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UER Forum > Journal Index > Freak's Evil Clone World Domination Log > Foiled Again! (Viewed 2251 times)
Foiled Again!
entry by Freak 
8/3/2004 7:50 PM

So I took a trip into a major nearby city for the express purpose of exploring a huge UE site there, only to be totally denied access by a series of cirucumstances (don't really want to get too detailed until I actually get to explore this place). It seems like my UE luck is really fickle lately, last time I scouted this location I got in with no problem, but had almost no gear and little time to look around. Then when I returned with more people, more gear, etc... no way in The same thing happened when I tried getting into the Palmer satanist tunnels, and it's really annoying! Especially when, for both sites, I'm hardly ever there and scouting/exploring is kind of a once-off type of opportunity.

Fortunately later on I was able to infiltrate another site nearby, which I also can't talk about since it's sort of sensitive (no protection or signs, and the actual structure is more of a danger to the contents than explorers are, but if it showed up online someone at DHS would probably shit a brick). I then spent some time arguing with Stong from UEA over whether or not he'd actually seen part of this place when he visited Alaska, we eventually concluded that he hadn't been there, but a picture of it showed up on his camera somehow.

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