Hurricane Ike in Pictures – Hundreds maybe Thousands are MissingThe Human Toll – Haiti, Cuba and US

Two weeks after Hurricane Ike, more than 400 still missing 

Sep 28, 2008  Two weeks after Hurricane Ike swept through the Texas coast, 400 people remain missing, mostly from Galveston County, according to an 

Hurricane Ike may have washed missing away

Gators, dead cows may hide Ike victims

The Political Carnival: Hurricane Ike news blackout; 1500 bodies 


Hurricane Ike news blackout; 1500 bodies found in Galveston?


Hundreds remain missing in the wake of Hurricane Ike – 9/24/08 

Sep 24, 2008  Housing plan announced for displaced victims · Pipeline at Pasadena plant explodes · Govt hiding bodies from Hurricane Ike?


Hurricane Ike—List of people missing – Page 4 – Sean Hannity 

The Search For Bodies Finally Begins after three weeks

Galveston: Why 40,000 Ignored Hurricane Ike “Certain Death” Warning- Death toll maybe be a lot higher than Hurricane Katrina

By GottaLaff

One of our many astute Anonymi pointed me to this one:

The following is from an email sent to me by a good friend in Nacogdoches whose buddy has been over Galveston – names have been edited out to protect the folks those who relayed the report. Also relayed from this guy and others: persons going into the restricted area are apparently being patted down and cameras are being confiscated, by Army and Coast Guard personnel.

Okay…I’ve got some news on this front. Take it for what it’s worth, but the guy I got it from is someone I trust to raise my children… He’s never once lied to me…ever. And we’re close.He’s in a pretty high-up supervisory position for a refinery down on the coast.

His refinery has some equipment and lines in and around Galveston county, and before they were to bring them back on line he and his crew had to inspect the place for damage and potential hazards.So they were given permission….after a background check….to helicopter in and inspect, which meant coming in over Galveston.

I kid you not when I say that he told me they saw AT LEAST 1500 bodies in trees scattered about Galveston. They also saw a lot in various ditches and marshes, esp. on the north side of East Galv. Bay, east side of Trinity Bay, and in the marshes between I-45 and Seabrook/Clear Lake/Deer Park.

It explains why they’re not letting the media anywhere close to the Island except in limited sectors nd we’re not hearing anything from or about the people who survived and those who stayed behind. It’s like 20,000 people never existed….where are they? Where’d they go? What are their names? Nothing….



16 Sep 2008 … Although Hurricane Ike is long gone, the damage left behind will take months to clean up and the death toll may still rise.

Boats and debris are piled up Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008, in Galveston, Texas, after Hurricane Ike hit the area.
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Holguin, Cuba: A car is buried under rubble as Hurricane Ike strikes

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Gonaives, Haiti: A woman carries some of her belongings as she walks in a flooded street

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Hurricane Ike hits Cuba

Hurricane Ike roared on to Cuba after destroying houses and crops on low-lying islands and worsening floods in Haiti that have already killed more than 300 people.

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Cabaret, Haiti: A woman reacts after losing three cousins during floods caused by Hurricane Ike..Over 500 people died in Haiti..

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Batabano, Cuba: A man collects water from a flooded street

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Tino Gonzalez, right, and his son Matthew Gonzalez make their way through a neighborhood flooded after Hurricane Ike to check on family members, Sept. 14, 2008, in Galveston, Texas.
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Hurricane Ike left considerable damage in Surfside Beach, Texas, Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008.
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A man inspects some of the considerable damage caused by Hurricane Ike in Surfside Beach, Texas, Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008.
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A man tries to rescue a car that was swept away by flood water caused by Hurrican Ike while trying to evacuate Galveston Island September 12, 2008 in Galveston, Texas. The eye of the hurricane is expected to make landfall at Galveston Island early Saturday morning.
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Fire destroys homes along the beach on Galveston Island, Texas as Hurricane Ike approaches Friday, Sept. 12, 2008.
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With Hurricane Ike offshore, Michael Gardner walks in high water in front of a burning marina warehouse in Galveston, Texas, Friday, Sept. 12, 2008. Fire fighters could not reach the structure so they allowed the structure to burn.
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Galveston Police hand out bottled water to people at a temporary shelter set up at Ball High School after being evacuated because of Hurricane Ike, Sept. 14, 2008. Ike made landfall yesterday morning, causing widespread wind and flood damage along the Texas and Louisiana coasts.
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Diane Glowaeki walks among debris on Seawall Boulevard left by Hurricane Ike on 13 September 2008 in Galveston, Texas

A tearful woman surveys the carnage left by Hurricane Ike, which smashed into America’s Texas Gulf Coast on Saturday.

An aeriel view of Crystal Beach after Ike made landfall overnight in Galveston, Texas, on 13 September 2008


An aerial view of Crystal Beach, near the coastal city of Galveston, which took the brunt of the Category Two storm, captures the scale of the devastation.

Debris from Hurricane Ike covers Seawall Boulevard on 13 September 2008 in Galveston, Texas

The storm, which caused up to 80 deaths in the Caribbean last week, reduced swathes of Galveston’s seafront to matchwood and left the city without water or electricity.

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September 13, 2008–A worker inspects damage in front of the JPMorgan Chase Tower in downtown Houston, Texas, after powerful Hurricane Ike slammed into the Gulf Coast, shredding buildings, flooding streets, and knocking out power for millions of people.

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Galveston Island, USA: Residents of Edgewater retirement home line up to board an evacuation bus

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Galveston, USA: Alex Trinidad checks out the water as waves crash against the sea wall before hurricane Ike hits land

Waves at Baracoa, Cuba, on 7 September 2008

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The power of Hurricane Ike was felt in Cuba long before it made landfall on Sunday, with storm surges hitting the coast.

Flooded streets of Baracoa in eastern Cuba 7 September

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The streets of some eastern towns were flooded, with rain and powerful winds hampering the clean-up effort.

Residents stand in a house in Cabaret hit by Hurricane Ike on 7 September 2008

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Ike also brought devastation to Haiti, which has seen four storms in three weeks. At least 61 people died in flooding and mudslides in Cabaret, to the north of the capital Port-au-Prince.

People made their way over rubble left on the streets yesterday by Hurricane Ike in Baracoa, Cuba. The storm slowed and weakened as it moved slightly offshore but was forecast to hit Havana early today with renewed vigor People made their way over rubble left on the streets yesterday by Hurricane Ike in Baracoa, Cuba. The storm slowed and weakened as it moved slightly offshore but was forecast to hit Havana early today with renewed vigor (STR/ AFP/ Getty Images) By Carol J. Williams



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2 Responses

  1. Hurricane Ike death toll shall rise

  2. Hurricane Ike death toll maybe in the thousands. Is there a government cover-up? Why is there a Media blackout?

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