posted on Nov, 19 2009 @ 01:10 PM
Camp Hero was used as a coastal defense station in WWII. There was a lot of equipment there- shore guns, artillery, air defense guns, etc. Everything
you need to repel an invasion. It was also used to train personnel on the implementation of these weapons.
To this day we store ammunition for such weapons in underground concrete bunkers, and they look exactly like the "hill bunkers" in the video. I have
a complex of them about 3 miles north of my house.
If they were regularly firing the guns for training and maintaining a magazine sufficient to repel a possible invasion, it would make sense that there
would be a fair number of these bunkers on Camp Hero. They would probably be located fairly close to the shoreline, although there would be some
farther inland to supply land artillery set to drop shells on the beach.
I don't know enough about the area to "debunk" anything about Camp Hero, but thats my "most likely" explaination on the bunkers that were
presented. I've seen so many of them that I automatically recognized them as ammo bunkers.
PS- Camp Hero was named after MG Andrew Hero, Army Chief of Costal Artillery.