In November of 2014 Kenny Veach, a 47 year-old experienced hiker ventured off into the Nevada desert in search of a strange cave he had spotted during a previous hike near the Nellis Air Force Base. According to a comment he left on YouTube, the cave was odd and had a strange entrance that resembled the letter M. As he approached, he claimed to have felt a strong vibration engulf his entire body. The closer he got the more the vibration intensified. Whatever was inside the cave made him fear for his life. Kenny left and returned days later with proper gear and a gun for safety. That was the last time anyone saw him alive.
Kenny’s initial comment on YouTube got others intrigued on the mysterious M cave. They began requesting a follow up exploration on the cave, which Kenny vowed to do as soon as he had the proper gear and protection with him. Here’s a video response that he made shortly before vanishing.
Whatever happened to Kenny Veach?
There are several stories about the vast deserted land in Nevada. Stories of a vast cave network near the Nellis Air Force base that house aliens and other top governmental secrets. The stories play a big part of Kenny’s disappearances by offering us a paranormal explanation to his disappearance.
However these are just stories.
Kenny Veach’s disappearance in many ways is strange given his description of the cave and the fact that he vowed to return to explore the cave and never to be seen or heard from again. One can draw a paranormal conclusion from these facts and write a proper X-Files episode. However this isn’t Hollywood.
Veach claimed he found a cave that made himself feel uneasy and genuinely scared for his life. His decision to go back and investigate alone was unwise, yet understandable. He felt the safe in the desert. Safe enough to go into it alone. A mistake that probably cost him his life.
What do you think happened to Kenny Veach?
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He probably got bitten by a snake or a scorpion or something or had a heart attack or got killed by a murderer or raped.