Part 3: Tall White Aliens in Vegas -- The Charles Hall Experience
The story of airman first class Charles Hall is not only the most detailed
story of a human interacting with an alien humanoid species ever told.
The account of Charlie Hall also spans about two years, with hundreds of
meetings and episodes, so it is easily the alien-human story with the
longest duration, the largest variety of events, situations, reactions and
implications. Few if any alien encounter narratives come even close to
what Charles James Hall tells in his book series "Millenial Hospitality"
and the video interviews presented here.
His story is also heavily supported by evidence which confirms several
aspects of his account. However, this evidence is more evident to some
people than it is for others, just like most things in life.
The Tall Whites at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, who like to put on
some disguise and sunglasses to hang out at the Stardust Casino in Las
Vegas while being heavily protected by their own guards as well as
human CIA staff, filling in for Casino employees ... this is certainly the
most under-reported story you have never heard of.
And this Part 3 of the series will change that.
All the people, and they are not many, who have researched this case
and interviewed Charles Hall, come away with an extremely positive
impression as to his sincerity, veracity and general togetherness. He is a
likeable person and a gentleman -- old school. A soft-spoken family man
and nuclear physicist. There is not one hint of Charles James Hall being
a cleverly disguised genius writer-hoaxer who just happens to not have
the knack to become a millionaire with his story.
Simply because every alien movie that this author is aware of pales
against the Tall Whites in Vegas. Tall Whites have what is called human
interest, and it is completely maxed out. Before Disclosure happens, in
these times we call right now -- this is the story of all alien stories.
It took Charles a very long time to come to terms with his encounters
and write down his story. He started doing this in the 1980's, having told
his then to-be wife about his experiences six months after meeting her.
He shared the secret, but not with many people. The manuscript was
intended to be his biography, leaving behind to his family the
documentation of what had been his remarkable encounters with the Tall
White aliens while serving as a simple weather observer at Area 51,
Nevada. Originally written as a fictional account with changed names
and locations to protect himself and those who had served with him in
the Air Force, Charles Hall later made clear that his series of four books,
"Millenial Hospitality", is as close to a documentary as possible. It took
him years to live through the emotions of each encounter again, and to
write down every detail as best as he could remember.
"I enlisted in the USAF in July 1964. After completing basic training at
Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas, I was trained as a USAF weather
observer at USAF Weather Training School at Chanute AFB, Illinois. My
duties were that of a USAF weather observer during my entire service in
the USAF. In late March or early April of 1965, I was assigned to the
weather squadron stationed at Nellis AFB at Las Vegas, Nevada. I was
stationed at Nellis AFB from the early spring of 1965 until May 1967.
While I was permanently stationed at Nellis AFB, Nevada, I was assigned
to several temporary tours of duty as the duty weather observer to the
Nellis gunnery ranges that are located at Indian Springs, Nevada."
Elsewhere, one can read about what Charles Hall did after he left the
"After the service, Charles married and earned a Masters degree in
Nuclear Physics at San Diego State University. He also did post graduate
work at the University of Maine at Bangor. Raising a family pushed
memories of the terror and unprecedented experiences on the Indian
Springs gunnery ranges into the background, but they couldn’t be
forgotten. Charles began work writing his memoirs for his children and
grandchildren in his spare time. Eighteen years later, his wife Marie
convinced him to publish what eventually became the Millennial
Hospitality series of three books. Because of the nature of the material, it
seemed prudent to change the names of friends and places to protect the
privacy of others. The Millennial Hospitality series is an account of one
man's experiences with extraterrestrials in the Nevada desert while in the
service of the government."
Charles Hall Alien encounters
The civillian pilot David Coote has located three of the servicemen who
were stationed at Nellis AFB with Charles Hall, and they confirm the
basic parameters, though these people did not experience the close
encounters that Charlie did. The particular circumstances and
characteristics of this story will unfold while you, the reader, become
familiar with the story. We have inserted segments from an interview that
the Belgian magazine Karmapolis did with Charles Hall around 2005, as
both the questions (Karma One) and Mr. Hall's answers are very concise
and carry a lot of clarifying detail. In other words, they should help you
to wrap your head around this.
It seems that many people tend to think or say something along the
following lines: "If this story is true, how come this person can tell it,
write a book about it, be in a documentary film like "Fastwalkers", give
interviews? How come Charles Hall is not stopped or silenced by some
agency who keeps a lid on the alien presence on Earth?"
Karma One : Have you been the victim of threats, pressures or
manipulations coming from the Air Force (your ex-employers) or the US
government in general?
Charles Hall : No. Remember, as I describe in "Millennial Hospitality" in
the chapter entitled "The Happy Charade" the decision to send me, and
no one else, out to the ranges, was made by a committee of individuals
that included the Tall Whites as well as high ranking USAF Generals and
other high ranking members of the U.S. Government. The Tall Whites are
very meticulous about keeping their agreements and expect the U.S.
