Monday, May 5, 2014

Event Update For 2014-05-04

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.

Category: 'Zombie Files'

2014-05-04 - Naked man runs down street, does pushups at 4 AM on street, gets run over and killed, in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "The unidentified man was seen by witnesses running naked in the street and then stopping to do push-ups. He was struck by a vehicle and killed."

Note: One of the better types of neuro-zombies, the exercising-in-the-middle-of-the-road-until-mowed-down type. Way better than the face-eating variety! I still like the getting-naked-and-moving-into-a-tree type the best for men, and the getting-naked-and-ordering-ice-cream type seems pretty decent for women. Yes, these things have happened, along with many other strange but similar events. There are two commonalities to these events: 1) people get naked; and 2) they act irrationally. Hydrogen sulfide warms you up, as Jenkem users have noted: "They say it keeps them warm and makes them fearless." And hydrogen sulfide is also neurotoxic and damages the brain, which is resulting, at least sometimes, in irrational behavior, hallucinations, memory loss, violence, loss of ability to speak intelligibly, and more. You're most likely to be zombified yourself in the wee hours and when in, near or downwind of low-lying areas like bodies of water, valleys, gorges, canyons, ravines, ditches, basements, tunnels, etc.

2014-05-04 - Home damaged by exterior explosion and fire in Fort Wayne (Indiana), nobody home:

Quote: "The Fort Wayne Fire Department continues investigating a northeast Fort Wayne home explosion. Saturday evening, crews were called to 6206 Goodfellow Drive and found a fire contained to the exterior of the home.  At the time there was no one home, and they found no interior damage."

Note: Probably some hydrogen sulfide mixed with methane finding some electrified copper (light switch, doorbell, whatever) or rusty iron/steel outside that house and igniting, causing this small-ish explosion and fire...

2014-05-04 - Residence destroyed by explosion near quarry near Mangalore (India), 2 killed, 3 injured:

2014-05-04 - Mysterious explosion reported at clothing store, fire sprinklers activate, in coastal Charleston (South Carolina):

2014-05-04 - Wax plant damaged by explosion and fire in Farmers Valley (Pennsylvania), near Port Allegany:

Quote: "'It looked like a miniature Hiroshima,' an eyewitness said, describing the cloud that may have been caused by the explosion and fire."

2014-05-04 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits Bath (Britain), near the River Avon, some homes go dark:

2014-05-04 - Pallet company erupts in flame in Park City (Kansas), near Wichita, fire spreads to tractor storage facility:

Quote: "The fire at the Evergreen Pallet, wood recycling center, created a large amount of thick black smoke causing reduced visibility. The business is located near the intersection of Broadway and 61st St. North. Wegner says the fire moved from Evergreen Pallet to a tractor storage facility."

Note: And the day prior, a pallet warehouse ignited and the fire spread, destroying a rescue shelter next door and causing $2 million in damage in North Hollywood (California), near the coast, mentioned in the 2014-05-03 update. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel, like the staples and nails and screws used to hold pallets together. A little hydrogen sulfide blows by, a spark pops and sizzles on the pallet wood, and you have a fire. Pallets are also often stored outdoors, where the steel is more likely to rust and where the pallets are fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide that blows by in the atmosphere...

2014-05-04 - Police disaster recovery facility destroyed by huge fire in Pune (India):

Note: Irony alert!

2014-05-04 - Recycling business erupts in flame in Austin (Texas):

2014-05-04 - Recycling center hit by huge blaze in coastal Saltend, Hull (Britain), 2000 homes go dark:

2014-05-04 - Natural gas facility damaged by fire in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

2014-05-04 - Linoleum factory ravaged by massive blaze in coastal Samut Sakhon Province (Thailand):

2014-05-04 - Oil tanker ship explodes and burns on the Dong Nai River (Vietnam), 2 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Meanwhile, residents living nearby said they heard a big explosion coming from the oil tanker before the fire."

Quote: "Witnesses said after a big explosion, the ship carrying about 1,000 cubic metre near An Hao wharf in Bien Hoa city, southern Dong Nai province, burst into flame."

