) arg his older brother, Daniel, discovered these ire later hid in the caverns while being pur- 3f.1'n stile Indians. From that day forward, Squire -; valley by the caverns to be holy ground. hge with his wife and four sons in the early a gidst mill at the mouth of the spring that flows lqre it was that Boone Township was estab- dt in 1815 his sons honored his final request r within his beloved cave. Before he died, is t ription on one of the foundation stones of oat, y life hath much befriended, I'll praise Him !tided." hi Airs... si. CAVERNS & VILLAGE 33 Miles West of Louisville, Ky. Squire Boone NEW ALBANY, INDIANA TRAVEUNG NORTH OR SOUTH? You can visit Squire Boone Village and bypass the Louisville traffic by using IN Hwy. 135 & KY Hwy. 31W. ,Rear Cargefor, Ziul 4 Exit 105 08AlL Plext of Loaf:milk,: NEARBY LODGING AND CAMPING ACCOMMODATIONS A OLD CAPITOL INN BEST WESTERN -(812) 738-4192 Hwy. 135 & I-64, Corydon, IN 47112 - 77 rooms BLINCOLN HILLS MOTEL - (812) 738-3251 Hwy. 62 West Corydon, IN 47112 - 25 rooms CLICKFORD VAI I FY CAMPGROUND -(812) 732-4947 Mauckport, IN 47142, Good Sam Member - 120 sites, full hookups D ABE'S COUNTRY VILLAGE & LOG MOTEL CABINS - (502) 422-2282 Hwy. 448, Brandenburg, KY 40108 -8 cabins EDOE RUN INN -(502) 422-2982 & 422-2042 Hwy. 448, Brandenburg, KY 40108 -16 guest rooms FKINTNER HOUSE INN BED & BREAKFAST - (812) 738-2020 Corner of Capitol and Chestnut, Corydon, IN 47112- 14 rooms ONE SINGLE ADMISSION PRICE into the Park covers all activities, craft demonstrations, exhibits and facilities including cavern tour, hapide, and working grist mill. Special group rates available by reservation. CALL 502-425-CAVE for more information GUIDED 1-HOUR I-HOUR TOURS LEAVE EVERY 20 MINUTES Months Open Hours* May-Oct. Every day 9 A.M. -6 P.M. Mar., April, Nov., Dec. .. Every day 9:30 AM. -5 P.M. Jan., Feb. Weekends only 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. Closed Christmas, Thanksgiving & New Years *EASTERN DAYLIGHT OR LOUISVILLE TIME SQUIRE BOONE VILLAGE Open daily Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. ? Sept & Oct, weekends only: 11 AM. - 5 P.M. Senire Bonne Caverns . ",t,ti , Coryden. Indiana 47112 lira SIMI V 11GAM *SS& 111V, Squirle Boone Caverns -2-t= 4 Turn back the clock day of the pioneer ? animals, stoneground hand dipped candles, bread . . ? Visit with make it all come aui America's days gone b 200 years to the log cabins, farm corn, lye oap and fresh b ked the people f that ve Felive y. 1111113 14114111160 aim ? Descend into the Cavm? learn th u observation many things about our earth? Where did limestone ccme from? .1. How does water move underground? . . WhafkcaUses cave formations to grow?; . . Why are many aniirfai that live in caves blind and aldhO Ride in a haywagon through the Squire Boone Forest. . Hear how the limestone outcrOppings, nearby springs, and sinkholes rriean that deep below the earth's surface lies a labyrinth of un- derground paSsageways filled with shimmering waterfalls, delicate soda straws, and massive stalactites. 12/ vo for a 'pr . ? '7 r.1 as a t visit us s tivfourc?1111....inrYit:IsPaosft' our earth. ii ngettl AnngPalenty the beginnings plan Hospitality!re here (2,sier YQU od old H? sotrle