Sunday, May 26, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-25

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: Corpses In Low-Lying Areas
2013-05-25 - Two charred corpses found in burning vehicle in coastal Nassau in the Bahamas:
Quote: "Two (2) people were found burnt beyond recognition inside a vehicle off Carmichael Road on Saturday 25th May, 2013."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Vehicles of all kinds will continue to burn, as they have been, and the number of vehicular fires will continue to escalate, inevitably resulting in a corresponding increase in the number of people being incinerated in their vehicles." Also, there's another corpse in a burning vehicle listed in the Corpses section for this day...

2013-05-25 - Large blaze erupts at recycling facility in Darlington (Britain), 10 miles from the coast:

Quote: "More than 40 firefighters tackled a blaze involving 5,000 tonnes of rubbish at a Darlington recycling plant. Crews from County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue were called to Albert Hill Industrial Estate, at about 19:00 BST on Saturday. At the height of the blaze, water was pumped from the River Skerne and smoke could be seen for miles around."

2013-05-25 - Inferno tears through paper mill in Jegurupadu (India), fire spreads, four homes destroyed:

Quote: "The heat generated from the burning material spread up to half kilometre in the village."

Quote: "'We left our houses as huge flames started engulfing not only the factory, but also our houses which are adjacent to compound wall of the paper mill,' said Lakshmi, one of the residents, whose house was reduced to ashes in the accident."

2013-05-25 - 'Electrical fires' erupt in multiple buildings in Lahore (India), lotsa stuff destroyed:

Quote: "Fire erupted at several places in the city owing to short-circuiting on Saturday. According to reports, a shop situated at Mcload Road Fountain Chowk, three houses at Gulberg II, Samsani Khokker and Gaziabad Pakora Chowk respectively caught fire. In another report an auction house situated in the area of Multan Chungi also caught fire that affected nearby buildings."

2013-05-25 - Electrical fire takes out power to strip mall in Golden Gate (Florida), 5 miles from the Gulf Coast:

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. From the pics, looks like this fire began at some electrified copper at an electrical panel. Florida is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. There have been numerous mysterious deaths in this area as well...

2013-05-25 - Home explodes and burns in Carpentersville (Illinois), 1 injured:

Note: Carpentersville lies on the downwind (Eastern) banks of the Fox River, and is right next to the Fox River Shores Forest Preserve...

2013-05-25 - Vacant garage explodes and burns in Columbus (Ohio):

Quote: "Upon arrival, firefighters found evidence that there had been an explosion in the vacant garage. The doors were unhinged, and there were signs of sparks and embers."

2013-05-25 - Barn explodes and burns in Newburgh (Maine), 30 pigs killed:

Quote: "The homeowner tells us he was in his kitchen when he heard the explosion in his barn that housed the pigs. He was able to save some of the animals, but at least thirty died in the blaze. He assumes heat lamps that help warm the piglets might have something to do with the explosion. This was the second fire on his property over the past year."

Note: The heat lamp probably did have something to do with it. Heat will ignite any accumulated hydrogen sulfide and/or methane. The copper wiring could do the same if hydrogen sulfide was involved. Over time, places like this will absorb one or both gases into absorbent materials like hay, straw, wood, etc. Then a spark or some heat may cause an explosion or fire or both, as in this case. And it sounds like this place may be topographically vulnerable, in a valley or near a stream or pond or something, so it's highly likely that there will be more fires here...

2013-05-25 - Raging inferno destroys 100 shops in Duhok (Iraq), near Lake Duhok:

Quote: "A massive fire erupted in one of Duhok's bazar (market) that resulted in burning more than 100 commercial shops."

2013-05-25 - Tour bus bursts into flame at midnight in Gadsden (Alabama):

2013-05-25 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Cincinnati (Ohio):

Quote: "The driver was having difficulty breathing, and might go to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for treatment."

2013-05-25 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near Grey Summit (Missouri):

2013-05-25 - Two flatbed trucks burst into flame at roads department facility in coastal Grangemouth (Britain):

2013-05-25 - Tractor bursts into flame on Clancy Road in Mannington Township (New Jersey):

2013-05-25 - Tractor bursts into flame while parked inside shed at Merton Farm near Canterbury (Britain):

2013-05-25 - Tractor bursts into flame at Bryier Hurst Farm, The Hollow, Mount Pleasant in Mow Cop (Britain):

2013-05-25 - RV bursts into flame on road near Spruce Siding, Manitoba (Canada), RV and tow vehicle both destroyed:

2013-05-25 - RV bursts into flame on Old Route 56 in Young Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-25 - RV bursts into flame at RV park in Chewelah (Washington):

2013-05-25 - Car bursts into flame on the Brooklyn Bridge in coastal New York City (New York):

Note: There have been numerous vehicular fires on bridges. That's because bridges go over depressions and hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas that will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas, like whatever is below bridges, often bodies of water of some kind. One of the most horrifying recent examples was the limousine that burst into flame on the San Mateo Bridge in California that incinerated 5 women and burned others, as mentioned in the 2013-05-04 update...

