Mythical US Espionage Complex Exhumed Beneath Columbus Casino site
In only one image taken well after the site was cleared, four months before the casino's groundbreaking, an underground structure, with the perfect symmetry of a 1000 foot building, appeared to be being exhumed, before the casino builders would stumble into it.
This structure perfectly matched this myth, that Wise calls, "The Legend of Sullivant's Hill."
It claims that in the late 1870s, armed with light bulbs and telephones, the US Secret Service opened the nation's first undercover espionage agency on this site, which was the former site of Camp Chase, a very high-security Civil War army base.
This video is a study of this imagery, which seems to eliminate everything else that it could be.
For further information on this legend, or to read the first few chapters of Wise's first action novel based on this ancient Columbus myth, go to UpperColumbus.com.
This entire series is to help create interest and tourism for this avoided and economically depressed side of Columbus.
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