Doomsday Rescheduled: 'Researcher' Moves End Of The World To OctoberThe controversial doomsayer claims his Sept. 23 prediction was misinterpreted and that the world will actually end at some point starting in October.
Military Strikes Cause Boom In Underground Bunker BusinessThe Trump administration's increased military strikes might cause fear for some people. But for one North Texas man, it means big bucks.
5-Star Resort For Those Preparing For DoomsdaySixty miles north of Dallas, far away from the constant roar of traffic, there's something going up in rural Fannin County that's generating buzz.
The End Of The World? North Texas Scientist Says NoThe Earth has been spinning for 4.5 billion years. It's population, 6.9 billion people. But that could all become history, tomorrow.
Supposed Judgment Day Comes And Goes Without IncidentDark clouds hung in the sky and doomsday warnings spread like wildfire leading up to this supposed judgment weekend. But when the clock finally struck 6 p.m., this May 21, 2011, North Texas seemed, well, the same as usual, actually.

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