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Germany’s Underground

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Germany’s Underground


Location: Trier Germany
Functions: Unknown
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Notes:   Monks at the Brunia Monastery — in the Trier region of ancient Prussia [now Germany] — founded by Charlemagne‘s father Pepin the Short, reportedly captured a dark-skinned dwarf in the basement of the monastery in A.D. 1138, after they discovered several wine casks that had been emptied onto the cellar floor. They confined the little man, who refused to speak or eat, until he escaped back down through the cellar and into a sloping tunnel that was accessed via a displaced stone.
Source:  THE UNDERPEOPLE, by Eric Norman  

 


Location: Alsace-Lorraine Mountains Germany
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
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Location: West Germany
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  A reptilian humanoid encountered in a cave
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Location: Idar Oberstein Germany
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  Mrs. K.S. in her younger years encountered a lizard man and two grays in a cave near Idar Oberstein and “Baumholder“. 
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Location: Ohrdruf Germany
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  Patton’s forces found four large underground bases in the vicinity of the grim Nazi concentration camp near Ohrdruf, Germany; other underground facilities were reported in nearby towns. Col. Allen provided the following description: The underground installations were amazing. They were literally subterranean towns. There were four in and around Ohrdruf…. None were natural caverns or mines. All were man-made military installations. The horror camp had provided the labor. An interesting feature of the construction was the absence of any spoil. It had been carefully scattered in hills miles away. Over 50 feet underground, the installations consisted of two and three stories, several miles in length and extending like the spokes of a wheel. The entire hull structure was of massive, reinforced concrete. Purpose of the installations was to house the High Command after it was bombed out of Berlin. The Ohrdruf installations were to have been used by the Signal Communications Section. One, near the horror camp, was a huge telephone exchange equipped with the latest and finest apparatus. Signal Corps experts estimated their cost at $10,000,000. This place also had paneled and carpeted offices, scores of large work and store rooms, tiled bathrooms with both tubs and showers, flush toilets, electrically equipped kitchens, decorated dining rooms and mess halls, giant refrigerators, extensive sleeping quarters, recreation rooms, separate bars for officers and enlisted personnel, a moving-picture theater, and air-conditioning and sewage systems. Begun in 1944, the installations had been completed but never occupied.
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Location: Germany
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
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