Friday, September 5, 2014

Event Update For 2014-09-04

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

2014-09-04 - Knife-wielding man strolls into park, mumbles, strips naked, in coastal New York City (New York):

Quote: "The John Doe was wearing a shirt and boxers when he stumbled into Martin Luther King playground near Lenox Ave. and 114th St. carrying a knife and mumbling to himself. Witnesses said he shoved an older man to the ground and then went to the sprinklers. Heedless of the kids around him, he stripped off his clothes."

2014-09-04 - Man brandishes two large kitchen knives, gets chased and tasered, in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2014-09-04 - Naked man, 21, breaks into apartment and beats man with broomstick, in coastal Hyannis (Massachusetts):

Note: All three of these events occurred in coastal areas, which is not terribly surprising. All three of these probably neuro-zombied people still retained the ability to use simple tools, so their brains weren't completely fried. They may even recover, more or less. The original face-eater, he was the most heavily-damaged person I've seen yet that was still mobile: unable to speak, just growl, and he used no tools, just his hands and teeth. Not much was left of his mind by the time he'd crossed that causeway over the ocean in Florida. Even if they hadn't shot him dead - which took six bullets - he probably wouldn't have lived much longer anyway...

2014-09-04 - Residential building explodes and burns in Diemen suburb of coastal Amsterdam (Netherlands), 2 killed:

2014-09-04 - Commercial building explodes and burns just after midnight in the Town of Tonawanda (New York):

2014-09-04 - Underground electrical fire erupts on Tomato Street in Spokane (Washington):

Quote: "Fielder said fires in electrical vaults are rare. 'I haven’t seen one in about 35 years on the job,' he said."

Note: USED to be rare. Not rare anymore. Bring those tomato plants inside!

2014-09-04 - Underground electrical explosion and fire shortly before midnight hits Center City area of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Officials say an underground fire and explosion blew off a manhole cover and damaged a basement in Center City Philadelphia late Thursday night. Firefighters responded to the electrical fire around 11:45 p.m. on the 1500 block of Sansom Street."

Note: Two parked school buses went up in flames on this day in Philadelphia too...

2014-09-04 - Railroad construction site rocked by explosion, nearby homes damaged too, in Geilo (Norway), 3 killed:

2014-09-04 - Underground landfill fire continues spreading toward radioactive waste in Bridgeton (Missouri):

2014-09-04 - Landfill erupts in flame in coastal Dubai (UAE):

Quote: "A fire broke out on Thursday at a landfill site in Al Qusais. No injuries were reported but a Civil Defence spokesman said that units from Al Qusais, Al Rashidiya and Port Saeed departments were dispatched to the scene after a complaint was received at 1230pm. 'Ten fire vehicles and three fire lorries headed to the area,' he said, adding that more than 20 firemen dealt with putting out the flames."

2014-09-04 - Warehouse destroyed by raging inferno in the Mission District in coastal San Francisco (California), 4 injured:

2014-09-04 - Marine Corps Harrier makes emergency landing and bursts into flame at Kadena Air Base (Japan):

2014-09-04 - Cargo ship 'Happy Dragon' hit by explosion in the English Channel near Portland (Britain), 2 injured:

Quote: "Two crew members were airlifted to hospital after an explosion on a Dutch cargo ship in the English Channel. The coastguard rescued the pair from the Happy Dragon, 50 miles south west of Portland at 10:30 BST. They had suffered facial injuries."

2014-09-04 - Two school buses go up in flames while parked in bus yard in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2014-09-04 - School bus bursts into flame on Brunswick Road in Penrith (Britain):

2014-09-04 - School bus bursts into flame in the Glencar area in coastal Letterkenny (Ireland):

Quote: "The fire service in Letterkenny has dealt with a fire on a school bus in the town. It happened just before 9.30 this morning in the Glencar area, close to Fernhill."

Note: These are the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th school buses to burn in September and the 89th, 90th, 91st and 92nd since May 1...

