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"Deep Throat" Parking Garage

  • Address:
    1401 Wilson Boulevard
    Arlington, VA 22209
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Column 32D of the parking garage at 1401 Wilson Boulevard in Rosslyn, VA marks the spot where legendary informant “Deep Throat,” provided important information to Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, allowing them to expose the Watergate Scandal and the involvement of the Nixon administration. Woodward had befriended “Deep Throat,” a high-level official, years before - a relationship that proved extremely advantageous for the two young reporters. Both Woodward and Bernstein vowed not to reveal the informant's identity until he died, or consented to having his role made public. In May of 2005, W. Mark Felt revealed himself to be “Deep Throat” in an interview in Vanity Fair. His identity was then confirmed by Woodward, Bernstein and former Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee.