2008.09.05 Child's Backpack, Ammonia & Bleach Bottles F

Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by bunnyphoenix1, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. bunnyphoenix1

    bunnyphoenix1 Former Member

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    According to David Lohr at the Discovery Channel's blog, he was part of a search team in a "high priority area" today and they located a child's backpack, and amonia & bleach bottles. It is not known yet if they are relevant. But it is interesting, because apparently a poisonous gas is formed when you mix bleach & amonia....so, someone made poisonous gas in that area for some reason. Could be lots of reasons I suppose???

    http://blogs.discovery.com/criminal_report/2008/09/caylee-anthon-2.html?cid=129323596#comments
     
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  3. panthera

    panthera Retired WS Staff

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    It's a very interesting find, but the bookbag doesn't match the description of Caylee's backpack. It's scary though that another child could've been harmed! :eek:
     
  4. bunnyphoenix1

    bunnyphoenix1 Former Member

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    Do we know she only had 1 backpack? Who gave the description? Just George?? Anyone outside the Anthony family? I can't imagine anyone mixing those chemicals for fun, but perhaps it's related to a different crime. Obviously not a suicide or they would have found a body. Would somone maybe want to kill birds or something with it?
     
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    CarrieSis New Member

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    Why make the assumption that they were purposefully mixed to make chlorine gas? Ammonia and bleach are very, very, very common and *cheap* cleaning products...
     
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    suddenlyobsessed New Member

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    Probably some prank, the details were released yesterday, maybe somebody was like dude that would be so funny if..blah blah
     
  7. bunnyphoenix1

    bunnyphoenix1 Former Member

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    Why and what would they be cleaning out in the swamp?

    I don't think it's common to see "cheap" cleaning products in the middle of nowhere...not where i live anyhow.

    According to LE, it's in an area where her phone pinged and/or she was seen.
     
  8. Shavaun

    Shavaun I can't figure out if this is Jimmy or Pinky. Has

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    poisonous gas? more like explosive lol
     
  9. Shavaun

    Shavaun I can't figure out if this is Jimmy or Pinky. Has

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    WOW. That would be AWFUL... wow wow wow. What an idea. That is just awful.
     
  10. bunnyphoenix1

    bunnyphoenix1 Former Member

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    I'm not sure what you are talking about, but if you'd gone to the link you'd see this stuff was found today.
     
  11. spydog

    spydog New Member

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    I thought the searchers were supposed to keep the location and what, if anything they find, confidential...much less taking pics and posting them
     
  12. unsaid

    unsaid I don't know and you don't know either! LOL

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    Wow...pretty interesting! Not so sure someone was intentionally trying to make a poisonous gas though. They could have just had those two cleaning supplies out there (which is odd in itself). I know people who accidentally mix those when cleaning and doing laundry at home and have gotten sick.
     
  13. bunnyphoenix1

    bunnyphoenix1 Former Member

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    He is there for the Discovery Channel....maybe they made special arrangements for him to cover the story.
     
  14. suddenlyobsessed

    suddenlyobsessed New Member

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    i mean the chloroform info was released right before these are found, some dumb people could've planted them and thought it'd be funny to watch it on the news ETA: Not that I don't want these to be related(of couse I do cuz that would mean we are getting closer) but I'm saying, I'm not getting excited yet cuz stupid peopl do exist in this world and might do something to "be funny" and not realize that it's not funny at all.
     
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    bunnyphoenix1 Former Member

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    Possible, but pretty unlikely I'd think. You could write off every find they make that way. I guess there are also all sorts of people digging up their dogs and putting them in the search area too?? Just for a laugh?...jeez, I sure would hope not.

    Anyhow, does anyone know where the backpack description comes from? If only the Anthony's, I wouldn't say it's necessarily a true description. IMOO
     
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    strach304 New Member

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    I've been wondering about the back pack myself. Originally George said it had monkeys on it then they said her Dora Explorer back pack was in the car. Is it the same one? I know Dora has a monkey friend.
     
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    HazelEyes New Member

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    Well not really explosive but REALLY bad! LOL
    I actually did this once by accident. My friend and I were cleaning some rental property we have and she had poured bleach into a bucket of water. Not knowing this I came along behind her and poured ammonia in the bucket. Fumes started coming out of it almost like smoke & it immediately became very hard to breathe. We held our breath and ran out of the house! LOL
    It didnt explode but it was very toxic. Just thought i'd share that little bit! :crazy:


    Also, I hope the items found today are relevant to this case but I'm not getting my hopes up.
     
  18. OakIceShimmer

    OakIceShimmer New Member

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    An accidental mix of bleach and Mr. Clean put me in the hospital with an asthma attack. Mr. Clean has ammonia in it. The second these two chemicals are mixed there are toxic fumes and you cannot get away from them fast enough to protect yourself.

    I will look through the pix we have to see if the backpack matches, although CA deleted a lot of pix according to one of the threads. Can't remember where now though.
     
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    It's not writing off the find to say that it could have been planted based off of the timing. How do you equate the dog remains? This is something that has been in the media chloroform = bleach + ammonia just released, and now magic bleach and ammonia found... can't you see the coincidence in the timing of the finding? Could be related or not, I'm just saying I'm skeptical of it.
     
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    not_my_kids New Member

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    Bleach and ammonia= Acme-do-it-yourself mustard gas.
    Bleach and ACETONE= chloroform.
     
  21. suddenlyobsessed

    suddenlyobsessed New Member

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    I'm definately no chemist. I had heard the acetone thing, oh wait was it that it can be made by bleach and acetone or chlorine and ammonia? I think my reading is coming back to me. I get all my stuff off of 24/hr ws stalking.:crazy:
     

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