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame before 7 AM on I-71 in Greene County (Ohio):

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5:30 AM on I-40 near Amarillo (Texas):

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Borman Expressway near Gary (Indiana):

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer hauling scrap cars bursts into flame on highway in Cannock (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters from Cannock, Penkridge and Chase Terrace are currently tackling the lorry fire near to the Poplars Landfill site off Lichfield Road."

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 7 AM on the A64 near Copmanthorpe (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Trinity Street in Dorchester (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Dump truck bursts into flame on road in Lincoln County (Kentucky):

Note: Ever see a dump truck doing a wheelie? Now is your chance!

2014-09-04 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on the M6 near Knutsford (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on Lornie Road in coastal Singapore:

2014-09-04 - Truck bursts into flame at 5:30 AM on the A14 near Newmarket (Britain):

2014-09-04 - RV bursts into flame, fire spreads to pickup, ATV and garage, in Beatrice (Nebraska):

2014-09-04 - Van bursts into flame on the A39 just outside of Bideford (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Minivan bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads, mobile home destroyed, near the Beebe Bridge near Orondo (Washington):

Note: The Beebe Bridge goes over the Columbia River...

2014-09-04 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 17 West near Clearwater Bay (Canada):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame on I-35 in Austin (Texas):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame on the Northwest Expressway in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame as man works on it, fire spreads to field, scorches home, in Comanche County (Oklahoma):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame on Capri Court in Abbotsford (Canada):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, in coastal Zilzie Bay (Australia):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame near Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road near coastal Sharjah (UAE):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame outside the The Crowne Plaza hotel in Crawley (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Car bursts into flame on the A30 westbound near Mitchell (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Anacapa Street in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

2014-09-04 - RV trailer bursts into flame while being towed on I-70 in Putnam County (Indiana):

2014-09-04 - RV trailer bursts into flame while being towed on I-25 near Socorro (New Mexico):

2014-09-04 - Floor-cleaning machine bursts into flame inside school in Herndon (Virginia):

2014-09-04 - Two cars and garage destroyed by fire at home in Palm Desert (California):

2014-09-04 - Pickup truck, trailer and barn destroyed by fire near Canby (Oregon):

2014-09-04 - Vehicles and auto shop go up in flames at 5:51 AM in Medford (Oregon):

2014-09-04 - Van spits fire, ignites 12 brush fires along I-5 near Myrtle Creek (Oregon):

2014-09-04 - Barn ignites, fire spreads, home destroyed too, near the Machias River in coastal Machias (Maine):

Quote: "The flames were visible at times from across the Machias River near the University of Maine-Machias, and thick smoke shrouded some neighboring apartments."

2014-09-04 - Barn destroyed by fire at 3 AM in Fannett Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-09-04 - Barn damaged by fire at 3:30 AM in Walcott (Iowa):

2014-09-04 - Barn damaged by fire on Green Lane in Guist, near Dereham (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Commercial building damaged by blaze in Fenton (Missouri):

2014-09-04 - Gymnastic center destroyed by fire in Winona (Minnesota), nobody there:

2014-09-04 - Flea market destroyed by fire at 2:45 AM in Jonesboro (Arkansas):

2014-09-04 - Pool and sauna area heavily damaged by fire at hotel in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2014-09-04 - Bathhouse goes up in flames at Point Sebago Golf Course near Sebago Lake in Casco (Maine):

2014-09-04 - Golf club damaged by basement fire in New Buffalo (Michigan), near Lake Michigan:

2014-09-04 - Garage destroyed by fire at home near Boring (Oregon):

2014-09-04 - Garage bursts into flame, fire spreads, home destroyed, on Maquam Shore Road in St. Albans (Vermont):

2014-09-04 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in Acton (Maine), nobody there:

2014-09-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1:45 AM in coastal Port Richey (Florida):

