Obscure Passages



The Zeppelin Luftschiffbau Factory

The Zeppelin Luftschiffbau Factory

Friedrichshafen - Allemagne.

Destination: Mylos.

Discovered by: Amaury Triaud.

Ferryman: No.

Status: Destroyed.

Means: Passage.


   Located at Friedrichshafen, the Zeppelin Luftschiffbau factories were the greatest site of construction of Zeppelin airship of Germany. The few photographic archives which remain of these factories show between those and the establishments Dinesen de Mylos some quite strange similarities.

   According to the inventor of this Passages Place, these similarities would have an explanation altogether rather simple. During the Allied bombardments during the second world war, it is not impossible that a Passage opened, under the influence of the violence of those ones. Some workmen could then have escaped by this open fault and have found themselves in Mylos where they would have there then to bring their knowledge and their know-how. This would explain the impressing number of resemblance between the airships of the obscure world and those which existed during first half of the twentieth century on our world.

   This passage was completely destroyed during the Second World War. However it could be reopened soon, if it already does not exist, in one or more other places. Indeed, the airship knows in this moment a renewed interest, and several sites of construction as several hangars were built since 1990. In these places, it is not impossible that new passages open again.