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Published on Feb 6, 2007
http://www.hurricanetrack.com/posters... This is the second part of the three part series of my Katrina documentary. This comes from my successful "Tracking the Hurricanes: 2005" DVD which chronicles the landfalling U.S. hurricanes during the historic 2005 hurricane season.
In part two, the action really begins. It is now daytime on August 29, 2005 and Katrina is making landfall along the central Gulf Coast. I am in Gulfport, Mississippi working with colleague Mike Watkins. We are seeking refuge at a hotel near I-10 along hwy 49 in Gulfport. We have set up three remotely operated cameras down along the waterfront and are hoping to capture extraordinary video- as well as stream it live to the world. Little did we know that the storm surge would be so enormous that our three camera systems would be washed away- two of them lost forever. The third was found but human error prevented it from working properly. I shift my focus from finding the other missing "black boxes" to documenting the people of a hurricane-torn Mississippi. Part three will sum things up with a trip back to Mississippi 47 days after Katrina.