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~Nazi Incendiary Bomb Experiments~Shangri-La Napalm Zombie

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[center:36vix050]Incendiary Bomb Experiments[/center:36vix050]

During the time period of about Nov. 1943 to about Jan. 1944 Nazi Scientists conducted tests of effects of various pharmaceutical preparations on phosphorous burns at the Buchenwald concentration camp on humans. Could this relate to the new Napalm Zombie in Shangri-La?

"From about November 1943 to about January 1944 experiments were conducted at the Buchenwald concentration camp to test the effect of various pharmaceutical preparations on phosphorous burns. These burns were inflicted on experimental subjects with phosphorous matter taken from incendiary bombs, and caused severe pain, suffering, and serious bodily injury. The defendants Genzken, Gebhardt, Mrugowsky, and Poppendick are charged with special responsibility for and participation in these crimes."


The Burns shown in the picture above are pretty severe, As for the Incendiary Bombs they used most likely contained, napalm, thermite, chlorine trifluoride, or white phosphorus.


When used as a part of an incendiary weapon, napalm can cause severe burns (ranging from superficial to subdermal) to the skin and body, asphyxiation, unconsciousness, and death. In this implementation, explosions can create an atmosphere of greater than 20% carbon monoxide[2] and firestorms with self-perpetuating windstorms of up to 70 miles per hour (110 km/h).[7][unreliable source?]

One of the main anti-personnel features of napalm is that it sticks to human skin, with no practical method for removal of the burning substance.[citation needed]

Napalm is suitable for use against dug-in enemy personnel. The burning incendiary composition flows into foxholes, trenches and bunkers, and drainage and irrigation ditches and other improvised troop shelters. People even in undamaged shelters can be killed by hyperthermia/heat stroke, radiant heat, dehydration, suffocation, smoke exposure, or carbon monoxide poisoning. The firebombing raids on German cities, e.g. Dresden and Hamburg, frequently caused death by this mechanism.[5]

One firebomb released from a low-flying plane can damage an area of 2,500 square yards (2,100 m2).


Thermite usage is hazardous due to the extremely high temperatures produced and the extreme difficulty in smothering a reaction once initiated. The thermite reaction releases dangerous ultra-violet (UV) light requiring that the reaction not be viewed directly, or that special eye protection (for example, a welder's mask) be worn.

Chlorine Tirfluoride

ClF3 is a very strong oxidizing and fluorination agent. It is extremely reactive with most inorganic and organic materials, even plastics, and will initiate the combustion of many materials without an ignition source.

White Phosphorus


Injuries from white phosphorus.[67][68]

Incandescent particles of WP cast off by a WP weapon's initial explosion can produce extensive, deep second and third degree burns. One reason why this occurs is the tendency of the element to stick to the skin. Phosphorus burns carry a greater risk of mortality than other forms of burns due to the absorption of phosphorus into the body through the burned area, resulting in liver, heart and kidney damage, and in some cases multiple organ failure.[69] These weapons are particularly dangerous to exposed people because white phosphorus continues to burn unless deprived of oxygen or until it is completely consumed. In some cases, burns are limited to areas of exposed skin because the smaller WP particles do not burn completely through personal clothing before being consumed.

Smoke inhalation

Burning white phosphorus produces a hot, dense, white smoke consisting mostly of phosphorus pentoxide. Most forms of the smoke are not hazardous in the likely concentrations produced by a battlefield smoke shell. Exposure to heavy smoke concentrations of any kind for an extended period (particularly if near the source of emission) does have the potential to cause illness or even death. White phosphorus smoke irritates the eyes, mucous membranes of the nose, and respiratory tract in moderate concentrations, while higher concentrations may produce severe burns. However, no casualties have been recorded from the effects of white phosphorus smoke alone in combat operations and there are no confirmed deaths resulting from exposure to phosphorus smoke.[citation needed] The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry has set an acute inhalation Minimum Risk Level (MRL) for white phosphorus smoke of 0.02 mg/m³, the same as fuel oil fumes. By contrast, the chemical weapon mustard gas is 30 times more potent: 0.0007 mg/m³.[70]

Oral ingestion

The accepted lethal dose when white phosphorus is ingested orally is 1 mg per kg of body weight, although the ingestion of as little as 15 mg has resulted in death.[71] It may also cause liver, heart or kidney damage.[69] There are reports of individuals with a history of oral ingestion who have passed phosphorus-laden stool ("smoking stool syndrome").[71]

220px-Ayman2.jpg<-- Effects of White Phosphorus

Ok... now imagine if a whole body was engulfed by the Incendiary Bomb... You could see the complete effect of which now the body is literally now mere bones and minor skin much like our new zombie friend Napalm guy. And add 115 and you got a Napalm Zombie running around like a Fire Time-Bomb(From my perspective.) Since I'm sure Zombie testing occurred at Shangri-La then this could be another example of a Failed experiment such as the Nova 6 Crawlers.

Krazy Out... 8-)


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Guest Anti Earth


I saw that exact picture earlier today,

after checking the spelling of Phosphorus.

Small world!


(Sorry for not commenting on content)

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Guest Faust

Very great thread! I had stummbled upon Nazi Incendiary Experiments before when trying to find the cause for the sixes, but I never would have thought to apply it to these new zombies. What are your thoughts on the shriekers?

Perhaps the shriekers were zombies overcome by Virl?

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Guest KrazyCookies

Thanks guys, As for the shriekers I tried to find some stuff but came out empty... I'll try to look for more when I have the free time.

Krazy Out... 8-)

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Guest BlindBusDrivr

Great work.

I feel so sorry for whoever they tested that stuff on, that's just purely awful.

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