New documents about the AATIP show Stranger Things is actually reality TV

The concept of Stranger Things is closer to reality, according to new documents that are being published by VICE..

The United States government has a defunct Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) …

(of course other alphabet agencies could still be doing the same, right) ..

The agency spent millions of taxpayer dollars to research experimental technologies such as invisibility cloaks, antigravity devices, traversable wormholes, and a proposal to tunnel through the moon with nuclear explosives, according to dozens of documents obtained by

Yes… a nuclear device on the moon!

The documents include nearly 1,600 pages of reports, proposals, contracts and meeting notes…

Before Vice takes full credit, let’s give some where it is due: The AATIP was being reported on for weeks by the BLACK VAULT website..

Back to the documents!

They reveal some of the stranger priorities of AATIP – a secretive Department of Defense program that ran from 2007 to 2012…

(Folks. this is modern times and now the roaring Reagan years that Stranger Things is based off of)

(PS, we already know there was some real life weirdness that inspired Stranger Things too)

You can read the full treasure trove of documents published here..

There was a correction to VICE for the record, as they printed in their article:

Jeremy Corbell, a UFO filmmaker, pointed out that George Knapp was the first person to publish a list of 37 of these areas of study, in July 2018. Knapp obtained it, he reported, from physicist Hal Puthoff, who previously worked for BAASS. The DIA formally released the full 38-item list in 2019 in response to Aftergood’s FOIA.)

he trickle is getting faster.. but…

John Greenewald at the amazing Black Vault website learned that the Barack Obama Presidential Library is in possession of thousands of pages of materials, although those could take years to be released.