8 Some Old Basements May Hide Something Interesting

Some Old Basements May Hide Something Interesting

Posted on July 5, 2014 by team

One Russian blogger who likes to visit different abandoned places found a protective door in the basement of an abandoned building. The basement could actually be just an ordinary basement or have a shelter inside, but not this one, this one was special…

She just need to come down..

To see this door.

And this is what was hidden inside! An accelerator!


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8 Responses to “Some Old Basements May Hide Something Interesting”

  1. petrohof says:

    particle beam weapon experiment

  2. totemstudio says:

    Nice, whatever it is :)

  3. Tutan Camon says:

    Is not an accelerator!!!!!!!Is only an giant popcorn machine for Soviet Union comrades!One popcorn made by this machine is big like one potato and the taste is like salted smoked fish,because is good with vodka and pickles.

  4. Not funny says:

    How many like this unguarded underground research facilities you can find in Russia? When i saw this two lead containers with radioactive sources left over hairs on my head just stand up, doesn’t anyone in Russia isn’t responsible for protecting the hot stuff like this? If Lana can get there, so can mad religious people from middle east, some one should call to any functioning nuclear institute and spoke about this, this is very dengerous, this should be get protected as soon as possible, this isn’t funny at all.

  5. Mister Twister says:

    Nicola Tesla would be proud!… or horrified.

  6. Piter says:

    Like F.E.A.R. :)

  7. Burt Ward says:

    The supper conducting super collider in Texas was 100x larger than this one and twice as large as CERN. But billions into development Clinton defunded it and he told Anne Richards to get bent. Now its a flooded hole in the ground but would have most likely by now found Higgs Boson and the set of bosonettes.

  8. Toxa says:

    Abandoned soviet Black Mesa facility.

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