Sunday, March 30, 2014

Event Update For 2014-03-29

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: Fires And Explosions

2014-03-29 - Vacant home destroyed by explosion and fire at 4:30 AM in St. Joseph (Missouri), third such fire in a week:

Quote: "For the third time in a week, fire erupted in a vacant structure early Saturday, scaring Midtown neighbors and scrambling multiple fire units. 'I heard a muffled boom,' said Richard Watkins, who lives on North 16th Street. Mr. Watkins got up, went out onto his back deck, and all he could see was smoke. That was about 4:30 a.m. 'I went back inside and walked out front, where I saw flames and called 911,' he said."

Quote: "A fire also started with a small boom on Mount Mora Road last Saturday, causing $40,000 in damage, but no cause has been determined. A suspicious fire Tuesday on Buchanan Avenue destroyed another structure. All three fires in the past week have involved empty houses."

2014-03-29 - Home explodes and burns at 3 AM in Vars (Canada), nobody home, 40 homes evacuated:

Quote: "Witnesses told fire investigators they heard, and even felt, an explosion."

2014-03-29 - Home explodes and burns in Sohag (Egypt), 10 killed, 37 injured:

Note: He had some gasoline stored in the house. This could be the work of the Ghostly Match again, serving as the igniter for other volatile fumes in the air. It sounds basically like a larger version of the incident where an explosion and fire killed a man at a gas station in Danbury (Connecticut), mentioned in the 2014-01-22 update, and also similar to the mother and son who were incinerated at a gas station in Mehu (India), mentioned in the 2013-12-18 update.

2014-03-29 - Home damaged by explosion and fire in Thunder Bay (Canada), 1 injured:

Note: Clearly homes are getting more 'splodey. Businesses too, for that matter. Once the methane hydrates really get gushing, things are gonna be crrrazy, like living in a warzone, with fires all over, buildings exploding, strange smells and people dropping dead and going crazy, that kinda stuff. This actually IS a war. It's just not one like the human race has ever faced before, but we have no choice but to face it, except to pretend it isn't happening until we're dead. Seems like that's the current plan...

2014-03-29 - Wood pellet company hit by explosion and 4-alarm fire in Mifflintown (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Officials say callers reported an explosion before the blaze spread to the whole building at 95 Energy Drive, off Route 75 in Walker Township, Juniata County just before 9:30 a.m. Saturday. According to dispatchers, the company manufactures wood pellets."

2014-03-29 - Market ravaged by blaze in coastal Manama (Bahrain), dozens of shops destroyed:

Note: There have been a number of devastating blazes at markets recently. Six thousand shops were just destroyed by a mammoth fire at 2:30 AM in Guatemala City (Guatemala), mentioned in the 2014-03-25 update. Two thousand shops were just destroyed at a market in Bamako (Mali), near the Niger River, as mentioned in the 2014-03-21 update. These are all open-air markets, fully exposed to whatever blows through in the atmosphere. Any electrified copper or rust at these places - and they're all gonna have one or the other and very probably both - and fire can erupt at any time...

2014-03-29 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame, two vehicles burn, in coastal Fort Walton Beach (Florida):

2014-03-29 - Recycling center hit by fire in Pembroke Park (Florida), near the coast:,0,741333.story

2014-03-29 - Tanker ship 'Sichem Amethyst' bursts into flame near the Port of Tarragona (Spain):

Quote: "In the morning of Mar 28, 2014, at 9.40 a.m. a fire erupted in the cabin area inside the superstructure of the 'Sichem Amethyst', anchored on Tarragona road six miles from the port of Tarragona. It forced to evacuate 17 crew members, except the captain, first officer and chief engineer, who remained on board to assist in the fire fighting efforts."

2014-03-29 - Boat bursts into flame at home in Rome (Georgia):

2014-03-29 - Transit bus bursts into flame while parked in municipal building in Keshena (Wisconsin):

Quote: "When firefighters arrived on scene, they found a transit bus inside the storage building fully engulfed in flames. Crews got the blaze under control within an hour, avoiding it from spreading to other buses inside the building. Roberts says the bus sustained heavy damage and is a total loss. The building’s interior had minor smoke and flame damage."

