Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Secret Kentucky Cavern Indestructible

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Below metropolitan Louisville, Kentucky, lies an indestructible cavern that can protect citizens from disaster.

The Louisville Mega Cavern is a 17-mile-long maze of caves situated beneath the city that was built back in the 1960s during the Cuban Missile Crisis as an underground bunker should America go to war.

Now, the cavern is a rocky road tour that takes passengers through the dark caves on a SUV-pulled tram.

Co-owner Tom Tyler says the cavern is still as strong and safe as it ever was, and is literally indestructible.

He assures that if the planes that crashed into the Twin Towers on 9/11 hit the cavern, the people inside wouldn’t even notice because it’s built from the “hardest limestone in the world.”

In fact, the Mega Cavern is so safe, Tyler is sure that the government might one day commandeer it and utilize it if there’s ever a national emergency.

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