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Hidden passageways, ancient tunnels, illicit activities, and ghastly rumors and urban legends – the underground teems with magical stories of a life that once was, and activities few people ever heard about.
Cappadocia city, located in central Turkey, is home to no less than 36 underground cities, and at a depth of approx. Since there isn’t a lot of information hanging around on-site, book a guided tour and start exploring. Portland has its own underground city known as the Shanghai Tunnels, or the less common name: the Portland Underground. Back in the day, the basements of many a downtown bar and hotel were linked to the Willamette River waterfront by way of these tunnels, allowing supplies to be moved from docked ships directly to basements for storage, thus avoiding rain and heavy traffic.
But, never fear, today you can take a safe and secure walking tour and explore a portion of the Shanghai Tunnels to get a sense of the complex network of tunnels, and an understanding of the seamy history surrounding Portland. Beneath the streets of Scotland’s capital lies a dark and damp world, dating back to the 18th century.
Opened in 1788, a period of great expansion and growth, the vaults date back to a time when Edinburgh was a superstitious place. Beijing’s underground city, Dixia Cheng, was built in the 1970s to serve as a shelter during invasions, bombings and nuclear attacks. Fortunately there never was an occasion for this massive underground shelter to fulfil its intended purpose, and in 2000 the place was opened to the public. Dixia Cheng has been under renovations since 2008 and therefore closed for visitors, but make sure you put it on your bucket list to check out when it reopens at an indefinite date in the future. Located in the town of Wieliczka just over 9 miles outside of Krakow, the Wieliczka Salt Mine was built back in the 13th century and has produced table salt continuously until 2007.
One of the biggest tourist draws of Poland, this underground salt city has evolved from a series of dark caves to a complex labyrinth now comprising over 185 impressive miles of galleries, about 3000 chambers and nine floors, with the first three open to the public.
RESO, stemming from the French word reseau, meaning network, is one of Montreal’s cornerstones. The first interconnected sections were built in 1962 with the objective of easing traffic and providing a sheltered way of transportation, especially handy during the harsh winter season. Unlike some of the other places on this list, Setenil de las Bodegas, a pueblo (small town) in Southern Spain, isn’t an underground city per se, but it lies underneath massive rock overhangs.
The city of Pilsen, in the western part of the country, is home to Pilsen Historical Underground, a 12.5 mile long labyrinth of passageways, cellars and wells built below the city streets in the 14th century. Take a guided tour and explore this ingenious underground system; highlights include the ice cellar, the water tower and the exhibit on medieval bookbinding.
The sleepy city of Moose Jaw, located in the state of Saskatchewan in Southern Canada, is home to a series of tunnels that have two separate stories. In the beginning of the 20th century Canada imposed its now infamous head tax on Chinese immigrants due to the fear that they would steal jobs away from locals. Book these two interactive theatrical tours and travel beneath the streets of Moose Jaw – lay low with an early Chinese immigrant and shake hands with the infamous Al Capone.
For more travel inspiration, check out our list of best budget destinations of 2016 and discover our best European city breaks. FOR THE FIRST TIME, A WHISTLE-BLOWER FROM WITHIN THE DIA COMPLEX CONFIRMS THE EXISTENCE OF A MASSIVE DEEP UNDERGROUND MILITARY FACILITY LOCATED BENEATH THE AIRPORT. The Denver International Airport (DIA) is nestled on a vast 53 square mile complex and is owned and operated by the City of Denver.  In fact, it’s the largest airport in the United States, in terms of land mass garnered, and the second largest airport in the world to Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd International Airport as I pointed out in my appearance on the Travel Channel series America Declassified. The airport serves over 50 million passengers a year and is now incorporating a massive new project called “Airport City” an aerotropolis which has been presented publicly by the Mayor of Denver, Michael Hancock, who respectively declined an interview with Intellihub News. The concept is innovative, a first for an airport in America, and is likely to become the envy of other airports around the world.
