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Disasters of the Deadly Nature

by Angie-Marie Garcia

Disasters of the Deadly Nature is controversial, filled with information on the deadliest disasters known to man including the Oklahoma bombing. Was Timothy McVeigh just a scapegoat for a government sting operation gone bad? Or the fact a comet or asteroid / earth impac1t is more a reality than many want to believe. A close call in the 1980's woke the scientific space community to how unprepared the earth is. And what about the Titanic? The ship was plagued from the moment Titanic was placed in water. But the person ultimately blamed for Titanicís demise was not even on board or had anything to do with Titanic. And to this day his family is trying to clear his name. Disasters of A Deadly Nature will open the door to a new reality and fill your mind with more than catchy headlines and stories without substance flowing like runny soup, but with satisfying meat and potatoes to fill your knowledge palate.

About Angie-Marie Garcia: born at Winnipeg, Canada in 1964, under the most unlucky star when it came to disasters. Since a young age she had experienced one after another. Her firsr brush with disaster was at the young age of 5. at the campground where she was camping in was struck by a category 4 tornado. As Angie grew up she seem to be where the disasters were heading. When she traveled to Mexico she met face to face with Hurricane Gilbert, A flood of the Century in her home town, a deadly heatwave in south Texas and the attack on the World Trade Centre among the most notable.

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  • Date: 08/21/2002
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