posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 07:56 PM
The pole in the doughnut... Area 19
The following is conjecture:
From the design, I suspect that it was an EMP test stand. Back in the cold war, when the military needed to test hardened electronics, they couldn't
just set off another nuclear device. So they used an EMP simulator. The capacitors needed to supply the pulse would be underground. The football, or
test coil would go up on the phone pole. Vehicles could be driven up to the pole to test the electronics on board. Probably wasn't all that efficient
back in that time. So that might explain the power line that goes underground. Now it could be a major underground facility, but the equipment needed
was probably buried for security reasons.
Now, if you want to see if it's still in use, you can follow the high power line to it's southern intersection. Being along a highway, it would be
easily accessable, and on public access property. Look and see if the swithces at the transfer point are still enabled. If not, the site is probably
abandoned. If they are enabled, and the line is hot, you can tell if it's operating by getting close enough to one of the towers to see if there is
any radio hash in a receiver. DO NOT climb the tower!!! The voltages involved will fry you on the spot. In high power radio, it's called death on
contact. But if it is powered up, you will also be able to detect a magnetic signature. If is is drawing power, the magnetic field should be very
Another way to see what;s going on, is to drive up tho the point where the lines go underground. Again, an electromagnetic signature will be
available. Just remember one thing, you will be on US Government controlled property!! Don't be foolish. If armed personnel approach you and tell you
to leave, LEAVE! To do otherwise will get you into a detention cell, at the very least... When I guarded Nuclear Weapons, if you did not comply with
my directive, I would have shot you. I'm sure the people providing security in the area are of the same mindset!
If I lived close to that area, I would go myself. But that is not possible at the present time. Maybe someday....
Let me know if you find anything....