It took months to do it, but I’ve finally published a Google Earth page for Camps 14 and 18. This page accumulates all of the newly available witness accounts, scholarly research, and satellite imagery of the camps, which share very little except geographical proximity.
I owe my deepest thanks to a reader who forwarded me a copy of the Korean Bar Association’s 2008 human rights report, which proved to be an invaluable resource for this project, and for others to come. Thanks also to my good friend Curtis Melvin, who helped confirm some of the image locations in the post. I hope this page brings more academic, journalistic, and political attention to what goes on in those camps, and given the attention that these issues have received recently, that hope may not be too fanciful.