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Secret Underground Tunnel Network Linking Pizzagate Properties Discovered

Miles of passages under Washington D.C. connecting property linked to pedogate

By: Jay Greenberg  |@NeonNettle
 on 28th February 2017 @ 12.23pm
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Miles of underground tunnels have been discovered hat connect Pizzagate-linked property

A huge underground network of tunnels has been discovered under Washington D.C. that seem to connect several properties that are linked to the Pizzagate Elite pedophile ring.

The series of abandoned water tunnels, aqueducts, and conduits appear to be connecting a number of properties that have ties to Pedogate, with some of the tunneling running directly underneath a number of properties owned by James Alefantis, who owns Comet Ping Pong - the pizzeria at the center of the Pizzagate scandal.

The underground tunnels also seem to connect other properties owned by the Clintons and John Podesta.

Fortified reports: First off there is a bit of background on the tunnels then there's a map outlining all the properties of interest in relation to the tunnel network. I've also included examples of some of the tunnels discovered.


The Washington Aqueduct

The Washington Aqueduct, managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, provides wholesale water treatment services to DC Water and its partners in Northern Virginia, Arlington County and Falls Church. - DC Water

The Origin of Washington's Water Supply? Architect of the Capital

Built in 1864 by Montgomery Meigs and the Army Corps of Engineers.

The Washington Aqueduct forms the central node in DC's water infrastructure.
Water splits into a set of parallel conduits and is gravity fed 9 miles from Great Falls, Maryland to Dalecarlia Reservoir.

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1864 | Reference | Original

Precast conduit segments for the Washington Aqueduct.

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Water continues under Reservoir Road near Georgetown Reservoir and Glover Archibald Park.

The aqueduct crosses Rock Creek Valley inside the Pennsylvania Avenue Bridge structurally supported by two 48-inch (122cm) arching water pipes.


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The conduits then begin to branch out in a network of smaller and smaller pipes that eventually connect with individual houses.

In total 12 miles of conduit, 11 tunnels, 6 bridges, pump stations, pipelines, and 2 reservoirs were built. - National Park Service

Note that just before the aqueduct crosses Rock Creek it branches off left into Georgetown. secret pizzagate tunnels

1864 | Reference


A close up of the Washington Aqueduct tunnels in downtown Washington. Note they pass straight through the White House.

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1865 | Reference | Original1 | Original2


In the mid-1920's a second conduit was added to increase the capacity of the system - National Park Service

The conduit is the largest structure of the water system. It stretches almost 12 miles downriver from the intake at Great Falls to the Georgetown Reservoir. The circular tube, built of brick, stone, and mortar, is 9 feet in diameter. It was constructed by tunneling and by deep rock cuts. A road was built parallel to the conduit to facilitate cleaning repairs and inspections. The road was originally named Conduit Road, today it is MacArthur Boulevard.

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1920s | Reference | Original1 | Original2


Route of the Washington Aqueduct conduit.

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The Washington Aqueduct | YouTube

This short documentary talks about only 1 conduit used at a time. We only see the conduit down as far as Georgetown Reservoir.

Cities of the Underworld - Washington DC: Seat of Power | YouTube

This documentary gives a good insight into the what the tunnels look like under DC.

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The Washington City (Lydecker) Tunnel


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The Washington (Lydecker) Tunnel, completed in 1901 by the Army Corps of Engineers, is up to 10 meters in diameter and runs 4 miles from Georgetown Reservoir to McMillain Reservoir. Shortly after in 1926 a second tunnel was dug beside it.

The Lydecker Tunnel Fiasco | Architect of the Capital

Within a decade the District’s population had increased by 75% and it was clear that a larger system was necessary.

The Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed the McMillan reservoir NE Washington

In 1882 Major Garret Lydecker started building a 4-mile long tunnel connecting the new McMillan Reservoir (east) with the existing Georgetown Reservoir (west).

The project was marred with corruption. Eventually, Lydecker received a court-martialed for his role in the fiasco and was banished to the Rocky Mountains.

The Washington Post describes the reality: “A committee of experts went through the tunnel and found that instead of a solid lining, thousands and thousands of feet of the tunnel contained nothing more than a brick arch, with spaces between the sides and the top of the arch and the original rock large enough to drive a coach through.”

The Army Corps of Engineers finished the tunnel by 1901

This map shows the proposed route of the Washington Tunnel.

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1883 | Reference | Original


This map shows the water distribution network for Washington DC. The Washington Tunnel is the red broken line running left across the map from McMillan Reservoir. The old Washington Aqueduct conduit is also shown in solid red lines.


1900 | Reference | Original


A Brief History of Bloomingdale | Bloomingdale DC

The Army Corps added the McMillan Park Reservoir and the Washington City Tunnel (10 meters in diameter and 4 miles long) between 1882 and 1902.