2013-05-25 - Car found on fire in Madison (Wisconsin), near Lake Monona, driver, man, found seriously burned nearby:

Quote: "'The metal was glowing cherry red,' Wirth said. 'It was a really hot fire.'"

2013-05-25 - Car bursts into flame on Waterfront Terrace in Weehawken (New Jersey), near the Hudson River:

2013-05-25 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Tyrone (Pennsylvania), fire spreads, destroys mobile home too:

2013-05-25 - Car bursts into flame while parked at carpark on Bethnal Street in Brighouse (Britain):

2013-05-25 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in Topeka (Kansas), 1 injured:

Quote: "Police Lt. Chuck Haggard said the driver told authorities he was pumping gas into a Prius when he heard a pop and then noticed the car had caught fire."

Quote: "Firefighters had the blaze out within minutes, he said, which mostly was confined to the vehicle’s trunk where the hybrid’s battery happens to be. Gray cautioned the cause of the fire wasn’t immediately known and that he didn’t know if the battery had anything to do with it."

Note: A little hydrogen sulfide may have made contact with electrified copper wiring in the trunk and started this fire. And there's that 'popping sound' again, heard right before many fires this past year or so...

2013-05-25 - Car, car port, fence and playground burn in Sacramento (California):

2013-05-25 - SUV and garage destroyed at home in Cheektowaga (New York):

2013-05-25 - Barn destroyed by fire in coastal Craven County (North Carolina):

2013-05-25 - Barn, 10 tons of straw and farm trailers destroyed by fire near Basingstoke (Britain), near the River Loddon:

Quote: "More than 15 emergency crew were needed. When they arrived at the scene they found an open-sided barn containing straw bails and farm trailers well alight."

Note: Barns that are open-sided are basically fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide and/or methane blowing through in the atmosphere...

2013-05-25 - Barn damaged by fire in Smyrna (Tennessee):

2013-05-25 - Wood debris pile bursts into flame, fire spreads to 2 more piles, at wood company in Salt Lake City (Utah):

Quote: "Firefighters arrived at the business, which makes pellets out of discarded wood, to see that the wind had spread embers from the first fire and caught two more piles on fire."

Note: All absorbent flammable materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. That includes wood, cardboard, paper, mulch, generic trash, hay, straw, clothing, cotton, wool, etc.

2013-05-25 - Warehouse devastated by fire and explosion in Columbia (Georgia), 2 firefighters injured:

Quote: "The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports the injured firefighters were on a loading dock outside the burning warehouse late Friday when an explosion blew them backward."

2013-05-25 - Brush fire erupts near Moreno Valley in Riverside County (California):

2013-05-25 - Fire erupts in trash chute at around 4 AM at high-rise in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), building evacuated:

2013-05-25 - Apartment building hit by fire in Grand Junction (Colorado):

2013-05-25 - Expensive $1.5 million home damaged by fire at 4:30 AM in coastal San Jose (California):

2013-05-25 - Home damaged by fire in Citrus Park (Florida), 5 miles from the coast, 2 injured:

2013-05-25 - Vacant mobile home burns in Guilford County (North Carolina):

Quote: "Guilford County authorities were investigating several suspicious mobile home fires on Saturday."

2013-05-25 - Vacant home burns at 2 AM in Schenectady (New York):

Quote: "After putting out the Mumford Street fire, crews responded to a trash can fire at 1628 Chrysler Ave., next to a CVS Pharmacy. The blaze destroyed the container and also affected the store..."

2013-05-25 - Vacant house burns at 12:06 AM in Waco (Texas):

2013-05-25 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Victoria (Texas):

2013-05-25 - Vacant house burns in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2013-05-25 - Fish bubbling up dead in Lake Springfield in Springfield (Illinois):

2013-05-25 - Charred corpse found in burning van before 6 AM in coastal Vancouver (Canada):

2013-05-25 - Woman, 26, found dead in bathtub at lawyer's home in Center City (Pennsylvania):

Note: This is what I call Whitney Houston Sydrome - people found mysteriously dead in bathtubs or hot tubs. I believe hydrogen sulfide, which is water-soluble, is contaminating water, not just in lakes and rivers and streams and ponds, but also municipal water supplies here and there...