In 2010, DIA and the City and County of Denver took a major step in DIA’s evolution to fulfill its gateway role by inviting firms from around the world to submit proposals to assist DIA in planning, assessing and creating an Airport City at DIA as the core of and competitive accelerator for the emerging Denver aerotropolis. However, local residents and others have been questioning the new construction in and around the airport property as several red flags have been raised.
Some speculate that a deep underground military facility, part of the Continuity of Government (COG) program exists on the site.
Now, a source of mine within the airport confirmed for the first time astonishing information regarding the underground facility, providing details unknown to airport staff and the general public until now. Level 1 of the airport is inset into the ground to protect from vibrations coming from underneath. The airport’s gate and door numbers correspond to emergency action and response plans that indicate specific details to people “in the know”. The design of the airport is built to throw people off as levels are labeled differently on each in some cases and grading changes make it difficult to pinpoint your actual elevation. Due to lawsuits (or potential staged events) in the “United Airlines, Inc.” section of one of the basement levels at DIA, an infectious bio-hazard or fungal outbreak has instigated quarantined off areas of the underground, as they are now inaccessible to the airport staff and personnel. There is a militarized intermediary entrance located in the “United Airlines” section of the underground.
A swift door will also allow access to the intermediary entrance of the facility if you have the proper “speed-pass” clearance on a Department of Defense (DOD) level.
The dirt in parts of the train tunnels looks unnatural, and “if anyone steps on it they know”, said my source. New information uncovered by Intellihub News investigators concludes that, yes indeed the DOD has ties to a commercial airline carrier that operates out of the Denver International Airport.
Documents requested by a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by the Investigative Report Workshop in 2004 reveal that, “United Airlines, Inc” is involved in a DOD “Air Transportation Program” likely connected to COG. According to the Investigative Report Workshop, “The Department of Defense audits commercial air carriers it contracts with to fly DOD employees.
According to my source from inside, a massive pile of dirt was added to an existing landfill in the area despite the FAA’s request that it was dangerous to travelers and could pose a radar issue causing a potential disaster.
The Determination and Affirmation themselves provide no evidentiary basis for the “false target” finding. The Denver Airport (Location) is part of a Continuity of Government Program and does indeed house an underground facility. In the first part of the 19th century, as the country grew, the tension over slavery increased. Furthermore, with the addition of each new territory or state, there were heated and sometime bloody debates over the question - free or slave? The Underground Railroad encompassed an area generally above the Ohio River in the Midwest, along the state line of Pennsylvania in the East, and stretching into Canada.
The second factor for favored sites on the railroad was the availability of Underground Railroad workers in an area.
Abolitionists and members of various religious groups, including Mennonites, Baptists, Presbyterians, Methodists, and others participated in the Underground Railroad.
First, there was a visit by other Quakers to persuade them nicely to set their slaves free. If this friendly, private visit failed, they took it public, testifying against slave-holding Quakers in open meetings. Then, if they remained unconvinced, the slave-owners were partially excluded from the society. The third decisive factor in determining the routes of the Underground Railroad was the political climate in North America. The anti-slavery climate in Canada, in contrast to the pro-slavery attitudes in the United States, made Canada, hundreds of miles from the slave states, a haven for fugitive slaves.
Communication was key to the successful operation of the Underground Railroad Secrecy was vital. There were no telephones and no access to telegraphs, so messages were sent by softly tapping stones together, by imitating the shrill call of the hoot owl, or by signaling with lights. Others took a more hands-on approach, like the elegant lady who reportedly clipped one slave catcher in the head with a well-aimed stone. Or picture Harriet Tubman, guiding fugitives on yet another journey on the Underground Railroad.
Meanwhile, little Eva, the daughter of a wealthy Louisiana planter, is saved from drowning by Tom. The scene of Eliza crossing the ice floes of the half-frozen Ohio River, a baby in her arms, was based on a real incident. Uncle Tom’s Cabin brought the plight of fugitive slaves to the attention of the public with a bang. Practically overnight, the Underground Railroad had more respectability, more money, more supplies, and more volunteers.
