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Georgia’s sandy coastal shallows hide a deadly secret – a hydrogen bomb dumped by an American bomber half a century ago. Pentagon officials insist the missing H bomb poses no threat. But with the threat of nuclear terrorism after 9/11 some aren’t so sure. America’s Lost H Bomb, 2007
Richardson dumps the H-bomb. The 7,600 pound nuke plummets a mile and a half somewhere near the shore of Tybee Island, Georgia but doesn’t explode. Its safeties hold. ibid.
Georgia, Georgia, no peace I find,
Just an old sweet song keep Georgia on my mind. Stuart Gorrell, 1930 song
No-one must carry an ice-cream cone in his back pocket on a Sunday. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not? 2006
In Gainsborough, chicken may only legally be eaten using one’s fingers instead of cutlery. ibid.
I intend to make Georgia howl. William Tecumseh Sherman
February 2000: Archaeologists examine an unidentified site in Georgia’s Chattahoochee National Forest. A massive configuration of 300 stone mounds, it becomes known as the Track Rock Ruins. Controversial evidence has since emerged linking the site to Mayan prophecy. February 2012: Federal authorities prohibit access to the site. America Unearthed: American Maya Secrets s1e1, H2 2012
They took it for a test drive in Georgia in 2018 and I was there … One third of a million voters in Georgia were wiped out illegally. In fact, 300,134. Greg Palast, interview The Keiser Report August 2020
Two Democratic members of Congress have asked the FBI to open an ‘immediate criminal investigation’ after Donald Trump was heard pleading with an election official to ‘find’ him some more votes in Georgia.
Representatives Ted Lieu and Kathleen Rice have written to FBI Director Christopher Wray, saying they ‘believe Donald Trump engaged in solicitation of, or conspiracy to commit, a number of election crimes’.
In a recording obtained by American media, the outgoing US president can be heard claiming there was ‘no way’ he lost in the southern state. Sky News online article 5 January 2021, ‘FBI asked to investigate after Donald Trump pleads for extra votes in Georgia’