Earthquake shakes seabed 100 miles off Cayman

| 16/11/2015 | 11 Comments

Earthquake location, 15 November 2015(CNS): A 5.8 magnitude earthquake shock the Caribbean seabed Sunday evening about one hundred and four miles south-southwest of George Town, seismologists say. The quake was recorded at just under six miles deep but no Tsunami warning was given. The quake happened at around 7:45pm, when Grand Cayman was also experiencing heavy thunderstorms.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Just signs of cayman slowly breaking off to sink way way down into the trench, it’s the only way seem fitted for ridden this place of the Devils that are welcomed here

    • Anonymous says:

      6.07, I hope you are wrong, but if that does happen and it is the Lords punishment, it would seem we are all going….unless you know where the Ark is?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Could you feel it? I was passed out drunk.

  3. Michel Lemay says:

    I would appreciate more info please as i am overseas and concerned. I pray that everyone is well. Michel Lemay

    • Anonymous says:

      We’re all safe and sound Michel. The only threat to these islands at present is our elected Government who look set to squander millions of dollars that we don’t have and destroy a national treasure in the process.

    • Anonymous says:

      Honestly, I didn’t even feel it, or at least not enough to differentiate it from the thunder.

    • Anonymous says:

      Having watched many 1960s Japanese films of the effects of earthquakes, our main concern is that a 50 story high lizard with laser gun eyes might have escaped through the crust.

  4. Anonymous says:

    The earth did not move for me, but the roof did…and the trees..

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