On the surface, Rainbow’s End seems like an average local restaurant. Actually, Rainbow’s End is owned and operated by Jasmine Oil. At any time, at least one of the cooks and one of the waitresses of the Rainbow’s End in Poplar Hill are spies from Jasmine Oil. If Jasmine Oil ever gives up on the Forest, the spies will be recalled.
Note that Rainbow’s End is a chain. Jasmine Oil can place their spies in any Rainbow’s End around the country. Jasmine Oil is very protective of this secret. Think of Rainbow’s End as the Denny’s from Hell.
The unsecret part of the basement is used for storage, for both the restaurant and some less than incriminating things which Jasmine Oil wants in the area. In the basement are both steel and plastic cooking and eating utensils, plates, unperishable foods, writing paper, pens and pencils, light bulbs and lamps, etc. In the second unsecret storage room there is a lot of clothing, detergent, some mystery books, and buried beneath these boxes—about five 1 meter cubic boxes of high technology electronic parts.
The secret section of the basement:
Lab: This is where fingerprints can be lifted, poisons distilled, and various chemical reactions caused to occur.
Darkroom: This is where photographs, both normal light, infrared, and ultraviolet, may be developed.
Surveillance/Communications Room: There is at least one person (usually 2) stationed here. Radios, teletypes, and telephones keep in touch with Jasmine Oil and certain contacts. A map on one wall shows an area of 18 kilometer radius from this building—a special tracing device. There are bugs currently unused in this room, and direction finders to be used in conjunction with them.
Living Quarters: This is where temporary visitors of Jasmine Oil sleep, if they must be secret. Currently no one is in residence here.
Storage: This is where more illegal devices are stored. There are 10 semi-automatic handguns, 100 clips, 500 single bullets, 5 automatic rifles, 25 shotguns, 800 slugs, and 500 shot, 100 counterfeit $20 bills, 20 driver’s licenses with no pictures, and some printing presses.