Friday, August 29, 2014

Event Update For 2014-08-28

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: Multiple Corpses

2014-08-28 - Two sewer workers, men, 46 and 19, gassed to death in Georgetown (Idaho):

Quote: "Two Blackfoot men were overcome by toxic fumes and died while working on the sewer system in this Bear Lake County town."

Note: Two workers were just gassed to death similarly in Scottsdale (Arizona), mentioned in the 2014-08-25 update. Methane and hydrogen sulfide are the two 'sewer gases'. Methane is not particularly deadly but hydrogen sulfide is VERY lethal, as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use to execute people in gas chambers.

The problem is this: there is hydrogen sulfide blowing around in the atmosphere. It is a heavier-than-air gas so even when a non-lethal cloud blows through, it will settle and flow to the lowest-lying area that it can find, just like water does. In cities, that will be the sewer system. Once in the sewer system it will accumulate and concentrate and even if the clouds of gas blowing by in the atmosphere are non-lethal, what accumulates in the sewers (and other low-lying areas) may very well be. As a consequence, more sewer workers are getting gassed to death, because the danger is now radically higher than it ever was in the past.

Anyone that enters ANY underground facility now for ANY reason and who doesn't wear a full-body HazMat suit is seriously putting their life at risk. If any gas gets in your home, it will tend to accumulate in the basement, if you have one, else the first floor. That's also where electrical panels and water heaters are frequently located, so even if you're not knocked dead instantly or poisoned slowly over time, your house could ignite or explode since hydrogen sulfide is extremely flammable and highly reactive...

2014-08-28 - Home explodes and burns at 11 PM in Arlington (Texas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-08-28 - Home damaged by explosion and fire at 10:30 PM in Guilford Township (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2014-08-28 - Apartment building damaged by explosion in Vienna (Austria):

2014-08-28 - Pallet warehouse destroyed by fire at 3 AM on Lake Avenue in Blasdell (New York):

Quote: "Some 70 firefighters responded to the scene of an overnight blaze that destroyed a warehouse on Lake Avenue in Blasdell. Fire officials said the fire began around 3 a.m. and firefighters from 13 local departments responded to the scene. The warehouse was fully engulfed in flames. It is on an industrial site on Lake Avenue with other warehouses and the flames did not spread to other buildings. Blasdell Assistant Fire Chief Lenny Fusco said the blaze, in a warehouse used to store pallets..."

Note: Lake Avenue, wee hours, pallets...

2014-08-28 - Chemical landfill erupts in flame near Robstown (Texas):

2014-08-28 - Pipeline explodes and burns at 5:48 AM, fire spreads to homes, in Subang (Malaysia), 3 killed, nice pic:

Quote: "The explosion of the pipeline, installed along Java’s northern coastal highway and located in Kampung Batang, Madalawangi village, Sukasari district, Subang, occurred on 5:48 a.m. local time on Thursday."

Note: Su-BANG!

2014-08-28 - Electrical plant damaged by explosion in the wee hours near Harare (Zimbabwe), 3 injured:

2014-08-28 - Yacht-building business damaged by fire in coastal Gulfport (Mississippi), home burns separately, nobody there:

2014-08-28 - Smoke in cockpit sends passenger plane to emergency landing at Gatwick Airport near Crawley (Britain):

Quote: "An easyJet passenger plane was this morning forced to make an emergency landing at Gatwick Airport after smoke was detected in the cockpit."

2014-08-28 - Cargo ship 'Century' bursts into flame while docked in coastal Werkendam (Netherlands):

Quote: "In the midday hours of Aug 28, 2014, the fire rescue was alerted after a fire in the engine room of the 'Century' on the slipway at the shipyard Jooren in Werkendam. The fire rescue attended with two engines, and the fire which had caused development of dense smoke at the Sleeuwikse Dike, was reported out at 3.30 p.m."

2014-08-28 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street near the University of Northen Iowa in Cedar Falls (Iowa):

2014-08-28 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street in Central Jakarta (Indonesia):

2014-08-28 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in Macroom (Ireland), near the River Shillane:

Quote: "The driver of a bus that caught fire in Macroom has been praised for his bravery and quick thinking after he drove the burning vehicle away from the town centre - averting a potential disaster."

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 30 in Manheim Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The trailer, loaded with bottled water, was not damaged."

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame shortly before 5:30 AM on I-35 in Fort Worth (Texas):

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near gas station in Fairmont (West Virginia):

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-90 in Hoffman Estates (Illinois):

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5 AM on I-5 near Ashland (Oregon):

Note: Also see the parked van and SUV that were destroyed by fire at a home in Ashland...

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on road near Kangaroo Flat (Australia):

2014-08-28 - Tractor bursts into flame at layby between Stretton and Greetham (Britain):

2014-08-28 - RV bursts into flame on I-15 near Great Falls (Montana):

2014-08-28 - RV bursts into flame while parked near shed in Blocksburg (California):

2014-08-28 - Van and SUV burst into flame while parked at home in Ashland (Oregon), family flees:

2014-08-28 - Van bursts into flame on the A30 between Cloverleaf and Turks Head, near Honiton (Britain):

2014-08-28 - SUV bursts into flame on I-495 in Raynham (Massachusetts):

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame while parked in driveway at home in Westminster (Maryland):,0,3427185.story

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame in Sonic drive-thru, fire spreads to building, in coastal Middletown (New Jersey):

Quote: "A Sonic fast food drive-through ramp turned into an inferno Thursday when a vehicle ignited near the order window..."

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame on I-65 in Brentwood (Tennessee):

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame, ignites grass fire, on Highway 129 near Salinas (California):

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame on Center Avenue in Los Banos (California):

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM on Hanson Road in White Plains (Maryland):

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Valletta on the island of Malta:

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame on street in Ayutthaya (Thailand), near the Chao Phraya River:

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame at 6:53 AM on Park Road in Crowborough (Britain):

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame on Blackall Road in Exeter (Britain):

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame on the M11 near Bishop's Stortford (Britain), 2 injured:

2014-08-28 - Car bursts into flame near store in Sutton Wickes (Britain):

2014-08-28 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Harford County (Maryland):

2014-08-28 - Hay trailer bursts into flame while being towed on road in West Gardiner (Maine):

2014-08-28 - Car and auto upholstery business destroyed by fire, home damaged, in Hot Springs (Arkansas):

Quote: "The building suffered extensive smoke and fire damage. I was told by one of the bystanders that an old 1957 era Chevy Automobile had just been restored and was believed to have been in this fire. I later discovered the car was inside and had been completely destroyed."

Note: That car probably spontaneously ignited and started this fire...

2014-08-28 - Four-wheelers and home destroyed by grass fire near Golden (Texas):

2014-08-28 - Four-wheelers, riding mower and barn destroyed by fire at 1:40 AM in Pocatello (Idaho):

2014-08-28 - Small tractors and barn destroyed by fire at 3 AM in Berrien County (Michigan):

Quote: "The structure housed small tractors, car parts and some potentially hazardous chemicals."

2014-08-28 - Barn destroyed by fire at 5 AM near Nichols in Horry County (South Carolina):

2014-08-28 - Barn and hay destroyed by fire in Buena Vista County near Alta (Iowa):

2014-08-28 - Tons of hay burst into flame on Castle Mill Lane in Ashley (Britain):

2014-08-28 - Mixed-use building goes up in flames just before midnight in Englewood (Illinois):

2014-08-28 - County courthouse damaged by fire in Gary (Indiana):

2014-08-28 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Bayonne (New Jersey):

2014-08-28 - Deck bursts into flame at home in coastal Eureka (California):

2014-08-28 - Home damaged by fire in coastal San Jose (California):

2014-08-28 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Riverside Avenue in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2014-08-28 - Two adjacent homes damaged by fire in West Melbourne (Florida), near the coast:

2014-08-28 - Deadly fire rips through apartment building in Encino (California), near the coast, at least 2 killed:

2014-08-28 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal Hollywood (Florida):,0,4441553.story

2014-08-28 - Vacant home burns in Buffalo (New York):

2014-08-28 - Vacant home burns in Jamestown (New York), second this month:

2014-08-28 - Vacant home burns in Toledo (Ohio):

2014-08-28 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 2:40 AM in San Tan Valley (Arizona):

2014-08-28 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 12:41 AM in Huntington (West Virginia):

2014-08-28 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM in Camden (New Jersey):

2014-08-28 - In separate events, in two days, two vacant homes destroyed, at 1 AM and 4 AM, in Youngstown (Ohio):

Quote: "Crews were called about 4 a.m. Wednesday to a house on Chalmers Avenue near Market Street. Flames were shooting from the roof of the house when crews arrived, and the structure was left to burn down. No one was hurt. A day earlier, crews went to a house in the 100 block of Cohasset Drive near Hillman Street around 1 a.m. When they arrived, the house was already engulfed in flames."

