The cave had it all, everything Fred Strunk and his work crews needed to grow 100 pounds of marijuana every two months. Row after row of white-bright grow lights were powered by "free" electricity via an illegal splice into utility lines. An indoor irrigation system was nearly an engineering marvel. A ventilation system controlled humidity, while a security system featured a bank-vault-like entrance, with security cameras placed everywhere. Strategically located were escape hatches should lawmen come knocking. And there was the cave itself, a rock fortress shielding the illegal activity. Strunk's pot harvests, without a doubt, replaced tobacco and vegetables as Trousdale County's biggest cash crop, investigators said.
Two rooms, each 100 yards long(!). They found 850 plants.
If only they had used their powers for good, man! Like, wow, you know, totally...