People strolled in Berea on Friday and didn't seem concerned about the predicted end of the world. An author had suggested that Berea would be a good place to be if the apocalypse comes.
People strolled in Berea on Friday and didn't seem concerned about the predicted end of the world. An author had suggested that Berea would be a good place to be if the apocalypse comes. Lexington Herald-Leader
People strolled in Berea on Friday and didn't seem concerned about the predicted end of the world. An author had suggested that Berea would be a good place to be if the apocalypse comes. Lexington Herald-Leader

Author picked Berea as place to be for Apocalypse 2012; all was quiet Friday

December 21, 2012 06:10 PM

UPDATED December 22, 2012 09:10 AM

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