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LOS ANGELES PROHIBITION TUNNELS! Despite prohibition laws, 11 miles of service tunnels became passageways to basement speakeasies with innocuous fronts above ground. Patrons were able to move about under the city, boozing it up without a care in the world, while the Mayor's office ran the supply of hootch. There are stories of these tunnels being used by police to transport prisoners, bank security to move large sums of cash safely, and both coroners and mobsters to store bodies. - Atlas Obscura. Much of the network has been declared an earthquake hazard and closed to the public. Our hero got in! And was caught by security! Subscribe to my Youtube channel and follow me on all of my Urban Exploration, Drone and TRAVEL adventures. LET'S GO!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9_pqPXEpmE

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You guys should check this place out.  I drive or run by it occasionally.  It appears to be an abandoned cock fighting area.  I believe it is at Porter and Franklin in Norman.
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If you have seen the site, you will recognize this post ;)

Cool site! I'm going to share this with a buddy that's into urban exploring and geocaching :).
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