Lizard people secretly living under Los Angeles
A map of underground tunnels and cities has exposed reptilian ‘lizard people’ who have allegedly been secretly living directly under Hollywood, Los Angeles.
The tunnels are said to be equipped with ‘huge chambers’ that are big enough to house 1,000 families.
The Reptilians were discovered by a mining engineer named George Warren Shufelt back in 1933.
Shufelt was the inventor of what he called the radio X-ray machine, a device that enabled him to detect tunnels underground.
Shufelt was in possession of the underground map which detailed the tunnels and cities the reptilians lived under Hollywood, Los Angeles. Of course, nobody has seen the map until now.
The Reptilians are said to be technologically and intellectually superior to humans living on the surface. Theories have emerged of them using mysterious chemicals to construct a huge network of 285 tunnels under Los Angeles.
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LA TIMES AND ASSOCIATED PRESS SPREAD THE STORY OF REPTILIANS
According to Disclose.tv: The Los Angeles Times picked up on the story of the quest by Shufelt for the golden treasure belonging to the Lizard people and the Associated Press spread the tale all over the US.
The underground city was said to be shaped like a lizard and run from the head of the lizard, which was Elysian Park to the tail, with is the Central Library today. Shufelt claimed that he had found the exact location of the 1,900 square feet of tunnels along with rooms that had 9,000 feet of floor space and 16 rooms in which gold was stored and he had found this using his X-ray machine. He set about creating a map of all the passages under the surface of Fort Moore Hill.
He also received permission from the County Board of Supervisors to start a dig on North Hill Street during the depression and this was watched by many people. The newspaper reports were speculative and they said that the buried treasure was made up of Spanish gold that had been put there during the colonial period and said that the crew thought they were ready to retrieve it when 28 feet of the shaft had been sunk.
SHUFELT DUG 250 FEET DOWN BUT DID NOT FIND TREASURE OF TUNNELS
A deal was made by Shufelt along with the rest of his team that it would be split 50-50 with the county. The dig was slowed down by many challenges, including mud and dense boulders.
There were some experts who had claimed that the dig would have to go down about 1,000 feet. Shufelt managed to go down about 250 feet but he did not come across any tunnels or treasure. Once the winter had become spring the dig was stopped due to money drying up and slowly the stories of the tunnels and treasure stopped. G. Warren, which is the name he went by during the quest for the Lizard city remained in Los Angeles and lived in North Hollywood, where in November 1957 he died and left a story that, is still talked about today, along with a map that is memorable.