2014-05-04 - Boat 'Screaming Eagle' bursts into flame at Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri):

2014-05-04 - Boat bursts into flame while docked at yacht club in Peekskill (New York):

2014-05-04 - In separate events, eleven parked vehicles ignite in the wee hours in the Henbury and Southmead areas (Britain):

Note: The invisible, undetectable 'arsonists' are kicking Britain's ass! The authorities could just SAY it was this person or that person and arrest someone, to placate the people. But then if these fires are caused by hydrogen sulfide - and many or all of them probably are - then the fires would just continue anyway, and then people would start looking even more closely at what's going on. So their hands are kinda tied here. Not much they can do except watch vehicles go up in flames and yell 'arson' and hope people believe them and don't fire them for being too incompetent to catch these fabled arsonists...

2014-05-04 - School bus bursts into flame while parked at facility in Batavia (Illinois):

2014-05-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-90 near Erie (Pennsylvania), near Lake Erie:

2014-05-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on highway in Guizhou Province (China):

2014-05-04 - Heavy truck bursts into flame at 6:57 AM while parked at home in Banting in coastal Kuala Langat (Malaysia):

2014-05-04 - RV bursts into flame near Harbor Street and Visalia Court in Stockton (California):

2014-05-04 - Van bursts into flame on the A303 between Cartgate and South Petherton (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Police car bursts into flame on Highway 101 in coastal Redwood City (California), officer and suspect escape:

Quote: "At least one officer and a handcuffed suspect who had been inside the patrol car were able to safely escape and no injuries were reported. Witnesses reportedly saw the suspect still in handcuffs standing outside of the vehicle a short time after the fire broke out, according to the CHP."

2014-05-04 - Three cars go up in flames on Croft Road in Hastings (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Car bursts into flame on the A27 in Chichester (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Car bursts into flame on Sheet Road in Caynham (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Gallows Lane in Fincham (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Quad bike bursts into flame at 11:09 PM at Chard Barton, Honicknowle in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Catering trailer bursts into flame on the A6 in Darley Dale, Derbyshire (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Two cars and converted garage destroyed by fire at 5:27 AM in coastal Vallejo (California), 9 people homeless:

2014-05-04 - Vacant RV trailer, vacant building and hedge go up in flames on Trent Port Road in Marton (Britain):

Note: This road is right next to the River Trent...

2014-05-04 - Auto shop destroyed by fire at 2:20 AM on Westville-Lake Road in Knox Township (Ohio):"

2014-05-04 - Two auto businesses destroyed by fire in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "Mure said both businesses, Sabrina Tire and Auto Center and All State Tire Shop, were lost in the fire."

2014-05-04 - Car dealership heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours in Augusta (Maine):

2014-05-04 - Car wash, tire warehouse and six other businesses destroyed by massive blaze in coastal Sharjah (UAE):

2014-05-04 - Barn destroyed by fire in LaGrange County (Indiana):

2014-05-04 - Barn destroyed by fire in Marine (Illinois):

2014-05-04 - Barn heavily damaged by fire at 6 AM in Pierre (South Dakota), hundreds of pigs killed:

Note: Pierre is located on the northeast (downwind) banks of the Missouri River...

2014-05-04 - Barn damaged by fire in Oak Township (Minnesota), firefighter injured:

2014-05-04 - Wildfire season roars ahead in Southern California:

Quote: "Cal Fire has responded to 1,108 fires that covered 2,541 acres this year, twice the average both for incidents (500) and acreage (1,325), agency spokeswoman Suzie Blankenship said."

2014-05-04 - Wildfire breaks out, grows to 1500 acres, in Fort Hood (Texas):

2014-05-04 - Brush fire ignites, threatens homes, in coastal Pacific Palisades (California):

2014-05-04 - Brush fire erupts in the Kensington area of coastal San Diego (California), homes evacuated:

2014-05-04 - Brush fire breaks out in canyon in Carmel Valley area of coastal San Diego (California):

2014-05-04 - Brush fire grows out of control from controlled burn near Guthrie (Oklahoma), 30 structures destroyed, 1 killed:

2014-05-04 - Dumpster bursts into flame at 4:15 AM inside unoccupied factory in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2014-05-04 - T-shirt business business and flooring business destroyed by massive blaze in Memphis (Tennessee), 3 firefighters injured:

Quote: "The fire was so intense and so large, people from all over gathered on Highland to watch a building turn to ash and dust."

2014-05-04 - Food company damaged by fire in Louisville (Kentucky):

Note: Map in first link shows that this place is one block east (downwind) of the Ohio River...

