Federal Severe Hazard Repositories

The Federal Severe Hazard Repositories are special containment facilities for things of such a danger that extreme measures must be used to contain them. Commonly viewed as prisons and insane assylums for dangerous superhumans, the majority of the Repositories contain devices, artifacts, and phenomena that are deemed potential existential hazards, or whose dangers are such that no lesser form of containment will protect humanity from them.

The surface facilities of the Repositories were demolished, but most of the actual containment was underground. There were six Repositories, which have both numbers and names.

  • Repository One – Fort Leavenworth Prison (Leavenworth County, Kansas)
  • Repository Two – Indian Head (Charles County, Maryland)
  • Repository Three – Archeluta Mesa Facility (Dulce, New Mexico)
  • Repository Four – Dreamland (Groom Lake, Nevada)
  • Repository Five – Camp Pendleton Repository (Camp Pendleton, California)
  • Repository Six – Bliss Stage Containment Center (Randolph Air Force Base, Texas)

Federal Severe Hazard Repositories

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