2014-09-04 - Deadly fire rips through cabin at 4:30 AM in Washington (Iowa), 1 killed:

2014-09-04 - Deadly blaze burns through home near Gaffney (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2014-09-04 - Vacant storage building burns in Smyrna (Delaware):

2014-09-04 - Vacant home burns at 6:03 AM in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2014-09-04 - Vacant home burns for third time at 3 AM in Central Falls (Rhode Island):

2014-09-04 - Man and girl, 58 and 13, found dead in van in coastal Cavite (Philippine Islands):

2014-09-04 - Woman, 35, goes for a run, next seen dead in lake at Marsh Creek State Park in Upper Uwchlan Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Trooper Waleska Gonzalez said Offord was running at the park before her death. She said there are no signs of foul play."

Note: Very similar to the man, age 50, who went for a run and dropped dead on the Roebling Bridge over the Ohio River in Covington (Kentucky), mentioned in the 2014-08-22 update. Lotta people found dead on, near or under bridges these days...

2014-09-04 - Man goes for bicycle ride, next seen dead in ditch, in Maple Ridge (Canada):

Quote: "But Insp. Dan Splinter of Ridge Meadows RCMP said forensic examination has determined that there was no evidence a vehicle was involved in the death. Splinter told CTV News the man’s bicycle was still in good working condition and there was no debris on the scene or roadway. The deceased man had no injuries to his body consistent with being hit by a car, he added. Splinter says the unidentified man may have had a preexisting medical condition that could have contributed to the accident."

Note: Uninjured guy mysteriously dead in a ditch...

2014-09-04 - Man, 40, drops dead along road in Springfield (Ohio):

Note: Any ditches or ravines or creeks or streams or ponds near there? I bet there is...

2014-09-04 - Woman, 49, dives in water, never resurfaces, next seen dead in Lake Lanier near Gainesville (Georgia):

2014-09-04 - Man, 53, dives in water, never resurfaces, next seen dead in Lake Havasu near Lake Havasu City (Arizona):

2014-09-04 - Man goes swimming, goes missing, next seen dead in the Illinois River near Siloam Springs (Arkansas):

2014-09-04 - Man, 25 to 40, found dead in the water at Percival Landing in coastal Olympia (Washington):

2014-09-04 - Man, 62, falls off pontoon boat and dies at Middle Thompson Lake (Montana):

2014-09-04 - Woman, 46, drops dead at tavern before 7 AM in Brackenridge (Pennsylvania), near the Allegheny River:

2014-09-04 - Man, 30, sickens and drops dead at home in Auburn (Alabama):

2014-09-04 - Man, 50, drives ATV into pond and dies at apartment complex in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2014-09-04 - Man, 34, found dead in SUV in ditch in Marion (Ohio):

Quote: "Troopers from the Marion Post believe Smith, driving a 2006 Chevrolet Uplander, may have suffered a medical condition while traveling southbound. The vehicle went off the right side of the road and traveled into a ditch before striking an embankment."

2014-09-04 - Man, 54, found dead near his vehicle in Allegany County (Maryland):

2014-09-04 - Man, 51, found dead on conveyor belt at recycling center in Vancouver (Washington):

Quote: "Police said it appears that the body was taken to the center in a load of trash. Detectives found no sign of foul play, and no suspects are being sought, police said."

Note: Methane and hydrogen sulfide are adsorbing onto materials, like cardboard, paper, wood, cloth, plastic, etc. In other words, trash, among other things. So someone goes out to pick through the trash for cans or whatever and they get killed by skin contact, fall over dead in the trash bin. Then the corpse gets carried to a recycling center, gets dumped, shows up on the conveyor belt. Lots of people have been found dead this way in recent years and in at least some of those cases - and the percentage will be rising as time goes on - that has to be the reason. But consider: you don't get much more environmentally friendly than self-recycling people!

