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6 thoughts on “Top Secret Asheville

  1. Jeff Fobes

    In about 8 minutes of fussing, I was unable to locate the four Asheville top-secret connections.

    A couple videos did little more than sensationalize the story. The article’s search by location (putting in the term “Asheville”) came back with no items found.

    If someone gets the link to the Asheville connections, please post it here.

    But all this to determine that there are four classified activities within the Federal complex in downtown Asheville?

  2. Adam

    That really doesn’t mean anything. It could simply be some guy reviewing regional security briefs or whatever. I’m sure NOAA probably has a thing or two that could be considered classified. Let me know when someone discovers a top-sect alien-hybrid base under Pack Square.

  3. Piffy!

    Oh, like they’re gonna tell everybody about the top-secret alien-hybrid base under Pack Square, Adam.

  4. Dionysis

    “Let me know when someone discovers a top-sect alien-hybrid base under Pack Square.”

    Everyone knows that is located in an underground facility near Dulce, NM.

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