Mike Rinder returns to Scientology's secretive Int Base! Well, sort of. - 2019-06-17
Erin Hodges Plumb has done it again. We've documented her daring excursions in the past, and this time she let us know that she'd once again gotten access to Scientology's "Int Base" in Riverside County, California. This time for a charity event.
The San Jacinto Lions Club was the most recent group to hold a charity fundraising event at Scientology's golf course at the compound, which is called the Golden Era Golf Course, after Scientology's filmmaking division, Golden Era Productions.
"The event was charging teams $30 to run an obstacle course on the golf course and then they got prizes for finishing the obstacles. So I bought a ticket for a team for $30 on Eventbrite and they refunded it to me," she tells us. "But then there was a post saying that the public could go and cheer on the teams, so my sister Joey and I were able to just walk right on the golf course."