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In 2001the work began on the biggest dam project in history of the human kind The place chosen was the Great Canyon in Colorado After six months of heavy digging workers had found something strange John who was one of the scientists that come to this site was especially interested in this subject He in his long black trench coat looked like Germans during World War II He looked even more familiar to SS man when he took off his hat and sunglasses and showed his blonde hair and blue eyes His team was already ready to go to the zero zone Their assistant was Michael He was main contractor of the construction He showed them the place where they found this thing -So what is it - Asked John -I dont know besides thats why youre here to find out -Right Soon they were on the place There was this big hole blown by the explosives The purpose was to make fundaments for dam so that it would not leak the water The cave was reddish in color as the rest of the landscape The thing that you couldnt miss was that after few feet from the entrance it was not a cave anymore -So this is the place said John -Yeah look at this polished walls -Aha and Im sure it was not done by water -Yeah thats for sure-said Mike with a little excitement in his voice and added-I worked on similar projects many times and I saw many kinds of caves with really weird shapes but never like this one -Its its just that it is so symmetric-added John The cave was very large and they had to bring flashlights because they couldnt see a thing In the middle of the room John found big object that looked kind of similar to artifacts from Egypt The object was square in base and as it went up it changed to a
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