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Saturday, June 30, 2012

13 Places Google Doesn't Want You To See

13 Places Google Doesn't Want You To See

Baker Lake, NU, the Inuit nation in northern Canada
Baker Lake, NU, the Inuit nation in northern Canada
A man indentified as "Dr. Boylan" believes that the blacked out area seen above and
 those found in several other locations are blocking the locations of extraterrestrial 

Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany

This NATO air force hub is a retreat for the Operation Iraqi Freedom forces, and as
such could definitely be considered a terrorist target. That could explain why the
 facility is partially blanked out on Google Maps.
Pacific Northwest, USA
Here's one that gives us chills. What exactly are we not seeing here? The site is close
 to the Washington-Oregon border and is rumored to have something to do with FEMA,
 HAARP or, really, anything at all. Prison Planet readers inspected the site in person
 and could find no identifying details other than an ominous fence and unmarked
Szazhalombatta Oil Refinery, Hungary
One of the strangest acts of alleged "censorship" is this Hungarian oil facility, which is
 simply rendered green. That's right � the grounds are deleted, the buildings are
 missing, and what you have left is flat grass.
Huis Ten Bosch Palace, Netherlands
You wouldn't think the Dutch Royal Family would be a prime target for madmen, but
 the Huis Ten Bosch Palace remains heavily pixilated on Google Maps no matter the
 angle. (The surrounding area and trees therein, on the other hand, come in crystal
 clear at close range.)
Unknown area, Russia
Another one that is so mysterious, no one has a clue what it is. One commenter on the
 website Siberian Light speculates it's either "a radar station or missile interceptor,"
 while another notes that the image of the surrounding area appears to have been
copy-pasted from another part of the country.
Mobil Oil Corporation, Buffalo, NY, USA
Some have criticized Mobil of Buffalo, NY for blurring their facilities, saying the oil
corporation doesn't have much of a case for being a terrorist target (terrorists hate
snow, you know.) On the other hand, we can't be sure what their reasoning is.
North Korea
You've no doubt heard about this country, one of the members of the supposed
 "Axis of Evil," but few have ever visited. You won't see it on Google Maps, either,
 as the entire country exists in images but without highway markers, street names,
 or any other identifying details.
Reims Airbase, France
Why is the Reims Airbase in France blocked out? Perhaps it emits a particularly foul
 body odor. (Just kidding, we love the French.)
Indian Point Power Plant, New York, USA
Everyone from Democratic Governor Mario Cuomo to former Republican
Congresswoman Sue Kelly has called for the Indian Point Power Plant to be shut down.
 On top of environmental concerns, the upstate New York structure is, according to
 experts in the energy field, not strong enough to withstand an earthquake like the one
 that recently devastated Japan.
Volkel Airbase, Netherlands
It's pretty ridiculous how blatantly blurred this one is, but then again, WikiLeaks did
 publish a diplomatic cable that confirmed the presence of nuclear warheads at this
HAARP Site, Gakona, Alaska, USA
HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) is one of the most
controversial operations currently active in the United States. The Gakona, AK site
 and its ionospheric testing is believed by some conspiracy theorists to be the cause
of everything from floods to earthquakes, although the evidence of this is very minimal.
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Salinas, CA, USA
Here's the strangest bit of censorship on Google Maps: the Mazda Raceway Laguna
Seca in Salinas, California. It's heavily whited out, in fact, as if an angry hand did the
 trick. The weirdest part is the facility is just what it sounds like: a seemingly-harmless

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