Site 14
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Site 14 is the modern form of the ruin from the Chaosium adventure The Temple of the Moon.

High in the mountains of Peru, there is a "corporate research facility" owned by New World Industries (NWI), a multinational. The research facility is contained within the ruins of an ancient Incan temple, leading to baffled protests by Peruvian nationalists and international academic interests. The facility perimeters are bounded by a twenty-foot high electrified fence. Heavily-armed guards patrol the gates where the single, poorly-maintained road enters the perimeter. If an intruder manages to get past the security at the gate, there are smaller "yards" behind, leading into the broad valley, with yet more fences and gates. Each yard is patrolled by attack dogs genetically engineered under Project LAELAPS.

The temple, known simply as Site 14, contains server rooms and the offices of NWI personnel. A large yard extends back from the body of Site 14 about 500 feet. This yard serves as kennels for the LAELAPS dogs. In the heart of the temple is a large lozenge-shaped room, containing a series of elevators.

Nearly a mile beneath Site 14 is a huge tunnel complex codenamed NEMEA. The labyrinthine tunnels here have a strong ultraviolet component to all lighting. Personnel assigned to the tunnels wear protective eye gear as a result. Dozens of Greys live and “work” in the tunnels of NEMEA, as do a similar number of humans employed by various Majestic-12 sub-projects, who study the Greys. Humans working in the tunnels tend to develop very bad skin as a result of the lighting system, which was designed to please the Greys. The Greys have told Majestic-12 that these tunnels are one of their first outposts on our planet. In fact, hundreds of the Fungi from Yuggoth dwell in a huge, still-deeper cave, where they control the Greys above to observe the human researchers.

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