Saturday, October 6, 2018

Event Update For 2018-10-05

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: Variety Pack

2018-10-05 - As the oceans warm, the Gulf of St. Lawrence losing oxygen:

Quote: "But now there are concerns that a different North American gulf is also losing oxygen. And it’s closer to home. The Gulf of St. Lawrence is warming — and losing oxygen faster — than almost any region in the world’s oceans, closing in on becoming hypoxic in some areas as well. That’s the findings of a new study by scientists based at the University of Washington."

2018-10-05 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame, plane makes emergency landing in Shiraz (Iran):

Quote: "An Iranian Airbus A320 airplane bound from Shiraz to Muscat was forced to make an immediate return after one of its engines caught fire shortly after take-off on Friday, while it has 102 passengers on board."

2018-10-05 - Russian MiG-29 fighter jet ignites and crashes into forest near Dmitrovskoye (Russia), both pilots eject:

Quote: "Russia’s Channel 5 reported earlier that the MiG-29 had made an emergency landing at the Zhukovsky airport in Moscow Region after a fire erupted in the cabin during a test flight. According to the media outlet, one person was injured in the incident."

Quote: "One of the engines of the jet caught fire and the blaze led to the plane crash, sources familiar with the situation revealed."

Note: These are the 1667h and 168th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-05 - Waste wood recycling center hit by fire at 12:22 AM, 100 tons of wood chips burn, in Greenford suburb of coastal London (Britain):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside warehouse, fire spreads to warehouse, in Montana Vista (Texas):

Quote: "The owner of the warehouse told reporter Holly Bock that a car inside the building sparked the fire."

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at library in coastal Greenwich (Connecticut):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame in the wee hours while parked at home in Longmeadow (Massachusetts):

Quote: "Police Officer Kevin Rowley, on routine patrol, helped residents safely escape their home early Friday after he saw a car burst into flames in their driveway."

2018-10-05 - Hundreds of birds found dead in Mokotów, Warsaw (Poland), near the Vistula River:,Hundreds-of-birds-found-dead-in-Warsaw

2018-10-05 - Naked man runs around in traffic, gets arrested, goes into medical distress and dies, in Little Italy area in coastal San Diego (California):

Note: The Little Italy neighborhood is a block from the waterfront. Also, this area is less than 80 miles southeast of the swath of coastal area that was just hit by hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the ocean, mentioned in the 2018-10-02 update...

2018-10-05 - Fishing ship 'Sei Whale' damaged by deadly explosion near coastal Las Palmas (Spain), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "The Russian MRCC reported on Oct. 4, that an explosion had occurred on fish factory Sei Whale (3834 gt, built 1981), while on passage from Nouadhibou to Las Palmas in the North Atlantic. As a result of the explosion, one crew member was killed, and one was injured."

Note: This is the 886th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-05 - Passenger train bursts into flame in Grantham (Britain):

Quote: "It is not the first Hull Trains service to catch fire this year. In May, passengers had to be evacuated in Welwyn North, near London, after the 'engine exploded'."

2018-10-05 - School bus bursts into flame on the A16 in tunnel in the Canton of Jura (Switzerland):

Quote: "A group of French school children had a narrow escape when their bus caught fire in a tunnel in canton Jura."

Note: This is the 154th school bus to burn in 2018, and this is the 569th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-10-05 - Crane truck bursts into flame on Route 22 in Hanover Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-10-05 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at 4 AM near Meyersville in DeWitt County (Texas):

2018-10-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame while parked at truck stop in Utica (Illinois):

Quote: "Truck drivers and firefighters endured some tense moments this morning when the interior of a locked tractor-trailer rig with a sleeper unit caught on fire in the parking lot at Love’s travel stop on the north side of Utica."

2018-10-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at business in West Fargo (North Dakota):

2018-10-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M6 near Stoke-on-Trent (Britain):

2018-10-05 - Tractor bursts into flame in Higford (Britain):

2018-10-05 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame near Marton Road in Long Itchington (Britain):

Note: These are the 2147th, 2148th, 2149th, 2150th, 2151st, 2152nd and 2153rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-05 - RV and mobile home destroyed by fire in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Firefighters say one trailer and one RV are a total loss."

