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Abandoned Daisy Town, Tennessee
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05-20-2017 03:46 AM

 



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RE: Abandoned Daisy Town, Tennessee
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Looks a bit like an early, prototype southeast Bilderberg, one small one of several more throughout the U.S.
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RE: Abandoned Daisy Town, Tennessee
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-20-2017 03:46 AM)
Looks a bit like an early, prototype southeast Bilderberg, one small one of several more throughout the U.S.

I know about the Bilderberg conference, but I'm not sure what you are talking about. Is that like a community for those type of people to retreat and have private meetings at?

When I was learning about the history of this place and all the stories about how rich and powerful the people were, it made me think of a secret society of sorts. I kept picturing them out in the woods, worshiping some sort of statue, while their wives and kids were back at the clubhouse.

I guess I was thinking of a mountain-man's Bohemian Grove.
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