Sunday, April 28, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-27

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

2013-04-27 - Explosion rocks Marathon refinery in Detroit (Michigan), local evacuations ensue, 1 injured:
Quote: "I saw the fire ball. The whole top of the tank was on fire and you could see it melted."
Note: Well, I did mention that petroleum-related facilities - among other things - were going to explode/burn. Lucky guess? Like Kurt Russell's character said in the remake of 'The Thing', 'Why don't we just wait here for a while...see what happens.'

2013-04-27 - Explosion and fire hit wood pellet plant in North Clarendon (Vermont):

2013-04-27 - Fire and explosion hit metal works plant in McCook (Illinois), near the Des Plaines River:

2013-04-27 - Blaze erupts at 4 AM at Chevron Phillips' chemical plant in coastal Port Arthur (Texas), several injured:

Note: Wee hours again, which is when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating above closer to the ground. And this is right on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico here...

2013-04-27 - Massive fire and explosions destroy vacant warehouse in North Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-27 - Home explodes and burns in coastal Cranston (Rhode Island), nearby homes damaged too, 1 injured:

Quote: "The blast, which neighbors say was felt three blocks away, happened shortly after 7 a.m. on Piedmont Street. The entire back of the house was blown apart and the house was jolted off its foundation. Several nearby homes also suffered damage."

2013-04-27 - Powerful explosion blows both side off shipping container in Saanich on Vancouver Island (Canada):

2013-04-27 - Explosion hits Gulf Oil factory in Hyderabad (India), 2 killed:

2013-04-27 - Huge fire guts 60 shops and 70 cabins at the Qaisra Bazaar of Gujranwala (Pakistan):

2013-04-27 - Lobster boat bursts into flame off coast near Rockport (Massachusetts), 2 rescued:

2013-04-27 - Boat bursts into flame in San Francisco Bay (California), 4 aboard rescued:

2013-04-27 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street in Johor Bahru (Malaysia):

2013-04-27 - Truck bursts into flame on M-32 near Rust Road in Rust Township (Michigan):

2013-04-27 - Pickup truck bursts into flame, explodes, at gas station in Lincoln County (South Dakota), child almost dies:,0,7712435.story

Quote: "Lincoln County Sheriff's office says the driver was inside paying when he noticed his truck on fire. He ran out and grabbed his five-year-old grandson right before it exploded."

2013-04-27 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home in Washington City (Utah):

Quote: "'In my 20 years experience in St. George,' the chief said, 'I’ve never seen a battery charger ignite a vehicle on fire.'"

Note: Owner was charging his battery. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper like battery cables of all kinds. A little spark and sizzle catches some nearby plastic on fire and soon you have a truck on fire...

2013-04-27 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-70 in Ohio County (West Virginia):

2013-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 401 near Brockville, Ontario (Canada):

2013-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on H3 near Kaneohe in the Hawaiian Islands (Hawaii):

2013-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on tow truck at East Sixth Street and the Ferry Cut-Off in New Castle (Delaware):

2013-04-27 - Car bursts into flame in Murwillumbah (Australia), along with three trash fires, all within 15 minutes:

Note: They suspect arson, as usual. Who knows, could be. But trash and cars are both spontaneously combusting now as out atmosphere fills up with flammable methane and hydrogen sulfide, so I wouldn't be so sure, especially when there are no witnesses or surveillance footage or motive. At this point, I want to see at least one of those three before I get on the arson bandwagon. Also, multiple fires in the same general area in the same general timeframe is what we should expect to see as flammable gases blow through an area...

2013-04-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame near health center in Two Rivers (Wisconsin):

2013-04-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on highway south of Wawa, Ontario (Canada):

2013-04-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-71 near Sycamore Township (Ohio):

Note: Story also mentions a 7-car pileup on I-71 around the same time...

