By Thomas Proffit of “Is that a FEMA camp”
This page contains a list of the states don’t apparently have any FEMA camps located within them:
(Author’s Note: This list is subject to change whenever someone misidentifies a building or a facility in one of these states as being a FEMA camp location)
Apparently the Green Mountain State doesn’t have any FEMA camps located inside it’s borders. I don’t know why there wouldn’t be to be quite honest.
Despite the fact that it’s a small state, there are plenty of places there to put one due to the state’s mountainous terrain and heavily forested areas…
The smallest state in the union apparently is simply to small to host a FEMA camp in. Heck, most sites don’t even have Rhode Island even listed at all, but they still at least list other states that doesn’t have an alleged FEMA camp in it as “No Data Available”.
Maybe the operators of these sites that claim that FEMA camps are real don’t believe that Rhode Island is a state???
According to the websites that list FEMA camp locations, the state right next door to Rhode Island also doesn’t have any FEMA camps located in it either…
With this, this means that only half the states in New England have alleged FEMA camps located within them, and there are only a total of four alleged FEMA camp locations at that…
Maybe the government doesn’t feel the need to put FEMA camps up there???
The smallest of the mid-Atlantic states, and the second smallest of all 50 states also apparently doesn’t have any FEMA camps located within it’s three counties.
Maybe it’s like Rhode Island and is just to small to host a FEMA camp…
Big state. Lots of wide open spaces. No FEMA camps.
Iowa is the only state west of the Mississippi river to not have an alleged FEMA camp located within it’s borders. I have no idea why this is, but no one has made a claim of one being there… yet
This state apparently was once claimed to host a FEMA camp within it’s borders, but most FEMA camp location websites say that location is a hoax…
In fact the claim goes as this: These sites are confirmed hoaxes. Hancock County – NASA test site De Soto National Forest. “These two supposed camps in Mississippi do not exist. Members of the Mississippi Militia have checked these out on more than one occasion beginning back when they first appeared on the Internet and throughout the Patriot Movement.” – Commander D. Rayner, Mississippi Militia
This location is the only location that many of these FEMA camp location websites have ever admitted to being a hoax, despite the fact that through my research I’ve found that many of these FEMA camp locations to be nothing more than hoaxes.
Also apparently the people running these sites can’t count, because that’s only one location, not two.