Government to be equally meticulous about keeping its agreements as
well. If I were victimized or threatened by anyone, The Tall Whites would
interpret that to mean that the U.S. Government could not be trusted to
keep its agreements. The consequences would be enormous. Remember
also that I was a weather observer. I was an enlisted man. I was never
shown any classified documents. I was never given any classified
briefings. I was never a part of any classified program such as building
secret aircraft. I never took any photographs. I did not bring any
government property, anything material, any diary, or log book with me
when I came off the ranges.
I came off the ranges (of the military base) with only my memories.
To really absorb the enormous impact of Charles Hall's accounts with the
Tall White aliens, you must give yourself the time to watch his
interviews. This is not something you want to just rush over. He is great
to listen to, he sticks to his immediate personal experiences though he is
willing to expand beyond, readily admitting that he does not know many
answers, and that he was not in a position to know. What is left still
knocks off your socks if you are halfway aware of what you hearing.
He was simply the "Teacher's Pet", one of the Tall White alien females (all
TW on Nellis AFB have these code names), and not a high-ranking
military bigwig with stars, inside knowledge, and a high security
At the bottom of this article you will find the full-length videos.
Here is a ten-minute excerpt, straight into the juicy details of the
experience of being around Tall White aliens:
Tall Whites: ET Experiences in the Nevada Desert pt. 3
The Tall Whites very much resemble humans in that they are nice to
superiors or equals in rank, but have little respect for common foot
soldiers. Charles Hall seems to have been part of an experiment where
his relative (hard-earned) equanimity in the presence of these aliens
allowed them to introduce their alien newcomers to Earth. To have a first
close look at one of those strange humans, one without much rank, but
one who would not freak out or panic or do threatening or unexpected
things. Such events, in their view, obliged them or justified to kill the
human. This happened with the consent of the high-ranking US military,
who would never let such an incident get in the way of the alien-human
exchange of goods and services. The Tall whites are highly individualistic,
so the can not be one characterization of their attitude which would do
justice to their personality spectrum.
Tall White male
Hall had to overcome his intense fear during the first six months that he
was stationed at Indian Springs gunnery ranges before he was able to
simply stand the experiences, which he thought to be waking dreams at
first. Multi-star generals came walking through his lonely barracks with
Tall White aliens in the middle of the night, talking about this and that,
so one can imagine that airman first class Hall, who had to get up at 3
am, was slighly unsure about reality as such.
High-ranking TW generals do speak English. Their natural language is
entirely non-human, including ultrasound pitches so that they seem to
not be communicating. When they wear their electronic communication
devices, they can directly implant language into the human, and read the
human's mind. They are not capable of mind-reading, their technology is.
Tall White adult and child. Artwork by Teresa Barbatelli
Karma One : As far as you know, the organization of their society could
be compared to what kind of structure? A militaristic society,
centralized? A kind of democracy? Or a society oriented on science and
Charles Hall : It was my personal observation that their society has an
organization very similar to our own American society or to the societies
in western Europe.
Karma One : When we read your account, you show that you feel a deep
feeling of amazement and fear toward the Tall Whites. They look
humanoid but they don't look like we do. Can you describe what were the
first kind of emotions (in the amazement range feelings) when you saw
them for the first time? What precisely attracted your attention? The
glowing light? The size?
Charles Hall : For those who have not read my first book, and to answer
your question, it is important to remember that I simply had no point of
reference for the experience of meeting creatures not of this planet. I had
no briefing. It was night. It was pitch dark. It was in the large empty
barracks on the Indian Springs base where I had my bunk. I was
completely alone in the barracks. The reality is much different than one
might suppose. I lived with them for two years and even toward the end
of that time, the experience was never relaxing. For those old enough to
remember what innocent times the early to mid-sixties were, I think they
might have less difficulty understanding how unprecedented my
Below, a reconstructed rendering of the view towards the peak with one
of the Tall White underground bases.
Prior to being deployed as a weather observer on Nellis AFB, Charles had
completed tests in convergent and divergent reasoning, scoring high
marks. Later in his life he earned a masters degree in nuclear physics
and eventually developed the Hall Photon Theory, which explains the
fundamentals of the alien propulsion technology to reach multiples of the
speed of light. Actually, about 25 times the speed of Albert Einstein in
his shitty underwear (a true story, but not now).
The close interaction from 1965 to 1967 was limited to situations where
the Tall White aliens either observed Charlie's chores like launching
weather balloons and taking wind speed readings, or when they brought
along their children, who were intensely curious. Like, on their frequent
outings to the playgrounds around the bases.
I know, it sounds insane. But that's just because you are hearing it
There were instances where Charlie could pose questions to the Tall
Whites. In most if not all cases, the alien Tall White females were much
more prone to conversation than their male counterparts.
