posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 01:45 PM
I created this topic with the intent on trying to get an analysis done on the current state of contaminates in the local water supply. Due to the fact
that a "site-visit" would not be possible by a group of people for obvious reasons i will attempt to sneak back into the premisses using my gillie
suit and collect photographs and water/soil samples. Anyone with a chemistry background or laboratory access is welcome to help therefore i can send
samples via mail to.
while out bow-hunting this season i hit a doe, she scampered off into the woods i proceed to follow the blood trail and she appeared to enter a
cordoned off area in the forest, there was a couple of large sections in the fencing that was missing, i pressed on through this unknown territory,
which i now realize is an abandoned chemical dump site for an old paper mill, god knows what chemicals are in there. anyways what i discover next is
shocking on the side of this man made mound roughly 40ft high and 2-300 feet around, leaking out is a rather putrid crimson-red chemical out of the
soil this stream of cancer is spewing into a stream which leads into a river nearby about a quarter of a mile. The area seems to be forgotten about
maybe on purpose. overgrown roads, crumbled concrete structures, old rust equipment and so on.
i did some research on this site and it was owned by International Paper, they have a lot of money-power and could probably make me dissapear and for
obvious reasons i want to keep this anonymous.
I will attempt to get back onto the property and get some photos.
any chemists out there want to try to take a stab at Identifying the chemical?
edit on 21-11-2013 by Craninalbliss because: (no reason given)
edit on 21-11-2013 by Craninalbliss because: added gps