posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 09:08 PM
I lived in Green River for over three years. While the old military base is known to be "creepy" by the young adventurous youth of the town (what
else to they have to do???), I would say the only viable explanation is an underground base that is accessed from very far away. Unless of course,
one of the local motels has a secret entrance "Get Smart" style.
In all seriousness, some of those adventurous youth were out (in MY minivan without my permission, none the less), exploring the desert south and east
of the Crystal Geyser. They found what one of them described to me recently as what appeared to be an abandoned drill area. In all their
youthfulness, they started climbing around on the structure. Keeping in my mind, these particular youth are fearless...all four of them
simultaneously felt a very creepy feeling and a foreboding sense of extreme danger, and one said "we need to get out of here" and they all readily
agreed and left as quickly as possible. Again, nothing has ever creeped out at least two of these boys ever before.
My take...it was my first confirmation that there may well indeed be an underground base accessed by far off tunnels and protected at least in one
sense, by some sort of signal the brain interprets as danger.
And I have to say to those of you who post, nah why would it be here... it is the perfect god-forsaken terrain in a downtrodden, "heads down" small
town (too busy just surviving to notice anything else) to HAVE an underground base. With tunnel access from a busier, well disguised area....WHY NOT!
I'd love to hear responses...