Charles Hall never took photos. The military areas where the described
events took place are, rather obviously, secret. But here is how we still
have some fantastic visual cues to where the greatest alien stories (so far)
happened. Below excerpt from Gerry Zeitlin's site describes the situation.
Visit his site for much more great visual material. A selection of the Tall
Whites surroundings, shown as renderings with Gerry’s original
captions, follows his introduction.
"The story cries out for visuals of these elements. Yet it was not possible
for Hall to provide us with anything other than his memories.
Visuals would have had value beyond the esthetic: they also would have
demonstrated the feasibility of some of the things Hall describes. For
example, he writes that he was able to view the Tall Whites' main hangar
entrance high in the mountains 30 miles north of his Range 3 theodolite
position on the desert floor. A photograph of that unlikely view would
have helped to support the story.
Twenty years after his discharge from the Air Force, Hall began writing
down his experiences, and after another twenty years, published them,
at first presenting his books as works of fiction. Had he never reversed
himself and begun claiming them to be true stories albeit slightly
modified to protect the identities of some of the characters, there would
have been no point in going back and trying to reconstruct the events as
they took place on the ground.
When he was writing his stories, he did not know that it might be
possible to reconstruct how they fitted into the landscape and in that
way test the possibility of what he claimed to have viewed.
He did not know that high resolution elevation data and satellite imagery
of the Nellis ranges would ever be made available to the public, or that
software capable of rendering photorealistic images from the raw data
would be widely available.
And yet, these things have come to pass, and this makes it possible to
create realistic illustrations and even a video animation of at least one
element of his story: the landscape in which it takes place."
Nellis Air Force Base with its associated "restricted ranges" occupies
more than 5000 square miles of southern and central Nevada desert.
Nellis is a vast military reservation, home of "top gun" flight training,
exotic and leading-edge R&D projects. To the civilian airman, Nellis lies
under restricted airspace, which makes it in effect a "no-fly zone". To the
rest of us, it is a no-man's land, a blank spot on the map, a black hole
out of which no information may come.
The peak containing the hangar, viewed along the line of sight from the
Range 3 theodolite (which was Hall's usual viewing position), but only 4.2
km from the peak. The time is just before sunset. The blue/white star
marks the position of the hangar entrance. The red/white star designates
the location of a picnic area (!) which is what first caught Hall's attention.
The hangar door was hidden among the trees and was hard to spot
(through the theodolite from 30 miles away) when closed.
Note: the landscape renderings on this page do not actually depict trees.
Ground-level (elevation 2 m) view from the theodolite position toward the
high ground at the north end of Indian Spring Valley. The peak
containing the main hangar and housing is faintly seen on the distant
skyline to the right of center.
Looking west into the Tall Whites' favorite rest and play area. A scout
craft hangar was built into the south (left) wall of this canyon area.
"Another shockingly good rendition. It sure brings back the memories.
However, there is an additional arroyo that [this figure] does not show
because of the resolution. It runs through the center of the valley. This
image was prepared from 1/3 arcsecond-resolution elevation data.
Karma One : Did the Teacher ever tell you if other human beings like us
exist in other region of the universe, or are we quite unique?
Charles Hall : Yes. As I stated in my answer to question #4, I quote from
"Millennial Hospitality II The World We Knew" in the chapter entitled
"Are there many planets like the Earth out in space?" I asked.
"Yes," she (The Teacher) responded. "There are quite a few. However,
humans are the only people that we have seen who live so closely with
their animals. For example, you feel comfortable milking cows, riding
horses, and playing with dogs. Every one of those animals could kill you,
but you naturally use your intelligence to determine how each of those
animals is thinking. Then you naturally take control of them. Only
humans do that. On most planets, once people become intelligent, they
don't want to have anything to do with the animals that are much less
intelligent then they are, so they kill them off.
"Also, humans will eat almost anything. On all of the other planets, the
intelligent people will only eat plants. We, for example, only eat plants."
Here are two long videos that will shed a lot more light on the pale, blueeyed
Tall White Aliens.
Long video clips and interviews with Charles Hall
You need to jump to the 5:10 mark in the following video. The
microphone is turned off as Charles Hall is introduced, but as soon as he
starts, the audio is perfect.
XCon 2005 -- Charles Hall -- The Tall Whites -- ET Experiences in the
Tall White Aliens I Lived With in Area 51
So, now what? Wait for the movie to be made? Read the four books that
Charlie wrote about those two years in the mid-60's, when he was pretty
much surrounded while manning his lonely post by Tall White alien
generals, guards, medics, women, and particularly children?
You must decide for yourself whether this story is what it appears to be,
a highly complex and detailed description of actual events -- or a totally
Stay tuned for part 4, which will present a large variety of alien species.