I'd heard of "FEMA Camps" - supposed prison camps set up by FEMA to imprison hundreds of thousands of America. When others had looked into it, it always proved to be nothing more that railway yards, army bases, or nothing in particular. There was zero evidence to suspect a conspiracy. For a general debunking, see: http://www.infobomber.org/2009/05/07/citizens-guide-to-fema-camps/ (http://archive.today/qg3ZL) Likewise with this particular aspect of the claim: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread59023/pg1 (http://archive.today/1GoA6) The claim is quite ridiculous. There's nothing like that anywhere in Alaska - at least not that anyone can point to. It hardly even bears debunking, it's so out there. But how did such a claim get started. I've been trying to track down the original source. Most version of the story include this paragraph, which dates back to the earlist I can find at September 28th, 2000. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/openyourthirdeye/message/4530 (http://archive.today/C5Jcr) This is the start of the article that started it. The part about 2,000,000 people camps in Alaska was added later. http://webspace.webring.com/people/nu/um_8596/reports3.html (http://archive.today/eu3NM) This root article starts with the header: And ends That final line was removed in later versions, perhaps as the midnight hour passed. So who is Terry Kings? He seems to have left no mark at all on the internet besides this one "article", so it seems likely it's a pen name. Who added the 2,000,000 person camp in Alaska? Unfortunately it seems to be one of those conspiracies, like chemtrails, that started just as the internet was gearing up, hence much of the original online material is lost. We may never know where the claim came from - but we do know that even though it's entirely baseless, it's probably going to keep running for another ten to twenty years.