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UER Forum > US: Pacific Northwest > Anyone been to The Temple of Oculus Anubis in Oregon? (Viewed 11402 times)
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< Reply # 20 on 6/29/2016 10:05 PM >
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I know this thread is old and all, but I didn't find this forum until recently. Anyway, I had a calculus project with a guy at the house next door from this place, and unfortunately there's nothing suspicious going on, it's just a rich guy who likes weird Egyptian decorations.
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That's what they all say, until the guy dies and has am estate sale, then someone finds a bunch of skeletons in a locked room that no one was supposed to be able to find.




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< Reply # 22 on 6/30/2016 11:27 PM >
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TheFallopianDude is in on the whole thing and is just part of the illuminati conspiracy to cover it all up. These aren't the droids you're looking for...uh huh.




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That's what they all say, until the guy dies and has am estate sale, then someone finds a bunch of skeletons in a locked room that no one was supposed to be able to find.


...what i wouldn't give to be the one to find such a thing...




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I know this thread is old and all, but I didn't find this forum until recently. Anyway, I had a calculus project with a guy at the house next door from this place, and unfortunately there's nothing suspicious going on, it's just a rich guy who likes weird Egyptian decorations.
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It's clear that any force that has the power to flip a gate on its side is formidable. The barn of doom appears to be able to alter normal space perhaps even spacetime.
It maybe the gateway to another dimension or universe. Are there any missing or sideways standing explorers? oh my...




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It's clear that any force that has the power to flip a gate on its side is formidable. The barn of doom appears to be able to alter normal space perhaps even spacetime.
It maybe the gateway to another dimension or universe. Are there any missing or sideways standing explorers? oh my...


I find that i usually spend about a third of my time standing sideways. It's usually paired with loss of consciousness. Should i be concerned?




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I find that i usually spend about a third of my time standing sideways. It's usually paired with loss of consciousness. Should i be concerned?


Meh, not if you're nipping heavy on a fifth. In this state many times horizontal orientation is safer. Perhaps in this strange new dimension everyone is punch drunk silly.
Apparently crossing back to our dimension can trigger pounding headaches and nausea in some as well.

Base on this most recent intel, bringing at least a fifth of good whiskey per person is now advisable to anyone planning to visit the temple.
Without it crossing the gateway may prove to be -impossible-




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Sounds dangerous. Better bring some Bowmore 16 year to be safe.




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Sounds dangerous. Better bring some Bowmore 16 year to be safe.


Inferior grades and especially watered down whiskies could cause a fracture in the spacetime continuum and the hapless explorer to implode.
If you must enter, good whiskey is your only hope of doing so intact.

Beer must be avoided at all costs in this dimensional gateway or all of mankind may become extinct on the first chug.

Strange as this seems to this explorer, these do appear to be the facts.
Good thing Radical Ed is on the East coast... the fate of all humanity now hinges on him not coming to the temple's orgy of booze.
He's gonna be pissed he didn't get an invite...




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To be fair, i'd rather be sipping my fancy booze at home after an adventure, and guzzling bombers of craft ales while in abandoned places.

But then my only hobby that actually costs money is drinking, so... that's where my money goes. I cut my expenses elsewhere and buy the good shit.

Perks of enjoying free stuff like trespassing and photography.




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Well, damn. Just saw this yesterday

http://www.oregonl...art_river_home_pop

A 41-year-old man who cheated public and private health insurance plans and the Internal Revenue Service out of $2.5 million over seven years at his father's eye clinic should spend at least 2 1/2 years in federal prison, a prosecutor argued Tuesday.

But a defense lawyer countered that Anthony Curtis Neal suffers from autism spectrum disorder and was acting as a "servant'' for his "manipulative,'' "monstrous'' and "distorted'' father.




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Uhh yikes. He tied up and raped his wife and she divorced him in '97. There might actually be some skeletons in hidden closets.




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The upside to this whole thing is that the house will probably be up for sale soon! Get your cameras ready!




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My grandfather took me there when I was a kid, he says he "knows" people who've been in (Who knows the validity of that claim, haha) and apparently it's nothing too special, as a few other people have said.




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This is an old thread I know but, I saw someone had mentioned a rumor of a tunnel system below. I'm pretty sure this is true! While I've never been before, one of my friends went poking around the forest near there they found a wood plank under some leaves and when they lifted it up it dropped to some sort of room/tunnel but, they didn't go inside because they were too spooked!




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This is an old thread I know but, I saw someone had mentioned a rumor of a tunnel system below. I'm pretty sure this is true! While I've never been before, one of my friends went poking around the forest near there they found a wood plank under some leaves and when they lifted it up it dropped to some sort of room/tunnel but, they didn't go inside because they were too spooked!


But you didn't go find what your friend was talking about?




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But you didn't go find what your friend was talking about?


Posted by ORexplORegon
This is an old thread I know but, I saw someone had mentioned a rumor of a tunnel system below. I'm pretty sure this is true! While I've never been before, one of my friends went poking around the forest near there they found a wood plank under some leaves and when they lifted it up it dropped to some sort of room/tunnel but, they didn't go inside because they were too spooked!


A single 70ft tunnel may or not have been made. Permits were pulled to do so, unclear if they were ever completed. It was supposed to go from the Dad's house to the son's house. The Dad's house was never finished, he died before completion. The incomplete house can still be seen from Google Earth.

The guy that lives there, Anthony Curtis Neal, has a form of Autism and lives there with his wife. Idk if there are kids - really didn't care enough to read the entire article. There are no cults, people in hoods, or white SUVs - that is all bullshit. Absolutely no mystery - just an autistic guy with odd taste that wants to be left alone. As for the kid that approached the fence and uncovered a board that revealed a tunnel, I call a HUGE bullshit on that too. Pics or it never happened.

https://criminal.m...bis-mystery-solved

https://www.oregon...c_manager_con.html




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