New Website: TheSwampGhost.com

Discussion about the history of B-17E 'Swamp Ghost' and its recovery.

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New Website: TheSwampGhost.com

Post by Justin Taylan » Sat Jul 29, 2006 4:46 am

New Website: TheSwampGhost.com
There is no longer a relic like 'Swamp Ghost' in situ, on land, with equal history or intact condition.

To track this ongoing news story, I have created a new website: http://www.TheSwampGhost.com

Experience Swamp Ghost: Photos, video trailers and even see its (former) resting place on Google Earth. This section includes other features like audio podcasts and detail's on the bomber's machine guns and instruments.

Details on the crew and this bomber's mission and history

Latest news on the salvage and controversy around it. Archive of all news stories about the bomber to date.
- Justin Taylan
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http://www.PacificWrecks.com

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Post by Jarhead » Wed Aug 02, 2006 1:00 am

Hi

I think Justin should be praised for this new website and ongoing work about "Swamp Ghost". and in particualr "Pacific Wrecks"

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Re: New Website: TheSwampGhost.com

Post by fireball » Tue Mar 13, 2012 5:49 am

I find the story of the SwampGhost a sickening example of how the abuse of power and money resulted in the destruction of a unique piece of history. What was a memorial to all those who died in PNG is now a symbol of corruption and greed.

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