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“We were just walking along exploring the area like we normally do”, explained Sarah Cristo, one of the teenagers who found the bunker. “We noticed that the ground was a bit softer in an area, and that’s when we noticed the ladder.”
The group of four teenagers came upon a small enclosure that lead into what appears to be a small sized storage pod that was used as a type of underground housing unit. It appears as if a large hole was dug into the ground, and the pod was placed in there.
“It appears as if whoever set up this type of underground bunker certainly took their time”, explained park forest ranger, Brad Stuffers. “They would have had to dig the entire hole into the ground, and then place the pod in there. There is also a circular hole cut into the top for easy entrance and exit of the pod.”
Investigators are unsure exactly who owns the unit or how it got there, but it appears as if the underground bunker has been there for several months. There were several items found inside the pod that led people to believe that it would be used on a routine basis.
“We found several survival food supply items, bottled water, and changes of clothing”, explained Stuffers. “There were no personal artifacts or anything that gave us a clear indication of who may have owned this pod or created this underground bunker.”
Many storage pods have a small tracking device that allows the company they are rented from to track the unit. However, it appears as if the person who owned the unit sawed off the numbers to make them virtually untraceable.
“We tried to find the numbers that would allow us to track the storage unit”, said Stuffers. “But unfortunately the numbers have been filed down so we are unable to read them. The small internal tracking device was also disconnected. We have no way to track it.”
Park rangers plan on removing the underground bunker as soon as investigators are done searching the unit. It will take almost 4 tons of dirt to fill in the hole that was dug.
reply to post by TheProphetMark
Somebody is going to poop their pants when they find out that their bunker isn't their anymore. They'll probably think the aliens stole it just so "nobody can escape" to the coming events. That's assuming if they don't read the news of coarse.
Originally posted by detachedindividual
Right, so a bunch of kids found it, didn't take any pics on their cell phones, and reported it instead of keeping it to themselves?
No names are mentioned in the article, and the article has a very convenient link to a storage company randomly placed in the text...
There's no mention of who the land belongs to, or that it would take more than one person to do this. How did they get the pod to the location without someone delivering it, and don't you think the person delivering it would have noticed the huge hole he was putting it into?
You all just got owned. IMO.