posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 04:25 PM
reply to post by TXMACHINEGUNDLR
The only restricted areas at Walker lake are the south end at the munitions depot and the north end which is Piaute reservation land that is part of
Schurz. The munitions depot was built in the 50's after the pier and storage area at New Jersey blew up. It's well documented! It was moved to a
move secure area to avoid attack. Just like Cheyenne Mountain, the middle of the country is safer from surprise attacks.
The east and west side of the lake are wide open. There is a road through the depot to access the east side. I have done it many times, even at night.
Yes there is security for the depot, but if you don't stop in the depot they don't care. You can stop at the main gate and get directions to the
east side. The west side is residential and commercial property. Before diversion of water for agriculture the road was on the east side of the lake.
Just like the train tracks.
The south end is part of the depot and is not safe. There are live munitions and mortars that were tested at the south end. They restirct access to
avoid people being hurt or blown up. The north end is land that was given to the Piaute's and is part of the Piaute/Schurz area reservation. The area
that is used for housing, farming, hunting and fishing.
I fished the lake 4 or 5 times a week for 2 years. I used side scanning sonar and never saw any subs in the lake. Just tufa formations (calcium
carbonate) from natural spring processes in the lake. If you have ever been to the lake there is tufa evidnece everywhere. Just like a lot of other
saline lakes in Nevada, California, and Utah (Walker, Pyramid, Mono). Major universities and the USGS have surveyed the lake and released the bottom
scan of the lake to the public.
Maybe the lake monster is real too and it travels from LocNess to Lake Champlain. There is a painting in town across from the El Capitain, it's in
the water right next to Eds' boat. The lake is a terminal lake. It has been completely dry at least 4 time over the past 10,000 years and it is on
its way to drying up again. It evaporates off 4 to 5 feet every year and the state has to purchase water from the reservoirs at Brideport and Topaz
just to maintain the lake level. If there was a tunnel wouldn't the lake just completely drain being 4,300 feet above sea level?