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The White House. Surprises and Secrets Hidden Inside

by DispatchWord

The White House is the official residence and workplace of the president of the United States.

The White House has been built and rebuilt over the last 226 years. It’s even been burned down to the ground and built back up again. It’s no surprise that the place is full of secrets, but what are they, exactly? In the list below, we reveal just a few of the secrets to be found inside the White House.

 


SECRET TUNNELS

SECRET TUNNELS

SECRET TUNNELS

There is actually a whole network of underground passages, rooms and tunnels buried beneath the White House. but they don’t expect what’s actually inside of them! These are not just a network of tunnels leading to important places or covert escape routes. Two floors deep.  Complete with a Bowling Alley, Dentist's and even a chocolate shop with rumors however spurious of a system of tunnels leading to other important buildings.  Of course, there are speculations that the White House does indeed have secret getaway tunnels, but the Secret Service will not confirm nor deny. For obvious reasons.

 


SECRET TRAP DOOR

SECRET TRAP DOOR

SECRET TRAP DOOR

There have been many theories about a secret trap door underneath the president’s desk, This perhaps stems from JFK's presidency, where an opening panel was added. That would be too obvious though, don’t you think? However there is talk of a secret door panel in a wall in the Oval Office which leads to a hidden staircase descending into the White House's underground tunnel system.

 


PRESSURE PADS

PRESSURE PADS

PRESSURE PADS

The Oval Office has pressure pads beneath the floor for the president’s protection. Apart from hidden sensors, While most of the secret service agents are outside of the office, they know where the President is at all times, in case the have to burst in for any reason.

 


ROOFTOP SURVEILLANCE

ROOFTOP SURVEILLANCE

ROOFTOP SURVEILLANCE

The little old building on the back of the $20 bill is known all around the world as the residence and workplace of the president. the rooftops are filled with instruments and antennas said to be used to monitor the airspace above the grounds and perhaps even anti-drone vigilance.

 


WINE CELLAR

WINE CELLAR

WINE CELLAR

President John Biden, who commands more than a million troops,  has to make do with a wine cellar that is the “size of a walk-in closet”. the size of the first family's wine cellar is kept very hush hush, however judging by the underground bowling alley and chocolate shop, one can only imagine a winery of presidential proportions. But according to one source the wine cellar is only the size of a small closet.

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