No.12: Room 39
Room 39 is said to be an area where nefarious crimes are committed like drug manufacturing, counterfeiting of U.S. currency and financial fraud.
This place is located in the Workers party building in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. North Korea in itself is one of the most highly restricted areas in the world so it is obvious why this place is on the list.
No.11: Dulce Base, United States
In 1979, American businessman Paul Bennewitz became convinced that he was intercepting electronic communications from aliens outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico in a town named Dulce.
Since then, the area he discovered signals have come to be known as the Dulce base, and it said to be a joint government-alien biogenetic laboratory that carries out experiments on humans and animals.
The upper level is controlled by the government while the lower levels closest to the Earth are reportedly run by extraterrestrials. A man by the name of Phil Schneider claimed to have helped build an entrance to the top-secret base but was later found dead in his apartment, piano wire was wrapped around his neck.
No.10: Queen’s Bedroom, Great Britain
In 1982, a man by the name of Michael Fagan scaled Buckingham Palace’s 14-foot high perimeter wall despite it being adored with revolving spikes and barbed wire, climbed up a drainpipe and wandered into the queen’s bedroom in the early morning hours.
He triggered alarms but they were faulty and then sat on the edge of her bed while she slept and drank a cup of tea. Since the incident, security at the Palace has been ramped up and the Queen’s bedroom perimeter is outfitted with sophisticated alarms, motion sensors and round the clock security guard presence.
No.9: Bohemian Grove
Every summer for around 150-years this secretive California campground hosts a gathering of the most powerful men in the world.
Past presidents such as Richard Nixon and Herbert Hoover have attended. Women are not allowed.
Private meetings at this retreat were directly responsible for the Manhattan project, the project that led to the development of the atomic bomb.
No.8: Bahnhof/ Wikileaks, Sweden
Wikileaks is an international journalistic organization that has been publishing secret information to various governments around the world since 2006.
Bahnhof is an independent Swedish Internet service provider. What do the two have in common? Well, quite a lot as it turns out.
All of Wikileaks’ servers are hosted in a Bahnhof data center located in a top secret secured bunker named Pionen that is burrowed away into the White Mountains in Stockholm.
The controversial Wikileaks’ servers have long tried to be found by the Swedish police, without any luck or cooperation from Bahnhof. The bunker features steel doors and can withstand a nuclear attack, as it was originally built to be a Cold War Shelter.
No.7: Fort Knox
The United States Army Post Fort Knox is located in Kentucky, just south of Louisville. This 109,000-acre base is considered one of the most secure places on the planet.
Protected by around 30,000 soldiers and a flotilla of attack helicopters, nothing is getting in or out of this base without it being known!
What are they protecting that is so important? The Fort holds the United States Gold Bullion Reserve as well as countless other national treasures.
No.6: Pine Gap Australia
Located in Central Australia, south-west of Alice Springs, this is the only place within the continent that is designated as a strict no-fly zone. This secret site is a key contributor to the global surveillance network ECHELON.
This location is partly run by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, U.S. National Security Agency, U.S. National Reconnaissance Office and the Australian Government.
No.5: The Mormon Church Secret Vault
Believed to contain over 3 billion pages of information pertaining to genealogy and family history of Americans, the vault is completely off limits save for tours on very rare occasions.