On Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, a massive boulder (12 X 9 ft.) fell from a ridge and rolled into a St. George, Utah, home, injuring a sleeping woman, Wanda Denhalter.The massive boulder fell from a ridge and slammed into the bedroom, trapping Mrs. Denhalter inside the bedroom, but she was able to call 911.
Mrs. Denhalter suffered a broken jaw, a cracked sternum, and cuts on her leg. Her husband, Scot, was out at the time of the incident, but he says his wife awoke to the sound of the massive rock rumbling downhill. She rolled away from the sound of the noise. Scot says she could have been killed if she had decided to swing her leg to the other side of the bed to investigate.
Just a few days later, on Saturday, Jan. 19, in Holladay, Utah, a massive sinkhole, 20-by-20 ft. wide, 8 to 10 ft. deep, opened under a car in a parking lot on Wasatch Blvd, catching one wheel of the car on the edge of the hole. .
A similar catastrophe occurred in Poway, California, last month when a gigantic rolling boulder crushed the garage of JeNielle Rose-Gendelman. She was in another room of her home when she heard a loud bang, as a 6-by-6-ft. rock rolled down a nearby hill, knocked down a tree, and barreled into her garage, narrowly missing a propane tank by only a few feet. Fortunately, her dog who usually sleeps in the garage, was in the house at the time.
“I went into the garage, and I saw the washing machine on the floor, and then I looked over and saw the rock and couldn’t believe it."
What could have caused these massive boulders to dislodge and roll?
Could Planet X's ever tightening grip and intensifying stress on the Earth have anything to do with it? You bet!
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