by Jeff Skinner
The PGA Tour stops in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia this week and while the course is interesting and the resort is first rate there is much more than meets the eye at The Greenbrier Resort. During the Cold War the federal government built a huge bunker underneath the Greenbrier. It was built to house all of Congress in the event of a national emergency and the entire country could be run from the safety of the self-sufficient bunker.
The bunker was maintained for over thirty years until The Washington Post printed a story on the top secret bunker. It is now one of the many attractions at The Greenbrier. Take a look at the videos. They give you a view of one really big bunker.