2014-09-04 - Woman, 55, found dead in condo on coastal Hilton Head Island (South Carolina):

2014-09-04 - Man falls off oil platform and dies after 4 AM in the North Sea near Aberdeen (Scotland), possible toppler:

2014-09-04 - Man, 24, goes snorkeling, next seen dead in the water near the island of Tioman (Malaysia):

2014-09-04 - Man, 78, goes missing, next seen dead in the River Wear near the Framwellgate Bridge in Durham (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Man in his 40s found dead in van at Burger King in Oxford Retail Park in Oxford (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Driver has 'medical condition', becomes incoherent, car slams bus stop in Portland (Oregon), 1 killed:

Quote: "Investigators learned that the Subaru driver was suffering from a medical condition, which caused her to become incoherent and lose control of her vehicle."

2014-09-04 - Small plane crashes into Stillwater Reservoir in Herkimer County (New York), 1 killed:

2014-09-04 - Small plane crashes between hangars at airport in Northam (Australia):

2014-09-04 - Russian helicopter crashes and bursts into flame at airshow in coastal Gelendzhik (Russia), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2014-09-04 - Freight train hits tractor trailer in Bronwood (Georgia):

2014-09-04 - School bus, big rig and five more vehicles crash in North Little Rock (Arkansas), 10 injured:

2014-09-04 - Passenger bus swept away by floodwater in Kashmir (India), 50+ people missing:

2014-09-04 - Passenger bus veers off road, crashes into cemetery, in Gateshead (Britain), near the River Tyne, some injured:

2014-09-04 - Tanker truck overturns on highway in Miller County (Arkansas):

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-81, trailer falls into the Tioughnioga River, in Cortlandville (New York):

Quote: "During the accident the trailer became detached and fell into the Tioughnioga River below."

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 17 in Goshen (New York):

2014-09-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-35 in San Marcos (Texas):

2014-09-04 - Tractor drives into slurry pit at farm in Dorset (Britain), 1 killed:

2014-09-04 - Dump truck and car collide head-on, in Chaska (Minnesota), 1 killed:

2014-09-04 - Dump truck overturns on highway in Los Banos (California), 1 injured:

2014-09-04 - Army truck hits bridge on the Hutchinson River Parkway in Mount Vernon (New York):

2014-09-04 - Trucks hits its driver at intersection in Marstons Mills (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Quote: "A teen was struck by her own truck at the intersection of Route 149 and Route 28 in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, Thursday afternoon was medflighted to a Boston hospital, authorities confirmed. The 17-year-old female driver had serious injuries as a result of the accident..."

Note: Wait, what? How do you get hit by your own vehicle? Did she get out of it for some reason and it rolled onto her or started itself?

2014-09-04 - Truck hits bridge in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2014-09-04 - Van hits van, overturns, bursts into flame, in South Bound Brook (New Jersey):

2014-09-04 - Van overturns into median on the New York State Thruway near Indian Falls (New York), 1 killed, others injured:

2014-09-04 - Pickup truck veers off road and crashes into the Tualatin River near Gaston (Oregon), 1 lightly injured:

2014-09-04 - Pickup truck veers off road and crashes into canal near Somerton (Arizona), 1 injured:

2014-09-04 - Pickup truck veers off road and crashes into creek in Iselin, near Woodbridge (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2014-09-04 - Sinkhole opens up, swallows truck, at BJ's Wholesale in Pembroke Pines (Florida), near the coast:

2014-09-04 - Cliff collapses along Beach Road, road endangered, near coastal Kakanui (New Zealand):

2014-09-04 - Widespread power outage hits Kelowna (Canada), 10,000 homes go dark:

2014-09-04 - Villagers afflicted with unknown brain problem in Kazakhstan:

Quote: "The villagers began to ask for medical help complaining of drowsiness, memory loss and hallucinations. All of them were diagnosed with 'encephalopathy of unknown etiology.'"

Quote: "Specialists excluded infectious and bacterial factors and assured that the radiation background in the village was within normal limits. The maximum permissible concentration of salt and heavy metals was not exceeded."

