Montauk Project by Preston Nichols
Montauk Revisited by Preston Nichols
Montauk The Alien Connection by Stewart Swerdlow. Edited by Peter Moon

Montauk survivors
Al Bielek
Preston Nichols
Stewart Swerdlow'
Duncan Cameron

Andy Pero, Montauk 'Superman' Programming Victim (Jan. 6, 2004)

It's (Montauk) very large. It extends for miles, especially the 5th and 6th levels. Almost all of it was constructed in the late 1920's or early 1930's. We talked to one of the men who was one of the contractors who built it. It was built on government orders right after the depression started. It was built in six levels. They covered the top over with earth. It's known locally as "the hill". Its a huge base. There may still be some use of it. Most of it is shut down. The power has been on for two years now, single phase 220 volt. The elevator used ran on three-phase 440 volts, and that has not been turned on, probably because they plugged all main openings and the elevator shaft with concrete.
No, but I know they're there. The last time two people went out there to look they were abducted. They were knocked out electronically and taken underground to another facility where mental adjustments were made on them. They were returned to the spot, but one of them was not returned exactly at the same time as the other. There was about a 2 second gap and the one that was already there saw it. They knew immediately that something was wrong. They were given a warning. The underground system is still in operation. There are three entrances near AIL. They have three plants in the Farmingdale area. Brookhaven National Laboratories have an entrance to the system. There is also a connection to the Newark ITT Corporation building. From there a spur that goes to the ITT facility at Nutley. There is also a tunnel that goes from Newark to Wright Patterson AFB. ORION TECHNOLOGY AND OTHER SECRET PROJECTS Al Bielek and Preston Nichols