2014-03-29 - Two tractors and barn destroyed by fire in Summercourt (Britain), near coastal Newquay:

Quote: "It is believed the fire involved a tractor and a combine harvester."

2014-03-29 - Box truck bursts into flame at 7 AM in Kearney (Nebraska):

2014-03-29 - RV bursts into flame on I-15 in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2014-03-29 - RV bursts into flame on I-10 in Tucson (Arizona):

2014-03-29 - Two vans burst into flame while parked in Laureate Paddocks (Britain):

2014-03-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in Laredo (Texas):

2014-03-29 - In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame in coastal Singapore, one parked and one on the road:

2014-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on street in Chicopee (Massachusetts):

Note: Chicopee is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Connecticut River...

2014-03-29 - Car bursts into flame at auto shop in coastal Riverhead (New York):

2014-03-29 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM on the M23 near Gatwick (Britain):

2014-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on M4 slip road near Langley (Britain):

2014-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on Calvert Road in Effingham (Britain):

2014-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on Taunton Avenue in Whitleigh in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2014-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on Camp Road in West Coker, Yeovil (Britain):

2014-03-29 - Motorcycle explodes as man works on it, in Telford (Britain), 1 injured:

2014-03-29 - RV trailer bursts into flame at 4:36 AM while parked at home, home damaged too, in coastal Lewes (Delaware):

Quote: "Capt. Ed Sharp arrived on the scene reporting a travel trailer fully involved in the side yard of the residence."

2014-03-29 - Two cars and home destroyed by blaze at 3:30 AM on Lincoln Lake Avenue in Lowell (Michigan):

Quote: "Looks like it started in the back side of the house, potentially in a garage area..."

Note: Yeah, like in one of those two cars...

2014-03-29 - Two Jeeps and barn destroyed by fire in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

Quote: "The two-story barn housed a work shop, two Jeeps, various tools and storage, according to the Norwalk Fire Department. There were also six boats and a couple of vehicles stored near the barn for the winter that sustained varying amounts of damage from the heat of the fire."

2014-03-29 - Car and garage damaged by fire in Anoka (Minnesota):

Note: Anoka is located on the northeast (downwind) banks of the Mississippi River...

2014-03-29 - Tractor and barn destroyed by fire in Fox Township (Pennsylvania), 2 cows killed:

Quote: "Surra said the barn measured 36 by 40 feet and contained a tractor among other valuable items — including the two Holstein Steer cows which perished in the blaze."

2014-03-29 - Barn damaged by fire at 1 AM on Fish Lake Road in coastal Demorestville on Prince Edward Island (Canada):

2014-03-29 - Brush fire erupts at Marshfield Industrial Park in coastal Marshfield (Massachusetts):

2014-03-29 - Wildfire breaks out near the Rio Grande, near Belen (New Mexico):

Quote: "A wildfire that sparked near Belen Friday has grown to around 200 acres, according to officials, jumping the Rio Grande and moving into Socorro County where it remains active. There are five or six homes and a few barns near the fire, according to State Forestry spokesman Dan Ware, but he didn’t know how threatened they may be by the blaze."

2014-03-29 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Deptford (New Jersey):

2014-03-29 - Transformer explodes and burns on pole in Readington Township (New Jersey):

2014-03-29 - Transformer bursts into flame on pole in Syracuse (New York):

2014-03-29 - Allstate Insurance building goes up in flames at 3 AM in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

Note: Now THEY get to see what it's like to deal with insurance companies after a fire!

2014-03-29 - Building erupts in flame with popping sounds in Northwich (Britain):

Quote: "Eyewitnesses reported a noise like popping fireworks when the blaze broke out at around 11.15pm yesterday, Friday."

Quote: "A resident from the neighbouring Naylor Court said: 'It must have been around 11pm and I could hear what sounded like fireworks. I happened to look though the window and it was like a raging inferno.'"

