Interesting criticism of the article but also implausible and under-researched. It is not economical to centralize vault fabrication (i.e., Polyguard
and Co.). Consequently, there are quite literally thousands of manufacturers/fabricators located throughout the continental United States.
Example: A veteran dies in Portsmouth, NH. The Department of Veterans Affairs does indeed foot a portion of the funeral bill, but it is the
responsibility of the Mortuary to both arrange a receptacle (Vault, usually concrete or Precast Terrazzo--very rarely airtight polymer composite
vaults) and 99 times out of 100 this will be secured from a manufacturer in the area (i.e., Wilber, Acme or North Shore), not shipped from a Concrete
Facility in Madison, GA.
The presence of no fewer than 500,000 stockpiled polymer composite burial vaults in one location is unprecedented and extraordinarily difficult to
explain, unless of course, Madison, GA is home to 500,000 former veterans. It is not.
Anomalies like this naturally pique the interest of the public, as they should. From a logistical standpoint, if indeed one wished to distribute
large numbers of vaults very quickly, Polyguard would be the obvious choice: non-biodegradable, non-porous, and unaffected by minerals or chemicals
found in the soil; lightweight and relatively inexpensive. This particular cache in Madison, GA may also be regarded as a remainder--leftovers, as
the Polyguard Hercules Airseal Vault (pictured) may also double as a general-purpose storage locker (i.e., weapons caches). The possibilities are
truly staggering, but the most likely explanation is related to a preparedness posture.
According to Department of Agriculture and Veterans Affairs records
Federal Government is a repeat customer of Polyguard and Co. (Parent Company: Rocky Mountain Products), buying units in bulk beginning in fiscal year
2000. It is important to mention that there are no historical precedents for the stockpiling of burial vaults by a government agency prior to fiscal
year 2000. The principal place of performance congressional district for said transactions is Wyoming. No public records related to reallocation to
The parent company through whom Polyguard and Co. products are secured is depopulation proponent Roger J. Wendell's Rocky Mountain Products
Shenandoah Analysts encourages pure research over speculation. Unfortunately it is difficult to substantiate so-called facts in the internet age.