posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 05:26 PM
reply to post by CelticHeart
Well Patricia Cornwell writes fiction. ;-)
There is plenty of spooky stuff in Virginia since it is the heart of the industrial part of the military industrial complex. I'm sure there are
office buildings with fake names on the door or no names at all. James Bamford's "The Shadow Factory" documents a few of these spy facilities, at
least the ones that do have names on the door. I located one on Google Earth, but it resembled any of the office facilities that have guard shacks
Don't fall into the "base is underground" trap. For most purposes, just renting a plain old office or industrial building is fine for your secret
organization. One of the buildings I've been in in Silicon Valley has the old security signs left in it like "No classified conversations by this
door". I never was able to find who used to occupy it, but nice of them to leave the spooky signs.
Nellis AFB used to or maybe still does run an office in a building on Flamingo. It is in the Graystone Building. It came to light during a lawsuit. I
checked it out and verified their name is not on the directory, but that doesn't mean they weren't there.