2013-05-25 - Missing man, 56, found dead with his kayak on the West Coast at Brown's Island Regional Shoreline (California):

2013-05-25 - Missing boater, man, 55, found dead in Percy Priest Lake (Tennessee):

Quote: "Raissian was out on the lake boating with friends near the island when he jumped off the boat and never resurfaced."

2013-05-25 - Man, 49, found dead near Scorpion Bay at Lake Pleasant (Arizona):

2013-05-25 - Woman found dead in the Boise River in Boise (Idaho):

2013-05-25 - Body washes ashore at Fowler Beach (Delaware):

2013-05-25 - Body found in marsh in Syracuse (New York):

2013-05-25 - Woman, 40s or 50s, found dead at the beach in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

2013-05-25 - Woman, 60, found dead beneath the Rockpile Road bridge not far from Warm Springs Dam at Lake Sonoma (California):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-05-25 - Man, 47, drops dead in field near school in Covina (California), in the San Gabriel Valley:

2013-05-25 - Small plane crashes in field, bursts into flame, on the island of Mallorca (Spain), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-25 - Small plane crashes into Georgian Bay (Canada):

2013-05-25 - Helicopter crashes near Springfield (Missouri), 2 killed:

2013-05-25 - Two trains collide at 2:30 AM near Chaffee (Missouri), fire erupts, bridge collapses, 7 injured:

Quote: "Slipis said several cars derailed and hit a pillar of the Highway M overpass, bringing it down. Two cars were on that stretch of road."

2013-05-25 - Passenger train hits tractor trailer in Ann Arbor (Michigan):

2013-05-25 - Passenger bus overturns on Yangon-Nay Pyi Taw Highway (Myanmar), 11 killed, 15 injured:

2013-05-25 - Passenger bus overturns near coastal Mumbai (India), 3 killed, 19 injured:

2013-05-25 - Passenger bus overturns in Cairo (Egpyt), near the Nile River, 1 killed, 30 injured:

2013-05-25 - Tractor trailer and Jeep collide head-on, on Highway 8 in Cochrane (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-25 - Tanker truck hauling liquid manure overturns on Shattuck Road in Bath (New York):

Quote: "Investigators say the road was closed for four hours for cleanup and the manure was drained into a nearby creek, where it was contained."

Note: The other day a tractor trailer hauling toilet paper overturned too. If we could just combine some of these accidents...

2013-05-25 - Tractor trailer overturns at 4:20 AM on the Thruway in Albany (New York):

2013-05-25 - Moving van plunges 30 feet down embankment into the Merced River in Mariposa County (California), 1 injured:

2013-05-25 - Van veers off road, takes out utility pole, in Iowa City (Iowa), 3 injured:

Quote: "...police at the scene said they think the driver might have suffered a seizure prior to the crash."

Note: Wouldn't surprise me one bit...

2013-05-25 - SUV veers over centerline, hits tractor trailer head-on, semi bursts into flame, in Springbank (Canada), 1 killed:

2013-05-25 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Twin Lakes (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

2013-05-25 - Pickup truck veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Vicksburg (Michigan), man incinerated:

2013-05-25 - Car veers over centerline, hits commercial truck head-on, near Schall Flats (Montana), 1 killed:

Quote: "Rosenbaum says she might have had a medical condition or fallen asleep."

2013-05-25 - Car veers over centerline, hits truck head-on, near Shipshewana (Indiana), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-25 - Car and SUV collide head-on, in Bracknell (Britain), 3 injured:

2013-05-25 - Car jumps median, slams pickup head-on, in coastal Encinitas (California), 1 killed, several injured:

2013-05-25 - Two cars collide, one bursts into flame, in coastal Falmouth (Massachusetts):

2013-05-25 - Car veers off road, hits stuff, bursts into flame, in Fruita (Colorado), near the Colorado River, 1 killed:

2013-05-25 - Dog attacks and kills pensioner in Liverpool (Britain):

Quote: "Mr Clarke's death comes after a 14-year-old girl died in March when she was attacked by a pack of dogs at a house in Greater Manchester."

2013-05-25 - Dog attacks and seriously injures elderly woman at home in Seminole County (Florida):,0,4972480.story

Quote: "All I could see was foam and teeth..."

