Turns out the world didn’t end on Saturday. Thousands of Family Radio Network listeners and followers don’t understand what went wrong with the May 21, 2011 ‘End of Days’ prediction.
Harold Camping , spiritual leader and Doomsday prophet had few words:
“It has been a really tough weekend,” Camping said Sunday, after emerging from his Alameda, California home for the first time to talk to a reporter from the San Francisco Chronicle. “I’m looking for answers … But now I have nothing else to say,” he said…
Camping’s PR team also weighed in:
Camping’s PR aide, Tom Evans, told the L.A. Times that the group is “disappointed” that 200 million true believers weren’t lifted up to heaven on Saturday while everyone else suffered and eventually died as a series of earthquakes and famine destroyed the Earth. “You can imagine we’re pretty disappointed, but the word of God is still true,” Evans said. “We obviously went too far, and that’s something we need to learn from.”
Hat tip WhatReallyHappened