Talk:United States Capitol Visitor Center

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bunker[edit]

is it possible that below the Visitor Center there has been built a bunker for the congressmen? Thats's a common theory... --111Alleskönner (talk) 13:59, 22 February 2012 (UTC)

Certainly possible. it's not difficult to see this being floated in several places (national geographic being just one of them (starts at ~32:25). i wonder why the article does not make even a single mention of this ?