Let's be clear that this is not a new theory. Underground tunnels do exist below many parts of America including ours. One trucker believes the tunnels he just delivered to in Missouri are suspicious.

Some things to note here. First, these underground networks aren't really "hidden" per se. Trucks from all over the country deliver goods here just about every day and have for years. Second, this guy uses some very NSFW language. I'm not a prude, but dude...it almost sounds like he made up some new bad words as he was going. So maybe don't blast the speakers if you have kids around or are at work while checking out what he thinks is suspicious.

I did some additional research about the underground storage areas under Springfield, Missouri where he captured this video. Springfield News Leader shared some interesting details that are worth noting involving his theory. The tunnels were first dug in 1946 when this area became a quarry. The underground warehouses became a reality around 1960 and their article states it was first refrigerated area was used by Kraft for food storage.

It's not unfair to wonder if the government could be using this space for some type of disaster and/or war preparation. There's just no way to know so this lands firmly in the land of conspiracy theory.

There is one interesting twist I noticed at the end of the Springfield News Leader article. It mentions that there is still blasting happening in the underground mines, but the company that owns the mines aren't the only ones blasting. Hmm. Call Mulder and Scully because this sounds like a X-Files case to me.

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