2013-05-25 - Bees swarm tree and start stinging people in Huntington (West Virginia):

2013-05-25 - Sinkhole opens up at harbor in coastal Dalkey (Ireland), swallows 4-year-old girl, girl saved:

Quote: "The child was walking with her pregnant mother at the harbour when the sinkhole opened beneath her. The girl screamed as she disappeared – a witness said she was lucky to have caught her arm on a length of plastic ducting or she could have fallen further."


  1. It is Lake Monona. I used to live there & it's surrounded by lakes so it might get hit hard

    "2013-05-25 - Car found on fire in Madison (Wisconsin), near Lake Monroe, driver, man, found seriously burned nearby:"

    1. Thank you, and correction incoming!

    2. And yeah, I see what you mean about all the lakes there! Madison's like an inland coastal city.

    3. Awhile back about a month or two ago (maybe 3 or 4 by now)you had posted a personal commentary that I wanted to reread but now I can't find it.
      I think that it was at the beginning of an event list.
      Part of it was an explanation about why you were doing this.

    4. Hah, now I wanna reread it too! What did I say? I'm guessing it was along the lines of, 'I'd like to wake people up so that we - all people, everywhere - can work together to maximize human survival, and sleeping people aren't going to do that.'

    5. There are actually numerous reasons. I'll list some:

      1) People are choosing to have children, who are highly likely to die, probably horribly, and they might choose otherwise if they knew the truth. Why add to the suffering? If you were waiting in line to die in a gas chamber, would you want to have a child, who would be born into that same line? People deserve to be able to make that choice rationally and they can't if the truth is kept from them.

      2) People are going to wake up eventually, whether I'm telling them what's going on or not, so it makes some sense to start getting ahead of that problem.

      3) It seems to me that as regards the truth about reality, all people have a right to that truth - none more than anyone else - and it somewhat offends me that people who know the truth are unilaterally deciding that others will be barred from it.

      4) We will surely be able to save more lives if we focus on this problem 100% rather than wasting time and resources on trivial things that will not matter if we're all dead, or mostly all dead.

      5) Who else? Believe me, I tried to foist this off on someone else. I posted about it in early 2011 then waited an entire year to see if A) the gubment(s) could put the djinni back in the bottle (nope); and B) if anyone would see that what I had said was the real deal and if THEY would take the ball and run with it (nope). So, seeing that the clock was ticking away, I reluctantly picked that ball back up and started lumbering down the field myself.

    6. I have to say it all reminds me of that scene in Jaws where they are trying to convince the mayor to close the beaches - "You're going to ignore this particular problem until it swims up and bites you on the ass." And therein lies the problem, most people will carry on with the dumb-show until it affects them personally.
      You also have the stigma of it being associated with global warming / climate change which is a divisive topic where most are already entrenched in their beliefs regarding it, others just don't know who or what to believe thanks to certain parties with vested interests.
      When it comes to governments of course it may be a moot point - if they are already aware and trying to mitigate the problem. I first read about chemtrails back in the early 90s and if that is an attempt to control the situation then it doesn't seem to be working. Their worst case scenario damage limitation appears to to head underground and sit it out.

    7. Well, I never expected it to be easy. (I thought it'd be easier than it is though.)

      I've tried to juke away from the climate change stuff. For one, I don't think we've had a ton to do with this. It happened before numerous times, and we weren't around. But also, IT DOESN'T EVEN MATTER. Even if you assume we DID cause this problem, we don't have to deal with the cause, we have to deal with the problem. The cause is something for survivors - if there are any - to argue about. First things first: let's survive the problem, as best we can. People who are aware of a threat are inherently more capable of surviving that threat.

      Governments are in a bad position. It may be that by hiding the problem, more people will survive, because instead of shriveling up in fear, we grew a big civilization, made some technological strides, etc. But the price of those increased survival odds may also be that vastly more people will DIE too. So to increase the number of survivors from, say, 100 million to 500 million, it may have meant that an extra, say, 4 billion people will die. Just making those numbers up to make the point. And if that's the case, it's almost unimaginable that THEY would let the truth out themselves, which means someone else has to do it FOR them, preferably someone who hasn't been consumed by anger. (I do have my angry days though. If you look back over the quotes I've used, the days where I've used some quote about overcoming anger - those were my angry days! Heh.)

