Obscure Passages



The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower

Localization: Paris - France.

Destination: P‚hry.

Discovered by: Unknown.

Ferryman: No.

Status: Possible opening.

Means: Passage.


   It is absolutely not astonishing that a building such as the Eiffel Tower can be a probable Passage Place towards the world of the Obscure Cities so much is large the number of indices relating to it on this subject. So many researchers traverse this one in any direction since many years in the search of still some other additional indices, and even in search of the Passage in itself as well there isn't for them any doubt that the Tower can dissimulate one.

   According to these researchers, the indices would thus not miss. Among the most significant, one will note the fact that the Tower was built for the World Fair of 1889. One knows today how much often the World Fairs could be used to build some Passages towards the Obscur continent as it was probably the case for the one of 1967 in Montreal or the one of 2000 in Hanover. It would not be astonishing that the one of 1889 would have also be used as pretext, especially when one know that the Obscure City of P‚hry, the obscure double of Paris was even twice the place of an interurban exposure.

   Indeed, it would seem well that it is towards the Obscure City of P‚hry that can carry out the Eiffel Tower. Obscurologist demonstrate it with two documents of Obscure origin representing on the horizon a Tower extremely similar to the Eiffel Tower of Paris. Although the origin of these documents is rather uncertain and that nothing permits to judge, within sight of those that it acts well in P‚hry of a perfect double of the famous Parisian tower, it does not seem to be any doubt that a Tower identical to the Eiffel Tower exists in the obscure city of P‚hry. This assumption seems to be confirmed by a letter sent by the famous obscure scientist Axel Wappendorf to his friend Michel Ardan (see the luminocaptor). The name of a strange tower located at P‚hry and called the Frayed Tower is there very clearly quoted.

   If one still takes into account the rumour according to which Gustave Eiffel would have been initiated to the reality of the Obscur world by his Master Paul Rťgnauld, it does not seem to be any doubt that Eiffel could himself have built the Tower with an aim of creating  a Passage towards the Obscure cities.

   All these assumptions remain however unverifiable to date. All search within the Tower remains vain and it is not the continuous flood of tourists who survey it each day which will facilitate those ones...