Okay, confession time. Who knew about, saw and explored the MTC tunnels? I assumed everyone at least knew about them, if not saw and explored them. It’s just a part of the MTC experience.
For those not in-the-know, there are tunnels under the MTC that connect all the buildings and presumably connect it to BYU (some say they connected to the DC temple, but I’m still waiting on the evidence). The way to get to them is that whoever is going gets in the elevator and pushes the basement button. A couple or three guys on the first floor hold the door closed when it reaches that level and then the elevator stalls and stalls and finally goes to the basement and violá! Tunnels!
Now, I never explored them. I went below and saw them but never stepped foot outside the elevator (I don’t know why, it’s not like I promised to never explore the tunnels). But my greenie (now brother-in-law) explored them with others in his district, took pictures and made a map (and can you believe it, he was still a good missionary). I guess there were a lot of missionaries who did this because in the pictures my greenie took I saw a lot of graffiti of elder’s signatures.
So fess up folks, who knew about them, who saw them, and who explored them?