2014-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Douglas Glen (Canada):

Note: Douglas Glen is just east (downwind) of the Bow River...

2014-03-29 - Deadly blaze rips through vacant building at 5:30 AM in coastal Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island (Canada), 3 killed:

Quote: "'I cannot remember a tragedy with three people, of any kind really, in the city of Charlottetown in my memory,' Charlottetown police Deputy Chief Gary McGuigan told CBC News."

2014-03-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in coastal Milolii (Hawaii):

2014-03-29 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in the wee hours in coastal Vancouver (Canada):

2014-03-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM in Buffalo (New York):

2014-03-29 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Ossining (New York), near the Hudson River:

2014-03-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Salineville (Ohio):

2014-03-29 - Vacant department store under renovation destroyed by huge inferno at 12:50 AM in Des Moines (Iowa):

Quote: "The Younkers store was a landmark in Des Moines for years, but the building closed in 2005. In September, a Wisconsin-based company began turning it into apartments and retail space, a $36 million project."

Quote: "Witnesses recount seeing parts of the building collapse and fall off."

Note: So this was a vacant structure that was undergoing $36 million in renovations, which means it was basically a building under construction, and lots of those have been burning up. Buildings under construction - or undergoing extensive renovation like this one - are far more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem than completed and well-insulated structures. Also, two days prior, an electric meter burst into flame with a popping noise at 3:15 AM and the fire spread to a home, and in a separate incident, a garage burst into flame and that fire damaged the home too, both events also in Des Moines...

2014-03-29 - Vacant school burns on Valley Road in Edgmont (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-29 - Dead fish continue washing ashore, more people sickening, in La Brea on the island of Trinidad:,192626.html

Quote: "'Fish are coming ashore every day,' Goodridge said, 'today I clear out a lot in my backyard, the smell is disgusting, and I have two babies so that is why I clear it out to kinda ease up de scent.'"

2014-03-29 - College student, 19, woman, found dead on campus in Rochester (New York):

Note: Another day, another college student dropping dead. Didn't I just say that? Oh, that was yesterday, different dead college student, but also in New York. It gets so confusing with all the dead college students!

2014-03-29 - College student, 21, woman, found dead in residence hall in coastal Dundee (Scotland):

Quote: "A psychology student was found dead at student halls in Dundee. Samantha-Jo Thorpe, 21, known as Sammy or Sammy-Jo, died suddently at Abertay University's Opal student halls, near the city centre, on Thursday morning. Police are not treating the death as suspicious."

2014-03-29 - College student, man, found dead in university swimming pool at the University of Nairobi (Kenya):

2014-03-29 - Man, 43, drops dead in parking lot in coastal Atlantic City (New Jersey):

Quote: "There was no apparent trauma..."

2014-03-29 - Man found dead in the water near bridge at Houska Park in La Crosse (Wisconsin):

2014-03-29 - Man found dead in the Detroit River in LaSalle (Canada):

2014-03-29 - Teacher, man, 52, goes out for jog, next seen dead along Lake Ontario waterfront in Whitby (Canada):

2014-03-29 - Man goes out for walk, next seen dead in mountainside gully in the Lake District (Britain), possible toppler:

2014-03-29 - Woman found dead near canal in Pharr (Texas):

2014-03-29 - Woman, 40, found dead in hunting blind in Bath (New York):

Quote: "She was last seen walking down Chamberlain Road toward County Route 14 earlier that day, and had reportedly appeared confused and disoriented."

Note: She may have gotten a brain-frying whiff of hydrogen sulfide while walking down the road, then got confused and disoriented, then stumbled into that blind and died...

