posted on Oct, 3 2006 @ 10:23 AM
Yes, it IS a hoax site.
However, I am actually from Lynchburg and have been living there for most of my life. The Valleyville stories have been around for a while and, as
far as I can tell, is legit although the turth has been stretched.
Also, there are 2 different stories. One is that it was a small town that, during WWII was used as some sort of a training ground. The reason it is
said to "not exist" is due to some sort of a hazardous spill during these training sessions. The other story is far more fishy; it states that the
town was sort of like a military base, only it was used as a sort of Montauk site where top secret advanced technological experiments were undergone
(ie; time travel, invisibilty, that sort of thing).
The area of land is there. All roads are blocked off and, even if you can get beyond the blocked roads, the older roads that lead to it were torn up
long ago. Keep in mind, this is all heresay, things I've heard for most of ly life. But there isn't ahy sort of a no-fly zone around that area, so
I say there is nothing going on.