    8. Yeah I agree about the climate change thing, no doubt we have contributed, but I firmly believe this would be happening regardless. One only needs to look at the fossil record, ice cores, sediment cores etc. to see that.
      And full respect for trying your best, I saw your posts on GLP, Rezlooper's threads on ATS and how that went and can only say that even if you just raise awareness a bit and maybe end up saving at least one life through it then it's worth it...

    9. I read the ATS thread, too. I laughed loudly, when you stepped in there like Hiyahs it's me... the author! Props for not trying to debate that ph4ge sh1ll. It's just not worth the time to debate somebody like that, right?
      I'll be searching for the major stories from the last 5 days now, I just didn't find the time over the last days with the UCL Final and all...

    10. Hah, yeah, Phage was just on psyops duty; he didn't want an actual debate.

      Hope you did good on exams! ;)

    11. oh it wasn't exams... they're looming on the horizon though :(
      It was kinda the Super Bowl of European Football. :)

    12. Ah, gotcha. And I presume by 'football' you mean what I'd call 'soccer'? As in, an exciting game ends with the score 1-0? Haha, just kidding, just kidding!

    13. Yep, the kind of football where feet are actually used to score. Hehe, just kidding ;) And it was a VERY exciting 1-2.

      I watched the Super Bowl too, but I was rooting for the 49ers.. From all the US/Canada sports I like Hockey the most though.

  2. Anon-Manila here...just noticed this link on
    It says the explosion knocked folks off their feet 100's of meters AWAY! Maybe there will be an update...

    1. Thanks!

      LMAO, I'm surprised they went with the 'reflecting sunlight' thing there. Like that's reassuring?! Sunlight now causes homes to burst into flame!? Yeah, that'll keep people calm, if they just believe that sunlight might burn their homes down. Everybody wait until it's night and then start running at 1000 MPH toward the West. Problem solved!

    2. yeah I lolled at that one... I guess if the mirror was curved in some way or parabolic it could happen but how many people have mirrors like that? Dunno...
      Strange the thing with the swimmers as well, there's conflicting reports there of what actually happened. Maybe they got into a patch of methane or hydrogen sulphide or something.

      This is hot off the press (bad pun I know) today as well, another person found on fire -

      Police officer finds man on fire in Bishop Auckland garden

  3. Update for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for May 26th

    2013-05-27: Driver hits deer, stops to look at damage, car bursts into flames near coastal Mellenthin, Germany.
    +53° 54' 8.70", +14° 2' 53.09"[tt_news]=20153&cHash=35d403bf75d276f2fdbb884b33d50bba

    2013-05-26: Fires in Münster, Germany continue. This time a underground garage was on fire, five cars and a motorcycle destroyed, two cars damaged. Several bangs were heard by a neighbor around 1:30 AM. Of course they think it's arson.
    +51° 57' 14.30", +7° 37' 0.51"

    2013-05-26: Missing Man, 47, found dead, floating in water in district Liezen, Austria.

    2013-05-26: Huge blaze destroys mall in coastal Wilhelmshaven, Germany. The fire started "at night" in a clothing store and spread to the neighboring bakery and grocery store.
    +53° 34' 24.60", +8° 4' 50.76",1,2758680034.html

    2013-05-26: Fire destroys storage room of grocery store in Kaltenkirchen, Germany. It started at 3 AM
    +53° 50' 2.74", +9° 57' 12.80"

    2013-05-26: Mysterious Fire: Two buses destroyed in München (Munich), Germany. Cause is unknown, fire was spotted at 6:22 AM.
    +48° 8' 41.64", +11° 28' 51.80"

    2013-05-26: Fire destroys old shack containing miscellaneous stuff in Düren (Eifel-Region), Germany.
    +50° 48' 13.36", +6° 28' 12.94"

    2013-05-26: Blaze in vacant children's hospital in Berlin-WeißenSEE. A wooden window had caught fire. In the last weeks, there have been several fires on the property. The hospital has not been in use since 1992.
    +52° 33' 12.69", +13° 28' 56.29"

    2013-05-26: Fire destroys 25 cars at car dealer in BAD Mergentheim, Germany. The blaze started at 4:40 AM, the cause is unknown.
    +49° 29' 45.42", +9° 45' 11.81",2610662

    2013-05-26: Huge fire destroys storage hall conatining bales of straw in Jürgenstorf, Germany.
    +53° 39' 27.76", +12° 54' 21.33"

    2013-05-26: Company producing metal fences bursts into flames in Asten, Austria. Fire started at 2:00 AM.
    +48° 13' 7.41", +14° 25' 20.80"

