2. Mount Weather, USA
A high-security federal government facility along the Loudoun-Clarke County border in Virginia, the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Centre is a major reallocation site for the highest level civilian and military officials in case of a national emergency. Built during the Cold War as a relocation site, the facility consists of two parts: the above-ground FEMA complex and the 600,000-square-foot underground facility. Mount Weather actually has its own security system, its own leaders, its own police and fire departments and even its own laws. This underground bunker includes a hospital, crematorium, dining and recreation areas, sleeping quarters, reservoirs of drinking and cooling water, an emergency power plant, and a radio and television studio which is part of the Emergency Braodcasting System. So what exactly does the US Government know that the rest of the country doesn’t?