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Underground entrances to Area 51 discovered

Posted on Tuesday, 2 June, 2020 | Comment icon 12 comments

What lies beneath Area 51 ? Image Credit: YouTube / FindingUFO
An eagle-eyed Google Earth user has identified what appear to be several underground tunnel entrances.
There are few places on Earth as notoriously secretive as Area 51 - a remote facility in the Nevada desert that has become synonymous with stories of reverse-engineered alien technology and the development of highly advanced black projects that next to nobody knows anything about.

Thanks to satellite imaging technology however, it has become increasingly possible in recent years to obtain an aerial view of the base and its surroundings using Google's free online mapping service.

Sometimes, studying these maps can even reveal previously unseen details about the base.
This latest example, which comes courtesy of the YouTube channel FindingUFO, hints at the presence of a significant underground facility within the vicinity of Area 51, as evidenced by what appear to be tunnel entrances found at two locations with roads leading up to them and cars parked outside.

While pareidolia can be a major issue when examining satellite images, in this case it really does appear as though there are tunnel entrances carved into the side of the hills.

If true, then Area 51 could be much more extensive than it appears to be on the surface.

Exactly how large this underground facility is, however, remains impossible to determine.

Source: Jerusalem Post | Comments (12)

Tags: Area 51

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #3 Posted by Desertrat56 on 2 June, 2020, 14:56
Most likely bunkers and training facilities.  The underground storage is in the Mountains south east of Kirtland AFB.  Though maybe the military had more than one underground storage facility.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Desertrat56 on 2 June, 2020, 14:57
No, the first Nuclear bomb test site is in New Mexico, not Area 51.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Green Wasp on 2 June, 2020, 15:59
My bad, I'm reciting from memory. From PBS shows and the internet Area 51 has been a nuclear test site since the mid 20th century. Hundreds of nuclear bombs have been tested there above and below ground. A lot of controversy has surrounded the base for its nuclear bomb experiments. From damaging the water table, to causing generations of cancer in surrounding cities 
Comment icon #6 Posted by Desertrat56 on 2 June, 2020, 16:07
Right, but the Trinity site in New Mexico was the first above ground test before WW2.
Comment icon #7 Posted by jbondo on 3 June, 2020, 16:38
Those entrances were discovered quite some time ago. I saw one video that had one still under construction. I doubt there's anything secret about these "entrances". Otherwise, they'd camouflage them. I can tell you one thing: Nuclear testing has caused widespread fallout. Dirt can be tested well off gov land and found to be contaminated to a degree.
Comment icon #8 Posted by qxcontinuum on 4 June, 2020, 5:00
Google is so much bs! Many trolls are ridiculuosly enclined to reject conspiracies and lies but a simple act like watching on google Eart and not  seeing military bases in places we know they exist already is an act of violance against truth and a cospiracy.
Comment icon #9 Posted by DONTEATUS on 12 June, 2020, 21:35
Bet It`s the New Dump for all the  Bad Crap that's used and has to be put away forever ? It`s really quite far from the Area 51
Comment icon #10 Posted by DONTEATUS on 12 June, 2020, 21:38
It`s a Great Place to Visit If your Into a Flat Area and Only open a few times a Year ! But Don`t miss the White Sands Missile Museum  ! It1s Always Open The Last V-2 Is there !  
Comment icon #11 Posted by Myles on 13 June, 2020, 16:40
Maybe it is just me, but why is this even interesting?    It seems that it is common for old military bases to have underground bunkers and storage.    Off topic a bit: I've been thinking about doing this for several years but haven't yet. You can buy import containers very cheap (under $2000 for an 8'X40' waterproof steel container delivered).   I have a brother who bought one and had it buried in his back yard.  Hidden top entrance.   Solar panel for some lights and blower power.    He has plans to link his basement to it but hasn't yet. Great tornado shelter.   Great place to keep valuables... [More]
Comment icon #12 Posted by tortugabob on 28 October, 2020, 22:53
They're weapons zeroing bunkers for fighter aircraft. Nothing to see here. Move along people.  And the idea of burying one of those sea containers is crazy.  Just a place to be trapped like a rat by anyone at the entrance.    

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