posted on Mar, 18 2020 @ 02:41 PM
For starters, I don't know if I'll be able to post this according to forum standards because I was just talking to the Police Captain and he's the
one who informed me and he'd just heard it so there's nothing about it in the news yet. So you all heard it here first. Second, I'm posting this
here under general conspiracies because with the State Park's location, I would like to somewhat link it with something else from 2012 that you all
The name of the town is Doyline and our population was 785 in 2017 so I would assume it's lower than that because it goes down a little more each
year since its peak in 2013. Let's rewind to September or October 2012 for a moment. Residents were awaken around 11:00 pm when the ground shook and
windows rattled or blew out. I was one of them. Within an hour or two, the Sheriff made a statement that the explosion wasn't from a faulty bomb
stored in the bunker of explosives and had no other answers (no need to go into detail). The next day as I passed the location, the federal government
was there and soon after, the same Sheriff said it was a bomb that went off inside the bunker. Nothing added up at all so my final conclusion, a
theory of course, was that it was a drone missile test because witnesses as far west as Longview, TX saw something with a sparkling tail blazing east.
Doyline is a very small town so if the missile didn't hit its mark then it would have blown up in Doyline with minimal casualties.
Camp Minden Explosion
Back to the State Park being used as the testing facility and quarantine area for state residents who have contracted or are suspected of contracting
COVID-19. My immediate thought is that, due to Doyline being such a small town, if the patients are transported or sent there for quarantine and
testing and something goes awry, there's not a huge amount of space to cover and if it spreads to the town, the casualties would be minimal, even if
the entire city fell victim to the virus. The Fire Department has to keep a crew there 24/7 as well, and we only have one FD.
I'm sorry I don't have more information and I know you all prefer a link for evidence, I'm the same way, but at this time I have nothing other than
word of mouth from those who are always the first to know. My dad is the Fire Commissioner and he has also confirmed this.
Any thoughts on why an operation that could become large would be sent to a small town?