Views:780|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:55:19Minutes|Likes:28|Dislikes:0 In Episode #7 of The Black Vault Radio, I welcome investigator Chris O’Brien into the Vault, to talk about all things Animal Mutilations. Chris investigated more than 200 cases of what he calls “high strangeness” in the San Luis Valley. He has compiled his research into a trilogy of books, which include The Mysterious Valley, Enter the Valley, and Secrets of the Mysterious Valley. His newest book, is Stalking the Herd, and it is the focus of this episode of The Black Vault Radio, as we dive deep into the mystery, what it is and who may be doing it.
Also, I explore some important news headlines and open up in the TBV Dialogues segment about an experience I had in Northern, New Mexico and a document discovery which I was surprised to uncover!
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– YouTube, Facebook, and Apple’s ban on Alex Jones, explained –
– USAF shrouded in mystery as retired ‘black project’ planes conduct mission near Area 51 –
– Area 51’s Spooky Airline Is Hiring Pilots For Top Secret Flights –
– AECOM Job Offer Page for First Officer, Co-Pilot, Las Vegas, Nevada –
– NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin Says He Saw An ‘Organic, Alien-Like’ Thing In Space –
– Twitter Exchange Between Scott Waring and Astronaut Leland Melvin –
– HORRIFIED farmers say aliens mutilated seven cows which were found with specific body parts missing including genitals and tongues –
– Chris O’Brien Homepage –
– Chris O’Brien Biography –
– Chris O’Brien’s Books –
– Stalking the Herd –
– New FBI Documents on Cattle Mutilations / Butte, Montana Cases –
– The Subterrene and the Alleged “Dulce Base” –
Views:818019|Rating:4.79|View Time:16:7Minutes|Likes:12285|Dislikes:549 Vaults are a key part of the Fallout universe. Some contain horrific and twisted experiments, while others are actually shelters for their dwellers. Good or bad, nightmare or safe haven, these are all of the vaults in Fallout.
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Every Fallout Vault (in text form)
Vault 0 is located in the Cheyenne Mountains and can be found in Fallout Tactics. It had no experiment, it just expanded upon the Cheyenne Mountain Complex and was a sort of headquarters of all the vaults. Many pre-war geniuses were cryogenically frozen here. It is eventually taken over by The Calculator.
Vault 1’s experiment was unknown, but it was located somewhere in the Great Midwest Commonwealth and was the first vault commissioned by Vault Tec following the success of their Los Angeles Test Vault. It appears in the tech demo for the cancelled Fallout 3 by Black Isle Studios. (roughly 17 minutes in)
Vault 3 is located in the South Vegas Ruins in the Mojave Wasteland. It was a control vault, so it had no experiment. Some time after the Great War, a water pipe broke, forcing the door to be opened. Soon after, the Fiends took over the vault and killed the dwellers.
Vault 6 is located in Mount St. Helens in Washington. It isn’t in any game, but it would have appeared in the cancelled Fallout Extreme. It’s experiment involved releasing small amounts of radiation into the vault every day, slowly turning the residents into ghouls.
Vault 8 was another control vault located in Nevada and can be found in Fallout 2. It had minimal issues, opened after 10 years, and eventually became known as Vault City, which is a thriving community and one of the most advanced non-isolated communities in the wasteland.
Vault 11 is located a little west of Boulder City, Nevada and can be found in Fallout New Vegas. The vault’s experiment involved dwellers sacrificing one of themselves every year to avoid an “Automated Solution Response” from killing them all. Sort of a test to see if someone would sacrifice themselves for the greater good.
Vault 12 is located underneath Bakersfield, California, and is found in Fallout. The experiment required that the vault door not completely close, allowing radiation to slowly seep into the vault. It eventually became part of the ghoul-town Necropolis.
Vault 13 is located beneath Mt. Whitney in California, and is found in Fallout. The vault’s experiment was to test prolonged isolation, with the vault being closed until Vault Tec decided the subjects were needed, which was supposed to be around 200 years. The water chip failed, forcing the Vault Dweller to venture out into the wasteland to find a new one.
