The Men of Letters Bunker?

I don’t no about you, but I would like to learn about this place. What do we no already, and what information remains uncovered and untouched.

The boys observe their new digs, ...... 'Son of a bitch'

The boys observe their new digs, …… ‘Son of a bitch’

While mom Mary was from a clan of hunters, the Winchesters come from a line of Men of Letters, who are keepers of knowledge that they share with a select group of hunters. Cupid brought the brawn and the brains together by uniting Mary and John — but after traveling to 2013 and dying in the arms of Dean and Sam, Henry never made it back to his time, leading his son to believe his father abandoned him. And so John never fulfilled his legacy and instead became “a hunter through necessity,” says executive producer Bob Singer.

Are they LORDS of the MANOR .......

Are they LORDS of the MANOR …….

Now Dean and Sam are left with Henry’s “key,” aka a box that holds scrolls and all sorts of valuable information. At the episode’s end, they make plans to lock it away in the safest place on Earth, and we’ll see that location next Wednesday.

“It’s a really stunning set,” describes Singer. “It’s full of mysteries. It’ll become kind of a home base for the boys. We’re really excited about it. After eight years of never having a home base, this will be home base for quite some time.

Dean mucking about whilst Sam is immersed in books ........

Dean mucking about whilst Sam is immersed in books ……..

“When they go in there, it’s pristine,” he continues. “It’s like been hermetically sealed and everything [is] just as it was. It’s perfectly neat. The only sign that someone had to get out of there in a hurry [is] a chess game that was uncompleted and an ashtray full of cigarettes.”

But that’s not all that the brothers’ new digs contain. The new locale is John’s journal multiplied “by a hundred,” adds the EP. “It’s got every source of information that would be interesting to the boys.” That makes bookish Sam incredibly delighted, while his bro has other priorities. The younger Winchester “is totally immersed in the place, and Dean’s just happy to have his own room. He’s put posters up. He says to Sam, ‘If you want to do this geek stuff, that’s fine with me. But I’m just digging this.’”

However, don’t expect the Winchesters to invite all their hunter pals to their new hub for a get-together. “This all plays into the tablet business,” reveals Singer. “The information that’s contained in this Men of Letters bunker, if it fell into the wrong hands, it would be quite a powerful weapon against the boys. So it has to remain a secret and guarded closely. As we go down the line the rest of this year, and hopefully next year, [those] dramatic turns will take place because this is an important place.”

How secret is this location?

How secret is this location?

What has been on my mind is that if the bunker is to remain a closely guarded secret, why do the boys let all and sundry in there. They bring injured victims in there, the next minute we will see all kinds of folk walking in and out. Are the boys being a bit slap stick in whom they let through the doors, and who they reveal that location too. Do they not think that a secret should be that. I am very surprised that Crowley has not snuffed this place out yet, and at least attempted to find its location. Are the writers being a tad security unconscious in allowing any Tom, Dick or Harry walk through those doors.

What have you yourself found out about the bunker that not many of us are privy too. What do you think the bunker’s role will play over the remaining seasons of the show? and do you think it will survive. Who do we see walking through those doors in the future? Bella would love to no your knowledge on the bunker! Could it be a real asset or bring the boys further stress and trouble?

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2 thoughts on “The Men of Letters Bunker?