Various newspaper articles from the collection of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association. Collins, sponsored by the Edgar Cayce organization, the Association for Research and Enlightenment (ARE), searched and found the fissure entrance at the rear of an apparent tomb, west of the three pyramids at Giza. The controversy unfolded as Collins continued to develop the importance of the tunnels in correlation to the star system Cygnus -- while Zahi Hawass continued in public outrage and denial. My partner researcher Judith and I had been inexorably drawn to Giza as a part of our own intuitive journey of archaeological discovery, and we have been privileged for more than a decade and through multiple visits to explore and examine many places unavailable to the public (including many times below ground in this tunnel system.) We gathered invaluable evidence which sheds light on its origins and on the likely motivations of Hawass and others who want it kept secret! West of the middle pyramid on the Giza Plateau, the ground rises to its highest point where there are some of the surviving buildings of The Harvard camp, established by George Reisner in 1902 to pursue the aims of the Hearst Expedition of the University of California.

Imagine a very long time ago when sea water lapped to this highest point; and as the sea receded, the deep fissures under the plateau would have been a perfect route for the water to flow. Erosion from massive water flow has been validated in the deeper tunnels of NC2, and we know that beyond the last ice age, sea levels were certainly as high as or even much higher than the Giza site. Imagine at some time in ancient history, the people of the day knew of one large opening and decided to enlarge it and hew it into chambers plus sub-chambers for their own purpose. It may be worth noting that inside the first natural (reception) chamber; there is a free standing rock slice alongside the entrance.
For orientation, take a look at the schematic [below] that we produced from an extended underground visit for the purpose. So what else do we know for sure about the hewn chambers, and then the extending natural tunnels and chambers?
Powerful legend tells of a huge and extensive underground passageway and chamber system, which may hold valuable repositories from an ancient time. We have spoken to many reliable first-hand local witnesses who explored these regions years before the plateau was barred by its own Berlin Wall. We know that official ground penetrating radar has produced well published evidence showing networks of tunnels and chambers all over the plateau and in the village.
Zahi Hawass and Mark Lehner publications even detailed the proposed layout of Khufu's palace under the village.
In 1817, Henry Salt and Giovani Cavigla were exploring NC2 without the benefit of modern lights and equipment. At the Solar Cross and NC2 especially we know of the fear that local people have for the underground.
A little deeper into the tube-tunnel there are significant rock carvings looking on into the depths of the tunnel.
There are parallels from a proposed underground complex at Giza to equally unexplained underground cities in other places in the world. Thanks to Andrew Collins and Nigel Skinner Simpson in recent times when they rediscovered the entrance from Salt and Caviglia's notes, world attention has been drawn to this important site. Zahi Hawass barred the entrance; he made clear, to prevent others from abusing its contents. The colour of the rock, covered in bat guano, deposits, dirt and centuries of cultural vandalism, blinds all but the most obvious features to the naked eye.
The first [above] image is a stripped back final example after many hours of analysis and delineation work, while the second one still requires a lot more work.
Unique to Derinkuyu is the cruciform church located between the third and fourth level and the barrel-vaulted ceiling. This intricate network reportedly once consisted of tunnel passageways linking Portland’s Old Town, also known as Chinatown, to the central Downtown area.
Though still a controversial topic, rumor has it the tunnels have also been used for the practice of “shanghaiing”: kidnapping people for them to serve as sailors. The Edinburgh Vaults, also known as The South Bridge Vaults, are a series of chambers formed within the 19 arches of South Bridge. The lengthy network of tunnels, often referred to as the Underground Great Wall, included almost 100 hidden entrances and, reportedly, were built with complete services such as schools, hospitals, and sleeping halls in case citizens needed to seek refuge for a longer period of time. A tour only includes a small circular stretch of the complex, but is still attracting travelers from around the world.