2014-08-28 - Two fish kills in a month hit the Salt Fork River near Ponca City (Oklahoma):

2014-08-28 - Hundreds of fish washing ashore dead in coastal Mullion Harbour on the Lizard Peninsula (Britain):

2014-08-28 - Person burns to death along road in Morgan Hill (California):

Quote: "Investigators don’t know at this time if the person was dead before the body was set on fire. They say it seems whoever did this was trying to conceal the body in the woods, though deputies say Oak Glen Avenue is a well-traveled road used by many commuters to [coastal] San Jose. The area is also a popular fishing spot but because of the drought it hasn't been as busy with recreational fishermen this year."

Note: What makes them think this person was SET on fire? They're assuming homicide, being apparently ignorant of all the OTHER people that have burst into flame and died in recent times. A person on fire, near a busy street where a criminal wouldn't dump it, near a fishing hole...might just have been a person who got hit by a cloud of methane and/or hydrogen sulfide which then ignited the person. The street mentioned here, Oak Glen Avenue, runs right along the shore of Chesbro Reservoir...

2014-08-28 - College student, woman, 20, found dead in sorority house in Bloomington (Indiana):

Note: Whew, college students are dropping like flies now...

2014-08-28 - Man goes for walk, drops dead before 5 AM on golf course, in Sun City (Arizona):

2014-08-28 - Woman, 30, found dead in the Cuyahoga River in Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Brecksville (Ohio):

2014-08-28 - Man, 57, found dead in the Ohio River in Coraopolis (Pennsylvania):

2014-08-28 - Man, 31, falls off boat, never resurfaces, next seen dead in body of water in Saluda County (South Carolina):

2014-08-28 - Man found dead at 5 AM along Heights Boulevard in Houston (Texas):

2014-08-28 - Man in his 40s found dead in home in Richmond (Virginia):

2014-08-28 - Man, 60, goes out on boat, next seen dead in the Ottawa River near Petawawa (Canada):

2014-08-28 - Woman, 64, found dead in irrigation canal in coastal Penang (Malaysia):

2014-08-28 - Police trainee, man, 30, dies in swimming pool in Hyderabad (India):

2014-08-28 - Small plane crashes near airport in DeLeon Springs (Florida), engine failure, 1 lightly injured:

2014-08-28 - Small plane crashes in Granville County (North Carolina):

2014-08-28 - Tour bus overturns on the Coquihalla Highway near Merritt (Canada), near the Nicola River, dozens injured:

2014-08-28 - Tanker truck overturns into ditch at 4 AM in Periyapalayam (India):

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on road in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

2014-08-28 - Tractor trailer crashes into median at 5:30 AM on the Pennyrile Parkway in Hopkins County (Kentucky), 50 cows killed:

2014-08-28 - Cement truck overturns and hits I-5 bridge pillar in coastal Bellingham (Washington):

2014-08-28 - Truck veers off road, plunges down ravine into creek, in Darjeeling (India), 2 killed:

2014-08-28 - Van and vehicle crash on the Isle of Man, 6 injured:

2014-08-28 - SUV and van collide, SUV bursts into flame, on I-95 in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2014-08-28 - SUV veers across median, hits car head-on, on I-495 in Attleboro (Massachusetts), at least 3 injured:

2014-08-28 - SUV plows into hair salon in coastal Seattle (Washington), 7 injured:

2014-08-28 - Pickup truck slams into semi in Lea County (New Mexico), 1 killed:

2014-08-28 - Car slams into car, lands on top of it, bursts into flame, in Council Bluffs (Iowa), 3 injured:

2014-08-28 - Motorcycle crashes on the Isle of Man, 1 killed:

2014-08-28 - Man, 22, strips naked, gets on bike, crashes into car, runs around and yells in traffic, attacks cop, gets tasered, in Brisbane (Australia):

2014-08-28 - Dog attacks and injures two children at school in Amherst (Massachusetts):

2014-08-28 - Swarm of bees attacks three illegal immigrants near Douglas (Arizona):

Note: Well, they wanted to bee here!

