What in the white audacity? Where are the children? Anyone following this mess?
One of my coworkers thinks they joined a cult, but I can't remember why
The stepfather is the author of doomsday religious novels. Maybe they were in some kind of cult?One of my coworkers thinks they joined a cult, but I can't remember why
I listen to crime, creepypasta and full body chills podcasts. I should be fine.
Whew. I'm a lightweight girl. Twas too much but you seem ready.I listen to crime, creepypasta and full body chills podcasts. I should be fine.
I heard Michelle McNamara's book on the East Area Rapist/Golden State Killer give you creepy looking over the shoulder vibes too and that was on my list to start this weekend. I prepped by listening to a 5 part podcast about it. I'll be interested to see if I can get through this one this weekend instead. Lol.
While I think that they spent too much, the Mormon preparation requirements make a lot of sense. Mormons are probably home in with their sister wives instead of out catching Coronavirus while fighting over the last gallon of milk at Costco.Jessica and her then-husband took these end-times predictions seriously. The couple cashed out their retirement to buy two large canvas tents and invest in a year’s supply of food, charcoal, fuel and a wide variety of survival gear. She estimates they spent between $15,000 to $20,000 on emergency preparation supplies.