The first one we observed was in Palmdale, California. It is not operating as a
prison at the moment but is masquerading as part of a water facility. Now why
would there be a facility of this nature out in the middle of nowhere with
absolutely no prisoners? The fences that run for miles around this large
facility all point inward, and there are large mounds of dirt and dry moat
surrounding the central area so the inside area is not visible from the road.
There are 3 large loading docks facing the entrance that can be observed
from the road. What are these massive docks going to be loading?
We observed white vans patrolling the area and one came out and greeted
us with a friendly wave and followed us until we had driven safely beyond the
area. What would have happened had we decided to enter the open gate or
This facility is across the street from the Palmdale Water Department. The
area around the Water Department has fences pointing outward, to keep
people out of this dangerous area so as not to drown. Yet, across the street,
the fences all point inward. Why? To keep people in? What people? Who are
going to be it’s occupants?
There are also signs posted every 50 feet stating: State of California
Trespassing Loitering Forbidden By Law Section 555 California Penal Code.
Since when does a public park need armed guards?
A third site visited was in the San Fernando Valley, adjacent to the Water
District. Again, the area around the actual Water District had fences logically
pointing out (to keep people out of the dangerous area). And the rest of the
adjacent area which went on for several miles was ringed with fences and
barbed wire facing inward (to keep what or who in?) Also, interesting was the
fact that the addition to the tops of the fences were fairly new as to not even
contain any sign of rust on them. Within the grounds was a huge building that
the guard said was a training range for policemen. There were newly
constructed roads, new gray military looking buildings, and a landing strip.
For what? Police cars were constantly patrolling the several mile perimeter
of the area.
From the parking lot of the Odyssey Restaurant a better view could be taken
of the area that was hidden from site from the highway. There was an area
that contained about 100 black boxes that looked like railroad cars. We had
heard that loads of railroad cars have been manufactured in Oregon outfitted
with shackles. Would these be of that nature? From our position it was hard
In searching the Internet, I have discovered that there are about 600 of these
prison sites around the country (and more literally popping up overnight do
they work all night). They are manned, but yet do not contain prisoners. Why
do they need all these non-operating prisons? What are they waiting for? We
continuously hear that our current prisons are overcrowded and they are
releasing prisoners because of this situation. But what about all these
facilities? What are they really for? Why are there armed guards yet no one to
protect themselves against? And what is going to be the kick-off point to put
these facilities into operation?
What would bring about a situation that would call into effect the need for
these new prison facilities? A man-made or natural catastrophe? An
earthquake, panic due to Y2K, a massive poisoning, a panic of such
dimensions to cause nationwide panic?
Once a major disaster occurs (whether it is a real event or manufactured
event does not matter) Martial Law is hurriedly put in place and we are all in
the hands of the government agencies (FEMA) who thus portray themselves
as our protectors. Yet what happens when we question those in authority
and how they are taking away all of our freedoms? Will we be the ones
detained in these camp sites? And who are they going to round up? Those
with guns? Those who ask questions? Those that want to know what’s really
going on? Does that include any of us? The seekers of truth?
When first coming across this information I was in a state of total denial. How
could this be? I believed our country was free, and always felt a sense of
comfort in knowing that as long as we didn’t hurt others in observing our
freedom we were left to ourselves. Ideally we treated everyone with respect
and honored their uniqueness and hoped that others did likewise.
It took an intensive year of searching into the hidden politics to discover that
we are as free as we believe we are. If we are in denial, we don’t see the
signs that are staring at us, but keep our minds turned off and busy with all
the mundane affairs of daily life.