Easement Papers for the Davis Family

The resting place of the lost Goldsboro nuclear bomb lies on C. T. Davis's farm. To prohibit digging on the site, the United States government paid a sum of $1000 to the Davis family for permanent rights to a small circle of land, just 200 feet in diameter. Click here or on the image at left for the full text of the easement.

Hansen Reasearch

In an email dated 12 October 2000, nuclear-weapons historian Chuck Hansen shared with this project the most complete narrative of the Goldsboro incident we have been able to find. Click here or on the image at left for Hansen's account.

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Last Updated: 29 November 2000