posted on Dec, 23 2007 @ 02:34 AM
I have heard that there is a secret underground base:
1. The Red Pyramid in Egypt:[b/]
a. The military have fenced it off to outsiders, and chase any curious folk away at gun point.
b. Nobody knows whose military it is out there, and the Egyptian authorities wont verify whose military nor why this particular pyramid has been
denied to the public.
c. I have heard here and there, that there is a large facility, modern in appearance, white walls of unknown material, predating the pyramid
sitting on top of it. It is packed full of advanced ancient technology, whether ours or theirs I don't know. It was found all crated up and stacked
neatly, like whoevers technology this was, they were getting ready to ship everything somewhere, but it never left the building.
2. Wright Patterson Air Force Base:[b/]
a. A vast underground network facility located on Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio called "Hangar 18".
b. Which was made into a movie, nice cover...
c. I think you might have already listed this one.
3. Underwater bases off the coast of Puerto Rico:[b/]
a. Energy generation facility.
b. And something to do with portals.
4. Lockheed facility in California:[b/]
a. Radar tests involving large triangular and spherical craft.
b. These tests were conducted above ground, however the crafts they were testing couldn't fit inside their aboveground buildings, so they had to
have come from somewhere.
5. Hennepin Power Plant, north of Hennepin, Illinois:
a. All the power generated, doesn't leave the facility.
b. The layout of the transformers indicate that the two power line connecting the plant to the outside world, are drawing electricity in.
c. Many small farmsteads in the surrounding area, have been cleared of people, and sit delapitated and unused I think I counted eleven.
d. Heard from the locals that the folks who were bought out, had often complained about the odd noises from underground, and the occasional
violent shaking of their houses.
e. There is also a four lane highway leading to Hennepin, (population at most 1400). The four lane highway, (I180) was built about 1975 a
multimillion dollar road leading nowhere.
6. Badger Army Amunition Plant:
a. South of Baraboo Wisconsin.
b. Heard it was shut down for fear of; an accidental explosion, or it being a potential target in war time.
c. That a detonation might impinge on a vital link of the East-West tunnel system that was found under the base.
7. Blackball Mine:
a. I read at one time in "book form" that at Black Ball Mine, when coal miners broke into a room found deep underground there was a stone door
with intricate carvings, when they opened the door they saw fiendish ghouls clamoring over themselves, to get to the miners, but the ghouls could not
get past the door opening, the miners slammed the door shut, sealed their mine tunnel, and reported it to the papers, calling it the "Door to
b. The mine was shut down, soon after.
c. I don't know the location of the Black Ball Mine, and I can't find any info online, nor can I find the book I read it in, I believe there
are two mines that went by that name, but I don't know whch one it refered too.
d. There is the one in New Zealand: The Mine closed in 1939.
e. Or the one in central Illinois between LaSalle and Utica.
I know most of these are hear-say, but I don't know of anyway to prove or disprove them.
Some of them are tunnel systems linking to very nasty creatures, and some must be used for cross country transport.
I read online of a general at the white house standing behind the president in one of his addresses, Live on CNN, now 20 minutes later cut to a
protest march, on a local channel in Los Angeles, the general was seen with his wife, and only 20 minutes had past for him to get from DC, to Los