Alternatively, if you want to learn more about the religious aspects, join the Pilgrims’ Tour that includes a visit to the salt statue of John Paul II and a Holy Mass upon the end of the tour. This giant maze runs under Montreal’s streets in and around the Downtown area and houses a wide-range of shops, restaurants, hotels, galleries, seven metro stops, cinemas, a library and even apartment buildings. Since the Montreal Metro started operating in 1966, more connections have been added and today RESO consists of 20 miles of tunnels with more than 120 exterior access points. Located along a narrow river gorge that’s eroded by the Rio Trejo river, the houses are built into and under the walls of the gorge itself.
And, if you’re a nature lover, walk down El Escarpe de Rio Trejo, an area of natural diversity, or Ruta de los Bandoleros, which inspired many romantic legends. These cellars once served as storage space for food and barrels of beer and, some say, as an escape route in case of an attack. The tour ends at the Brewery Museum, where you can sample the renowned local Pilsner Urquell beer. However, interestingly, the new aerotropolis will incorporate an expansive business district with new lodging as well as an agricultural and technical district within the confines of the airport property to attract more revenue to Denver’s growing economy. In fact, since the first construction phases of the airport started in the early 1990?s, there have been several indicators that something else may be taking place on or under the grounds of the 53 square mile complex.
A massive underground city to be used by our government in the event that Washington or our central governments command hub is compromised. The quarantined section of the underground was confirmed by the source to be located in Concourse B’s East side lower levels. Does the DOD have any ties to areas of the airport owned and (or) operated by domestics airline carriers?
This contract would allow United Airlines to fly VIP’s, sitting Senators, Congressmen, and top elected officials including Head’s of State to-and-fro the main COG hub located on DIA grounds.
The Workshop and PBS FRONTLINE sent a FOIA request to learn about United Airline’s maintenance procedures. This addition to that landfill was pressed hard and was supposed to take place over a 40-60 year period, but instead took place over the course of about 4 years.
The Quakers (the Society of Friends), however, played the biggest role throughout the United States, and a significant role locally. In 1787, a Quaker teenager named Isaac Hopper organized a system for hiding and aiding fugitive slaves in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, a precursor to the Underground Railroad. As late as 1857, the Dred Scott Decision by the Supreme Court ruled that a person descended from slaves, whether free or slave, had no rights as a U.S. A quilt hanging on a clothesline with a house and a smoking chimney among its designs indicated a safe house. A successful disguise was the inconspicuous clothes of the Quakers: a light gray dress and a bonnet with a heavy veil. To pay his debts, Shelby had to sell his faithful slave, Tom, and a child, Harry, who was the son of Eliza, another slave. A slave named Eliza Harris and her baby, wet and numb with the cold, made the precarious crossing. Her publisher had to run the printing presses day and night to try to keep up with the demand. It is important that we remember the heroic efforts to help the runaways and the amazing courage it took to ride the railroad. There was such a glory over everything, the sun came like gold through the trees, and over the field, and I felt like I was in heaven." Why did so many risk so much?
The article reminded us how Hawass denied the existence of a tunnel network leading under the Plateau, despite the fact that Andrew Collins and Nigel Skinner Simpson had rediscovered its entrance from the recently published notes of Henry Salt and Giovani Caviglia -- who explored there in the early 1800s.
Behind the scenes he barred the main tomb entrance, sent his own hand-picked excavators inside, and presented an infamous documentary purporting to show the tunnels amounted to nothing of interest.
Read-on to see why we feel this underground system should now be designated as a site of world heritage. The high ground suddenly drops away beyond the buildings leaving eroded cliffs facing north which have many tomb entrances dotted along its length.
They may have had strong reasons for not proceeding beyond the initial fissure opening depth.
It takes little imagination to suppose this would have been perfect for use as a door blockage.
