Desert Invasion - U.S.

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

Set 4 - The most dangerous National Park in the United States

Abandoned car. Looking west along the border, a mile or two west of Lukeville. The vehicle barrier stops shortly past this point and has not been completed due to lack of funding (2004).


Looking south across the border, a mile or two west of Lukeville. All that protects the border is a barbed wire fence. Here the fence has been cut to form a typical vehicle entry for illegals and drug runners.

Looking west across the border, two miles west of Lukeville. The barbed wire fence separating the border has been cut, forming a vehicle entry point. Vehicles entering illegally here are only a few minutes away from Highway 85, where they drive north out of the National Monument.


Same as photo on the left, with a close-up perspective showing abandoned camper shell. This picture is taken from Puerto Blanco Drive, which parallels the border. This scenic loop road within Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument has been closed to the American public because of safety concerns. (2004). (See detailed map).

Looking north from Puerto Blanco Drive into Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Visitors can no longer travel this scenic road. Illegal alien vehicles and drug runners routinely use the road to enter into the United States.


Looking east along Puerto Blanco Drive into Mexico, toward Lukeville and Sonoyta.


See Organ Pipe National Monument invasion pictures:
      Set 1 - invasion
      Set 2 - overview
      Set 3 - along the border
      Set 4 - most dangerous park
      Set 5 - Kris Eggle - in memoriam

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