Originally posted by inmana;303644
[b]The following story is from my website... CultScience! (oh yeah, by the way... there's a couple photos about this story on the site) here's the scoop:
I recieved some interesting and exciting information today. I got a phone call from an old friend, who we’ll call Mike. He’s currently investigating the underground military base rumor.
If you haven’t read into underground military bases such as Dulce, New Mexico—the basic idea is that there is an underground world, right beneath our feet in the United States. It spans across the whole nation, and has many secret entrances across the homeland (allegedly Area 51, Dulce NM, and many entrances across Colorado and the midwest–rural areas without a lot of people). Supposedly, the base has many different levels dug deep into the ground, where extraterrestrial beings and high members of our military and government (or possibly members of an even higher-up, world government–New World Order) exchange technology, perform cruel genetic experiments involving both humans and all sorts of animals, and form war strategy for a potential interplanetary war.
Read more about the Dulce base and other underground bases here.
Anyways, my friend is investigating possible locations for secret entrances to this underground world. He is currently in Western Kansas, and has found some pretty peculiar and shady information. The town that he’s in a small farming community—a rural town with a population of around 150 people. The people there keep to themselves and the majority of the people there are senior citizens—old farmers in a nutshell.
What caught Mike’s eye about the town when passing through was an old, run-down factory. The factory was apparently still in use, because there were numerous ”Restricted Area” and other such signs. There was also a chain link fence topped with barbed wired. He continued to the next town and rented a hotel room, as there weren’t any hotels in the small town with the factory.
After talking to a number of the small town’s residents, he found some very intriguing information about the factory. Here’s the scoop on the factory: it had been used many years ago for building prosthetic limbs, but was shut down. About 20 years later, in 2004, the factory was bought by a new company—a company that repairs old busses. The new company immediately put up a chain link fence, topped with barbed wire fence, and covered with “No Tresspassing” signs, and even one that goes as far as to say “Survivors will be Prosecuted.”
But why? Why does a bus-repair company need such extreme security measures, for a town consisting of 150 (for the most part) senior citizens? What is it that they don’t want people to see? Mike got even more curious.
Mike asked residents if they had seen or noticed anything strange about the company or factory, and got some very interesting answers.
The residents all seemed to notice the same things:
Nobody is ever seen working at the factory. The business is fully operational, and has a number of employees on the payroll. One woman, who lives close to the factory, said that the only time she’s ever seen anyone there at all was late at night when she was awakened by her dog barking, and saw one single man at the factory.
When the company first came to town, there were probably about 15 or 20 men who applied for a job at the factory. None of them were hired. The workers are supposedly shuttled in from out of town, although nobody in the whole town has seen any workers shuttled it—or at all for that matter.
But, it gets stranger. After hearing more about the strange factory, Mike decided to delve a little bit deeper. He spoke to the town’s mayor about the factory. The mayor told him that the company had made a contract with the small town after being rejected by another small town nearby. He was also told that they would soon be building an airplane runway, and had purchased many, many acres of farmland from local farmers. The company now owned a whole region of Kansas country side.
Why the hell would a giant runway be built out in the middle of nowhere? And why did they need all that farmland? They supposedly fix busses, although there’s no evidence of this, and now they own many acres of empty farmland. And why is it that the other small town had rejected the contract? A big company with a factory would usually be a blessing to a small town like these ones, and it would be difficult to turn down such a great economic opportunity. They must have seen something wrong with the picture…
But it doesn’t end there. It’s only just begun.
Mike decided to get up close and personal with the facility. He got his digital camera, polaroid camera, and camera-phone, and parked about 500 yards from the facility. He walked up to the facility and started snapping pictures with all three cameras from outside the fence.
Within minutes, a tan colored Chevy Blazer with a kayak strapped to the top of it turned down the dirt road and headed toward Mike. The obvious ploblem with the vehicle having a kayak strapped to it, is that western Kansas is a region with only minor streams not anywhere near big enough for kayaking. The blazer pulled up to Mike, and to his surprise, the two men in the Blazer were wearing black suits and dark sunglasses, and looking very sharp. The Blazer and kayak were obviously just a cover vehicle—one with some obvious issues.
The two men comfiscated Mike’s digital and polaroid cameras and photos. But, they didn’t take his camera phone, so he came out with a few pictures, though they’re not of great quality. The men asked Mike what he had seen, and he acted as if he was oblivious to the secret scheme, pretending to be a photographer. They knew he wasn’t a photograher, and told him to turn around and walk to his car. If he were to come any closer to the facility, he would be “exterminated.”
He complied, turned around, and walked to his car. He didn’t want to mess around anymore. He was done digging. He wasn’t going to get any closer to the facility.
Please people, let me hear what you think? What’s happening here? Leave a comment below…..