2014-03-29 - Woman, 50, drops dead near business in Odon (Indiana):

2014-03-29 - Man, 31, found dead in laundromat in Cary (North Carolina):

2014-03-29 - Airport worker, man, found dead in elevator at airport on the island of St. Kitts:

2014-03-29 - Man found dead in ditch near apartments in Monroe (Louisiana):

2014-03-29 - Man, 74, found dead in stream near his home, in Federalsburg (Maryland):

2014-03-29 - Man, 43, found dead in creek in Gwinnett County (Georgia):

2014-03-29 - Driver has 'medical emergency', vehicle veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, on the Patullo Bridge in coastal Surrey (Canada), 4 injured:

2014-03-29 - Small plane crashes in field, bursts into flame, near shopping center in Douglas County (Colorado), 1 killed:

Quote: "Witnesses are calling the pilot a hero and say that it seems like he did everything he could to make it to the field and avoid colliding with any of the nearby businesses."

Note: I'd try to avoid hitting buildings myself in that situation, not because I'm all that heroic but because slamming into buildings probably hurts!

2014-03-29 - Small plane crashes in Zuzemberk (Slovenia), engine failure, 2 killed:

2014-03-29 - Small plane crashes in field, bursts into flame, off the A414 near Ongar, Essex (Britain), 2 killed:

2014-03-29 - Tractor trailer and tanker truck crash at 6:47 AM in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2014-03-29 - Tractor trailer slams into toll plaza at 3:04 AM on I-70 in Leavenworth County (Kansas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-03-29 - Tractor trailer crashes into Great Bras d’Or Lake at the Seal Island Bridge (Canada), 1 injured:

2014-03-29 - Dump truck crashes through road divider, hits minibus head-on, in Manaus (Brazil), at least 14 killed, 20 injured:

2014-03-29 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, one bursts into flame, in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-03-29 - Car and SUV collide head-on at 6:50 AM, in Highland (New York), both drivers killed:

Quote: "The crash, which happened about 6:50 a.m., was on the state highway just south of the overpass that takes Route 44/55 over 9W and onto the Mid-Hudson Bridge, whose ramps are nearby."

Note: So this was near the Hudson River...

2014-03-29 - Car and street sweeper collide at 6:15 AM in Rancho Mirage (California), 1 injured:

2014-03-29 - Car crashes down embankment before 3 AM in Calgary (Canada), 1 killed:

2014-03-29 - Car crashes off bridge and overturns, near Aplington (Iowa), 1 killed:

2014-03-29 - Car crashes into home, bursts into flame, in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2014-03-29 - Two vehicles collide head-on, near coastal Hantsport (Canada), 3 injured:

2014-03-29 - Naked man, 19, goes on rampage in Collingdale (Pennsylvania), says he found God, attacks EMS workers and cops:

Quote: "Officers spoke with two people who said that James Daly, 19, had shown up at their house in jeans and a torn shirt and that he had been 'acting weird lately,' according to a press release."

Quote: "Daly is charged with seven felony counts of aggravated assault, seven misdemeanor counts of simple assault, seven misdemeanor counts of recklessly endangering another person, seven counts of harassment and one count of criminal mischief."

Note: Allegedly on PCP, but as you can see, there's nothing about that mentioned in the actual charges, which means either there was no evidence of such, or PCP is now legal there, and I highly doubt it's the latter. Looks like just another in a long and growing list of people getting naked, going crazy, and sometimes becoming very violent. This man wasn't quite as vicious as the original face-eater (who was for sure NOT on drugs), but...pretty vicious. It took eight men to bring this guy down too, which is an indication of superhuman strength, and he injured at least seven of them. This area is just northeast (downwind) of the Delaware River...

2014-03-29 - Four pit bulls attack and injure man in West Englewood, Chicago (Illinois), cop shoots and kills one, others captured:

Quote: "An off-duty police officer saw the 58-year-old man being attacked by four pit bulls about 9:50 a.m. in the 6000 block of South Wood Street when she shot and killed one of the dogs..."

2014-03-29 - Swarm of bees attacks people in Phoenix (Arizona), 1 man hospitalized, 2 more stung:

Quote: "The folks who live here say they've never seen anything like it."

