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What are FEMA camp coffins?

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FEMA camp coffins are heavy-duty gray containers alleged to be coffins ordered by FEMA to dispose of Ebola victims or victims of terrorist and martial law massacres. In reality, the images distributed were of polypropylene grave vaults ordered by a funeral vendor.

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Outside a Madison, Ga. warehouse, Vantage Products Corporation stored 50,000 grave vaults because they were tough and weatherproof. At some point, someone filmed the vaults and posted video and images online. Because Madison is near Atlanta where the CDC is headquartered, a rumor started that the vaults were intended for the victims of a pandemic or a biological attack. Vantage has since removed the vaults, storing them elsewhere or delivering them to customers.

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