    2013-05-26: Fire in apartment in Aachen, Germany. Nobody home at the time.
    +50° 46' 37.55", +6° 6' 1.64"

    2013-05-26: Wee hours fire destroys three vehicles in coastal Maspalomas, Gran Canaria.
    +27° 45' 37.89", -15° 36' 2.99"

  4. Update for Germany, Switzerland and Austria for May 24th and 25th

    2013-05-25: Fire in basement apartment in Kirn, Germany. The power distribution box burst into flames around 2:30 AM.
    +49° 47' 6.02", +7° 27' 29.79",-Rauchmelder-rettet-sechs-Menschen-in-Kirn-das-Leben-_arid,601412.html

    2013-05-25: 65yo woman drowns in creek in Kehl, Germany.
    +48° 34' 59.09", +7° 49' 24.74";art1157835,2020945

    2013-05-25: Four fires in one night in Goslar, Germany. Arson suspected.
    +51° 54' 41.22", +10° 26' 16.74",377314.html

    2013-05-25: Cars bursts into flame in Amstetten, Austria. Happened at 2 AM, cause unknown.
    +48° 7' 47.61", +14° 51' 14.72"

    2013-05-25: Vacant cinema completely destroyed by fire at 2 AM in Wassenberg, Germany.
    +51° 5' 57.93", +6° 9' 14.57"

    2013-05-25: Fire in basement of apartment building in Ennigerloh, Germany. Happened around 6 AM, two paper recycling bins had caught fire.
    +51° 50' 9.95", +8° 1' 40.25"

    2013-05-25: Beaver colony completely destroyed by fire in Ingolstadt, Germany. They say somebody must have set the colony on fire, but they have no clue what happened.
    +48° 46' 37.43", +11° 20' 34.27"

    2013-05-25: Bus catches fire, driver reported a loud bang before the engine started to burn, in Verden, Germany.
    +52° 54' 34.66", +9° 14' 56.76",-Linienbus-aus-Walsrode-faengt-in-Verden-Feuer-_arid,578231.html

  5. 2013-05-24: Car burst into flame on Autobahn near EbersTALzell, Austria.
    +48° 0' 54.68", +13° 56' 19.85"

    2013-05-24: Vacant hospital at former soviet military airport bursts into flames Alt-Daber near Wittstock/Dosse, Germany. Huge flames and a giant pillar of smoke reported. Police suspect the same arsonist who, they think, started more than 20 other fires in the region in the last weeks.
    +53° 12' 14.57", +12° 30' 0.90"

    2013-05-24: Vacant railroad station burns in Erfurt, Germany. The fire started at night, cause unknown.
    +50° 58' 16.11", +11° 1' 51.96"

    2013-05-24: Fire in car repair shop in Hamburg, Germany. The fire started in the basement, the cause is unknown.
    +53° 34' 43.13", +10° 5' 37.90"

    2013-05-24: 102yo woman injured in apartment fire in Taunusstein, Germany. A Technical defect in the washing machine caused it to burst into flames.
    +50° 8' 20.83", +8° 8' 42.22"

    2013-05-24: Fire in brewery in Schnaittach, Germany. Cause is yet unknown.
    +49° 33' 25.44", +11° 20' 4.97"

    2013-05-24: Car hits deer, engine bursts into flames in Neusiedl am SEE, Austria.
    +47° 50' 46.84", +16° 53' 52.60"

    2013-05-24: Fire in travel agency in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Started in the kitchen.
    +50° 7' 19.62", +8° 40' 7.63"

    2013-05-24: Blaze in logistics hall in Osnabrück, Germany. For unknown reasons a loading platform burst into flames.
    +52° 18' 18.62", +8° 1' 21.29"

    2013-05-24: Body discovered in a hollow at 3:30 AM in Quickborn, Germany. The 58yo man seems to have dropped dead in front of his house. Police say, there's no sign of a crime.
    +53° 43' 39.51", +9° 54' 25.79"

    2013-05-24: Car transport truck bursts into flames in Mahlberg-Orschweiler, Germany. The truck was parked, when the fire broke out around 1 AM. Three loaded cars were heavily damaged.
    +48° 16' 34.82", +7° 47' 52.66"

    2013-05-24: Sawmill bursts into flames, is completely destroyed by the huge blaze in Rotenburg an der Fulda, Germany.
    +48° 16' 34.82", +7° 47' 52.66"

    1. Whew, you're burning pretty bad there in Germany! Everything caught up and added to the Germany Event List.