posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 09:37 PM
I wouldn't quite call it a hoax.... Not exactly.. but they don't go more than a few miles.
Want some better views?
The angle is a bit weird here but it's the best Google Earth does. One of these days, I'll get over there in my car and shoot some direct photos since
it is right here in town. Those are the limestone storage 'caverns' from the mining which form the Springfield Underground. There is another like it
at Carthage Missouri and a MASSIVE complex covering a many many square miles in Kansas City.
This is what it looks like inside the one here.
O&S Trucking as well as Prime Inc (The Bobtails at the end were all Prime. The numbering on the back of the cab tells me that much) are both based in
Springfield, and within a couple miles of those underground Kraft Cheese storage vaults. It's an enormous series of warehouses for cheese...among
other things. The underground nature of it keeps a stable year around temp so it's the ultimate in low cost storage of mid-cool range stuff on temps,
It's also VERY low humidity so some areas, rumor has it, are National Archives and other things around Missouri.
It kinda brings back memories because I recognize the trucks and the facility.
If it HAD been of a military nature, I can say with certainty, no one with a camera and without official clearance would be that close to a controlled
entrance. It's almost stupidly overboard for security, or was, when I got out a couple years ago.
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