2014-05-04 - Five-story karaoke bar destroyed by deadly fire and explosions in Hanoi (Vietnam), near the Red River, 5 killed:

2014-05-04 - Porch bursts into flame at home in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2014-05-04 - Porch bursts into flame at 3:30 AM at apartments in Guilderland (New York), six units damaged, cat killed:

2014-05-04 - Balcony bursts into flame at condo complex, fire spreads, in Brockton (Massachusetts):

2014-05-04 - Large home destroyed by massive blaze shortly after 4 AM in coastal St. Augustine (Florida):

2014-05-04 - Deadly blaze rips through home just before 3:30 AM in coastal Baltimore (Maryland), 1 killed:

2014-05-04 - Vacant mobile home burns at 2:30 AM in Galesburg (Illinois):

Quote: "This is at least the fourth fire to a vacant structure in Galesburg in recent weeks."

2014-05-04 - Vacant home burns in the wee hours in Tucson (Arizona):

2014-05-04 - In separate incidents, two vacant homes burn in Longview (Texas), within a few blocks of each other:

2014-05-04 - Vacant house destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM in Brodheadsville (Pennsylvania):

2014-05-04 - Millions of bees mysteriously die in Z├Ąziswil (Switzerland):

Quote: "Millions of dead bees, entire populations wiped out in a single day. It is an abnormal memory, very unusual and unprecedented, as described by beekeepers of the town of Z├Ąziswil in the Bernese Oberland."

2014-05-04 - Many thousands of fish found dead in river in Fujian (China):

2014-05-04 - Huge crocodile found dead at Kranji Reservoir in coastal Singapore:

2014-05-04 - College student, 20, man, drops dead at off-campus housing in Geneseo (New York):

2014-05-04 - College student, 20, woman, found dead just after 7 AM at beach in coastal Isla Vista (California):

2014-05-04 - Person found dead at coastal Stinson Beach (California):

Note: Gettin' kinda corpsey at beaches in California, which isn't a big surprise...

2014-05-04 - Man found dead on riverbank in coastal Marlborough (New Zealand):

2014-05-04 - Man, 46, found dead at Hythe Beach in Kent (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Man found dead in Lake Como in St. Paul (Minnesota):

2014-05-04 - Woman, 68, plows car into retention pond and dies, in Celebration (Florida):

2014-05-04 - Man, 42, found dead in Shawano Lake in the Town of Wescott (Wisconsin):

2014-05-04 - Man, 24, goes out on kayak, next seen dead after empty 'ghost boat' kayak found, in Lake Charles (Louisiana):

Quote: "Officials say they received a report of a missing boater and began searching the area after they found an empty kayak on shore. The kayak was found near I-10 beach and appeared to be intact."

2014-05-04 - Diver loses consciousness and dies while searching for corpses in capsized South Korean ferry:

2014-05-04 - Man, 48, found dead at 6:20 AM near canal in Sowerby Bridge (Britain):

Quote: "The body of a 48-year-old man was found close to the canal in Sowerby Bridge on Sunday."

Note: So not IN the canal but just NEAR the canal. Welp, that's all it takes these days...

2014-05-04 - Two boys go swimming in pond, one disappears, found dead, in Hollywood (South Carolina), near the coast:

Note: They should rename it 'Thunderdome Pond'...

2014-05-04 - Crewman stops breathing and dies at 1 AM on lobster boat near the Shinnecock Inlet (New York):

Quote: "At 1:00 a.m., while en route to Shinnecock Inlet in 4’ seas, the Lady Clare reported the ailing crewmen had ceased breathing and did not have a pulse."

2014-05-04 - Man, 36, drops dead in home in Loving County (Texas):

Quote: "This is the third death in the county after two people were killed in an explosion earlier in the week."

Note: Youngish people dropping dead and explosions killing people - just shocking, I tells ya! Well, not really...

2014-05-04 - Man, 45, collapses and dies on subway train in coastal Bronx (New York):

Note: Say, the government sent some heavier-than-air gas into the NYC subway system last year (and the same was done in London too), to see where a heavier-than-air gas would go once in the subway. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, and it makes people collapse and die. Coincidence? I doubt that. That doesn't mean that everyone who uses the subway will collapse and die. It just means that SOME people who use the subway will collapse and die, and that number is likely to rise as time goes on and the problem worsens...

