SciencePreparing to Witness an Act of God
Science can explain why Hurricane Florence is threatening my home. But it can’t interpret it.
On Ash Wednesday 1962, the dead didn’t just rise again. They floated.
The Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962 was one of the worst storms to hit the Eastern seaboard in modern memory. One of the places hardest hit was Chincoteague Island, a tiny barrier island off the coast of Virginia. As the island flooded, and residents scurried into their upstairs bedrooms, the tidal surge was so great that it sucked the wooden burial vaults out of the ground. The dead floated down Taylor Street.
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Thursday, September 13, 2018
Preparing to Witness an Act of God