posted on Jan, 11 2009 @ 11:36 AM
I was born in the Brunssum regio.
This underground base is a former coal mine. The coalmines )statemines' where connecteted underground. Look op Maurits, Emma, Hendrik coalmines or
Staatsmijnen. After closing these mines nato-americans took this mine the Hendrik over. The main site is in Brunssum the main industrial site of this
mine. They used the old shaft building as communication building..so they say. Took it down in the early 90´s and build a new modern concrete tower.
The site is heavly guarded. There seems to be a connection with another old shaft of the Hendrik mines near Schinnen, I believed it was called shaft 4
or 5. There seems to be an entrance over there but also that shaft, almost the same structure, has been turned down. There still is a garded entrance
there. You allso have several major stock site of militairy equipment in Eygelshoven and Brunssum. Allso there are several bigger militairy airports
just over de border in Germany. Awacs near Schinveld and English tornados at Brùggen near Roermond-Heinsberg. However there was recently an allmost
nuce incident at Brùggen article in tha lokal papers. An Englisch nuke dropped from his cart on the airport in the past. So it´s absolutly possible
that nukes allso have been stored in the Nato base or basses in Schinnen and Brunssum. Some people believe that all these baeses are connected
underground. I myself found a waterworks builing in a nearby village that was heavely seccured and painted in with millitairy paint... I looked like a
entrance to something. Also there was a grasfield in this village neighborhood that looked as a soccerfield as flat as it was but there was a concrete
structure untherneath.. You can see the base in Schinnen from this field in the woods on a hil near the village and te watercompany building
Recently German militairy took over lots of the facility..the site looks a bit worn down at some parts. Allthough they renewed their enthrance gate
that looks realy modern nowadays. A lot of the personal croweded our aerea in the 70´s and 80 ´s. They lived everywhere in our neighbourhood and
they did have special stores and numberplates with afc on them. Because of security reasons they changed the number plates allso they drive more
european an japanese build cars nowadays. The sites are still up and running. The Bruggen airfield will or is closed down nowadays. When I was on
hollidays in Scotland we saw a big old massion with a sign traspassing probitted. But we drove down the driveway to have a better look at the castle.
A guy came out asking what we are dooing on his property. After a short chat it turned out he worked and lived in Brunssum at afcent. A friend of me
told me that he once had to do some technical work at pipings at that site working for a plumbing company. He got currious and took a look at the site
and an armed prived threathed him with a rifle and they took him to ask some questions into an office. To warned him that he could have been shot. But
anyhow I don´t know how creddible his story is...maybe he is making this up. You can google earth the faccility. It is at the and at The Hendriklaan,
to the south. Near Brunssumerheide Nieuwenhagen direchtion or Kerkrade direction but just at the end of the Hendriklaan the entrance is a bit to the
east at the roundabout. a the left from that rounabout is a storige site to the south west at the A2 highway is the other entrance at schinnen Bruggen
is nearby Roermond and at Schinveld there is the Awacs airfield just over the German Border.