2014-05-04 - Woman, 25, drops dead at 1:30 AM at home on Lister Avenue in East Grinstead (Britain):

2014-05-04 - Charred corpse found in burning pickup truck in South Bexar County (Texas):

2014-05-04 - Man found dead in vehicle at library in Riverview (Canada):

2014-05-04 - Man found dead in semi in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2014-05-04 - Woman, 30, drops dead at home in Albany (Georgia):

2014-05-04 - Woman, 75, found dead in Swatara Creek in East Hanover Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-05-04 - Passenger plane experiences severe turbulence as it departs Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 6 injured:

2014-05-04 - Small plane crashes at air show at Travis Air Force Base (California), near the coast, 1 killed, show cancelled:

2014-05-04 - Small plane crashes near Stanley, Nova Scotia (Canada), near the coast, 1 killed:

2014-05-04 - Small plane crashes in field in Advance (North Carolina), near the Yadkin River, 1 injured:

2014-05-04 - Small plane takes off then crashes into tree near Meadow Lakes Drive in Wasilla (Alaska):

2014-05-04 - US Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter crashes near Orogrande (New Mexico):

2014-05-04 - Search helicopter crashes near Lizard Head Pass in San Miguel County (Colorado), engine failure:

2014-05-04 - Cruise ship engine fails, ship gets stuck in the Hudson River in coastal New York City (New York), fights erupt:

Quote: "A Norwegian cruise ship got stuck in the Hudson River after one of its thrusters malfunctioned, leaving passengers stranded for hours as fights broke out among the frustrated crowds."

Note: This ship's engine failed in the Hudson River not far from where the boat burst into flame while docked in Peerskill (New York), also on the Hudson River, mentioned in the fires section...

2014-05-04 - Passenger train derails in Maharshtra (India), at least 19 killed, 100 injured:

2014-05-04 - Passenger bus overturns in Rajasthan (India), 3 killed, 35 injured:

2014-05-04 - Passenger bus plunges off cliff near coastal Roseaux (Haiti), 23 killed, 17 injured:

2014-05-04 - Unoccupied box truck loses brakes, rolls away, crashes into cars, shears power pole, in coastal San Diego (California):

2014-05-04 - Van veers across 3 lanes, crashes through guardrail, in Broadway, Nova Scotia (Canada), near the coast, 1 killed:

Note: Driver may have been unconscious, having a 'medical event' or already dead...

2014-05-04 - Van hits median, bursts into flame, in Birmingham (Alabama):

2014-05-04 - SUV veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, in Whiteford Township (Michigan), 1 critically injured:

2014-05-04 - Pickup truck veers over centerline at 6:22 AM, hits car head-on, near Grand Bend (Canada), 2 killed:

Note: Grand Bend is located on the shore of Lake Huron...

2014-05-04 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 2 injured:

2014-05-04 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Henrietta (New York), 2 injured:

2014-05-04 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Plumcreek Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2014-05-04 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Youngstown (Ohio):

2014-05-04 - Car plunges off cliff on Tamborine Mountain Road on the Gold Coast (Australia), driver unhurt:

2014-05-04 - Pit bull snarls, gets aggressive, charges woman, kids, cop, gets shot dead, in Round Rock (Texas):

2014-05-04 - Dog attacks and injures 12-year-old boy in park in Sioux Falls (South Dakota):

2014-05-04 - Sinkhole opens on road, traps car, in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

2014-05-04 - Man, 59, sickens on cruise ship off Palm Beach (Florida), medevac'd off:

2014-05-04 - Temperature hits 100 degrees Fahrenheit in Sedgwick (Kansas), power outages ensue:

Quote: "Usually we see these system conditions later in July and August when the temperatures are expected..."


  1. I noticed a change in seasons in 2011, that was the year we had "No Snow" here in Mass. I also had no acorns in the yard the fall of 11. Usually I fill at least 2 wheel barrels of acorns. Anyway I've been following this site bout 2 years now. I see the obvious though I'm alone with people in my life of the subject, they think I'm Crazy. So I don't mention things at work cause I know they say he's Nuts. Thier blaming the welders for the Boston incident. The welding company says they were not working in they area their accused of. They say sparks were carried by wind. Also just a CNN story of the Big fire on the highway connecting CA & NV, " Construction site fire, shutting down the only way in and out. They are blaming the "OL Torch sparks carried by winds.


