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Green River Ccomplex photos and video

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posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 10:24 AM
We recently returned from a long trip in Utah to investiage several secrerative goverment facilities. I made it a point to stop by and photograph the green river complex which seems to have a absense of photos on the net. I will post my pictures shortly.

A remote Army facility in eastern Utah was called "the New Area 51" in Popular Mechanics Magazine's June cover story. According to the magazine, the Green River Complex, along with Michael Air Field at Dugway Proving Ground, may become an aviation test complex, replacing the overpublicised Groom Lake base known as "Dreamland" and "Area 51

posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 10:30 AM

machines we saw that were actively digging in this supposedly abandoned facility.



[edit on 25-9-2008 by hiii_98]

posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 10:54 AM

There have been other military "things" that have happened in this
area in the past. North of this site, in an area near "the wedge over
look" is a large tunnel. I have visited this site a few times. It is
difficult to find. You could drive past it and never see it. In fact
even walking around you have to look for it. This tunnel is massive. I
think it is about 30' tall and wide, it goes for a very long distance.
It has branches like a tree off to the left and right, these are about
8' and run for an unknown distance. The entire inside was whitewashed.
On the desert floor there are holes about 3' in diameter. These were
drill above the tunnel running the lenght of it (I believe). These
were suposed to be filled with explosives and detonated. There is fuse
line still there. The damage to the tunnel is impressive. Entering the
tunnel you can see the parts which the blast caved in due to the
rubble and missing whitewash. I have not found many people in the area
that even know of this tunnel, but there are a few. I was told this
was done in the late 40's-early 50's. The blast although confined in
the bore holes and covered shook the near by towns. This is a distance
of over 20 miles.

we searched everywhere for this tunnel and i'm really dissapointed i couldnt find it. If ANYONE has any information on it please PM me and I'll make a special trip back out there to investigate.

posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 12:59 PM
reply to post by hiii_98

When you go on your trips/hikes, do you take anyone who is or has been in the military? They could help in trying to identify or look for clues when you are at an interesting site.
The one machine looks like a drill to lay cable down. The military still used cable as an alternative way to communicate, in case an EMP devise destroys other communication areas.
Thank you for sharing these finds.


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