2013-04-27 - Car and mobile home destroyed by fire in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2013-04-27 - Three vehicles and trailer destroyed by fire near Kingston (Tennessee), close to Watts Bar Lake:

2013-04-27 - Dune buggy, car and barn destroyed by fire in Washington County (Oregon), near the West Coast:

2013-04-27 - Barn destroyed by fire in Pembroke Township (Illinois), more than 10 horses saved:

2013-04-27 - Barn destroyed by fire in Ogden (New York):

Note: The Erie Canal passes right through Ogden...

2013-04-27 - Barn destroyed by fire in Xenia (Ohio):

2013-04-27 - Barn damged by fire in Mankato (Minnesota):

2013-04-27 - Barn damaged by fire at Chequer Tree Equestrian Centre in Ashford, Kent (Britain):

2013-04-27 - Blaze tears through home in Cedar Rapids (Iowa), family of six homeless:

Quote: "Fire officials said it appears the fire began at the home's front porch light..."

Note: Light = heat source, might be enough heat to ignite some passing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane. Also, light = electrified copper wiring, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. Hmmm...well, if you've got a porch light, this might be something to consider.

2013-04-27 - Vacant home burns in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, firefighter sickens with dizziness and nausea:

2013-04-27 - Vacant house burns in Lake Charles (Louisiana), fire spreads to adjacent occupied house:

2013-04-27 - In separate incidents, two vacant homes burn in the East Lake area of Birmingham (Alabama):

Note: Were they really separate? Same general area, same timeframe, same atmosphere...

2013-04-27 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Holyoke (Massachusetts):

2013-04-27 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Sturbridge (Massachusetts):

2013-04-27 - Vacant warehouse burns in Rochester (New York):

2013-04-27 - Vacant warehouse burns in Lowell (Massachusetts):

2013-04-27 - Two hotel guests, 30s and 20s, found dead in swimming pool at luxury hotel in Essex (Britain), near the coast:

Quote: "Where could be a better place to unwind and forget about the outside world than our 10-metre indoor pool and jacuzzi?"

Note: Yep, they sure got unwound and forgot about the outside world there...

2013-04-27 - Three divers die within 24 hours along the coast in North Carolina:

2013-04-27 - Man found dead in hotel room in Memphis (Tennessee), smell prompts HazMat scare:

Quote: "A neighbor of the man called police fearing he might be dead. When officers arrived, they smelled something that made them think a meth lab was present."

Quote: "The man's body was discovered in the room, but police confirmed there was no meth lab."

Note: So a strange chemically odor was present when they found this corpse...

2013-04-27 - College student, 19, found dead in dorm room at Columbus State University in Columbus (Georgia):

2013-04-27 - Man found dead in car at Walmart in Henrico County (Virginia):

Quote: "Detectives and the State Medical Examiner’s office determined the man died from an accidental overdose."

Note: Fastest toxicology results ever supplied in the history of man! Oh, right, there's no way they could have done a toxicology that fast, so they're guessing, because the body has no injury marks, or they know what killed him but don't want US to know. I did mention, 'overdose' is one way they'll disguise these mysterious deaths. Maybe it was an overdose, maybe not, but there's no way anybody knows for sure that fast...

2013-04-27 - Student, 17, falls to the ground dead at school in New Delhi (India):

2013-04-27 - Man plunges 9 stories to his death at carpark in coastal Kota Kinabalu (Malaysia):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-04-27 - Man found dead at base of high-rise in coastal Dubai (UAE):

Note: Possible toppler...
2013-04-27 - Woman, 25, found dead at farm in Dhading District (Nepal):

2013-04-27 - Hairdresser, 51, has chest pains, collapses and dies, on the island of Borneo:

2013-04-27 - Man in his 60s drops dead near police station in North Yorkshire (Britain):

2013-04-27 - Public Works director, 44, drops dead at home in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-04-27 - Man washes ashore dead at construction site in coastal Edgewater (New Jersey):

2013-04-27 - Man, 55, slumps over dead at park bench in Naftzger Park in Wichita (Kansas):

2013-04-27 - NATO plane crashes in Shah Joy district (Afghanistan), 4 killed:

Quote: "...initial reports suggested there was no militant activity in the area at the time."

