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ArxFerrum 8 year s ago
#1- According to the US Government, Ft. Knox no longer holds any gold... but then again, it all depends on how much you believe what the government tells ya.
       
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one.dirty.old.man 8 year s ago
#1 Fort Knox Army Base is also home of the M1 Abrams Tank training center, so attack at your own risk.
       
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jackhammer8 8 year s ago
There is nothing secret about the Granite Mountain Records Vault (#3). It holds a bunch of genealogical and family history records. They're currently being digitized and released for free. Just because it's Mormon doesn't make it secret. Also, the garbage about the high security isn't true either. No, it's not open to the public. That doesn't mean there are snipers on the mountain.
       
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Fort Knox: Fort Knox, located in Kentucky, is an Army post and is also home to the US Bullion Depository where the US keeps thousands of tons of gold, and important historical documents. Not only is this place extremely guarded, but it’s also protected by a 22-ton blast door and more security cameras than you could probably find on-line.
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