Thursday, 1 January 2009

500,000 Coffins, Veterans Affairs Dept Ordered Thermoplastic Grave Liners Part 2

After some research on the Fed-Spending site I found that the government has done business with PolyGuard Vaults.

The Veterans Administration has been buying Burial Vaults from PolyGuard Vaults for years.

Go to the Fed-Spending Site

Click the Contracts tab and type in Polyguard.

Go to the year 2006.

Level of Detail: Complete (all information) setting

In the “Contract Description” fields you’ll see: THERMOPLASTIC GRAVELINERS.

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Since 2000, the government contracts that went to PolyGuard were all awarded by the VA.

Official Procedure PDF For Dealing With Contaminated Bodies

A wooden casket or coffin is not sealed against elements entering or exiting the =container. A metal casket has a seal that keeps gases and liquids from entering the container and keeps liquids from exiting the container. A vault may be made of metal or concrete. Concrete vaults are lined with plastic. A vault might be constructed as a dome resting on a flat base or as a container with a lid.
Both types are sealed. The latter type is recommended because it forms a better seal.

Offical Procedure PDF For Dealing With Contaminated Bodies

So, it seems to make sense that the VA would be buying these things…?

Who owns the land?

I haven’t been able to figure that out. The legend that I keep running across is that a private individual leased the land to FEMA. I suppose that’s possible, or it could be absolute nonsense. I don’t know. With all of the U.S. Government’s vast land holdings and facilities, FEMA leased this field from someone to store these Burial Vaults??? Again, I suppose that anything is possible.

If these Burial Vaults do belong to FEMA, that would be very interesting. I went through all of the government contracts with PolyGuard going back to 2000 and FEMA hasn’t done any (on the books) business with them. Since 2000, the government contracts that went to PolyGuard were all awarded by the VA.

But they wouldn't be ON the books now would they?

It still begs the question of Why?

That’s the question. I have no idea and I haven’t found any good guesses either. The consensus on the foil sites is that these Burial Vaults are to be used in the aftermath of some kind of false flag attack or holocaust/final solution situation. Initially, I thought the same thing, but when I thought about it more carefully, wouldn’t FEMA just stockpile body bags?

The anonymous comments on some sites say that it’s probably related to contingency planning for a natural disaster. Again, wouldn’t FEMA just stockpile body bags?

Anon Comment:

I emailed those photos to Freedom Radio up North in 2002 and inquired. They emailed me back and confirmed as FEMA coffins. end of story until i found ATS

One thing that I haven’t seen mentioned anywhere is how much money is represented by this Burial Vault stockpile. The newsletter above puts the cost at $220. I have not been able to determine what the government pays, per unit, but let’s not even assume that $220 is the cost. Let’s say it’s just $100 each. At that rate, ten thousand units would be worth $1 million. So, there’s easily several million dollars worth of inventory sitting in that field.

Private Mortuary Business?

To the imbeciles who suggest that this is some sort of routine private inventory for a mortuary business (yes, I have seen people suggesting that): There is A) no way that a mortuary company would spend millions of dollars for so many of these at once and b ) no way that a mortuary company would leave them sitting unguarded in a field for years.
I’d love for someone to provide This-Is-Normal-There’s-Nothing-To


Note the proximity to the train tracks. one thing you need to know about FEMA operations is they're almost always near train tracks. when SHTF, they operate over rail since transportation over roads will be unreliable.

Madison, GA - Click On Images For Larger View

Check out all Co Ordinates From Ennis TX, Afton WY & Madison GA

Ennis Texas - 32.320277, -96.608030

Afton , Wyoming - 42.750018, -110.936857

Madison, Georgia - 33°33'57.36"N 83°29'6.26"W


I stopped by there today and took a 10 minute video. even climbed on top of the coffins and showed that they stretch as far as the eye can see

"They havent been moved in years. there are trees growing from underneath some of the pallets. hate to break it to you, but these are not being replenished regularly and are certainly stockpiled for something."

A Phone Call

I called Blockbuster Video just around the corner, but no answer. Then I called the Wal-Mart in the second lot to the east of the property in question to see if someone local could shed some light. I spoke to three people that work at the Wal-Mart and finally got a little information.

The property adjacent is Denon CD Manufacturing, now out of business. The property in question is owned by Flambeau Plastics.

I called Flambeau at:

Flambeau Madison
Madison, Georgia

1330 Atlanta Highway
P.O. Box 916
Madison, GA 30650 USA
Ph: 706-342-8300

• 150,000 square feet

• 15 Injection Molding Presses: 250-1,300 tons

• 11 Blow Molding Presses: 1-20 lbs shot

• ISO/TS 16949:2002 Certified

• ISO 9000 Certified

• TS 9000:1998 Certified


I spoke to a receptionist in general about their business, and then I asked about the property on Lions Club Road.

She suddenly paused, then she said she wasn't aware of any facility owned by the company at that location.

I asked if she knew of a plastics company at that location, and she said no.

After trying to get further information she really didn't want to talk to me further.

We need someone to do a drive-by and look at the place, I'm hitting dead ends.

An Undertaker Points Out:

A point that Undertaker mentioned is that these are G.I. issue containers are we missing the point? Is the preperation being made for more dead soldiers or for veterans that are aging?

Most manufacturing companies I am familiar with base inventories on orders. It doesn't make sense to mass produce a bunch of product and sit it in a field.

Please see my previous reports HERE & HERE

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