Quote: "In May this year, officials at the Ministry of Health said that one of the possible causes of 'sleeping sickness' in the village of Kalachi could become a high concentration of vapors in basements during the heating season."

Quote: "After waking up, the children were behaving inappropriately. They suffered from delusions and hallucinations; some had to be tied up as it seemed that they intended to hurt themselves."

Note: About 60 people have been afflicted. They fall unconscious, experience memory loss, have hallucinations, and when they wake up they're 'not the same' and do crazy shit, like hurting themselves. This sounds very much like hydrogen sulfide poisoning, which is a broad-spectrum poison but does the most damage to the neurology, the brain. They've eliminated pretty much every possibility EXCEPT an environmental toxin. The mentioning of basements is worth noting since hydrogen sulfide, a heavier-than-air gas, will tend to accumulate in basements when it infiltrates buildings. Also, children, being smaller than adults, tend to succumb easier to toxins.

12,000 endangered saiga antelope dropped dead on May 27 in 2010 in Kazakhstan too. That was one of the events that woke me up. They all died in the same area. Since they're grazers, that doesn't happen due to disease - they'd have been scattered over a wider area as the weakest succumbed and then the next weakest and so on, as they moved. So whatever killed them did so very quickly and was 100% fatal. That's when I asked myself: could one of these ancient H2S-methane extinction events be underway now? I've seen plenty enough since then to be certain that that is indeed the case. Your government has been preparing, as best they can, for widespread human die-off and an unsurvivable surface of the Earth. I guess they just don't think it'd be advantageous if YOU knew what was going on...

2014-09-04 - Man, 72, sickens on boat in Lake Superior near Bayfield (Wisconsin):

2014-09-04 - Man, 47, goes into cardiac arrest on boat near Breezy Point in coastal Queens (New York), resuscitated:

2014-09-04 - Man, 46, has chest pains on ship near coastal Port Elizabeth (South Africa), medevac'd off:

Quote: "On Aug 23, 2014, at 8.10 p.m. the ,NSRI Port Elizabeth were activated by the Transnet National Ports Authority to respond to the 'Birch 3', lying at anchorage nine nautical miles off Port Elizabeth, to patient evacuate a 46 year old Filipino sailor suffering chest pains. The NSRI Port Elizabeth launched the sea rescue craft 'Spirit of Toft' accompanied by a relay private ambulance service paramedic and on arrival on-scene the paramedic stabilised the patient who was transferred onto the sea rescue craft and brought to shore and transported to hospital by a Relay private ambulance service ambulance in a stable condition for further treatment."

2014-09-04 - Man falls off cargo ship and disappears into the River Humber near coastal Grimsby (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Passenger sickens on Jet2 plane flight, plane makes emergency landing at London Stansted Airport (Britain):

Note: Another Jet2 flight just made an emergency landing the day prior due to the cabin filling with smoke, mentioned in the 2014-09-03 update...

2014-09-04 - Sulfur dioxide (SO2) cloud from Iceland's fissure eruptions heading toward Britain:

2014-09-04 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Lac qui Parle Lake near Milan (Minnesota):

2014-09-04 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Willen Lake (Britain):


  1. We're very close to one school bus per day igniting into flames. i'm sure if we logged tractor trailers we'd get a much higher rate (but being as there are many more of them and they spend orders of magnitude more time on the road, it wouldn't be surprising). Boats, and trains would give us way less, but these may both increase soon (as the others will also).

    Philly gettin' a lil' "burny" lately (wait, it's the whole state)!

    That story of the Kazakhstan villagers and the antelope I posted intact including your commentary over on NBL and CoIC.

    The animal waste is hitting the rotating propeller driven air displacer.

    When each of your reports documents what's happening in the atmosphere down to sea level and even IN the water, it only strengthens your hypothesis Jonny. Great job.


  2. Now it's on Scribbler's site too, since he has an article on the recent flooding there.