Thursday, September 08, 2005


We submit for your inspection and analysis an alleged first-person account of a visit to a Southern Baptist church camp in Falls Creek, Okla. The writer reports on trying to take clothes and supplies to the camp, only to be greeted by warnings and lots of "you can't do that" responses.

One graf for a preview:
The occupants of the camp cannot leave the camp for any reason. If they leave the camp they may never return. They will be issued FEMA identification cards and "a sum of money" and they will remain within the camp for the next 5 months.
You will find the report on a forum board at Above Top Secret. Click here to go there.

It sounds true. Our first impression is that the writer viewed events through a lens of mild paranoia (that, of course, does not mean they aren't after you). But the report gives us some detail on what is clearly a camp for storm survivors, a sort of forward glimpse into what will be making news over the next few weeks. Heads up.


Anonymous said...

Have you read other posts at I read the one you linked to earlier today. Like you said, it sounds true. But after reading a few completely ridiculous stories on the same site... The Oklahoma story loses a little believability.

Anonymous said...

There was a video of members of the church visiting the camp and it showed the soldiers and the tables with clothes the "guests" would be wearing. I can't find it now. If any one has it or sees it, please post a link here.