posted on Apr, 15 2005 @ 04:13 PM
It's a hoax. Different researchers have independently debunked it.
I live near there and have visited the site many times both before and after this 'report' came out. There's nothing there. The entire area is
open to the public and nothing strange is going on. You can visit there if you wish and explore to your heart's content.
The 'report' was circulated around Plumas County after it first came out. Chamber of Commerce, Forest Service, county government, etc. It received
a lot of chuckles. One wag with the Chamber half-seriously suggested capitalizing on it as a tourist attraction.
BTW -- it's Plumas National Forest, not a National Park. Different entity.