Jan 11, 2022 I Nick Redfern

From Black Helicopters to Supernatural Helicopters

Well, after reading several articles I wrote last week on the subject of what have become infamously known as Black Helicopters, a number of people contacted me in relation to the idea that the helicopters might not even be real helicopters. You might wonder: what the hell does that mean? Well, the word "Hell" is a very apt one for this particular article. It's a little known fact that there are more than a few people who believe that the Black Helicopters are the creations of none other than the Devil himself. Or, at least, "projections" born out of matters paranormal and supernatural. I have to admit that in my previous articles on the Black Helicopters I didn't focus on the paranormal side (or, rather, the paranormal theory). Chiefly, that was because the whole side of the phenomenon is so strange. Extremely strange. But, to make sure that all angles are covered, I figured I would now share with you the extremely wild scenario that the Black Helicopters do not come from the U.S. Government or from Area 51. Rather, that they come from the Underworld. It's important to note that I don't personally endorse the idea of "supernatural helicopters," but I do think those who do believe the theory should be given their chance to highlight it. So, with that said, now let's get to the matter of nothing less than the helicopters of Hell.

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(Nick Redfern) Hell's Helicopters?

A quiet, maybe even totally silent, helicopter is one thing. But, helicopters that can change their appearances (or that seem to change their appearances) is quite another. I have more than twenty reports in my files from people who claim to have seen black helicopters – flying silently – that morphed into the shapes of classic 1950s-era flying saucers, into small balls of light, and into large, blinding balls of light. Such reports stretch credulity to the max. But, they are widespread. So, what is going on? Let's see. An answer, of a very strange and highly unlikely sort, surfaced in 1994. Back in 2007, I interviewed Ray Boeche, a priest and former Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) State-Director for Nebraska. In 1993, Boeche met with a pair of U.S. Department of Defense physicists working on a classified program to contact what many would call aliens. The program, however, referred to them as Non-Human Entities, or NHEs. As the project continued, and as runs of bad luck, ill health and even death blighted the research, the members came to believe that the NHEs were not ETs, after all, but literal demons from a literal Hell.

In 1994, those same two DoD physicists stated: "Regarding the phantom helicopters, while many are direct NHE ‘productions’ (craft is not an appropriate term as they do not need to travel via a propulsion device) many are related to our program, especially regarding running checks and surveillance on mutilation sites and so-called abduction victims." I made a few words about all of this in my 2010 book, Final Events. And, as my book demonstrates, there is indeed a belief - at least, in some quarters - that the Black Helicopters are not of this world. A quiet, maybe even totally silent, helicopter is one thing. But, helicopters that can change their appearances (or that seem to change their appearances) is quite another. I now have twenty-six reports in my files from people who claim to have seen black helicopters – flying silently – that morphed into the shapes of classic 1950s-era flying saucers, into small balls of light, and into large, blinding balls of light. Such reports stretch credulity to the max. But, they are widespread. And particularly so at a certain place in north New Mexico.

The town of Dulce, New Mexico has become infamous in UFO circles, chiefly because it is said to be the home of a massive underground base. It is alleged to be manned by hostile, dangerous aliens who engage in nightmarish genetic experiments on human abductees. So the sensational and highly unlikely story continues, the U.S. Government knows all too well what goes on under Dulce, but lacks the sufficient power or ability to eject or destroy the alien hordes. That there has been an undeniable mass of so-called cattle-mutilations in the area is an issue which cannot be denied. Certainly, the FBI has declassified a sizeable number of reports of such mutilations from the very same area. There is good evidence to suggest that the Dulce tales were created by disinformation experts in the military. That doesn’t take away the fact, though, that high-strangeness and Dulce go together, hand in glove. They certainly do.

All of this brings us to that February 1982 story of a man named Bruno. On the day in question, he saw a squadron of black helicopters hovering over Dulce’s Archuleta Mesa – below which, so the story goes, the extraterrestrial installation is carefully hidden. As Bruno watched with amazement, the helicopters – yes, each and every one of them – inexplicably morphed into bright balls of light. It was a jaw-dropping situation which led Bruno to conclude that the E.T.s of Dulce can camouflage their craft to resemble our aircraft; thus ensuring that, for the most part, they are never seen by us for what they really are. I should stress, I don't personally endorse the "Hell's Helicopters" picture. But, I do think we should look at it to a greater degree.

Nick Redfern
Nick Redfern works full time as a writer, lecturer, and journalist. He writes about a wide range of unsolved mysteries, including Bigfoot, UFOs, the Loch Ness Monster, alien encounters, and government conspiracies. Nick has written 41 books, writes for Mysterious Universe and has appeared on numerous television shows on the The History Channel, National Geographic Channel and SyFy Channel.

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