Bryant Street pumping station Final Seminar Project | By Justin Kockritz

A second tunnel paralleling the original was completed in 1926 which allowed the Lydecker Tunnel to be periodically closed for routine maintenance without noticeably interrupting water service.

Configuration of the Bedrock Surface of the District of Columbia and Vicinity | usgs.gov

The diagram below shows a cross-section of the tunnel. There are several vertical air shafts.

Original, p.31 | Reference


In the Widows Mite air shaft just north of Wyoming Avenue, near the line of Twenty-second Street, the official section shows a capping of "clay and sand 30 feet thick" underlain by 35 feet of "clay," but this is undoubtedly a mistake, as the gneiss has been revealed by many cellars in this vicinity under only a few feet of terrace gravel and sand. In the air shaft on the highest part of the ridge near the corner of Sand Thirty-fifth Streets the blueprint of the tunnel section shows 42 feet of "clay" lying on "soft rock" at a depth of 158.7 feet, but in fact the rotted bedrock outcropping extensively in that area is overlain by very thin remnants of terrace gravel at 195 feet above sea level. Probably the clay referred to is mostly rotten rock. 

Merging the two maps produced this.

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Properties of Interest
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1. Alefantis

3334 N St NW, Washington, DC 20007


2. Alefantis (Metro Interiors)

2605 P St, NW, Washington, DC 20007


Current business: Midtown Cleaners, Dry Cleaner / Press Associates Inc, Newspaper Publisher

3. Alefantis

1526 Wisconsin Ave, Nw, Washington, DC 20007


Current business: Little Birdies, children clothes shop. www.shoplittlebirdies.com

4. Alefantis

1531 33rd St, NW, Washington DC


Business: The Strand at Voltra

5. Alefantis

1536 Swann St, NW, Washington DC, 20009


6. Alefantis

2022 Columbia Rd, NW, Washington DC, 20009


7. Alefantis/Brock

2310 California St, NW, Washington DC, 20008


8. Alefantis

455 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington DC, 20001


9. Alefantis

3516 Rear, 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20010

10. Alefantis

Transformer Gallery, 1404 P St, NW, Washington, DC 20005

11. Clinton

3067 Whitehaven St, NW, Washington DC, 20008


12. Podesta

2438 Belmont Rd, NW, Washington DC, 20008



The Washington (Lydecker) Tunnel - Air Shafts

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These are approximated positions based on the maps.

A. S St & 35 St

3509 S St, NW, Washington, DC 20007

B. Widows mite Shaft

2215 Wyoming Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20008

C. Champain avenue Shaft

Champlain St, NW, Washington DC, 20009

D. 13th street shaft. 200ft North of Florida Avenue

1300 Belmont St, NW, Washington DC, 20009

Harrison G. Dyar (Mole Man) 1900 - 1916

I've included Harrison Dyar to show some example of the tunnels in central Washington D.C. This is a tunnel we know about on P Street, NW. This tunnel is highlighted in green on the map above.

Smithsonian Bug Expert By Day; Eccentric Tunnel Digger By Night | Architect of the Capital


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1510 P 21st St - Reference


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804 B St Independence Avenue - Reference


2 newspapers refer to 2 different addresses below:

1 - 1510 P 21st Street - Greater greater Washington

2 - 1512 P 21st St - Washington Post


In the articles they talk about these various locations:

2115 P St, NW

Workmen found a tunnel on P Street when digging foundations for Pelham Courts Luxury Appartment block Now Hotel Palomar

Pelham Courts Apartment block/Hotel Palomar 2121 P St, NW

while working on the foundation for the luxurious Pelham Courts apartments in Dupont Circle, workers made an unusual discovery: "Workmen find tunnel The passage is more than 100 feet long. (Washington Post, 5/19/1917)"
So do the tunnels themselves, which fan out as far as 200 feet behind his old Dupont Circle home, though they're now sealed with concrete.
The Pelham Courts of Dupont Circle are long gone, and the property now houses the Hotel Palomar. Reference

Tunnel appeared Behind Pelham Courts

“Washington was alive with stories of mystery, intrigue, romance, and adventure.” (Post, 3/4/1942)
While driving behind Pelham Courts in mid-September of 1924, a truck’s tires sank into the ground, revealing the entrance to a hidden underground shaft. Reference


I conclude from my research there are many tunnels under Washington DC. The ones outlined above are ones we know about. Some are as old as 1850s. As demand for water increased they built new tunnels and laid new pipes. The older tunnels being left to decay.
Interestingly here are 4 properties that sit directly on top of the old aqueduct tunnels. Most of the properties in Washington sit above some form of a tunnel or another but it seemed quite a coincidence that the only map I could find of the aqueduct system of tunnels was from 1900s and Alefantis etc have properties either very close or right on top of them. The articles point out the tunnels aren't that far from the surface so digging down from any building wouldn't be a great challenge. You would just need to know where to dig.

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