"Those damn things give me a headache'
I've been meaning to post a link to this story, but hadn't had a chance. A few weeks ago, we had over 100 micro-quakes underneath South Sister. A retired math teacher in Albany says that the earthquakes aren't over. Why? His headaches tell him so.
Retired math teacher Jerry Hurley of Albany believes the seismic rumbling isn't over beneath the bulge swelling the land at the South Sister volcano in the Central Oregon Cascades.
Apparently he's been getting these headaches for 20 years. The comments on the article are entertaining, and I'm with the comments: the guy sounds a bit loopy.
How does he know? His headaches tell him so -- and after 21 years charting the links between those headaches and earthquakes near and far, he's used to the snickers, chuckles or outright guffaws, but is quite serious about his tie to the Earth rumbling beneath our feet.