posted on Jul, 1 2008 @ 11:08 AM
reply to post by Anonymous ATS
I was just there last saturday for like the third time. we also ventured down that tunnel...thats the rear escape tunnel. The front entrance is
covered with dirt and a pile of rocks. Our saving grace is that we are law enforcement and the park ranger who happened to come upon us didn't give
us any trouble, in fact he gave us some intel that DNR was going to try and mount a camera that records that rear entrance. I am thinking its a bluff
since noone will monitor that camera live or just covering your face will solve that problem.
as for the inside, yes it goes down about 5-6 levels. the water level is down, WAY down right now...if you would of ventured in a tad further you can
find the stairwell that leads down and you can also find the door that leads to the acutal reactor. the problem is when you go inside the reactor
(which was actually left there) is concreted in place...its about 3 feet of concrete....break that away and you have your self a nuclear reactor..lol.
Along with a death sentance I am sure. The Ranger said they just did a RAD test in April and that the count was still "up" some underground and
the hot building came down since last year...as it should. With that, I would guess if you stayed underground for to long you might find yourself a
bit sick...but who knows.
Lastly, the ranger told me that on the bottom floor of the lab there is another door with a tunnel that leads to a storage room, he said in that room
there is to be left over uranium...concreted in place...no idea why it was left behind!
By the way..if you read on DOE's site, that field you and I walked down to the rear entrance tunnel...thats the field they used when they did the RAD
tests on animals. I think it was rabbits and cows...but that field used to be hot too...