about the beginning of the month I watched a video of the fire that happened in Carr (redding CA) and I watched the video about 20x, in slow mo,
picking some things out. I also saved that video and about 5-6 others on the same neighborhood in the same day. I downloaded them to my hard drive.
Well I was watching some other videos of other fires in CA that had the same oddities I saw so I looked through my browser history (both of them) and
no trace of anything related to that (spent 3 hours looking). Looked through my Youtube history (stored online with youtube) and nothing there.
Looked through my favorites and liked video's and not there either (which I marked it) I tried to see if I could find comments I posted on the video
and that wasn't possible but I posted the oddities I found in the video.
So, I downloaded them, right? Well about a week ago, my hard drive (which I run health checks on weekly) just died. My computer locked up (hasn't
happened in 4 years) and my STORAGE drive, not my operating system drive, was gone, all 4TB of it. Yeah I know dummy me not backing up but everything
was protected (surge, excellent components/PSU, UPS, power conditioner, etc) and the drive was reported to be in "excellent" condition, 98% health and
only 15 months old. So I'm suspicious of this and I had A LOT of other suspicious YT videos from the years (probably 1,000+)
So I'm looking for a video of the Carr fire where they show video of the fire tornado, or vortex, engulfing like 100-300yards wide (ariel shot, which
seemed odd b/c it looked too close), there was a brunett woman (about 25) who wore a black tank top and may have talked about her kids and sounded
extra emotional like it was forced, there was a woman who showed 1/2 her fence burnt (and trash cans melted) in between two houses but the rest was
fine/unburnt, a closeup of a concrete angel (about 15-18" high), shots of a front load washer & dryer next to each other burnt out (close ups of
this), then another with a front load washer by itself. Two older men were interviewed and the one towards the end of was all emotional and saying
something about rebuilding for kids and having memories. The also showed ariel views of the fire while it burnt (the massive tornado) as well as
after. I would say the video was 2-3 mins long but maybe 5
I know that isn't a lot to go on, I think it was a local TV station that did the report but I know I watched it on Youtube b/c I commented on it (and
I never comment on any other video site, don't have accounts - no FB, Goog+, etc). I just can't understand how it isn't in any of my history and I've
searched for an hour after looking through everythig else on my system.
Edit - I just found video of the fire tornado in Carr that was on the video I watched and the event happened on 7/26 but many didn't report it until
8/16 or 8/17 - even in Sacramento not 100 miles away! Now WTF is that!
edit on 8 27 2018 by DigginFoTroof because: (no reason given)