This charming German farmhouse can be found in the city of Zossen. It may look rather innocent from the outside, but underneath is a hardened concrete framework, and a bombproof entrance to a staircase and elevator that descends some 10 meters into a huge underground world of bunkers piled three stories deep!
The bunker system even housed teletype, telegraph and telephone exchanges, storage rooms, corridors hundreds of meters long, battery rooms, generator power plants, sewage facilities, and radio communications facilities.
These underground facilities were interconnected, forming a self-contained, secret underground world, entirely separated from the outside world.
This underground facility was one of many built by the nazis during World War 2. If the German’s had these kinds of facilities in the 1940s, imagine what might exist beneath our feet today…
Let’s look at some more modern examples…
Here is Lockheed’s Helendale, California “Skunk Works” Facility. The middle structure where it slopes down is an underground opening.
There are rumours that the installation goes down as many as 42 levels, and that there are tunnels linking it with other underground facilities in the area. There have also been reports of many strange flying objects in the vicinity, of many shapes and sizes.
Here is Monzano Mountain in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is known to be home to miles of underground tunnels and galleries for nuclear weapon storage and research.
We’ve only scratched the surface here (no pun intended) when it comes to the extent of the underground facilities (both known and secret) located in the US and abroad.
The world under our feet is the elephant in the room. It’s the open secret that nobody seems to speak about. This begs the question: What the heck is going on down there, and shouldn’t we, the people, have a right to know?!