SmokingGunII wrote:The only one I found on the BBC website was with Robert Eaton's alleged sister. In truth, she didn't appear to be an actress to my eyes? She did live in quite a large house though (assuming it was hers) with a swimming pool in the back garden. Maybe Antipodean who has done much research on Eaton, has more info on her?
reichstag fireman wrote:From http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-14824448
Might she be a CG? Note that from 1:09 through to 1:16, there's maybe a background slip that's either a false pan or a layering issue...? Also the luma lifts then drops back just before this.
Twin Tornadoes Strike In New York City
http://news.sky.com/story/982763/twin-tornadoes-strike-in-new-york-city - Sky News -
Two tornadoes have struck New York City, pulling down power lines and trees, ripping off roofs and hurling debris into the air.
One struck the Canarsie area in Brooklyn, and the second hit about seven minutes later at Breezy Point, a beachfront neighbourhood in Queens borough, the National Weather Service said.
Videos taken by bystanders showed a funnel cloud sucking up water, then sand, and then small pieces of buildings, as the first moved through Breezy Point.
Winds reached up to 110mph (177kph) and several homes and trees were damaged. No serious injuries were reported.
Residents had advance notice from the weather service which had issued a tornado warning for Queens and Brooklyn at around 10.40am. However, the storm still took many people by surprise when it struck around 20 minutes later.
"I was showing videos of tornadoes to my four-year-old on my phone, and two minutes later, it hit," said Breezy Point resident Peter Maloney. "Just like they always say, it sounded like a train."
In the storm's wake, the community of seaside bungalows was littered with broken flower pots, knocked-down fences and smashed windows.
The severe weather delayed play at US Open tennis tournament a few miles away, though Briton Andy Murray still managed to win his semi-final match.
The tornadoes struck as part of a line of storms that were expected to bring damaging winds, hail, heavy rain and possibly more tornadoes in other parts of the northeast including sections of New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.
Tornadoes were once extremely rare in New York, but they have occurred with regularity in recent years.
Pug wrote:Hi guys,
unsure if this belongs here, but get this headline:Twin Tornadoes Strike In New York City
"Winds reached up to 110mph (177kph) and several homes and trees were damaged. No serious injuries were reported.
Residents had advance notice from the weather service which had issued a tornado warning for Queens and Brooklyn at around 10.40am. However, the storm still took many people by surprise when it struck around 20 minutes later."
One guy, who made Apps for Microsoft no less, said he had known of colleagues who have been approached to develop random footage of people in a variety of locations, parks, street corners, standing in front of rubble, in generic places, having them either speak with NO words or in a number of languages, but saying random, once again, statements such as 'I was walking my dog when it happened. It was extremely frightening.'
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