2013-04-27 - Small plane crashes in soybean field near Norfolk (Nebraska), both aboard killed:

2013-04-27 - Small plane crashes in field at Middle Wallop Army Aviation Centre (Britain), 1 killed:

2013-04-27 - Small plane crashes at airport near Bryan (Ohio), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-27 - Missing 45-foot now-empty 'ghost boat' tugboat located off the coast near Ocean City (New Jersey), pilot missing:

Quote: " The 45-foot boat "Cape Hatteras" put out a distress call, then vanished last week while on a routine trip. The operator, 32-year-old David McAuliffe, is still missing. Officials say McAuliffe did not respond to cell phone or radio calls after the emergency signal was received."

Note: Tugboat went out on routine mission, then sent out distress call. Now they've found the boat but the skipper is missing. Gotta wonder if a cloud of gas didn't hit that boat and he sent out a distress call while dying, then made a run for it. But on a boat, where can you run to? Into the water, but the problem would probably be worse there AND if you lose consciousness in the water, then that's it. This isn't a lake or pond here, this is the Atlantic Ocean, so they may not ever find his body in this case...

2013-04-27 - Tour bus and tractor trailer collide head-on, near Nuevo Laredo (Mexico), at least 10 killed, 5 injured:

Quote: "Police say that 10 members of the musical group La Reyna de Monterrey have been killed and five injured in a road accident in northern Mexico."

2013-04-27 - School bus and truck collide on highway near Kimose (Kenya), 5 killed, 20 injured:

2013-04-27 - Tractor trailer crashes off road, lands on bike path, on Ohio 315 in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-04-27 - Van veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Agnew (Washington), after driver suffers seizure, 3 injured:

Quote: "The State Patrol said Friday evening that Janisse suffered a seizure, causing the eastbound van to cross the centerline..."

Note: Lots of these 'medical emergencies' and seizures these days. Agnew lies along the Strait of Juan de Fuca...

2013-04-27 - Van veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Hempstead County (Arkansas), 1 killed:

2013-04-27 - Minivan veers off road, thru chain fence, onto highway, hits pickup head-on, in coastal Seattle (Washington), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2013-04-27 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Bryan County (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-04-27 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Genesee County (New York), 5 injured:

2013-04-27 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Lake Elsinore (California), 1 killed, 5 injured, other crashes mentioned:

Quote: "Multiple Crashes Leave Carnage On Local Roads"

2013-04-27 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Keystone (Florida), 1 killed:

2013-04-27 - Car veers off road, slams into home, home heavily damaged, in coastal Altona Meadows (Australia):

2013-04-27 - Car veers off road, hits a bunch of stuff, overturns down embankment, in Laurel County (Kentucky), 2 killed:

2013-04-27 - Car plows into vacant building in East Dundee (Illinois), after driver has 'medical emergency', 1 injured:

Quote: "An East Dundee police officer happened to be driving behind the man, who appeared to be in his early 40s and may have had a medical emergency..."

2013-04-27 - Sinkhole spreading and growing near Sprigg Street in Cape Giradeau (Missouri):

2013-04-27 - Firefighters train to handle large-vehicle accidents, in Auburn (New York):

Quote: "A pickup truck sagged under the crushing weight of a fallen cylindrical cement block. A smashed silver sedan stood sandwiched underneath a tractor trailer. A cement truck laid on its side on a blacktop bed covered in glinting shards of shattered glass. And inside every mortally wounded vehicle sat an injured individual in need of rescuing."

Note: Good idea...



