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IN OMG! ON 01 Dec, 2015
Back in 2005, Tennessee police raided a house in Trousdale County after discovering unusual power fluctuations in the area's electrical grid. When the investigator discovered illegal splicing of electrical wires pirating power to one home, they decided to move in. But what they discovered left them in shock. The house was actually a cultivating zone for a Marijuana dealer, who was illegaly growing Cannabis. The police revealed $8 million worth cannabis cultivation, which is estimated to be per year income.
Police investigating the odd power interruptions lit on this house. A normal looking two-story home on the Tennessee countryside was the cultivating zone for marijuana. Police quickly discovered something strange was afoot.
Police was shocked! Why would an unoccupied home need so much power? Investigating further, they discovered nobody even lived at the house-it didn't even have furniture! Then they stumbled on something extraordinary -"A secret door in the garage"
Beyond the vault-like door was a 250 foot natural, underground cave filled with marijuana. It also had a working kitchen, bedrooms, and office areas. The cave even had a full bathroom and air conditioning.
Marijuana is easy to cultivate at home by maintaining ideal environment and temperature. The weed mafias better know how to grow finest strains secretly.
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