  1. We all love your show SUPERNATURAL epically the Bunker! My wife Dora, son Steven and I have been avid fans for many years now. Since I grew up just 13 miles south of Lebanon, KS I think it was awesome to have the Bunker there so your travel anywhere is from a central site in the center of the US, so you can respond to any demon, angel or monster problem with the shortest route possible. You probably could have a plane landing and takeoff grass strip near Lebanon and an old hanger where you keep your plane always ready if you need to get somewhere in a real hurry. The guy who keeps your plane ready and cleaned so it is fine-tuned and ready whenever you need to travel quickly from your bunker. I think it would be great if you guys would make a trip to see Lebanon, KS, the geographical center of the US.
    I was in LA after competing in many world and Paralympic competitions I was approached by people who wanted to make my life story into a movie. As my friend’s and I grew up 10 to 13 miles south of the geographical center of the US. We excelled in sports my best friend went to Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK on a football scholarship. I went to Junior college on a football and track scholarship and then transferred to Kansas State University. After I graduated from K-State I took a job as a Federal Inspector in Corpus Christi, TX as a Federal Inspector for the USDA.
    As far as the Bunker goes we think it’s awesome and gives the show that mystic of a secret hideout for the super heroes, Dean & Sam who are battling evil in the world to make it safer for us all! I think we should make a Bunker like this someplace on the outskirts of Lebanon, KS, then we could advertise inviting people to come visit the SUPERNATURAL Bunker that Sam and Dean Winchester call home in Lebanon, KS. This could be a way to get the word out even more about the show, SUPERNATURAL to people in other parts of the world and widen your overall fanbase.
    Following is a short description of what has happened to me when I was injured in the worst explosion of its kind in Texas history:
    From tragedy to triumph, Kevin Saunders has risen to become one of the world’s greatest wheelchair athletes and top inspirational speaker and motivational coaches today. He has captivated audiences at thousands of schools, colleges and universities, not to mention businesses of every size.
    During a USDA examination of a facility in Corpus Christi, Kevin was injured in the worst grain elevator accident in Texas history. The explosion, which left in upwards of 30 people dead part of these were some of his co-worker’s dead, threw him over 300 feet through the air onto a concrete parking lot. After nearly a year in the hospital, Kevin returned to what was left of his life as a paraplegic. He turned the setback into a success. He became a world champion wheelchair athlete. In 1990 was named ‘the world’s greatest all-around wheelchair athlete’ when he won the pentathlon with a record-breaking performance at the World Track & Field Championships. Kevin established the Wheelchair Success Foundation (WSF), dedicated to providing scholarships to enable people permanently confined to wheelchairs to improve their education.
    “Education was, and continues to be, a major force in my life. Education is so important to me, because it is the foundation for all my accomplishments. Going to college has shown me what courage, perseverance and determination really meant. In all my endeavors I continue to use the self-confidence gained from excelling in school.”
    If you’ve never worked near a grain elevator, it might not sound that dangerous. After all, what could be so risky about a bunch of corn and wheat lying around? As it turns out, quite a bit! You see, the grain dust that collects becomes volatile when it’s heated and compressed. Grain dust is more explosive than dynamite and gasoline and approaches atomic energy based on the tremendous devastation caused by a grain dust explosion.
    Kevin Saunders was in a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) building when a series of grain dust explosions ripped through the grain elevator at 1,500 feet per second. These explosions which destroyed the building, leaving nothing but the concrete foundation. The 2-foot-thick-plus concrete walls with reinforced rebar where blown apart like paper and chunks of concrete weighing over a ton were hurled hundreds of feet through the air. When the paramedics arrived, they found Kevin’s body broken, bent over at his chest. His chest was crushed, and blood and cerebral spinal fluid were oozing out of his nose, ears, and mouth. Doctors did not expect him to survive. He spent over a month in a coma in ICU and almost a year in the hospitals and is now paralyzed from the chest down, confined to a wheelchair.
    Kevin appeared in Born on the Fourth of July with Tom Cruise. In 1989 Kevin worked alongside Tom Cruise and Oliver Stone as a principal actor to feature in the major studio release “Born on the Fourth of July,” an Academy award winning movie directed by Oliver Stone.
    Kevin has been featured in over 50 TV commercials promoting fitness, education, health and wellness.
    In 1985, Kevin donated a new track to Downs High School and the Waconda Unified School District 272. Kevin had attended Downs High School (now Lakeside High School) and had been on the track team there, training on nothing more than a dirt track. He was convinced that the new track would help the student athletes improve and become more competitive, and just four years later, the Downs High School Track team went on to win their school’s first State Track & Field Championship.
    Kevin attended Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas where he earned and an Associate’s Degree in Kinesiology and acting. Notable past students of Del Mar College include Farrah Fawcett, Lou Diamond Phillips and Dabney Coleman. In 2000, Del Mar College selected Kevin to their Wall of Honor as an outstanding Alumnus and nominated him for the same honor across 1,500 community colleges in America. Kevin was the first and only recipient of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Outstanding Alumni, and recognized in Washington, D.C.
    It is my desire to help all people excel in their life endeavors, especially our nation’s youth when it comes to understanding the huge importance of exercise and proper nutrition.
