posted on Nov, 25 2005 @ 11:40 PM
Yeah, what he said. Just Jokin'. I thought it was hilarious that Google had your question ranked on top so soon after you posted it. It's like
that painting by Magritte where the guy looks in a mirror and see the back of his own head. Congratulations, you're a world-renowned authority on
East-Texas secret military bases!
Seriously, I've been looking for them, too. There's got to be somewhere around the central part of the state where they park those giant stealth
blimps that are cruising around Austin. You've got trees, so if youcome across an "abandoned" strip mine of at least 4 square miles, say, that
has armed guards cruising around in unmarked white SUV's (look for black-wall tires and plain rims; but then, you were (are?) military, you know what
those cheap fleet vehicles look like), and frequent visits by unmarked 18-wheelers, well,...
Up here in the Panhandle I figure it would take closer to 200 square miles AND a real big hole in the ground to hide something that big.
looks interesting but it's just
too small. Happy hunting!