Source: Douglas Stanglin / USA Today
Family Radio Network preacher Harold Camping, whose prediction for the end of the world on May 21 misfired, now says that his new date of Oct. 21 looks like the real thing, well, probably.
“A lot of things we didn’t have quite right will probably be finished out on Oct. 21,” the 90-year-old Campng says in a message on his Family Radio Network website. “That looks like it will be at this point, looks like it will be the final end of everything.”
After the May 21 debacle, Camping initially said he was “flabbergasted,” but then announced that it had in fact been a “spiritual” End of the World, and that would culminate in the finally, final end on Oct. 21, Time reports.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of followers, including many who had left their jobs, had contributed money for billboards warning of the coming Doomsday. The Los Angeles Times reported that the worldwide campaign cost $100-million campaign for caravans and advertising, financedby the sale and swap of TV and radio stations.
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