Note: This is the 439th RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-05 - Van bursts into flame while parked at home in LaVerkin (Utah):

2018-10-05 - Van bursts into flame on Christleton Road in Boughton (Britain), near the River Dee:

2018-10-05 - Utility truck bursts into flame on I-565 in Huntsville (Alabama):

2018-10-05 - SUV bursts into flame on Highway 487 near Casper (Wyoming):

2018-10-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on US 101 in Santa Maria (California):

2018-10-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 6 AM on Wellington Court in Bracebridge (Canada), bakery burns separately:

Quote: "It was a busy night for the Bracebridge brigade as there was also a truck fire this morning at 6:00am on Wellington Court. A Dodge truck was destroyed in the blaze."

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame on Route 3 in coastal Duxbury (Massachusetts):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame on I-220 in Jackson (Mississippi):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in Chesterfield (Virginia):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame on State Route 66 in Warrick County (Indiana):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame on Letcher Street in Henderson (Kentucky):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame at the Australian War Memorial in Campbell (Australia):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame on Arbroath Road in coastal Dundee (Scotland):

2018-10-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at hospital in Durham (Britain):

2018-10-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-68 near Flintstone (Maryland):

2018-10-05 - Motorcycle bursts into flame at 3:57 AM on Rosedale Grove in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Rosedale Grove, Hull. Fri 5 Oct 2018 03:57 (No:22323) Motorbike involved in fire. Hose reel in use."

2018-10-05 - Forklift bursts into flame in Shaftesbury, Dorset (Britain):

2018-10-05 - SUV and garage destroyed by fire at home, home damaged, on Limerick Drive in Kitchener (Canada):

Quote: "Extensive damage was done to the back house, specifically the garage where a vehicle was destroyed. "

2018-10-05 - Van, car, RV trailer and two garages go up in flames on High Street in Twerton (Britain):

2018-10-05 - Barn destroyed by fire near the A3 in Godalming (Britain):

2018-10-05 - Construction company heavily damaged by massive fire at 3 AM in Columbus (Mississippi):

2018-10-05 - Auto glass business heavily damaged by huge fire in Chehalis (Washington):

2018-10-05 - Strip mall damaged by fire in Bountiful (Utah):

2018-10-05 - Ink factory devastated by huge fire in Kanpur (India):

2018-10-05 - Cotton factory heavily damaged by fire in Lucknow (India):

2018-10-05 - Garage goes up in flames at 4 AM at home in Ware (Massachusetts):

2018-10-05 - Mobile home heavily damaged by fire near Carey Avenue and Belmont Street in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2018-10-05 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in Las Cruces (New Mexico), nobody there:

2018-10-05 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in Freeburg (Illinois), nobody there:

2018-10-05 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 3 AM in coastal Hallandale Beach (Florida), pets killed:

2018-10-05 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Greystone Road in Greeneville (Tennessee):

2018-10-05 - Home damaged by fire in Secor (Illinois), 9 injured:

2018-10-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Penfield (New York), cat killed:

2018-10-05 - Home under renovation heavily damaged by fire in Cleveland (Ohio), nobody there:

2018-10-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Niagara Falls (New York), nobody there:

2018-10-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Menlo Park (California), 2 cats killed, nobody there:

2018-10-05 - Home destroyed by fire on Third Avenue in Albany (New York), nobody there:

2018-10-05 - Home destroyed by fire near Mueller State Park (Colorado), nobody there:

2018-10-05 - Home destroyed by fire just before 5 AM in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2018-10-05 - Duplex destroyed by fire in North Providence (Rhode Island), near the coast:

2018-10-05 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire in Malden (Massachusetts):

2018-10-05 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Mary Ann Lane in coastal Bay Point (California), 1 injured:

2018-10-05 - Vacant home burns in Pratt City (Alabama):

2018-10-05 - Sperm whale calf washes ashore and dies in coastal Flagler Beach (Florida):

2018-10-05 - Fish and snails bubble up dead in Madiwala Lake in Bengaluru (India):

Quote: "Earlier there have been reports of dwindling number of migratory birds around the lake."

2018-10-05 - Four sailors die in ship's storeroom near coastal Salalah (Oman):

2018-10-05 - Passenger, man, 53, has heart attack on passenger plane, dies shortly later, after departing from coastal Bangkok (Thailand):

2018-10-05 - Woman, 54, has heart attack and dies in swimming pool at villa in coastal Okrug Gornji on the island of Ciovo (Croatia):

2018-10-05 - Teen boy has 'medical emergency' during ROTC practice at school, dies shortly later, in Menifee (California):

Quote: "A student at a Menifee high school has died after having a medical emergency during ROTC practice Friday morning, school officials said."

