Hindenburg on Weather Channel; Behind-the-Scenes photos

The Weather Channel’s new series “Weather That Changed the World” premieres this Sunday, June 9, with an episode dedicated to the Hindenburg disaster.

The show presents an excellent and well-illustrated explanation of the electrostatic weather conditions leading to the disaster and I was very happy to be involved with the project.

Here are a few behind-the-scenes photos from the scenes we filmed at Lakehurst:

Weather That Changed History: The Hindenburg (behind the scenes at crash site)

Filming at the crash site memorial

Weather That Changed History: The Hindenburg (behind the scenes at crash site)

The marker at the crash site

Opening the giant doors of Hangar One at Lakehurst

Opening the giant doors of Hangar One

The mechanism for the doors at Hangar One

The mechanism for the doors at Hangar One

Weather That Changed History: The Hindenburg (Behind the Scenes)

Inside Hangar One at Lakehurst

Weather That Changed History: The Hindenburg (Behind the Scenes)

The crew wanted to illustrate the tremendous size of the Hindenburg’s hangar

Director Olive King and SSgt David Carbajal from JB-MDL Public Affairs

Director Olive King and SSgt David Carbajal from JB-MDL Public Affairs

As always my thanks to the Public Affairs staff at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, who always make working at Lakehurst such a pleasure, and a special shout-out to SSgt David Carbajal for his enthusiastic help with this project.

Weather That Changed The World
New original series only on The Weather Channel
Premieres Sunday, June 9 at 9/8c

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Milan Zivancevic

Serbian premiere: 16 september, 20.00h (8 PM), on Viasat History.

Stuart Flood

You Don’t happen to Know when/weather this will air in New Zealand?

George Wilson

I missed the show & don’t have cable TV. Will there be any way to watch the whole show on line? The previews were great. Thanks, George Wilson

Scott

Cool as always!

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