The California radio preacher who predicted that the end of the world would take place last month has suffered a stroke.
The radio host who predicted the world would end last Saturday says he’s ready to talk about why the apocalypse didn’t arrive.
They spent months warning the world of the apocalypse, some giving away earthly belongings or draining their savings accounts. And so they waited, vigilantly, on Saturday for the appointed hour to arrive. When 6 p.m. came and went at various spots around the globe, and no extraordinary cataclysm occurred, Harold Camping followers took it in stride.
Skeptics are wondering why Harold Camping hasn’t parted with his ministry’s estimated $56 million fortune despite making a prediction that the end of the world begins tomorrow.
This Saturday, May 21, is Judgment Day.