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M6.7 - HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION Earthquake, 1-13-16, 1-14-16

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Posted: January 14, 2016, 12:25 am - IP Logged

M6.7 - HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION

Magnitude6.7
Date-Time
  • 14 Jan 2016 03:25:34 UTC
  • 14 Jan 2016 12:25:34 near epicenter
  • 13 Jan 2016 22:25:34 standard time in your timezone
Location41.952<-Wheel for Pick 3 and Pick 4-> 142.720 E
Depth51 km     Lots of choices!
Distances
  • 51 km (31 mi) SE of Shizunai, Japan
  • 114 km (70 mi) SSW of Obihiro, Japan
  • 119 km (73 mi) SE of Tomakomai, Japan
  • 122 km (75 mi) SSW of Otofuke, Japan
  • 743 km (460 mi) NNE of Tokyo, Japan
Location UncertaintyHorizontal: 4.8 km; Vertical 5.1 km
ParametersNph = 101; Dmin = 36.6 km; Rmss = 1.22 seconds; Gp = 37°
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    Posted: February 4, 2016, 1:24 pm - IP Logged

    For our resident earthquake-meister, get a load of this. What's a good # for ghosts?

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/horrified-cabbies-pick-up-ghost-passengers-in-area-devastated-by-2011-japan-tsunami/ar-BBp6dI3?li=BBnb7Kz

     

    Horrified cabbies pick up 'GHOST PASSENGERS' in area devastated by 2011 Japan tsunami

    In each instance, the story is similar.

    A taxi driver in north-east Japan picks up a passenger in an area devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

    He starts the meter and asks for the destination, to which the customer gives a strange response.

    Either then, or sometime later, the driver turns around to address the man or woman - but the passenger has vanished.

    This is because, it is claimed, it was a 'ghost passenger' who was, in fact, killed in the disaster five years ago.

    © Provided by Mirror At least seven taxi drivers in Ishinomaki have reported such an experience of a 'phantom fare', according to The Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

    The coastal town in Miyagi Prefecture was among the regions most seriously affected by the deadly tsunami, which killed nearly 16,000 people in total.

    More than 3,000 Ishinomaki residents lost their lives in the tragedy, including 70 students and nine staff members at Ishinomaki Okawa Elementary School.

    Speaking to Yuka Kudo, a student of sociology at Tohoku Gakuin University, one taxi driver told of how he may have seen one of these residents just months after the March 2011 earthquake.

    He said he was working in the town when a young woman dressed in a coat climbed into his cab near Ishinomaki Station and told him: “Please go to the Minamihama (district).”

    Read more: Is 'Kevin the teenage ghost' - who slams doors and kicks chairs - haunting this community centre?

    In response, he told her that the area was 'almost empty' and asked her if she was sure she wished to go there.

    The woman replied in a trembling voice, "Have I died?".

    Chillingly, the driver said he then turned around in his seat - but no one was there.

    Another cabbie, in his forties, spoke of a similar experience.

    He said a young man climbed into his taxi and asked to go to “Hiyoriyama" (mountain).

    The customer would not elaborate on his response, but pointed in the direction he wished to go in, he said.

    The driver set off, but when he eventually pulled over, he realised the passenger had disappeared, the newspaper reports.

    The haunting accounts - which were among seven similar ones - were collected by Ms Kudo as part of her graduation thesis.

    Read more: Rare black fox 'said to bring bad luck to any that see it' spotted in UK

    The student asked more than 100 drivers if they had experienced anything unusual in the wake of the earthquake.

    The question strangely sparked anger among some of the cabbies, but others were willing to discuss their encounters with 'ghost passengers', it is reported.

    © Provided by Mirror

    Ms Kudo said that her research suggests that the drivers believed they were picking up genuine passengers - because they each started their meters.

    She added that many of the seven cabbies who agreed to discuss their mysterious experiences noted that the 'ghosts' were young in age.

    "Young people feel strong chagrin [at their deaths] when they cannot meet the people they love," she said.

    "As they want to convey their bitterness, they may have chosen taxis ... as a medium to do so".

    The drivers did not feel fear toward the vanishing passengers - with one even revealing to Ms Kudo that he lost a family member in the terrifying tsunami that swept through the region.

    Another reportedly said that he would willingly accept a ghost as a customer again.

    The 2011 9-magnitude earthquake was the most powerful quake to ever strike Japan and the fourth most powerful one in the world.

    Read more: Terrified homeowner chased out of Britain's most haunted house - by a SATANIC GOAT

    It triggered a tsnuami with waves of up to 133 feet, which travelled six miles inland, destroying thousands of homes and other buildings in its path.

    Last March, a Japanese National Police Agency report confirmed 15,893 people were killed in the disaster.

     
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      Posted: February 4, 2016, 5:29 pm - IP Logged

      For our resident earthquake-meister, get a load of this. What's a good # for ghosts?

      http://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/horrified-cabbies-pick-up-ghost-passengers-in-area-devastated-by-2011-japan-tsunami/ar-BBp6dI3?li=BBnb7Kz

       

      Horrified cabbies pick up 'GHOST PASSENGERS' in area devastated by 2011 Japan tsunami

      In each instance, the story is similar.

