Tue Nov 27, 2012, 10:33 AM
avebury (7,776 posts)
Mountain View, Arkansas - is there a huge complex?
Inquiring minds want to know!
This thread is addressed to members from Arkansas and anybody else familiar with the area of Mountain View. I am just curious to hear what people with local knowledge might have to say. What do the locals think about the mysterious complex in Mountain View?
I caught some of Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy show last night about Mountain View. I will start off by admitting that Jesse can most definitely come off as overly dramatic and over the top which does not help the credibility factor. You do have to kind of weigh how much veracity there is in any information provided. This episode can now be watched on line on TruTV.
Beyond that, there were some things that were interesting. There is a enormous what is classified officially as a "single family residence" in a rural area. This property supposedly never had to be presented to any type of zoning committee because it was deemed to be a "single family residence." I had a problem with this "fact" because I have never heard of any place where you didn't have to deal with zoning/permit issues in any type of large construction.
They did get a sheriff to drive them up to the property to meet with the owner how blew them off. I must admit that the property didn't look anything like a residence to me. It was a huge, concrete structure that looked more like a government building. The did name the "owner" of this "residence" (sorry I can't remember it at the moment). The sheriff referred to the property as The Castle.
They asked around as to whether or not there was an underground complex with it. The sheriff made the observation that there are caves all over the state and it is certainly possible that there might be an underground cave beneath the structure. That appeared to be a reasonable statement because of the crystal mines in the state.
An unidentified local person took them to a place to show them an idea of what was underground. As they drove down this road there was a huge rock wall on the right hand side of the road with large entry ways at periodic locations. They finally pulled into one of the openings and I have to admit that it was interesting. They drove down what only can be described as a highway big enough for semi-trailers to pass each other going and and out of the underground location. There was also a set of train tracks. They described seeing large storage areas and so on, enough to conclude that it was possible that there was a huge underground complex that has been set up to house a number of people in the event of a disaster.
Jesse Ventura was a lot more out there in the how far he thinks the purpose of such a facility has been constructed. I kind of wondered if it is being built more for members of the 1% to serve as a place of safety if the 99% ever rise up against them.
Other comments made in the show:
Mountain View is a small community that used to have only one bank. All of a sudden a lot more banks began to crop up. I looked up the population of Mountain View and have to wonder how the area would have the economic base to support so many banks. Outside of the Walton family behind Walmart and Sams, isn't Arkansas actually a poor state? I used to be in banking and so I thought that issue was interesting.
They also talked about the number of earthquakes in Arkansas increasing by 2000 % from 2009 to 2011. I did look online there has been reports of a huge increase in the number of earthquakes there. Could this be due to fracking or the construction of a large underground complex?
The episode is called Ozarks
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Mountain View, Arkansas - is there a huge complex? (Original post)
Response to avebury (Original post)
Tue Nov 27, 2012, 02:39 PM
struggle4progress (91,086 posts)
2. "... Jesse Ventura and his team investigate a top secret government sponsored time travel program,
an operational death ray, the remnants of an alien battleground, and the underground bunkers of an ancient race of half human/half reptiles ..."
I guess I just really don't watch enough TV
Response to avebury (Original post)
Tue Apr 28, 2015, 03:36 PM
mvbeattie (1 post)
3. mix up
You're a little mixed up regarding the story line of Jesse Ventura's work of fiction. Jesse's team of crack investigators (or investigators on crack) were investigating two areas of the Ozarks. The first mention was of Mountain View AR. They noted a large increase in the number of banks relative to the local population. They had no explanation or even a thought of what this could mean. In other words they don't know enough about the banking system to even come up with a convincing lie. The second location mentioned was Ozark, MO. That is the location of a ridiculously large house being built. The crack investigators mentioned that it is a fortress capable of withstanding a nuclear blast. Anyone that knows anything about construction (not to mention rudimentary physics) could tell you... that house is NOT nuclear blast proof... as reported by Ventura's investigators on crack. BTW... the way Oliver Stone's son danced around in this episode he really appears to have smoked crack.
There are so many inconsistencies in Jesse "the meat head" Ventura's reporting, I find it hard to stop laughing at him. This is nothing more than sensationalized half truths strung together in a way that makes people believe this crazy crap. Google map the name "Château Pensmore, Ozark, MO". You will see the house under construction. If it was a secret government installation the sat and aerial imagery would have been blurred out. At the very least the government would have insisted Google delete the street view option. In addition, there is no evidence of railway tracks, parking lots filled with electric cars, nor underground installations.