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California / Earthquake / Nostradamus Predictions #562653

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 09, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) French philosopher Nostradamus' predictions re: devastating earthquake featured. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: Keith Morrison) [PEOPLE - comment on predictions.] Scenes shown from Orson Welles' docudrama called "The Man Who Saw Tomorrow". Los Angeles' Griffith Observatory reported inundated with calls with regard to planetary alignment. [MAN - comments on planets.] People shown buying earthquake gear. [MAN - shows shirt.] [Psychiatrist Dr. Robert BUTTERWORTH - comments on earthquake anxiety.] [Astrologer Hamilton FARMER - says earthquake coming.] [Astrologer Shelley von STRUNKLE - says earthquake will occur in NYC.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Morrison, Keith

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