Vault 15 is located in what has become New California, and can be found in Fallout and Fallout 2. The experiment was that everyone inside had drastically different ideologies, which lead to a schism, where four groups left the vault and eventually became the Jackals, Vipers, and Khans, with the fourth founding the village of Shady Sands.
Vault 17 is located somewhere in New California, and is only mentioned in Fallout New Vegas. In 2154, it was raided by the Master’s Army. Only Lilly Bowen, Becky, and Jimmy survived. When Lilly was 75 years old, she was captured and turned into a night kin by the Master’s Army.
Vault 19 located southwest of the remains of McCarran International Airport in Nevada, and can be found in Fallout New Vegas. The vault’s experiment had the vault dwellers be separated into two groups, with little to no contact between them. After a leak in the ventilation system caused paranoia to grow, the vault became abandoned and is used by the Powder Gangers.
Vault 21 is located beneath New Vegas, and can be found in Fallout New Vegas. The experiment was that all differences were settled by games of chance, and the dwellers were all compulsive gamblers. Between 2271 and 2281, Mr House took over the vault after the dwellers let the future of the vault ride on a game of blackjack, which they lost. Mr House then destroyed most of it and turned it into a hotel.
Vault 22 is located northeast of Jacobstown in Nevada, and can be found in Fallout New Vegas. There was no experiment, just scientists studying plants. A fungus from Big MT was brought in, which quickly infected everyone and turned them into spore carriers.
The rest of the Vaults wouldn’t fit in the description. Whoops.
Views:426394|Rating:4.68|View Time:9:51Minutes|Likes:4079|Dislikes:279 From religious vaults to strange things kept by the government to banks that may be more than just banks…these are 7 Mysteriously SECRET Vaults and Archives.
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The Granite Mountain Records Vault near Salt Lake City, Utah is a facility owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and they claim it contains nothing but administrative paperwork and genealogical records. However, since both the public and most Mormon Church members are not permitted access, there has been much speculation about what really lies within this heavily protected mountain structure.
The Federal Reserve is the central banking system of the United States with 12 physical locations dotted around the country. But it is the New York branch which is considered the most mysterious, because of what it may or may not contain.
The New York Federal Reserve is estimated to hold nearly a quarter of all the gold in the entire world, with many foreign governments taking advantage of its heavy security to store their own bullion reserves. But rumours similar to those regarding Fort Knox have led to the accusation that the gold supposedly stored here has actually been gone a long, long time.
The reason we’ve grouped together many different independent vaults across Switzerland is because this country’s bank storage facilities are considered some of the safest and most secretive on the planet. The world’s wealthiest citizens pay huge sums of money to keep their money and artefacts here, because not only is it safe, but the country’s lax banking laws make it easy to hide both your wealth and your possessions.
This is a picture of the Iranian Central Bank. This is a picture of the Iranian Imperial Treasury. And this is a picture of a random Iranian mountain. Which one of these contains Iran’s gold reserves? Nobody knows, well, nobody outside of Iran anyway.
In order to avoid sanctions from western nations during the tension of the past few years the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran has taken steps to move their gold reserves away from the influence of the US and Europe, and have subsequently hidden them away like squirrels preparing for winter.
In Pennsylvania’s Butler County lies one of the most fascinating collections of historical artefacts and secret information the world has ever, and perhaps will ever know – The Iron Mountain.
In the year 2000 the Haven Company data storage facility was opened on a disused oil-rig in the North Sea. The rig operated within the territory of Sealand, which is a self-declared independent region of Britain. Remember when Peter Griffin declared his house as an independent nation within the USA? That’s basically Sealand in a nutshell, but because the people there aren’t doing any harm Britain just lets them have their fun.
The Vatican’s archive is over 400 years old and contains historical records, papal correspondence and many other important documents which have been accumulated by the Catholic Church for over a millennium. In 1881 after centuries of secrecy it was decided that scholars should be allowed to study the archives, which are so voluminous they have to be kept on more than 85 kilometres of shelving, but speculation persists that there is some extra material hidden away which the Vatican does not want anyone to see.