2018-10-05 - Man, 44, has 'medical emergency' on motorcycle and dies, motorcycle crashes, in Maryville (Tennessee):

Quote: "Investigators said medical personnel at Blount Memorial Hospital determined Turner likely died of a medical emergency."

2018-10-05 - Man, 57, found dead at gas station in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2018-10-05 - Woman found dead in Lake Travis near Austin (Texas):

2018-10-05 - Man, 74, falls into the water and dies in Lake Townsend in Greensboro (North Carolina):

2018-10-05 - Woman, 40, falls into the water and dies in Lake Lanier (Georgia):

2018-10-05 - Man, 57, found dead at 2:45 AM on Weaver Street in Rochester (New York):

2018-10-05 - Person found dead in the Elizabeth River near Mattano Park in Elizabeth (New Jersey):

2018-10-05 - Woman found dead near Gray Road in North Yarmouth (Maine), near the coast:

2018-10-05 - Man, 46, goes hunting, next seen dead in Klamath National Forest (California):

2018-10-05 - Man, 85, found dead in Pollmiller Lake in West Point (Iowa):

2018-10-05 - Woman, 51, found dead in marshy area in North Platte (Nebraska):

2018-10-05 - Woman, 25, found dead in the North Saskatchewan River near Duvernay (Canada):

2018-10-05 - Man found dead in the water near boardwalk in coastal Chaguaramas on the island of Trinidad:

2018-10-05 - Man found dead in the water at beach in Fitts Village on the island of Barbados:

2018-10-05 - Man, 40 to 50, found dead in canal in coastal Bangkok (Thailand):

2018-10-05 - Person found dead in the River Clyde near coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2018-10-05 - Passenger has 'medical issue', plane makes emergency landing at airport in Dieppe (Canada), near the coast:

Quote: "Airport Spokesperson Julie Pondant says it was due to a medical issue, and the plane was only on the ground for a short time, before departing again."

2018-10-05 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on ferry ship near the Channel Islands (Britain):

Quote: "The Yarmouth lifeboat transferred the passenger to a waiting ambulance after a medical emergency was declared as the freight and passenger ferry left the south coast of England."

2018-10-05 - Woman has 'medical issue' car crashes into traffic island, on I-15 near St. George (Utah):

Quote: "The driver was southbound on I-15 when she took Exit 2. As the car traveled east across the overpass toward Southern Parkway, she suffered 'some type of medical issue' and the car began drifting into oncoming traffic lanes, Adams said. The vehicle then jumped the curb, took out some brush and became lodged on the traffic island."

2018-10-05 - Woman, 66, has 'medical condition', car crashes into vehicles at bank, in Mitchell (South Dakota):

Quote: "Authorities believe a medical condition caused a 66-year-old female driver traveling southbound on Burr Street to lose control of her Chevrolet Malibu on Friday, causing a crash in a parking lot."

2018-10-05 - Small plane crash-lands along Highway 45 in Clark County (Mississippi):

2018-10-05 - Small plane makes emergency crash-landing in field in Putnam County (Ohio), engine failure:

2018-10-05 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on the N3 near coastal Durban (South Africa), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-10-05 - Tractor trailer overturns into ditch on I-96 in Ottawa County (Michigan), 1 lightly injured:

2018-10-05 - Tractor trailer overturns on road in Marcus (Iowa):

2018-10-05 - Van veers over centerline, his passenger bus head-on, near Tver (Moscow), 13 killed, 3 injured:

2018-10-05 - Pickup truck and tractor trailer crash in Coachella (California), 2 injured:

2018-10-05 - Two cars collide head-on in coastal Pennsville (New Jersey), 3 killed, 2 injured:

2018-10-05 - Car crashes into ditch, bursts into flame, in Chesapeake (Virginia), 1+ killed:

2018-10-05 - Family dog attacks and kills infant in coastal Clearwater (Florida):

2018-10-05 - Woman's dog attacks and kills her in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2018-10-05 - Sinkhole continues growing on soccer field in Magheracloone (Ireland):

2018-10-05 - Water main breaks, sinkhole forms, area floods, in North Park area in coastal San Diego (California):

2018-10-05 - Cleveland judge refuses to send petty criminals to jail until inmates stop mysteriously dying:

2018-10-05 - Heavy rain and flooding turn streets into rivers in Calabria (Italy), 2+ killed:

2018-10-05 - October snow hits parts of Montana making it difficult for some ranchers to reach their cattle:

2018-10-05 - IMF warns of second Great Depression:

2018-10-05 - Environmental Photographer of the Year 2018 images reveal the fragile state of planet Earth:

2018-10-05 - Scientists publish scathing article accusing DARPA of genetically modifying insects for use as bioweapon to spread agricultural viruses:

2018-10-05 - Large mysterious 'structure' appears in ISS live feed camera:

2018-10-05 - Canada’s legendary Ogopogo lake monster caught on video:


  1. Mornin' Jonny, friends and fellow readers. It's becoming increasingly clear that humanity is feeding on itself. Economically, socially, culturally, environmentally and with respect to technology. Many "strange" theories are flying around the internet (itself a BIG problem) about microwave radiation depleting cells of water, about wi-fi being the cause of massive changes in our environment and causing all kinds of bizarre occurrences, like collapsing buildings, unusual insect swarms, outbreaks of diseases never before seen in the local areas they happen in.

    JJFH is taking its toll on humanity and all life on Earth. Few even KNOW about this. We're being constantly distracted so as not to focus on any one thing for very long. Likewise, our technology is harmful, but the "side effects" are downplayed and kept out of the mainstream media.

    Something is going on in Antarctica, whereby VISIBLE (on radar) enormous flashes of energy are being propagated upward to the rest of the globe. If there is an "agenda" it's probably to kill off as much of humanity as possible because we're depleting the resources that keep us alive at too fast a rate to be sustainable for very much longer. The powers that be KNOW this and, ignorant as humanity is, they're banking on wiping out most of us so THEY can stay alive for a bit longer. Of course it's futile, but, like geo-engineering, they're allowing it anyway. Life is being shorted out via multiple factors, all of them hostile to existence.

    A world-wide currency collapse is happening while chem-trails and other lethal sprays are being spewed into the atmosphere, while 5-G wi-fi is being rolled out, while diseases like Yellow Fever, Plague, and Monkey Pox are breaking out in multiple countries, including in the U.S.

    Water itself is becoming toxic. People are sickening and dying on planes, in terrestrial vehicles and in watery areas.

    Thanks for another great post today, Jonny. This one really got me thinkin'.

  2. Worst Job Growth In A Year – Way Below Expectations

    We just got more evidence that the U.S. economy is starting to slow down. The U.S. economy must produce somewhere around 200,000 jobs a month just to keep up with population growth, and last month we were way below that number. In fact, the employment numbers that the government released on Friday were the worst that we have seen in an entire year. In late 2018, the IMF is openly warning of “a second Great Depression”, and indications that another economic crisis is coming are emerging all around us. Many had been hoping that very strong employment numbers on Friday would change that trend, but instead it was “the worst performance since last September”…

    But even though the number of jobs created did not even come close to keeping up with population growth, we are told that the unemployment rate actually declined, and some media outlets are proudly touting this as some sort of “success”.

    A separate measure of unemployment that includes discouraged workers and those holding jobs part-time for economic reasons — sometimes called the “real unemployment rate” — edged higher to 7.5 percent.
    And according to, the actual unemployment rate in the United States right now is 21.3 percent. That is down slightly from the peak, but it is nowhere even close to where we were before the last recession. [more]

    The Empire Is Under Big Mac Attack

    The endgame is becoming very clear now. Who will the nutjobs blame when this circus collapses like a cheap tent, the mirror? [more]

    Sunday, 7 October 2018
    Much higher-than-normal temperatures at the North Pole

    Much higher temperatures at the North Pole at the end of the melt season [more]

    Coronal holes are common this one is unusually large (It's one million km long) NOAA upgrade geomagnetic storm alert set to hit tomorrow

    It stretches more than 900,000 km from the sun's north polar crown across the equator into the sun's southern hemisphere, it is a giant and the solar wind being ejected from this monster is heading toward Earth at one million mph and will hit the Earth's magnetosphere head on.

    This could be significant for The Pacific Ring Of Fire especially the Indonesia area where the people are recovering from the M 7.4 quake and tsunami last Friday, many scientists now believe these coronal holes have a large influence on quake and volcanic activity on our planet, we will see. [more]

    At least 11 dead with more than a hundred injured as a magnitude 5.9 quake topples homes in northern Haiti

    Clouds of monstrous hyperaggressive mosquitoes Psorophora ciliata have invaded the Carolinas in the wake of Hurricane Florence

    While not known to transmit human disease, the supersize skeeters are quick to mob any mammal they can find, any time, day or night, and deliver a fearsome bite.

