Camp X operated in Whitby, Ontario Canada in the 1940s. It was designed by prime minister Winsten Churchill to train agents for a “Secret war” against Hitlers army. The property costed $12,000 and was bought under the “Rural Realty company, LTD”. The proprty had open fields, woodlands, swamps and hidden as training was kept very private. A farmhouse and some sorage buildings were on the property. After WW2 the Camp X propery was used by Canadian Military as a soviet communications monitoring station.

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