Chris Bartel has worked at Area 51, the Nevada Test Site, Nellis Air force Base, and lead security officer at Skinwalker Ranch. In this full documentary episode we travel from Mount Wilson Ranch to Area 51 and then explore ancient mysterious petroglyphs at the Magic Mesa paranormal area.



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Chris Bartel is a highly experienced security professional with a background in some of the most secure and secretive locations in the United States. He has served as a security officer at Area 51, the highly classified military base located in the Nevada desert that has long been the subject of conspiracy theories and folklore. He has also worked at the Nevada Test Site, where the US government conducted nuclear weapons tests and secret aircraft testing during the Cold War, and Nellis Air Force Base, a major military installation known for its advanced training and testing programs. In addition to these roles, Chris has also served as the lead security officer at Skinwalker Ranch, a property in Utah that has gained notoriety for alleged paranormal and UFO-related activity.

In this full documentary episode, Carl Crusher takes Chris Bartel and the crew on a journey from Mount Wilson Ranch to Area 51, giving us a rare inside look at these highly secured locations. We also explore ancient and mysterious petroglyphs at the Magic Mesa paranormal area, adding an extra layer of mystery to our journey. This promises to be a fascinating and educational look at some of the most intriguing and controversial places in the United States.

As we make our way to Area 51, we pass through Groom Lake Road, a long and isolated stretch of highway that serves as the primary access point to the military base. The road made infamous by legendary UFO figure Bob Lazar, a controversial figure who claimed to have worked on reverse engineering extraterrestrial technology at a site near Area 51 called S-4. We also stop at the famous black mailbox, a well-known landmark for UFO enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists who believe it marks the entrance to a secret underground facility.

After our visit to Area 51, we make a stop at the Little A’Le’Inn, a small roadside restaurant and hotel located in the town of Rachel, Nevada. The inn has gained fame as a hub for those interested in Area 51 and the surrounding conspiracy theories, and it offers a unique look at the local culture and history of the region.