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Monday, April 25, 2005

Mysterious tunnels to secret places

I love stories of mysterious places. Combine that with dark tunnels and you could interpret that in a Freudian way or you could just go to this paranormal site for a great round up web sites devoted to secret and spooky tunnels:

There is something fundamentally and primally mysterious about caves and tunnels. Maybe it's their darkness or the fact that they open into the very body of the Earth. They are invariably the subjects of adolescent adventure stories, such as the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew mysteries, and R.L. Stine's books. And they serve as backgrounds in exciting stories directed at older audiences as well, such as Jules Verne's A Journey to the Center of the Earth and the Indiana Jones films. Tunnels represent the unknown and touch the fears that reside deep in the primitive human subconscious. Recently, I've come across several sites on the Web that tell what some believe are true stories of vast underground networks of tunnels. And they are no less mysterious and fantastic than those used as settings in the fictional tales mentioned above. It's not that the tunnels merely exist and are unknown to most people, it's what they contain, who built them, and why - and that takes us into the deepest recesses of the unknown.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

My son has friends who have explored a vast tunnel network under N├╝rnberg. It is supposed to be pretty amazing.

4/26/2005 05:21:00 PM  
Blogger Carnacki said...

Did he mention when the tunnels were built?

4/27/2005 11:01:00 PM  
Blogger cookie jill said...

Seattle Underground....really kinda freaky, scary, interesting all rolled up in one.

4/27/2005 11:50:00 PM  

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