Since Google Earth launched in 2005, there have been dozens of mysterious images supposed planes and bunkers, even the face of Jesus captured by the satellites used for the virtual mapping program. But according to Allen Thomson, this one may be the weirdest.Thomson, a former CIA analyst, was recently using Google Earth while searching for an orbital tracking site in southwestern China when he spotted something strange constructed in the middle of the Kashgar desert.”I haven’t the faintest clue what it might be,” Thomson wrote in an email to Wired. “But it’s extensive, the structures are pretty big and funny-looking, and it went up in what I’d call an incredible hurry.”Thomson, who served in the CIA from 1972 to 1985, “has made something of a second career finding odd stuff in public satellite imagery,” according to Wired.
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