September 16, 2021

A Faux-Rapture Occurred at an H&R Block in Orange County

Of course it was on the Sunday after the failed Rapture (maybe postponed?) which made this woman not only crazy but quite tardy.

Suspicious person/circumstance. 3:39 p.m. Sunday. 22400 block of Antonio Parkway. A woman was seen in front of H&R Block, saying that she is Jesus and dancing around.

[via OCR]

Of course it was on the Sunday after the failed Rapture (maybe postponed?) which made this woman not only crazy but quite tardy.

Suspicious person/circumstance. 3:39 p.m. Sunday. 22400 block of Antonio Parkway. A woman was seen in front of H&R Block, saying that she is Jesus and dancing around.

[via OCR]

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