This annex was built in 1974 and included this secluded seating area. Originally, Dr. Beldon had petitioned for these pedestals to contain statues of himself and the other founders of The Institute, including an empty plinth to represent his late mentor, Dr. Reeves. He claimed that the historic nature of their work warranted immortalization. However his proposal was turned down. Since, Dr. Beldon has claimed that he withdrew the proposal to protect The Institute once the project moved underground and their presence scrubbed.

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