Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Horrifying Photos of Fish Kill Area - Biloxi, MS

I personally drove to Biloxi arriving at midnight last night to see for myself the fish kill site that was reported some ten hours prior at 2:30 in the afternoon.

What I witnessed was the most vial smell I have ever witnessed in my 51+ years!

There were no "identifiable" fish however there was a thick, rather foamy white substance (which appeared to be bits of fish floating on water that had the coloration of chocolate milk).

See for yourselves....

This was taken about 11:15pm in Long Beach
As you can see, we had the presence of dead fish


Arrival in Biloxi - this was indescribable









By the way, this is not the first of these fish kills along the coast since the Deepwater Horizon accident. I have lived on the Gulf Coast since 1972 and never have we witnessed anything remotely like this. I just spoke to a fisherman that has lived here all his life and he's only seen maybe 3 red tides in that lifetime here. The largest fish kill he'd ever seen was perhaps 100 ft wide and 200 feet long. I myself don't ever recall hearing of a fish kill near here whatsoever.

I wish I'd had lighting and a better quality camera to show everyone just how horrible this was and I hope and pray I never have reason to wish that again.

~ Denise Rednour
Long Beach, MS


6 comments:

  1. God forgive us.

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  2. thank you for getting the truth out....there is nothing remotely as effective as 'citizen journalists' to disclose the realities of Multi-national brutalities against all of life...we MUST keep this in the public eye....and LEARN from it!!

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  3. I am not trying to dismiss the claims at all...I live in Crystal Beach, TX, ground zero for Hurricane Ike....but some of the photos look like the sea foam that comes ashore some times...I think, usually in the winter...do you guys get that red algae....we had thick mats about 8 inches thick that you had to walk over to get to the water's edge...probably one of the worst years in a while.....please keep us informed as I know the truth is out there and our government certainly isn't the one allowing it to come out...it was staged....and it's a plot to destroy the gulf coast...I am watching them buying us off Bolivar Peninsula...they want us gone....

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  4. What this is IS from the dispersants and what it's intended to do. Absorb into the fish, weigh them down and keep them from the public view. Eventually, the marine life breaks down and starts to float, which it is doing now. I HAVE lived through Red Tide in Maine and THIS IS NOT RED TIDE!!! This is death!

    I have the camera equipment! If I had a way to get there, I would take thousands of photos! It needs to be done! The public has no concept of the truth!

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  5. THIS IS IN MY HOME STATE AND JUST DOWN THE ROAD ! THIS IS NOT RIGHT! NO AMOUNT OF MONEY CAN REPLACE ALL THE LIVES (MARINE AND HUMAN)THIS OILSPILL HAS RUINED! PEOPLE MUST STAND TOGETHER AND FIGHT THE GREEDY OIL COMPANIES AND POLITCIANS THAT LET THIS HAPPEN!
    IT IS SAD AND SHOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED! WHAT ELSE IS OUT THERE WE HAVE NOT OR MAY NEVER SEE THAT IT HAS KILLED?

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  6. Greedy oil companies!We greedy Americans who have 2,3, or even four vehicles in a family who need oil to operate them! We are all greedy I know I am guilty!But this oil spill really is greed from an oil company!Shame on us all!

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