Sunday, December 18, 2005

 

Tunnels?

Secret and mysterious tunnels have fascinated humans since the dawn of civilization. Which do you find more interesting, this story of a woman who lived in a furnished lava tube or this story of the Cu Chi tunnels -- a parallel universe fill with 10,000 people?

What are your favorite tunnel images, stories, and myths? What famous people through history dreamed of spending their lives in tunnels?

Comments:
I'm fond of any of the countless stories about huge underground networks in the southwestern USA.

And also the caves where the Dropa Stones were supposedly found seem interesting.
 
I seem to remember some stories about tunnels in South America that supposedly linked many of the Incan cities. One of these tunnels, of course, was supposed to contain a large cache of Incan gold.

I find the rumor/legend of tunnels riddling the Giza plateau quite interesting as well.
 
The Cu Chi tunnels look fascinating, kind of like underground gnome homes.
My friends and I used to either scream or hold our breath (or attempt to) for the length of tunnels as we drove through them.
 
I have always been fascinated with caves & underground systems. I was raised in Carlsbad, N.M. & there are cave systems throughout the region.
AS far as the girl in Maui is concerned, if there is not a rush of hoards of people to the area which would harm the area- leave the girl alone for Christs sake.
 
I find everything interesting & caves & tunnels are no exception. But I've never wanted to spend much time spelunking.

If Karen Mayfield needs help in court, let us know, I'll donate.
 
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