Dulce, New Mexico is located right on the Colorado-New Mexico border.
It's a quaint town, with a population just under 3,000.
It's also the alleged location of a secret underground alien base.
An explosion engineer who used to work for the U.S. government claims that in 1979 he helped build a secret underground base near Dulce.
Philip Schneider says that it was in this little town an alien versus human battle broke out leaving 60 humans dead and countless subterranean aliens fighting for their lives.
Schneider says that Green Berets and Special Forces were present during the construction of the base.
His fears were realized when after drilling underground he came face-to-face with a 7-foot tall, stinky, gray alien.
Is this starting to sound too Independence Dayish?
Where's Jeff Goldblum to develop a computer virus to wipe these slimy things out?
Have Will Smith blow them up, that'll work.
Obviously Philip freaked out and grabbed a pistol he was carrying and shot and killed two aliens.
He says he was saved by a Green Beret who allegedly gave his life for him.
In all, 60 human-people allegedly lost their lives that day at the "Alien-Human Battle of Dulce."
Schneider, who later committed suicide, clams there are over 1,000 underground bases located all over the world and 129 are located in the United States.
Political scientist Michael Barkun claims that underground missile installations built during the Cold War made led to a numerous rumors, and ultimately led to the Dulce alien cave base legend.