      A taxi driver in north-east Japan picks up a passenger in an area devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

      He starts the meter and asks for the destination, to which the customer gives a strange response.

      Either then, or sometime later, the driver turns around to address the man or woman - but the passenger has vanished.

      This is because, it is claimed, it was a 'ghost passenger' who was, in fact, killed in the disaster five years ago.

      © Provided by Mirror At least seven taxi drivers in Ishinomaki have reported such an experience of a 'phantom fare', according to The Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

      The coastal town in Miyagi Prefecture was among the regions most seriously affected by the deadly tsunami, which killed nearly 16,000 people in total.

      More than 3,000 Ishinomaki residents lost their lives in the tragedy, including 70 students and nine staff members at Ishinomaki Okawa Elementary School.

      Speaking to Yuka Kudo, a student of sociology at Tohoku Gakuin University, one taxi driver told of how he may have seen one of these residents just months after the March 2011 earthquake.

      He said he was working in the town when a young woman dressed in a coat climbed into his cab near Ishinomaki Station and told him: “Please go to the Minamihama (district).”

      Read more: Is 'Kevin the teenage ghost' - who slams doors and kicks chairs - haunting this community centre?

      In response, he told her that the area was 'almost empty' and asked her if she was sure she wished to go there.

      The woman replied in a trembling voice, "Have I died?".

      Chillingly, the driver said he then turned around in his seat - but no one was there.

      Another cabbie, in his forties, spoke of a similar experience.

      He said a young man climbed into his taxi and asked to go to “Hiyoriyama" (mountain).

      The customer would not elaborate on his response, but pointed in the direction he wished to go in, he said.

      The driver set off, but when he eventually pulled over, he realised the passenger had disappeared, the newspaper reports.

      The haunting accounts - which were among seven similar ones - were collected by Ms Kudo as part of her graduation thesis.

      Read more: Rare black fox 'said to bring bad luck to any that see it' spotted in UK

      The student asked more than 100 drivers if they had experienced anything unusual in the wake of the earthquake.

      The question strangely sparked anger among some of the cabbies, but others were willing to discuss their encounters with 'ghost passengers', it is reported.

      © Provided by Mirror

      Ms Kudo said that her research suggests that the drivers believed they were picking up genuine passengers - because they each started their meters.

      She added that many of the seven cabbies who agreed to discuss their mysterious experiences noted that the 'ghosts' were young in age.

      "Young people feel strong chagrin [at their deaths] when they cannot meet the people they love," she said.

      "As they want to convey their bitterness, they may have chosen taxis ... as a medium to do so".

      The drivers did not feel fear toward the vanishing passengers - with one even revealing to Ms Kudo that he lost a family member in the terrifying tsunami that swept through the region.

      Another reportedly said that he would willingly accept a ghost as a customer again.

      The 2011 9-magnitude earthquake was the most powerful quake to ever strike Japan and the fourth most powerful one in the world.

      Read more: Terrified homeowner chased out of Britain's most haunted house - by a SATANIC GOAT

      It triggered a tsnuami with waves of up to 133 feet, which travelled six miles inland, destroying thousands of homes and other buildings in its path.

      Last March, a Japanese National Police Agency report confirmed 15,893 people were killed in the disaster.

       

      resident earthquake-meister .... LOL I like it and I will use it. Wink

       

      http://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/horrified-cabbies-pick-up-ghost-

      passengers-in-area-devastated-by-2011-japan-tsunami/ar-BBp6dI3?li=BBnb7Kz

       

      Fascinating story!  Thanks, Deo-nonfortuna! Sun Smiley

      There are probably ghosts everywhere, but not everyone

      is sensitive enough to pick up those energies. No Pity!White Bounce

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        Posted: February 4, 2016, 7:42 pm - IP Logged
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          Posted: February 4, 2016, 7:55 pm - IP Logged

          Trying it on for size! Big Smile

          Resident Earthquake-Meister

          I'm glad u like ur new job title. Big Smile

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            Posted: February 6, 2016, 7:25 pm - IP Logged

            Spectacular Sakurajima volcano eruption photos captured in Japan by a German photographer.

            Sleeping prophet Edgar Cayce predicted most of Japan will sink to the bottom of the abyss sometime in the 21 century. Is it me or the last picture looks like a white lightning image of the devil, like we saw when WTC was hit by a jet on 9/11.

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              Spectacular Sakurajima volcano eruption photos captured in Japan by a German photographer.

              Sleeping prophet Edgar Cayce predicted most of Japan will sink to the bottom of the abyss sometime in the 21 century. Is it me or the last picture looks like a white lightning image of the devil, like we saw when WTC was hit by a jet on 9/11.

              ShockBlast-Martin-Rietze-Sakurajima-Volcano-Japan-7

               

               

               

               

               

               

               

               

               

              ShockBlast-Martin-Rietze-Sakurajima-Volcano-Japan-2

               

              Thanks Deo, most sizzling spectacular show time by  Madame Pele legendary Polynesian Volcano goddess really whopping up big time, yes definitely see the demonic force through the blood sweat & tears  :-(

              I Agree! I agree Cayce was the best prophet in our modern times 

               

              May we all be protected against all evil

               

               

              Fortes Fortuna Juvat

              Eddessa_Knight with Light Sun Smiley