Secret Factories

Wednesday, January 19th, 2000

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Shivers

Saturday, March 13th, 2010

Shivers.

The GPS tracker I put in his car showed me that the Bounty Hunter took a trip out into rural Oklahoma yesterday, and parked in the middle of nowhere for four hours.  After he left, I went out there myself.

He parked on a hill about a mile from this place:

Look familiar?

The place is surrounded by armed guards.  Armed as in “machine guns.”

Guys — what if this is a terrorist thing? Shouldn’t we tell someone? — Flyss

Travelogue: following a car the BH’s following

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010


As I was saying, I spent about a hundred hours cruising everywhere the BH had been until I found a car he’d tagged with one of his GPS trackers. I stuck one of my own GPS trackers under the same car.  Here’s a travelogue of some of the places I saw when I drove in the tire treads of whomever it was the BH was following.

(And, yes, the photographs have been photoshopped. I don’t want to give away exactly where this is.)

First he goes under this messy bridge,

and on the other side these everyday flames leap up,

which turn out to come from this standard whatever-it-is.

This part of Oklahoma is a little bit interesting all on its own. Remember the dish, and the chemical factory? They’re not more than  fifty miles off.  But what comes next is creepy.  (continued in the next post.) — Flyss

This one not on Google Earth either

Friday, April 9th, 2010

Thanks, Flyss, for sending the GPS coordinates of that area. As you pointed out, just like the dish, it’s not shown on Google Earth. It’s not on any standard maps either, so far as I can tell. I visited a large library in Oklahoma. All any map shows is two freeways intersecting in what should be a simple interchange, along with a river, and a small town.  Nothing like an industrial area — and none of the train lines one would need for a refinery.   Furthermore, the refinery (if that’s actually what it is) doesn’t show up on EPA records either, and any refinery that size would be required by law to submit annual reports.

Do you have any more photos? (Don’t go back there! I just meant, did you collect any others while you were there?)

Glenn, have you found any references to this place in the material we’ve been analyzing, and that you’re so much better at deciphering than I am?

Kate, any ideas? — Stephen

More photos

Friday, April 9th, 2010

I have several more photos of that factory, for what it’s worth.

You said the maps don’t show any railroad tracks in the area. But isn’t this a railroad bridge?

Here it is entering the factory:

A footpath goes under that bridge and about three others:

Continuing on:

When you come out, you’re here:

Here’s a closeup of one part:

and of another:

This next photo shows the river you saw on the map. The factory is just to the right. Note the weird blockhouse-like thing on the far side.

Here’s a closeup of the “blockhouse:”

Is any of that useful? — Flyss

Jackpot

Saturday, April 10th, 2010

Flyss, you’ve hit the jackpot.

I had been baffled by repeated references in the material we’ve been studying to f-tunnels. Underground tunnels, of course, figure extensively in conspiracy literature, but the “f” made no sense until your recent photos. It’s obvious now that the letter stands for “freeway.”  I suspect now that at least some portion of the US freeway system is accompanied by underground passages.

I have particular suspicions about the set you stumbled on, off the map and behind some kind of equally secret factory. But it will take me a while to gather the information, both on the freeway tunnels and the secret factory.  Back soon.  – Glenn

Factories

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

To continue. I’ve discussed the tunnels. What about the factories Flyss shows us here and also here?

As Stephen points out, this entire area is off the map. When you try to view it on Google Earth, you’re shown nothing but farmland, a tiny town and a river.  Railroad maps show no tracks nearby.  But Flyss’ photos clearly show a railroad bridge entering the factory.

To hide something like this speaks of a significant conspiracy.  Which begs the question: what are they making at those factories? Somehow I think it isn’t just petroleum.

It’s too bad we can’t go back there to check.  But I agree with Stephen that it isn’t safe. — Glenn

Putting things together

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

I’ve been thinking back, and trying to put things together.

I summarized some of the story a while back in this post. But there are other parts I left out, and that have been left out of this blog for a while.

For one, consider that that whole episode of the dish Flyss found while trailing the Bounty Hunter.  He traveled 300 miles to park nearby it for only an hour. When she parked in the same area (after he’d gone) she was warned off in a bizarre way: She heard sounds of helicopters approaching, and naturally thought of black helicopters. But when she got out of the car to look, it turned out they were coming from two boom boxes.  It’s so strange a joke that we recognize the signature of the person we call the Laughing One, a person who knows about immortals and mocks them. It’s still a warning.  Encrypted in the MP3 files, and also written on a piece of paper, he left messages telling her in no uncertain terms to stay away.

Of note, the dish isn’t visible on Google Earth, nor are a series of chemical factories in the area, including this one. It seems that Flyss was supposed to stay out of the whole area, but she took things literally, and only avoided the area of the dish. No one stopped her exploring anywhere else, and near that factory she came across a complex series of freeway overpasses in the middle of nowhere, with a tunnel beneath them.  This was the place where her camera sighted the non-mortal Stephen verified.  I’ve discussed that already.  But I’m wondering about now is why she was warned off from the Dish but not from the rest of the secret area.  And why was the Bounty Hunter snooping around all  those places?  (To be precise, in the case of the tunnel, all we know is that he’d placed a GPS tracker in the car of someone who later led Flyss to the tunnel.)

So much for background.  My thoughts on all this in the next post.

– Glenn

Closing up shop?

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

That fellow I’ve decided to call The Servant has been busy lately. He’s visited pretty much every off-the-map spot I’ve come across.  And, you know what, most of them aren’t off the map any more. You can see them plain as day on Google Earth, too.

I drove by one of the previously secret factories, and it looks the same, except the armed guards are gone. How much do you want to bet everyone important has left and they’re closing up shop?

Best of all, the remote camera I left in place beneath the underpasses showed a bunch of people in orange clothes tramp down to the underground tunnel with all kinds of equipment, like cement mixers, and come marching out about six hours later.  I’m going to wait a bit, and then go check on the tunnel to see if it’s changed any. — Flyss [thread continued in this post)

Is this a clue?

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Is this some kind of message?

Hidden Message from Immortals

I found it printed on a piece of paper stuck down in a crack in the floor of that place near the factory that I nicknamed “the blockhouse.” I ran over  to check it out after I found the freeway tunnel bricked closed. The blockhouse still had a working door, but the place was abandoned. Lots of computer jacks, but no computers and no debris, except for the one sheet they must not have seen when they cleaned out of there.

Oh, and on the back of the paper, it reads “Her Sister’s Province.” Any guesses what it’s about? It kind of looks like calligraphy to me. — Flyss