Epic May Fail. The World Will Now End on October 21

Epic May Fail. The World Will Now End on October 21

Harold Camping has readjusted his apocalypse clock, and apologized to the 200 million Christians who weren’t lifted into heaven on Saturday May 21.

Published May 24, 2011

Whew! Harold Camping has readjusted his apocalypse clock and apologized to the 200 million Christians who weren’t lifted into heaven on Saturday, May 21, and the billions who would have been left behind.

 

The 89-year-old California preacher said at his Family Radio International headquarters in Oakland that he was sorry, as the Associated Press put it, for not having the dates “worked out as accurately as I could have."

 

That’s an understatement.

 

Perhaps Camping can use any left-over money that his followers donated to paint over the incorrect date on the more than 5,000 billboards across the nation, and on 20 RVs which signaled incorrectly when the Rapture was supposed to have occurred.

 

Before the world didn’t end, BET took a look at the Top Doomsday Prophecies.

 

(Photo: ASSOCIATED PRESS, AP)

Written by Frank McCoy

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