posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 12:12 AM
If you get a copy of Harry Helms "Top Secret Tourism", Site-R and similar "bunkers" are profiled. Site-R, Mount Weather, etc are all well
documents on the net and have been known by the general public for years. What isn't covered well in book or the internet are the COG (Continuity of
It's been my opinion for a long time that if it gets to the point that we need these facilities, then the people they are trying to protect
(government) don't deserve the protection!
Back to Helm's book, I get the feeling he didn't visit every facility in the book. I can tell you the Napa CA COG is mighty hard to reach without
trespassing. Rather he summed up all the known facilities. The Nevada facilities appear to have his own photos. I'm not dissing the book, but rather
just reflecting the scale of the book. Just be warned that if you are really up on your government facilities, you won't find anything new in the
book. James Bamford's "Shadow Factory" was better at revealing facilities I never knew about.
Trevor Paglen has a new book in the works with photos of some facilities. If you go to his website, the photo in the upper right is a NSA surveillance
facility in the "quiet zone".
If you are in NYC, photos of these secret "stuff" will be on exhibit at the New Museum in mid-October. I use the word "stuff" since the
photographs are not limited to buildings. The exhibit is not on the New Museum website yet.