YouTuber Kenny Veach went missing in 2014 after returning to Picture Canyon to try and relocate an ominous M-shaped cave he discovered on a previous hike. Nearly a decade later, shocking new details have emerged. When he disappeared, the adventurous videographer was only several miles away from an underground encampment of tall white aliens previously located by base personnel.
In his last video, the 47-year-old adventurist said he was attempting to relocate the entrance to an M-shaped cave somewhere on or around Sheep Peak near the Area 51 demarcation line.
Before heading into the desert wilderness on Oct 17, 2014, Veach can be seen on video standing by an old mineshaft describing the path he plans to take to trace his steps back to the M-cave before becoming confused about why he did not see the entrance as he passed through a narrow canyon a second time.
Veach, known as Snakebitmcgee on YouTube, described the cave as approximately five feet in diameter and readily accessible from the desert path at ground level in a narrow canyon where you could nearly reach out and touch the opening. However, when he discovered it, Veach couldn’t enter the cave because it vibrated his entire body the closer he got to the entrance, which badly scared him.
By sundown, the YouTuber made his final report giving a status update on the cave. In poor spirits, Veach seemed perplexed that he didn’t find the same cave where he was confident he knew the location.
“I am in the canyon, and I havn’t found the cave,” he explained.
In his last words on YouTube, Veach said:
“Well that’s it. I’ll talk to you when I get back to my truck, bye.”
After spotting a big horned sheep and signing off to the YouTube crowd, nightfall set in.
On November 10, 2014, at his viewers’ request, Veach returned to the area a third time without his camera to attempt to locate the cave, and Veach was never heard from again.
Days later, authorities found his cellular phone by the old mine shaft, yet search crews didn’t discover any trace of Kenny. Service dogs attempted to track Kenny but abruptly lost his scent.
Adding tantalizing tidbits to an already fascinating story, it turns out that former Nellis Airforce Base worker Charles Hall authored the book series Millennial Hospitality which explains the location of a hostile encampment of tall white aliens embedded slightly Northwest of Dogbone Lake. Hall claims he discovered an encampment when an evil tall white alien attempted to kill him—leaving Hall facedown on the desert floor with a gash in his neck while other tall whites watched.
The documentary Walking With the Tall Whites (2020) is based on Hall’s writings. In the film, Hall maintains that an alien craft blocked his vehicle from proceeding down a desert road while working for the military in Indian Springs Valley.
Despite search efforts, the missing YouTuber Kenny Veach’s body has never been found, and the story remains a mystery to this day.
Did the YouTuber cross onto the base property where he was detained or killed for something he shouldn’t have? Did the elements of nature get the best of him? Or did he encounter hostile subterranean aliens? You be the judge.
Listen to this epic episode of the Shepard Ambellas Show, documenting the details.
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