This Date In 1890

On this date in 1890, as massive tornado outbreak in the Ohio Valley killed hundreds of people and wiped out dozens of towns. At the same time, a building flood on the Mississippi River was forecast to wipe out New Orleans.

03 Apr 1890, Page 2 – The Morganton Herald at Newspapers.com

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2 Responses to This Date In 1890

  1. John F. Hultquist says:

    In the 1800s in the Ohio Valley, a major product was corn whisky. Each hollow had a still, some say, fired by hardwoods of the region.
    Revenuers roamed the hills looking for CO2 production and thus the stills.
    Barrels were chopped open and good whisky soaked the earth.
    The hill country has been going down hill ever since.
    Massive tornado outbreaks still batter the Ohio Valley.
    No one can explain this.
    – – winking smiley face – – Poe’s Law

  2. stephan says:

    Just came across this video about the “Event 201” in 2019
    Listen to this guy from 09:30 minutes in blaming global warming for increasing pandemics.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRJpP83MqNs&feature=youtu.be

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