2014-03-29 - Thirteen students suddenly sicken on bus, hospitalized, in Friendsville (Maryland):

Quote: "Thirteen high school students complaining of sickness were transported to three hospitals Saturday evening after a bus traveling from Washington D.C. to Uniontown, Pa., made an emergency stop at a convenience store in Friendsville at 7:30 p.m. The bus was transporting 54 junior ROTC students back to Uniontown and the Albert Gallatin School District following a visit to Arlington National Cemetery and the Reagan Center, according to Terry Spear, chief of the Friendsville Volunteer Fire Department."

Quote: "The students were dizzy and complaining about upset stomachs and stomach pains."

Note: So they were outdoors, near the East Coast, prior to this. Carbon monoxide ruled out. They want to blame food poisoning, but then ALL of the students would likely have sickened, not just 13 of them. But poison gas blowing by might very well only affect SOME of the students. Hydrogen sulfide is said to smell 'flowery' or 'sickly sweet' at medium-high concentrations, if you can smell it at all. Students might not think anything of smelling something like that at a cemetery with a lot of flowers around, which is where they were just prior to sickening. This doesn't sound all that different from the students who were playing basketball outside in Le Roy (New York) who suddenly came down with neurological damage (e.g. brain damage) that resulted in Tourette's-like muscle tics and twitches, except in this case the kids only got dizzy and had stomach pains. They may still have suffered some long-term kidney damage and/or brain damage though, and the brain damage may affect memory and the ability to concentrate and such, but those are subtle effects...


  1. Ha-haaaaaa-haaaaaaa Jonny, I guess it was just a matter of time before an insurance company fell victim to what's going on! Great comment.

    So here we have more PA instances of trouble - the vacant school fire that's on the way to Philly from here, the tractor and barn fire in Fox Twp. and the man going zombie on us in the Collingdale/Ridley Park area (just outside Philly and along the river). Whew! Makes a fella decline to leave his bed in the morning - oh, but that's no guarantee of safety now either! Great - do what you want to bide your time, but be ready to depart at a moment's notice!


    1. Well, if you have to flee, try Missouri! 'It's Slightly Better Here!' (tm)

  2. Wow! Jonny-- Did you see this on Drudge? This isn't the type of stuff they usually post. I thought this was really strange. I have been seeing all types of articles now about methane and whatnot in the MSM.
    What are your thoughts?;_ylt=AwrBJR.ByzlT5kgA7g_QtDMD

    1. Very interesting! However, the science on hydrogen sulfide is pretty clear. Here's that link again:

      But nothing says the two types of creatures couldn't co-exist. They'd even work pretty well together. The creatures they're talking about in the article you linked eat biomatter and produce methane, and the creatures in the document I linked eat biomatter OR methane and produce hydrogen sulfide. They'd compete for the biomatter and if that ran out then those methane-producing archaea would die, but if there was any methane around then the bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide would eat that instead and live on.

      Hydrogen sulfide is way more flammable and deadly than methane though, so that's why I agree with the scientists' conclusions in that article I linked, and its fingerprints are in the record, so it was certainly present. The two gases do go together though - we see them both in the same environments: landfills, sewers, swamps, dead zones, etc.

      In any case, at least they're talking in the right direction!

    2. Also, a quote from the article I linked:

      "In their models, if the deepwater H2S concentrations were to increase beyond a critical threshold during such an interval of oceanic anoxia, then the chemocline separating the H2S-rich deepwater from oxygenated surface water could have floated up to the top abruptly. The horrific result would be great bubbles of toxic H2S gas erupting into the atmosphere."

      That happened recently, in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The water suddenly turned milky white-green, all the fish died, and there was a sulfur smell in the air. That was the chemocline rising abruptly to the surface. Shortly after that people started being found dead in the Inner Harbor, in numbers that puzzled investigators, in 'apparently' unrelated deaths. That event with the milky white-green water was mentioned in the 2013-07-18 update, last summer. Once you see that happen once, you can be sure it is happening elsewhere, so the waters of the Earth have now begun spewing hydrogen sulfide into the air. (That was the sulfur smell.) Same thing happened in the Philippine Islands too, wiped out a bunch of farmed fish.

      Methane, bad. Hydrogen sulfide, horrible. And we're getting both.