    From 1991 to 2005 after Coach Snyder’s brief 3-year retirement as the D-1 Coach Snyder returned to Kansas State University as the Head football Coach Kevin Saunders worked with Head Coach Bill Snyder and the Kansas State University football team, where he served as the motivational coach during what was to later become known as the “Greatest turnaround in college football history.” Kevin came back as the motivational coach when Snyder resumed his duties as head coach in 2009 and he has been working with the team and Coach Snyder since then to the present.
    In 1993 Coach Snyder named a Team award after Kevin entitled “The Kevin Saunders Never Give Up Award” Given to the athlete who best displays the greatest courage, perseverance and determination in never giving up in the pursuit of team goals. The Kansas State football award was given to many great athletes from 1993 to 2005 and ’09 to ‘017 many of which went on to have outstanding careers in the NFL and played on Super Bowl Championship teams.
    Kevin was the first Paralympian and person with a disability appointed to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness & Sports by President George H. W. Bush. He was also the only member re-appointed to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness & Sports by President Clinton and as a constituent expert by President Bush & the PCPFS & Department of Health & Human Services for a special imitative to improve fitness for children & youth with disabilities.
    More recently, Kevin pushed his wheelchair over 2,500 miles across America promoting health and fitness, speaking to schools, students, teachers & administrators about the importance of education for proper nutrition and fitness activities. Kevin and his team were also holding Health & Fitness Summits with the City Mayors, State Governors, other elected officials, and concerned citizens about getting involved in shaping up their communities and state. Later, he wheeled himself through portions of five countries in Europe serving as an International Ambassador for Health and Fitness encouraging active lifestyles. He is the author of several books including There’s Always a Way, Mission Possible, Conversations on Health & Fitness and most recently, Blueprint for Success and CENTAUR, the first Wheelchair Action Hero comic book. He is currently working on his latest book, “Finding the Champion Within”: Which provides tips from people who have found success in business, sports and the world of politics at all levels so you can apply these principals to reach goals in your life and take them to reach new heights that you ay have Never Dreamed Possible.
    As a Paralympian and member of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness, Kevin Saunders has received more than 100 commendations, proclamations and awards for his work to improve health and fitness and education in America and around the world. Kevin has raced in over 500 races around the world winning hundreds of gold medals. Kevin continues to compete and win races today and is also an inspirational speaker and motivational coach who, speaks with passion, about improving safety in the workplace and overcoming adversity. Kevin Saunders also is a school speaker who talks about the importance of staying in school and getting an education, because like Kevin says;
    “Without an education you’ll be operating with a real handicap.”
    Kevin Saunders is a highly sought after motivational speaker for health and fitness. Kevin is also a recognized as an expert speaker on a wide variety of topics, including:
    ◾ business motivational speaker
    ◾ college inspirational speaker
    ◾ corporate speaker
    ◾ sports and performance speaker
    He speaks about setting your goals high and overcoming adversity by staying focused on improving every day, inspiring others, and always remembering your long-range goals. He stresses audiences that by doing the right thing, you will develop the courage, perseverance, dedication and determination to “never give up” in the pursuit of your personal, team or company goals, that there’s always a way to achieve your goals and much more.
    Currently Kevin travels around the world with a compelling message of motivation and hope designed to help people break through barriers, transcend limitations and reach new heights of achievement. He is an in-demand speaker for schools, associations, corporations and other organizations. No matter what the group, he shares the motto that pulled him through his own darkest days: “There’s Always a Way when you Never Give Up!”
    Most recently Kevin has been nominated by US Senator Pat Roberts for Chairman for the President’s Council on Physical Fitness & Sports under President Obama. Kevin lost that race to Super Bowl champion and New Orleans Quarterback, Drew Bree’s and Olympic Gold medalist gymnast Dominique Dawes. Kevin still vows to visit all 50 states promoting health, proper nutrition, and education. Kevin has founded the “Fitness 4 All 50 State Tour” a nonprofit 501-c-3 organization.
    Jensen, I know you were going to Texas Tech to get your degree in sports training and the Physical Therapy. If you ever want to go to a game at Texas Tech let me know as a great young man who played for us when I was working with athletes was our starting Middle Linebacker is now the Athletic Director for Texas Tech, Kirby Hocutt.
    My older brother who went to K-State also went on to school at the Mayo Clinic is one of the most famous Physical Therapist’s in world. He has also helped teach trainers to become top sports trainers. He spent more time one year in the air than he did on the ground! Ha! But you guys no it takes a lot of hard work to and getting the word out to everybody around the world to be very successful. Here is a like to my older brother’s info it’s short but if you go to any PT in your area I’m sure they would have my brother’s two books on Musculoskeletal Disorders Volumes I & II. There is a lot more info on my brother and the www if you’d like to look at it.
    I wish you guys all the very best too break “Gunsmoke’s” May 14, 2010 – NBC has cancelled Law & Order, which will go off the air after 20 years. It will remain tied with Gunsmoke as TV’s longest-running prime time drama series.
    I look forward to hearing from you all!
    With my best,

    Kevin Saunders

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