Written By Michael Reign on Saturday, October 12, 2013 | 12:41 AM

A 55,000,000 square foot (5,060,000 m3), 1,100-acre (4.5 km2) subterranean enclosure situated within the bluffs directly above the Missouri River in the general vicinity of Kansas City. This government funded project is recognized as the world’s largest underground storage facility. Developed by late Kansas City Chiefs National Football League Franchise owner Lamar Hunt via Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development, Inc., it came to trademark the phrase “World’s Largest Underground Business Complex”.
The SubTropolis structure serves as yet another example of the corporatist monopolized telecommunications industry’s myriad attempts to portray the construction of government subsidized underground facilities in a beneficent light. Each one individually, formally recognized as a subsidiary interagency component within the framework of a multitudinous collective aggregate actively engaging in the concealment of documented evidence proffered by numerous accredited researchers - documentation contradictory to any purported claims of viability.

The cinematic references below confirm the existence of this labyrinthine construct, a gargantuan subterranean super complex extending thousands of miles beneath the Ozark mountains:

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