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Underground Military Bases Hidden in North Carolina Mountains

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Underground Military Bases Hidden in North Carolina Mountains.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Mary A. Joyce(Author)

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There are military bases hidden beneath North Carolina's mountains that most people have never heard about. Even those who are aware of facilities under Area 51 in Nevada and other Western States may not be aware of North Carolina's secret bases. Remarkably, those bases are located near well-known tourist attractions in the state: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Mount Mitchell State Park, Devil's Courthouse on the Blue Ridge Parkway and Chimney Rock State Park. Yet, the underground facilities are so well camouflaged that few people know they exist. The information about the secret bases is mostly from those with military, law enforcement and high security backgrounds plus citizens who have stumbled upon evidence. The 8.5 x 11 inch magazine-style book also features lots of photos and maps that go along with the testimonies.

Mary A. Joyce has worked for two major metropolitan area newspapers as a writer, columnist, artist, Sunday magazine editor and feature editor. On the side, she's written magazine articles and five other books. Currently she is editor of the Sky Ships over Cashiers website which features cutting-edge topics. She also has worked for the world's largest private printing company, a major metropolitan air pollution control agency, a community college and political campaigns. Her career includes working for a Fortune 100 company coordinating art and printing for talking children's books. In that capacity, she worked directly with many creative teams including those at Marvel Comics, Golden Books, Mr. Rogers, Berenstain Bears and Steven Spielberg's "ET" book staff.

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  • PDF | 57 pages
  • Mary A. Joyce(Author)
  • Mary A. Joyce; First Edition edition (June 23, 2015)
  • English
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  • By C. Bock on September 2, 2015

    From the minute I picked up this book, I realized its truthful nature. Yes!! There are activities at question right here in our tranquil little mountain tourist area. The book is laid out like an important document, clear concise, easy to read and easy to understand. Mary obviously has a knack for journalism and making complex things understandable. She in no way made these stories sensationalist or conspiracy theory like, more like a conversation with the people who witnessed, who documented and some of whom risked their lives to bring information to the public. I thank you for this important information and hope that all who order this book find it helpful in seeing a bigger picture of what is occurring in the background while we all are amused with political and social antics run amok.

  • By Anne Omniuss on March 28, 2016

    We have this at the library only because this it is a local author. Since my husband was in the military for 22 years I thought I'd bring it home and have him verify some of the "facts" in the book. Calling it non-fiction is being kind. Just basic stuff, the two weapons identified are way off. Neither of them are the guns the author claims they are. (One is a Sig Sauer. She claims it was an M-4 or an AR-15 and she got the picture straight off Goggle images.) There are outlandish claims that don't ring true especially if one has any knowledge of how the military works at all. She also claims that aliens gave us their nuclear technology and that the military has made surveillance robots that look exactly like birds, one of which is Antarctic, and a honey bee (complete with conveniently blurred photos). The author also makes claims to being a journalist and working a "Fortune 100 company" and "for the world's largest private printing company,a major metropolitan air pollution control agency, a community college and political campaigns." All nicely ambiguous and nothing I could verify online. She sounds like a total fantasist. Don't waste your money.

  • By Toni VG on November 21, 2015

    I thought this book was overpriced. Save your money and just read the web site. A better price would have been $16.95 and the writer would still have made a profit. Disappointed to be honest.

  • By A. McDonald on May 17, 2016

    This is a very interesting book to read. This material is controversial and raises some questions which need addressed. The presence of such locations with extremely expensive equipment, and at least strange behavior of people associated with them raises many questions. Why the expense, if it is a low functioning facility? Why all of the strange behavior? Why the foreign uniforms? These are all reasonable questions upon regarding the activity. I found this book interesting and courageous, for the author to pen. Recommended for those interested in similar material or for Appalachian studies.

  • By turtles2 on January 12, 2017

    The author is quoting unknown and unverifiable sources. She refers to the Heintooga Rd/Balsam Mountain Rd. being closed for two years, which isn't true at all. I drive that road regularly when it is open (it is open for a few months in the summer) and have never seen such activity.

  • By sseegars on February 25, 2017

    At .43 cents a page I don't think I'll be buying this. That's a ridiculous price.I've watched the vids on YouTube.

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