  1. Falls irgendwer aus Deutschland, der Schweiz oder Österreich hier mitliest:
    Hier ein Artikel, der die H2S-Komponente der hier angebotenen JJF Hypothese kurz zusammenfasst.:

    Bzgl. Aachen und Eifel, die vermutlich noch öfter in den Updates auftauchen werden, dies: "Schwefelwasserstoff gelangt mit vulkanischen Gasen aus dem Erdinneren an die Erdoberfläche und damit auch in den biotischen Schwefelkreislauf, in die Biosphäre"

    Update for Germany, Austria and Switzerland:

    2013-04-28: You're gonna have to explaining to do on this one, Jonny. Parked car STARTS ENGINE BY ITSELF, crashes into another car and a house, then bursts into flame in Essen, Germany .This was witnessed by some woman police talked to.
    The same thing happened earlier this month in Austria. Well, the car skipped crashing into another one and a house and went up in flames right after starting the engine.

    2013-04-28: Gas explosion, house collapses in Paris, France. 3 dead, 14 injured. The story isn't very specific as to what kind of gas exploded.

    2013-04-28: Parked Car bursts into flame in Escheburg, Germany.
    +53° 27' 47.22", +10° 18' 30.79"

    2013-04-28: Fire destroyes 2 parked cars in Hamburg, Germany.
    +53° 30' 24.24", +10° 1' 24.78"

    2013-04-27: Company producing extremely fireproof specialty material is heavily damaged by fire. Oh, the irony... There are two tiny streams nearby. This is the company's website (they have an English version too)
    +51° 33' 14.62", +7° 52' 16.73"

    2013-04-27: Charred Corspse found in garden shack in Viersen, Germany. I don't know which of them it was exactly.
    +51° 15' 52.46", +6° 24' 34.20"

    2013-04-27: Fire destroys VACANT landmarked house in Hofbieber, Germany. The house had been vacant for over 20 years. Other than old clothes, it contained rubble and other rubbish. A little stream runs next to it.
    +50° 35' 43.18", +9° 49' 7.45";art25,721757

    2013-04-27: Fire in an apartment building in COASTAL Kiel, Germany. Fire started in the basement. Cause unknown.
    +54° 18' 44.88", +10° 8' 34.90"

    2013-04-27: Fire in an apartment building on Spittal an der Drau, Austria. Three injured. Fire was caused by a defect in the lighting equipment OUTSIDE of the house. RIVER Drau runs right through Spittal and Hauptplatz, where this fire occured, is just 30m away from it.
    +46° 47' 50.83", +13° 29' 53.37"

    2013-04-27: Fire in an apartment building in Hückelhoven, Germany, six injured. Lake nearby. This was just 40 km north of Aachen, where thermal water containing hydrogen sulfide is used as a treatment for several ailments.
    +51° 4' 14.48", +6° 11' 29.10"

    1. Hah, wow, I remember a story a year or so ago where an ENGINE started by itself in a closed garage. I didn't note the story or save the link, but it was odd enough that it stayed in my memorybanks.

      I can think of one possibility: hydrogen sulfide finds some electrified copper and there's a short, and the short starts the car. Like in the movies, they take two wires and short them to start the car? Maybe something like that. Must be pretty fluke-ish, because I haven't seen many stories that involve self-starting engines, just the one in the U.S., and now the two in Germany.

      I have no idea what the top part of your comment says - did you want that added to the Germany event list too? (Heh, I'm trusting - you could be cursing me out for all I know. LMAO!)

  2. Lol, sorry I did not translate the top part. Here it goes (word for word)

    If anyone in G, Ö or CH is actually reading this, here's an article that summarizes the H2S component of the JJF hypothesis:

    Regarding Aachen and Eifel, places that presumably will pop more often here: "Hydrogen sulfide reaches the earth's surface in volcanic gases coming from the bowels of the earth. It reaches the biotic sulfur cycle and therefore - the biosphere"

    Regarding 'Kit' cars: I too was thinking along the lines of electical short. Of course it could be something completely different, but I thought the story was worth mentioning.

    1. I agree, worth mentioning! Smart that you thought so without even knowing about the engine that started by itself here. That could get creepy if peoples' cars start firing up by themselves in more widespread fashion. A sample size of 3 is too small to draw any conclusions, but it's worth watching for other such events, to see if a trend is developing.

