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49,006. 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. (Nuclear & Georgia & Bomb & Accident) America’s Lost H Bomb
49,007. 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. (Nuclear & Georgia & Bomb & Accident) ibid.
74,791. Georgia, Georgia, no peace I find,
Just an old sweet song keep Georgia on my mind. Stuart Gorrell, 1930 song
74,792. No-one must carry an ice-cream cone in his back pocket on a Sunday. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not? 2006
74,793. In Gainsborough, chicken may only legally be eating using one’s singers instead of cutlery. ibid.
74,794. I intend to make Georgia howl. (Georgia & Civil War US) William Tecumseh Sherman
83,542. 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. (Georgia & Stones) America Unearthed: American Maya Secrets s1e1