2014-08-28 - Sinkhole opens near Olive Garden in Dubuque (Iowa):

2014-08-28 - Bridge under construction collapses over the River Mahanadi near Banki (India), 11 injured:

2014-08-28 - Volcano Tavurvur unleashes huge belch of ash in coastal Papua New Guinea:

Quote: "A major volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea this morning could disrupt flights to and from Australia. The Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre in Darwin is monitoring the ash cloud from Tavurcur on PNG’s East Britain Island, which is slowly drifting southwest."

Quote: "Cyndee Feals, also from the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre in Darwin, said the ash cloud was drifting southeast and had the potential to disrupt air travel. 'The ash was initially blowing to the southwest but has now turned to the southeast and we expect it to clip the edge of Australian airspace later today, but we don’t expect ash over Australia,' she said. Planes may be forced to take alternate routes with the ash forecast to move towards the Solomon Islands and then Vanuatu, she added."

Note: Volcanoes are a bunch of ash holes...

2014-08-28 - Magnitude 5.6 earthquake strikes off the coast of Greece:

2014-08-28 - Man, 30, sickens on tug boat, chest pains and numbness, near coastal Wilmington (North Carolina), medevac'd off:

2014-08-28 - Mystery illness sickens more than 200 girls in El Carmen de Bolivar (Colombia):

Quote: "Authorities say they still don't know what caused more than 200 girls in El Carmen de Bolivar to come down with symptoms ranging from fainting to numbness in the hands and headaches."

2014-08-28 - Nellis Air Force Base (Nevada) looking to acquire some explosion-proof AC/heater units:

Note: Say, I wouldn't mind one of those myself!


  1. Holy cow. That tractor trailer fire in Manheim Twp is about 45 min. from me.

    Not that they can do anything about any of this, but the authorities are going to have to face facts eventually. With the number of home explosions, people dropping dead, vehicle fires and buildings collapsing and/or burning down, especially the multiple incidents in the same areas within hours of each other, multiple vehicles going up in flames at the same place, and all the bizarre accidents and zombie reports, they're going to have to add the JJFH to their circumstantial evidence book.

    Saw this:

    Scientists Drastically Underestimated Amount of Fukushima Radiation Worldwide

    Fukushima Radiation Has Spread Worldwide

    We noted 2 days after the Japanese earthquake that radiation from Fukushima could end up on the West Coast of North America. And see this.

    We started tracking the radioactive cesium released by Fukushima within weeks of the accident.

    In fact, U.S. nuclear authorities were extremely worried about the West Coast getting hit by Fukushima radiation … but publicly said it was safe.

    We reported that Fukushima radiation spread worldwide.

    And we’ve documented for years that the failure to test the potentially high levels of radiation hitting North America is a scandal.

    Sadly, we were right to be worried …

    The Journal Environmental Science & Technology – published by the American Chemical Society – reported last year that airborne levels of radioactive cesium were raised by 100 to 1,000 times (what scientists describe as two to three “orders of magnitude“):

    Before the FDNPP accident, average 137Cs levels were typically of 1 μBq m−3 in Central Europe and lower average values (<0.3 μBq m−3) were characteristic of northern, western and southern Europe.


    During the passage of contaminated air masses from Fukushima, airborne 137Cs levels were globally enhanced by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude.

    Indeed, even hot particles and nuclear core fragments from Fukushima were found to have traveled all the way to Europe. [there's more]


    Radioactive cesium bioaccumulates in large fish and animals.

    The radioactive half life of cesium 137 is usually 30 years. But scientists at the Savannah River National Laboratory say that the cesium at Chernobyl will persist in the environment between 5 and 10 times longer – between 180 and 320 years.

    And the Fukushima accident has pumped out some entirely new forms of radioactive materials … in “glassy spheres“, buckyballs, ball-like spheres, and bound to organic matter. Scientists don’t really know how long these new forms will last …


  2. Giant ash holes to be exact.....lmao!