    “It’s like somebody shoving a hot poker in your arm,” says Turturro.
    “It burns like hell.” [more]

    “I’ve been here all my life and I’ve never seen anything like this.” Florida red tide bloom now stretches from the Gulf of Mexico to Fort Lauderdale

    This summer has seen the death of millions, maybe billions of marine species from birds to fish, manatees, dolphins and turtles due to a red tide algae bloom with many experts saying they have never seen anything like it before. [more]

    Countdown to Extinction: NTHE in 5 Minutes [~ 5 min. video]

  3. Hurricane Florence's toll on US homes and businesses has now hit 11 figures

    The property damage done by Hurricane Florence's epic flooding and pounding wind is becoming clear -- and fixing what broke won't be cheap.

    Across the three states hardest hit -- North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia -- the cost to rebuild is staggering. Here's a look at the devastation's price tag: $45 billion

    As in Katrina, most homes and businesses devastated by Florence's floodwaters were not insured for damage from rising water. Those homes account for more than two-thirds of the total estimated uninsured flood loss, CoreLogic's estimate shows.

    In North Carolina alone, floods could cost uninsured home and commercial property owners as much as $14.5 billion, while the figure could reach $3.5 billion in South Carolina and $500 million in Virginia. [more]

    Man dies after being bitten by fire ants [short video]

    Bond-market bloodbath likely to hit mortgage rates soon — another test for the housing market

    [uhm . . the test is over - we failed]

  4. [pretty sure most everyone's heard this by now]
    20 killed in horrific limousine crash in upstate New York

    Caribbean depression forecast to be a tropical storm, may develop into Hurricane Michael

    The tropical disturbance in the Caribbean became Tropical Depression No. 14 on Sunday, and the National Hurricane Center thinks the storm has a more muscular future.

    "Some strengthening is forecast during the next several days, and the depression is expected to become a tropical storm later today," according to an advisory at 11 a.m. "The system could become a hurricane by Tuesday night or Wednesday." [more]

    5.9 quake strikes Haiti, shaking & damaging buildings - At least 12 dead (UPDATE)

    Update: Miami Herald reports:
    At least 12 deaths have been confirmed following an earthquake in northwest Haiti, after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake shook the island late Saturday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

    At least five of the deaths were registered in the the Port-de-Paix area, Jerry Chandler, the head of the country's Civil Protection disaster response unit, told the Miami Herald.

    "Search and rescue, and assessment still ongoing," said Chandler, who had teams activated throughout the northwest and in Gros Morne. In some areas, efforts were being stymied by rain, which had flooded streets.

    Mondestin said his report indicates that 162 people suffered minor injuries in the northwest region and eight were seriously injured. He said help had arrived from Port-au-Prince including an ambulance, a surgeon, a nurse and medical supplies.

    Tremors were felt throughout the country, triggering panic. At least two aftershocks were also registered, according to Civil Protection.

    [from today's Farm Report]
    Winter arrives a month early in Himachal Pradesh, India

    "It's very cold here. Several feet of snowfall have uprooted fruit trees and destroyed our crops. Definitely, the winter season has started early and is going to be very harsh, said Rattan Katoch, a resident from Koksar village.

    The meteorological department predicts more snowfall on high hills in Himachal between October 8 and 10. [more]

    Huge alligator found hanging out on Louisiana porch: 'Brings new meaning to the welcome mat!'

    [from our Health desk]
    Outbreak of rare disease leaves 6 children with polio-like symptoms [~ 2.5 min. news report]

  5. Greetings All,
    Thanks Jonny for the site it's incredibly interesting to ponder the happenings going on about the place at the moment. It's funny walking down the street thinking that there is almost certainly not a single person one might meet, come across or see that has the slightest inkling of what is going down. It's a bizarre feeling.
    I know where you're coming from Tom very nice little "thought piece" there. Sometimes I just sit back and think : is this for real ? I'd say you guys probably feel the same way sometimes. Man, it's over the top is it not !? Ha,ah well....

    Tom N. in The Land of Oz ( ever more surreal with every passing day )

  6. Yeah, surreal - like living in a Twilight Zone episode and we can't get out!