Ok - well I've come to the conclusion most of what you can read on the internet about Skull and Bones is retarded, and that the fraternity sounds
like a psuedo-homosexual club for a bunch of kids whose daddies have a lot of money to waste.
Why? Because the researchers with all the "big bad scary stories" seem to have it all wrong - one says they watched in on a secret meeting in the
Skull and Bones' courtyard.
What courtyard? They don't have a courtyard!
Anyway - that's not the point.
I found a satellite image of the building - it was difficult because all these conspiracy nuts seem to not know how to look at a street address (none
of them tell you where the "Tomb" is physically located).
After doing that I was able to use New Haven, CT parcel maps to find a tax appraiser's map for the city.
The street number is probably 66 High St. New Haven, CT (for anyone else as unfortunately lacking in information as I was).
But, because 66 High St doesn't exist in the tax appraisal I have deemed the actual address to be 64 High St.
64 High St is appraised at a total land and building value of about $500,000 big ones.
That's pittence compared to the next door 120 High St. which building and property value is running for a measley $44,923,830 ... that's at 70% the
actual value (this is appraisals).
The Building is owned by one "RTA Incorporated".
The Building is designated as a "Store/Shop MDL-94" I'm not sure what that means exactly - I figure it's just basic since the building doesn't
have a bedroom or bathroom.
Sadly they don't give an actual floor plan.
Conspiracy theorists talk about there being two floors - I knew from external photographs that there was a basement (the door is on the right flank)
but - I don't think there's a second floor, and I'm betting the basement is (because it's unfinished) without comforts and probably used for
The ceilings are 10 feet tall which is the hight of the door. No registered Attic - no second floor mentioned. Since there's a "helicopter pad"
on the roof one would imagine a roof access....from the satellite imagery I see no evidence of a helicopter pad, there's a basic railing for work but
that's about all I see...roof access is probably through a ladder.
There is probably a crawlspace between the ground floor and roof - probably 5 feet or so.
In short - not a lot of information on said building...probably most likely just not a lot of notewhile stuff in there. Anything of worth is likely
to be stowed somewhere until they open up shop.