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Mole People began seeking refuge in the underground tunnels of New York
Amtrak ousted 50 mole people from the tunnels
Matthew O'Brien founded Shine A Light
First NY subway line opened - Already rumours of underground mole people
Journey to the Centre of the Earth - Jules Verne came out
The Nether World - George Gissing came out
The Time Machine - H.G. Wells comes out. Features subterranean species called the Morlocks
John Tierny writes first article to cover the Mole People, in the NY Times. Details their fight to save their home from Amtrak workers. Possibly coined the term "Mole People".
Jennifer Toth writes detailed essay about the life of the Mole People community
NY rail expert, Joseph Brennan, exposes the many inconsistencies in Jennifer Toth's essay, completely debunking it.
Cecil Adams writes an article for Straight Dope.com, with the help of former tunnel dweller, Cindy Fletcher, further disproving many of Toth's claims.
Dutch anthropologist Teun Voeten documents his time spent with Mole People in Riverside Park Amtrak tunnel, in his diary, "Tunnel People"
Mark Singer releases critically acclaimed documentary, "Dark Days", filming tunnel residents
Population grew back to former size, as people from 72nd Street Overpass and 79th Street Rotunda join the Mole People
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