Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Ft. Devens, Massachusetts

The claim: Active detention facility. More data needed.

What it really is: The base was closed in 1995, but was reopened in 2007 as an Army Reserve installation.

While there isn't a Federal prison there, there is a Federal Medical center there that handles male inmates requiring specialized or long-term medical or mental health care.


  1. Someone said they opened part of this base for urban assault training. Also much of the grounds are littered with lead and copper. And something about bunkers being sealed shut and buried to conceal something

    1. Who told you? Was it someone whom had worked at the base?

      Even if they did have urban assault training there it really wouldn't mean nothing as such training could be used overseas.

      Having much of the grounds littered with lead and copper only means that they're bad at cleaning up after live fire training (they do have a training support battalion there)

      As for the bunkers that just sounds like pure BS.