We recall one local security man who lost a friend to a deep shaft in the shadow of the GP. We know that the authorities certainly know of all that the underground promises because of deep imagery received from their own latest survey satellite. Our before and after pictures show in fact it prevented others from seeing that a rape of its contents had taken place -- but not so much that even more important information was missed. Quite by accident we found that studious digital analysis showed there were faded images covering most surfaces, but so deep to the surface that they required special digital techniques to reveal them. The makers used another technique which we have penned as fractal imaging where the body and features of larger animals etc are themselves filled with ever smaller images until the whole surface is filled like a magic picture waiting to be determined. Discovered in 1963, the subterranean network of tunnels and rooms include all the institutions and rooms you would find in a regular city: living quarters, stables, churches, storage rooms, refectories, and wineries – and the underground is said to have possibly held more than 20,000 people.
Unfortunately many of these subterranean spaces have been filled in during various public works projects, but a few of them are still there and open to explore. Originally built to house taverns, cobblers, cutlers, smelters and other tradesmen, and to store illicit materials, rumors have it that serial killers Burke and Hare also stored various bodies down here, which they sold for medical experiments.
Apart from going shopping, come around to check out the permanent artworks on display, public squares and cultural centers. People actually settled here for practical reasons: in order to keep out the summer heat and the cold in the winter, they only built the facade of the house, while the back was shielded by nature. Legend has it that there is treasure buried within the cellar walls, although looting is discouraged.

Entire families lived here and worked in the local businesses above ground in exchange for food and supplies until the 1920s, when this underground maze acquired a new purpose: Due to the proximity to the US, the tunnels were used for transporting of booze to the US through Canada during the prohibition-era.
In fact, between the planed aerotropolis and Colorado’s booming marijuana industry, DIA just might be the next biggest thing since sliced bread.
John Kasarda, Integrity Parking, Transcore and Ambient Energy to prepare the Denver International Airport City Development Strategy.
According to some investigative reports, including one headed up by the former Governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura, the underground city that lies beneath the airport quite possibly connects to other deep underground military installations throughout the country. The employees have been told the reason for this is to protect from vibrations from the public train that leads back and forth to all concourses, A, B, and C.
The landfill has a functioning element to it but is “mocked-up” to look like a landfill hidden in plain sight. Last year, we had sent the same request for another company and the audits proved to be very informative. The pile of dirt, which is masked as a landfill in-plain-sight, now exceeds 300? in altitude. The FAA’s aeronautical study reports that Airways Facility radar technicians have “identified the potential for false targets.
The beautiful old church was lit softly by candlelight that evening, evoking a sense of days gone by. Members of the Underground Railroad adopted railroad _ terminology to describe the secret roles they assumed. Of necessity, both fugitive slaves and members of the Underground Railroad learned to code and decode hidden messages, to disguise signs and themselves to avoid capture or worse. Most slaves could not read and their masters had purposely kept them ignorant of geography. For the old man is awaiting for to carry you to freedom Iffreedom if you follow the drinking gourd. Harriet Tubman, a former fugitive slave herself living in Pennsylvania, gave no heed to the danger, returning again and again to the South. A woman in Ohio was carrying fugitives in her cart, hidden under a quilt, when the cart became stuck in the mud.
When Eliza heard Harry was to be sold, she embarked on a desperate flight with him across the frozen Ohio River, where she was rescued by Quakers with the Underground Railroad. They were greeted by Reverend John Ripley at Ripley’s Crossing on the free side of the Ohio River.
They became outraged at the treatment of the fugitives and sympathetic to the abolitionist cause. Now, even those who had been born free in the North might be taken and sold in the South just on the word of another person. These sites were given (North Cliff) designations when first explored in modern time; and almost on the doorstep of the main Harvard building - the site of North Cliff 2 (NC2) can be found. We have sampled first hand, a tiny part of the amazing underground network, from NC2, from the Solar Cross, from the village of Nazlet el Samaan and directly from the plateau. Emotionally he told us how it took a long time to locate his friend's body, and that the tunnels from the shaft led to other equally deeper shafts. We know of the connection to another spirit snake form in the name of Agathodaimon; the good spirit presiding over the upper and lower worlds. It has been formed into what looks like ribs, just as if the tunnel was the body of a snake. They contain multitudes of every animal imaginable, many extinct and certainly extinct from this part of the world. This feature gives us much difficulty because during analysis it is necessary to develop an eye to see into the depth of the surface to the correct focal point of the main images.
