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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001900260002-2 'Other A' Summary 1. Source described site as an 'official' technical experiment. Site's main component is very long, thin and raised. It is higher in the middle and lower to the sides (NFI). In cross section, it gives the 'impression of a 'conduit' for something. High levels of electromagnetic energy are essential to the site. Part (or all) of the conduit is composed of segments. There is a sense of very dense or heavy metal associated with the site, particularly in connection with the object discussed below. 2. A metallic, highly polished, bullet-shaped object, delivered to the site in a heavily reinforced shipping container, is placed at the (closed) end of the conduit. Within, this object is a container holding a corrosive substance. The substance seems to be black in color while in the container but changes color (perhaps to gold) as it proceeds out of the container and on to the objective (NFI). (NOTE: Source could not determine if the metallic object, the substance it contained or something else was directed down the conduit). 3. The object of the experiment was to impact a rectangular target, (made up of a substance on a matrix), with at least one thing. To insure this, several or many 'things' are projected at it. This action causes the target to become blackened, warped, pitted, eroded and scoured. After impact, the target is studied, examined and analyzed. Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001900260002-2