Harold Camping suffers stroke, voice affected, reports say

By on Jun 14, 2011 in United States, World Comments

Harold Camping, the Family Radio minister who predicted that Judgement Day will start last May 21,2011 but did not come true, reportedly suffered a stroke.

Harold Camping on video interview about
Judgement Day to start last May 21,2011

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As noted at Oakland Tribune on Sunday, June 12, Harold Camping was brought to a hospital suffered a stroke on Thursday, June 9, after suffering from a stroke.

According to the report, an identified neighbor of Harold Camping told them that the rapture predictor suffered a stroke and it was on his right side.

“His speech appears to be a little bit slurred but otherwise he’s OK,” the neighbor was quoted as saying, adding that the 89-year old radio preacher spoke to his wife Shirley on Friday.

On Saturday morning, Charles Menut, the regional manager for Family Stations Inc., Family Radio‘s parent company, reportedly posted a Yahoo group message announcing the news to all the supporters of Family Radio.

“Please just pray for him and do not try to contact anyone at his home or Family Radio,” Menut apparently wrote, noting that Camping’s family members are enough to handle the situation.

Menut added that an update about Camping’s health condition may be announced on Monday, June 13, but reports said he remained unreachable for more comments as of Saturday.

Apparently, Harold Camping was mocked after his prediction that “the end of the world will start on May 21, 2011” did not happen, and later said it will be on October 21, 2011.

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