Later, when the businesses moved out, the vaults became home to the city’s poorest souls, a skid row complete with pubs and brothels scattered around the wet chambers. Word has it Al Capone was connected to all the bootlegging, though that has never been proven. Update: Airport Staff, “I just went in to T47-M… nothing goes down, no steps, no elevator”. At the current elevation of 5,423? AMSL[above mean sea level], the landfill is below the radar line-of-sight.
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Even William Henry Harrison, territorial governor of the state in 1813, was said to harbor pro-slavery opinions. A law passed in 1807 prohibited importing slaves from Africa and the Caribbean to the United States.
Others reportedly were the homes at Seventh and Main streets (the Linn house) and Fifth and South streets (the Falley house), and St. There were fake closets, trapdoors, hidden tunnels, church belfries, and empty schoolhouses. She eventually brought 300 slaves to freedom during her time with the Underground Railroad.
Does this have anything to do with the wall that is being built to surround the Giza complex?
Top right of the left hand pic the reception chambers of the natural system are marked -- and these lead to the extensive tunnel system (bottom-to top) of the right hand pic. He told how the most dangerous of these were plated over, and that many of the most important shafts are now hidden under dirt.
This has a blockage at about 20 feet and we have published photographic proof that the blockage was created from the other end of the Tube Tunnel. We share the opinion of Andrew Collins that to pass through the Tube Tunnel was as if to pass through the body of the snake to get to what lies beyond. There are multitudes of theriomorphic images mixed with natural depictions, including structures, devices and advanced buildings. It is easy to be tricked into examining the thousands of smaller images and miss the main feature. At the new height of 5,542? AMSL, the large dump trucks, graders, and other heavy equipment create the potential for reflecting the radar and causing false targets…. I have spent the last 36+ years researching Bible, History, Alternative Health, Secret Societies, Symbolism and many other topics that are not reported by mainstream media. In fact, Indiana is said to have barely entered the Union as a free state and remained generally unsympathetic to the abolitionist movement.
With this law, slaves in the United States no longer could readily be replaced, in spite of the fact that the invention of the cotton gin 14 years earlier meant demand for slave labor had never been greater. In 1850, The Lafayette Daily Journal published a strong editorial against slavery, even though a mob had rioted against African- Americans in the Lafayette community just four years earlier.
For the old man is awaiting for to carry you to freedom -Peg Leg Joe, waiting to help them at the Ohio River and into Canada. He was a slave who originally escaped from the South by wandering through the wildernesses of Indiana and Ohio.
So why did many in the state act in apparent opposition to common beliefs of their time and place? He became known as the President of the Underground Railroad because of his extraordinary contributions to rescuing fugitive slaves. Frederick Douglass, leading spokesman for American blacks in the 1800s, was a stationmaster in the Underground Railroad and a former fugitive slave himself. Chased by wolves, nearing starvation, he was found by Native Americans and eventually led to Canada by the Underground Railroad. Was it simply a remnant of unfounded rumor from the past or was it a reminder of a proud moment in Lafayette’s history? Why did many, including citizens in and around Lafayette, risk their lives to help transport fugitive slaves on the Underground Railroad? The same year, 1850, the Indiana constitution made it illegal for blacks to settle in the state.
The characters of Simeon and Rachel Halliday, who operated an Underground Railroad station in Indiana, were based on the Quaker storekeepers Levi and Catherine Coffin, whom I mentioned earlier. He quickly organized law- abiding citizens into a militia of armed men called the Lafayette Blues to protect the abolitionists.
Falley’s house hell-bent on destruction, but was stopped by the men of the Lafayette Blues. Some later regrouped, however, and proceeded to riot for three days and three nights, harassing the African-Americans in Lafayette and burning several houses down, until the militia was able to restore order.

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