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originally posted by: IridescentPhoenix
a reply to: CharlieAtTheGap
I grew up in this area...extremely weird stuff a going down in them thar woods. Dead cows in the tops of trees. Silver triangles landing in fields everywhere... Those cave complexes are super vast and deep, there are so many crazy stories about giant aliens, snakes, and Atlanteans I've heard from old Masons in the area. Been in the military now for 21+ years...truth is stranger than fiction 1000%!
originally posted on Nov 27, 2012 by: hounddoghowlie
i was just surfing the tube, and came across, Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory show.it was about the strange goings on in the ozrak mo. now i like jesse, but i'm not a big fan of his show. it reminds me of all the syfy shows, that prove absolutly nothing exstits, or they mock and make fun of the subject. shows like, fact or fake, desation truth, and ghost hunters. i could go on raggin on these shows but i think most folks know what i mean.anyway i don't normally watch his show, but i heard illuminati, and i had to stop to watch.the jest of the show was that the iIlluminati have set up shop in the ozarks. building all kinds of underground cities and a influx of banks. this from the fan sitei don't know whats up with the air date it was on tonight.what really stood our for me is this pensmore mansion. they kept going on about it being a headquarters for the illuminati, and how it was almost nuke proof. i didn't pay real close attention to the show as i wanted to see if i could find any info on it on the web.the owner of the mansion is a former army intel officer, cia officer and owner of a software company that produce software for the U.S. govt. as best as i can tell he is also into the "green" construction business. i found pictures and a wiki entry see below.i wanted to find it on google earth, and go back to 2008 and see if maybe they might have blacked it out. but i'm not real good on google earth coordinates for it are searchPensmoreGeneral informationLocation 2700 Woods Fork Road, Highlandville, MissouriCoordinates 36°52′47″N 93°12′45″WCoordinates: 36°52′47″N 93°12′45″Wpictures of pensmore on google images, the first half are of pensmore, they look just the ones in the show.Pensmorewiki linkPensmoreand reading the wiki, this stood out to me.
Conspiracy Theory – Season 3, Episode 7: “Ozarks” Dec. 19 at 10 pm ET on truTV! Could the end of days truly be upon us? Members of the international elite – including the Illuminati – seem to think so, and have chosen the Ozark Mountain region of the United States to hide out from the apocalypse. The Conspiracy Theory team finds what appears to be construction on underground cities hidden in mountain caverns and tunnels, blocking off formerly public entrances with iron bars and heavy security. An apparent influx of banks in the rural region also seems suspect, but when they hear about round the clock construction on the biggest private house in America, reportedly built entirely of military grade materials and owned by a D.C. defense contractor, Jesse suspects something big may be happening here – just below the surface.there seems to be something about it falling into a sink hole, if you follow the link in the thrid picture, it has a news article about it. will check some more, but i cant see them airing the show if it sunk, with out saying so. but who knows.another thing that stood out was how that formally open caves in the area have been sealed off with iron bars.there are also underground cities throughout the ozarks. jesse and his crew went through one and said something about the rail road tracks, and when they came out the other side there was a rail freight yard there with a fleet of "green" cars and buses. i've seen something some where about the cities some where, i just can't place it.they also so mentioned earthquakes in the area, i don,t remember the numbers exactly but i think they said something like in 2008 there were 36 and in 2011 738 i can't quote it but it was something like that.i got to say what i did see between my searches did make me wonder, and it wouldn't even surprise me. if their speculation turned out to be true. so there you go, tell what you think.
Additionally, the rural location in Highlandville was known for lack of construction regulation. The project is not subject to building regulations or building inspections, which would have complicated construction efforts.