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UFO News: The northern entrance to the Blue Grass Army Depot (BGAD) installation near Richmond. Built in the 1940's, this U.S. Army facility serves as a storage depot for conventional munitions, chemical weapons and nerve agents. Weaponized Mustard, Sarin and V-X gases are stored here in some of the 902 igloos located on this 14,494-acre site. This facility has also been reportedly involved in experimental research into munitions coating and chemical/nerve weapon neutralization. BGAD is home to the Blue Grass Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCADPP) project for treaty-mandated chemical weapons destruction. Named, by researchers, as “Kentucky’s Area 51” - due to the location’s high-security and off-limits secrecy  this clandestine moniker is chiefly derived from this place’s apparent connection to the region’s UFO Sightings. This secured facility has, reportedly, had more than its fair share of UFO sightings over the decades, as it sits at the center of an active UFO Sighting “hot-spot” region that has been dubbed “The Blue Grass Triangle.” This triangular-shaped area - extending from north of Lexington to south of Stanford to east of Irvine - has had several reported “UFO blitzes” (encounter flaps) and frequent sightings of “unknown craft” near the BGAD working area. One particular flap, in 1978, was well publicized and involved dozens - perhaps hundreds - of witnesses claiming encounters in a variety of events, including law enforcement sightings and an alleged UFO police chase. The BGAD north gate area (Irvine Road) is a purported location of frequent sightings (UFOs and “unknown stealth”) to this day. Unmarked black helicopters are also said to soar the skies here. Have aliens been checking out this military weapons facility? Or are the mysteries encountered in the Triangle just military secrets? Another mysterious place to add to the lists of mysterious places. Photos by Michael Huntington


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