More information about the mystery of the secret of Area 51. Curious facts from history
Pictures from the life of a hero.
Before becoming the prisoner of Area 51.
Further to my article, Area 51. The Final Truth, some additional evidence has recently been brought to my attention. I am taking this opportunity of publishing it, so that there can be no more doubt as to the veracity of my account.
The first photograph that accompanies this article was taken in Moscow. The date was around 1920. It clearly shows a cat sitting with the Russian dictator Vladimar Ulyanov (Lenin). This is a picture of The Cheshire Cat. He lived in The Kremlin for about three years. He told Mr Ed, (The Talking Horse) that it was a scratch from his claws, that had been specially treated with some poison, that precipated the stroke that finally rid the world of the founder of The Soviet Union. What a pity that they hadn't met a few years earlier.
The second picture is an even earlier one. It shows the american author Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), and who do you see sitting on his lap, enjoying a good scratching? Why it is none other than our hero again. That cat certainly got around.
The truth is in here
The prisoner of area 51 was let out on licence to attempt this feat.
The final picture is a copy of a wanted poster that was posted in Cuba in 1973. There is a story behind that one.
It seems that The CIA tried many times to rid the world of Fidel Castro. The Bay of Pigs invasion was the most notorious. But they tried other methods as well. At one time they were rumoured to have put poison in his coat. In 1973 The Cheshire Cat was released from captivity for a short time to perform a special mission. Mr Ed was kept back in Area 51 as a hostage to guarantee the good behaviour of the feline agent. His mission was to materialise in the Presidential Palace in Havana and to dispatch Fidel in the same manner that he had previously used to deal with Lenin. He was fitted with the uniform in order to render him less conspicous in the den of the latin marxist dictator.
The attempt was a failure. The cuban dictator, unlike his russian counterpart, did not really like cats, and he was so well guarded that it was impossible to get near him. The Cheshire Cat was, however, spotted as he lurked around the palace, and his picture was circulated throughout Cuba. As an honourable cat he returned to Area 51. He was not willing to let the horse get punished if he did not return.
Right. There is my additional evidence. You may say that the cat in these pictures bears little resemblance to the picture of The Cheshire Cat in my original article. You need to remember that he is a shapeshifter, and therefore a master of disguise.
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