5G Towers & Surveillance Cameras on America’s Roadways

An analysis of the radiation towers and surveillance cameras I counted while driving from New York State to Southern Florida

Late December 2021, I began my drive from southern Florida to Rhode Island to see family. I’ve made this road trip dozens of times due to family vacations as a child and visiting family once I moved out of New England and into southern Florida in 2016. I’m very familiar with that long stretch of I-95, but have not made this road trip since 2018.

About an hour into the trip, I noticed that there were 5G towers everywhere, and even more cameras. I kept an eye on it and noticed the same in Georgia, South Carolina, and every other state I drove through. I began noticing a clear pattern of clusters of 5G towers and cameras in cities or large towns alongise the highway followed by roughly equidistant 5G towers. I didn’t record the amount I saw on the way up, but my estimate of one 5G tower around every 10 miles was justified once I began recording them on my way down.

I was concerned but not shaken by it until I drove through New York City.

As I was headed north on the Jersey Turnpike, I began feeling a bit of of nausea, confusion, blurred vision, anxiety, heart palpitations, and brain fog. The closer I got to NYC, the more severe these symptoms became.

Once I was over the George Washington Bridge, the symptoms became overwhelming and I had to pull over and let my brother drive who was sleeping most of the way up. (It was about midnight at this time) At this point, I couldn’t drive over 40 mph, cars and tractor trailers were blasting past me, and I couldn’t speak and drive at the same time. I felt like I was being cooked in a microwave.

As we left the NYC limits, the symptoms subsided, and once we reached Connecticut I was back to normal. I am convinced these symptoms were from the absurd amount of 5G radiation that is roasting NYC, and now understand why New Yorkers believe in the virus.

This experience led me to track the amount of 5G towers and surveillance cameras on the highways I took to get back to Florida. I couldn’t go straight down I-95 again seeing as my brother wasn’t with me to take over, but I still saw a huge amount of these towers and cameras as well.

I’ll begin with my methods and some data disclaimers, then summarize my findings, and finally end with the numbers for each state I drove through.

Methods

I downloaded a tally app on my phone and had separate counters for 5G towers and surveillance cameras. When I entered a new state, I recorded the totals of the previous state and began the tally again.

I recorded what I saw, meaning if I saw a 5G tower right on the highway or off in the distance, I counted it towards the total. With that said, if I was unsure of the structure was, I did not record it.

Data Calculations

State average miles per 5G tower
Miles driven in state / 5G Towers spotted in state
Provides the average distance between 5G towers in a state

State average miles per camera
Miles driven in state / cameras spotted in state
Provides the average distance between cameras in a state

Average miles per 5G tower
Total miles driven in trip / Total 5G Towers spotted on trip
Provides the average distance between 5G towers for the entire length of the trip to determine how close a state is to the average of others

Average miles per camera
Total miles driven in trip / Total cameras spotted on trip
Provides the average distance between cameras for the entire length of the trip as a reference point to determine how close a state is to the average of others

State average minutes per 5G tower
Minutes driven in state / 5G Towers spotted in state
Provides the average time between seeing a 5G tower in a state

State average minutes per camera
Minutes driven in state / cameras spotted in state
Provides the average time between seeing a camera in a state

Route

Roughly 1,441 miles were driven across 9 states.

Data Disclaimers

I drove a few hours in the dark every day, so the numbers I recorded are not 100% accurate seeing as I could not see and had to focus on the road. With that said, most of the driving was done in the daylight, and this also means the numbers I recorded are not exxagerated, although some may seem fantastic.

The average miles between 5G Towers does not mean that there is a 5G tower every x miles in that state. Although a great majority of the towers I recorded stood alone, some were clustered together on mountains, and the cities I drove through had many clusters either on the highway or within sight. The average miles between 5G towers is mainly a reference point to see which states were more irradiated with others seeing as I drove 200+ miles in some states but less than 150 in others. The same principles apply for the surveillance cameras.

What I Recorded

Below are examples of what I recorded being a 5G Tower and surveillance camera.

5G Towers

Surveillance Camera

Summarized Results

Over a total of 1,441 miles, I recorded 461 5G towers and 430 surveillance cameras.

That’s an average of one 5G tower every 3.13 miles and one surveillance camera ever 3.35 miles.

Something very sinister is going on right before our very eyes.

Below this are the totals and averages for the entire trip with visualization of that data beneath.

Trip Totals

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Surveillance Camera Averages

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Camera per 5G Tower

The first graph below shows total towers and cameras for each state, and the graph beneath that shows the average miles between each 5G tower and camera for each state. The averages give us a better comparison between states seeing as I drove for more miles in some states when compared to others.

Maryland and West Virginia are excluded from the averages seeing as I only drove through Maryland for 12 miles and West Virginia for 24. Although these states are included for data concerning the overall distance and totals, it would throw off the averages when we compare the states to each other.

New York State

I-84 West

  • 5G towers seemed to be roughly equidistant along this route
  • Most likely due to not driving past any major cities

New York State Totals

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Pennsylvania

I-84 West to I-81 South

  • Around 10-15 (~20%) 5G towers were in Scranton
  • 5G Towers were grouped together on mountains in groups of 2 to 3
  • I began to notice hidden 5G transmitters/receivers underneath gas station signs

Pennsylvania Totals

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Virginia

I-81 South to I-77 South

Virginia Totals

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North Carolina

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South Carolina

I-77 South → 1-26 East → I-95 South

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Georgia

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Florida

I-95 South

  • A lot of surveillance cameras
  • 5G Towers were tallest out of all states, some were over 30 stories tall
  • 5G Towers were so tall they needed wire supports
  • Many clusters of two, sometimes up to six 5G towers
  • LED highway streetlights observed, video below data

Florida Totals

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5G LED Streetlights in Florida

It’s difficult driving and recording simultaneously, forgive the shaky cam. I was able to splice together two clips.

I noticed the interior temperature of the car increase as I drove beneath them, and they stretched for maybe 5 miles. I came across two patches north of Daytona.

You can sort of thee in the video how the lights had a distinct purple glow.

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