Updated – Part 1:  Western Electric Engineer Worked 700 Feet Underground At “Dark Pyramid” in Alaska

“My father said that the Alaska underground pyramid was technology completely unknown at the time when he worked on it from 1959 to 1961. He didn’t know where the technology came from.”

 - “John Smith,” son of Western Electric and AT&T Engineer

Updated with mp3 interview and images on August 23, 2012 / Original report on August 22, 2012  Omaha, Nebraska - On June 22, 2012, I received an email from a retired U. S. Army Counterintelligence Warrant Officer named Douglas Alan Mutschler. In June, he had heard my Coast to Coast AM radio broadcast about my trip to Gobekli Tepe, Turkey, the 12,000-year-old archaeological wonder that was mysteriously buried about a thousand years after its original construction. No one knew anything about the nearly 300 tall, limestone pillars arranged in repeating circles until excavation began in 1994. Doug Mutschler wanted to report another alleged underground burial - a large, pyramid-shaped structure supposedly found underground in Alaska by seismologists and geophysicists studying the Earth's crust during China's May 22, 1992, one megaton underground nuclear detonation test in Lop Nor.


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