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Map of Metro-2 system as supposed to be by the US military intelligence

Metro-2 in Moscow, Russia is a purported secret underground metro system which parallels the public Moscow Metro. The system was built supposedly during (or from) the time of Stalin and codenamed D-6 by the KGB[1].

Russian journalists have reported that the existence of Metro-2 is neither confirmed nor denied by the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) or the Moscow Metro administration.

The length of Metro-2 is rumored to exceed even that of the "civil" (i.e. public) Metro. (It is said to have 4 lines and lie 50 to 200 m deep. It is said to connect the Kremlin with the FSB headquarters, the government airport at Vnukovo-2, and an underground town at Ramenki, in addition to other locations of national importance.

In 1994, the leader of an urban exploration group, the Diggers of the Underground Planet, claimed to have stumbled on an entrance to this underground system [2].

Various aspects of Metro-2 lore are described by one source as "a parody excursion by public transport into the murky world of 'intelligence'" [3]. This source describes virtually all available information as "speculative, unsupported by documentation such as photographs. There are narratives told by people who said they helped build Metro-2, and urban spelunkers claim to have 'seen' Metro-2. But there are no explicit 'firsthand' accounts."[3]

References

  1. ^ http://www.moscowpass.ru/dir_eng/3006200303429/
  2. ^ Kalder, Daniel (2008). Strange Telescopes. Faber and Faber. ISBN 978-0571231232.  
  3. ^ a b transitcabal. "The Secret Worldwide Transit Cabal". Transitcabal.blogspot.com. http://transitcabal.blogspot.com/2004_09_01_transitcabal_archive.html. Retrieved 2009-06-01.  

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