Flame Fougasse

An intact Flame Fougasse found in Kent.

Key Facts

  • The Flame Fougasse is a method of projecting a beam of burning sticky fuel in a fixed direction from a buried, or partially buried barrel.
  • The Demigasse and hedgehopper are methods of projecting a quantity of burning fuel over a chosen  area or target from a barrel lying or standing on the ground.
  • The Demigasse consists of a barrel lying in the open on it’s side.
  • The hedgehopper consists of a barrel standing on end concealed behind a hedge or wall.

See Poynings Flame Fougasse page for more details

Fougasse

Fougasse

Demigasse

Demigasse

Hedgehopper

Hedgehopper

Hedge Hopper just after firing

Hedge Hopper just after firing

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