Re: underground bases

Message posted by gary on November 13, 2000 at 02:57:47 EST:

The dirt has to go some where, which is probably why you can't make a secret underground structure in the age of spy planes and satellites. You would see the site being built. Often the terrain looks a bit different once the dirt has been put back in place. Sites where they dig into the side of a mountain don't have this problem.

If you "dig" around the net, you can find some of the real underground bunkers. Here is one example:

Every underground site I've run into has some above ground infrastructure, if only an airvent. Some of these vents are well diguised, so you have to look carefully to spot them. Of course, it there was one without an above ground structure, how would I have found it. ;-)

Attached link: Tim Tyler bunker page

In Reply to: Re: underground bases posted by mr goat on November 13, 2000 at 01:47:40 EST:


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