Obscure Passages



The Fortress of Mons

The Fortress of Mons

Mons-en-Baroeul - France.

Destination: Unknown.

Discovered by: Sébastien Bizeul.

Ferryma: No.

Status: Possible opening.

Means: Passages.


The Obscure file

   The assumption of the Fortress of Mons is connected by certain aspects with that of the Citadel of Namur. They are indeed two military fortifications and the two places seem to make the subject of many investigations on behalf of people for whom the Obscure Cities do not seem to be unknown.

   However, the Fortress of Mons comprises some specificities which are proper for him as shows the thick file we received about it. The first singular element of this file is the person of Ibouchir Bouna and particularly the book which he would have written called "Obscure Disappearances". This book would have been the property of the library of Villeneuve d'Ascq, but it would have disappeared in completely unknown circumstances. Only the title of this book is a enigma by himself. Then, the Fortress of Mons is indeed one of the rare cases where the decouvror of the place affirms to have performed at least once the Passage. It would seem however that any later attempt failed.

   Who is Ibouchir Bouna really? How its book appears in the list of the books owned by the library of Villeneuve d' Ascq? Which secrecies this book contains in it? Is there somwhere a Passage dissimulated in the Fortress of Mons? The Fortress of Mons still preserves unfortunately all its enigmas.