      Sounds like good info there, so I'll add that to the top of the Germany list and keep it there for whoever should come across that document. At least the German might help more German people find their way here, and hopefully many of them are as bi-lingual as you obviously are.

    2. Because people who drive vehicles with automatic transmissions usually put them in Park, then these self starting vehicles would most likely have a standard manual transmission because many people will just leave those in first or reverse gear depending on the situation. Very few people will have the good sense enough to activate the emergency brake (I used to be this way). When the vehicle burns, the plastic that insulates the wires melts & then the ignition shorts (like in the movies) which starts the engine but because the vehicle was left in gear without the emergency brake activated (if it is activated then it could be worn out & weak or not pushed/pulled tight enough to secure the brakes) then it starts driving by itself like the 'Kit' car on the TV show. It will probably become a more common occurrence (especially in Countries where manual transmissions are the norm) & this alone could kill more people because of blazing 'Kit' cars crashing into them, their houses or their vehicles.

      "I can think of one possibility: hydrogen sulfide finds some electrified copper and there's a short, and the short starts the car. Like in the movies, they take two wires and short them to start the car? Maybe something like that. Must be pretty fluke-ish, because I haven't seen many stories that involve self-starting engines, just the one in the U.S., and now the two in Germany."

    3. There was another similar story too, didn't come to mind immediately because it wasn't a car but a tractor, that started up by itself in a Walmart parking lot and drove around hitting stuff. Found a couple of links for that incident:

    4. you gotta love that headline! :D
      "Out-Of-Control Tractor Turns Wal-Mart Parking Lot Into Demolition Derby"

    5. LMAO, did you watch the video? 6 minutes, and nobody thought to do anything about it, just filmed it and watched. Police cruisers were driving around, but not getting anywhere near it. And that parking lot was almost empty, which means that was very late at night, in the wee hours. I looked that place up on a map, and it's about 10 miles from Lake Ontario, not far from Toronto, which was hit by a 'putrid smell' not long ago, as mentioned in the 2012-11-09 update.

    6. Yeah, I watched it. Nobody wanted to be a hero that night...
      Maybe because it was so funny to watch :) Luckily there was no dog left in any of those cars. I hope so at least..

      I guess you already read about the explosion in Prague today? A huge gas explosion rattled the basement, not the ground floor as stated in most articles, of a 19th century building, a lot of people were injured. It was the drudge headline when I turned my PC on today.

      Prague explosion, exact location: +50° 4' 55.00", +14° 24' 49.76"
      Methane gas leak in downtown Prague. Czech TV reports more explosions could happen.
      "The devastation at the scene of the blast indicates that the explosion happened in the basement, not on the ground floor as previously thought.
      It is possible that gas leaks from the city's sewers, a firefighter spokesman stated"

      you can also read english articles there.

    7. Oh, I almost forgot: apparently trains can do the whole I'm-just-gonna-head-off-alone-now thing too:

      Runaway train goes 17 kilometres before crashing in Indonesia (2013-04-29)

    8. Yep, seen the Prague stories. And just yesterday an apartment block exploded in Reims (France) too.

    9. At least with the train, its engine was running. I bet its brakes had burned up, so they set the brake, went to do maintenance, and then the brakes failed and off it went. They needed Denzel Washington there! (Movie: Unstoppable.) Runaway trains could be huge catastrophes if they run off while loaded with a bunch of chemical tanker cars!

  3. When you posted that Reims story, I thought "wasn't that in early April??" and, indeed, Reims had a building collaps due to a gas explosion in early April.
    That's the article I originally wanted to post about the building collapse in Paris. The last paragraph mentions, what I said above.

    1. So they had two buildings explode in one months.. just to clarify my post.

    2. Yes, TWICE this month now, buildings exploded there. I'm thinking I won't ever be moving to Reims. Heh.