Doomsday timeline: Dates when David Meade, others said the world was supposed to end

The start to the end of the world is coming this fall, according to doomsday writer David Meade.

Meade, who said he is using astronomy and the Biblical book of Revelations, has predicted that Oct. 15 will be the start of the tribulation – the seven-year period that brings the demise of the world.

“Hold on and watch – wait until the middle of October and I don’t believe you’ll be disappointed,” said Meade, who also predicted a “magnificent sign in the skies” will occur on Sept. 23.

Meade certainly isn’t the first person who predicted the end of the world. Here’s a look at some other recent times the world was supposed to end.

October 7, 2015

Chris McMann, the leader of the eBible Fellowship group in Philadelphia, warned that the world would be destroyed by a fire on Oct. 7, 2015. When that didn’t happen, McCann told The Guardian it was “surprising.”

eBible Fellowship appears to still be in existence.

December 21, 2012

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