In 1955, General Peterson, head of the military’s Chemical Warfare Division, was authorized to begin development of a new “instant kill” virus, which would be designed to stop all human body functions within 10 seconds after inhalation. It was code-named Controlled Human Instantaneous Liquidation, or “CHILL” virus.
Initial testing began with shocking results! Instead of the target 10-second kill time, it was almost immediate! And at this stage of development, CHILL was extremely unstable, so Project CHILL was moved to a level five security building called “The Freezer.”
Refinements of CHILL continued until 1966, when a biochemist at the facility tripped and spilled the virus, allowing it to get into the ventilation system. As a result, everyone at “The Freezer” was killed and it was immediately shut down. A military team was sent in, but they were never seen again!! Since then, “The Freezer” has been rumored to be haunted.
For the first time since then, exploratory groups are being allowed in for brief tours. When asked for comment, military personnel replied, “The Freezer? Don’t go in there!”