Update on Judgment Day Prediction: Where are Harold Camping and followers now?

By on May 22, 2011 in United States, Weird, World Comments

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According to updates from several news sites as of May 21, 2011, Harold Camping, Oakland-based biblical scholar and current radio broadcaster, now seemed to have gone silent over the “doomsday” prediction.

Reports believed that Harold Camping’s end of the world prediction has obviously failed.

As noted, Family Radio, the Christian stations network headed by Harold Camping which had spread his message of an approaching doomsday, was on Saturday playing recorded church music and devotional messages unrelated to the apocalypse.

The headquarters, as allegedly reported, appear to be normally closed on Saturday, but was also shuttered on Friday.

Furthermore, reports attest that the Oakland, California, headquarters of the network of 66 U.S. stations, was shuttered with a sign in the door that read, “This Office is Closed. Sorry we missed you!”

Last Friday, as reports verify, Camping could not be reached immediately for comment on Saturday; unfortunately, reports also revealed that no one answered the door at his house in Alameda, California.

Based from the related records, Oakland Tribune newspaper reports that the prediction has been described as “fabulous for business.”  Allegedly, Camping raised more than $100 million over the past seven years.

His Family Radio non-profit owns 66 radio stations worth more than $72 million in 2009, the Tribune says.  Apparently as revealed by another news site, Family Radio has spent millions of dollars on more than 5,000 billboards that announced the rapture.



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