    1. Yeah, welders are the easy target to blame, but if you really look, there are just way too many such incidents the last couple of years. The big Federation Tower caught fire in Russia, welding sparks. The new 9/11 tower in NYC caught fire a few times, at least once blamed on welders. The bridge in CA. Many many other such incidents. Used to be, we could build stuff, including stuff requiring welding, without huge fires destroying things. Clearly something has changed. Kinda sucks for the welders! That's basically blaming the victims. India tries to blame the victims a lot too, with the people dying, by going out of their way to portray the dead in the most unfavorable light possible, so you don't CARE that that person dropped dead. Blaming the victims is...mmm...not morally ideal.

      People are programmed to think that anyone that says that something isn't normal is crazy. Well, sometimes things really AREN'T normal, and then it's actually those who cling to the belief that things ARE normal that are the crazy ones. But I know, you can't tell people that, and somehow, despite everything happening, the majority still think things are 'normal'. It's a shame that reality cannot actually be controlled by the majority's beliefs. Reality just isn't democratically adjustable that way. Some people, maybe most people, will have to discover that the hard way, which is all too often the lethal way.

  2. Talking with the mail lady at the PO on Friday past. Told her about your site as her daughter is a Respiratory Therapist who helped transport 'elderly couple found not breathing in their home' a little while ago-they thought it was Carbon Monoxide poisoning as they were 'in their basement passed out' but it wasn't that. Told her to 'pass it on to her daughter that it might have been Hydrogen Sulfide'. Then mail lady told me 'on her route she routinely passed a low area that stunk of the rotten eggs smell to such a degree that she changed her driving routine'.

    So people do notice these things, bit by bit, many are, of course, noticing the fires... AHEM... but without a cause they know about are just confused... like the winter of no snow an hour out from Yellowstone in that same year mentioned by your other anon... Everyone, of course, noticed THAT but don't know what to make of it. A friend of mine predicted that 'no snow' event due to the 'snapping of the Gulf Stream' belt due to the BP Gulf of Mexico disaster but nobody wants to go there either and fuggedaboutit with Fukushima disaster.

    I've been trying to find the site I read about ten years ago by a 'prophet' of a break away sect of the Mormons-think he was in Utah who predicted that "America will go up in flames due to Methane deposits right under the topsoil"... Destroyed by fire. Around the time almost all of the corporations had moved their physical properties not just out of the country but off of this CONTINENT.

    Keep up your good works Jonny! Seems like every time I go to one of your links there are many more local stories that could go under one of your headings along with your linked report. *sigh*

    1. I'm very glad that mail lady changed her route! Walk through low-lying areas smelling of rotten eggs often enough and you won't be around very long.

      I'm glad you noticed that about the links in the stories that *I* link - I notice it too, but I can only cover so much ground in a day as one person. These things sometimes occur as 'clusters' of events in areas, so when you see a mammoth mysterious fire, sometimes the news also shows horrifying crashes in that same area, and mysterious deaths, and vice versa.

      That Mormon breakaway prophet guy sounds pretty smart right about now! I think that's what all the fracking is about - dig that crap out and burn it productively, before it A) gets turned into hydrogen sulfide and B) comes out on its own, and both A) and B) result in a lot of fires and explosions and mysterious deaths. I'm not normally pro-fracking. In fact, I'd like to get off fossil fuels. But if the choice is burn them up or die...well, if you put it THAT way, okay, I guess that isn't really much of a choice there.

  3. Me again, just thought of this young woman whom I had met on her last day at work who was moving to 'Pittsburgh, PA area". Thought about enlightening her with your works and Tom's input from that area-hey where's Tom been lately anyway? but thought better of it. Can only cause so many folks to clutch their throats a week, in horror, you know.

    1. Yeah, where IS Tom? Hope he's okay!

      I don't know if you've noticed, but there is an actual forum now, linked at the top. Hah, I'm the only user so far. I'm not a data collector or anything, not trying to harvest emails and sell product or anything like that. In fact, it's set not to verify email or anything, so I think all you need to do is pick a handle/name to use, which can be anything, and a password. Now that I've accumulated some data over there with the daily updates, the search function there is getting more useful too, as an addition to the search functions here. Anyway, it's definitely better than this Blogger comment system, in many ways. If you don't like the ads (I find them humorous from time to time myself), then AdBlock Plus eradicates them. (But don't tell them I said that! Heh.)

  4. Hey everyone - thanks for asking! i'm still here, but busy marking final exam papers. i'll be back shortly.