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I WAS THERE ME SCARED SORRY FOR EVERYONE.PEOPLE WAS STEALING CRYING THINGS WAS TERRIFY!!!!!! THAT WAS W.R.O.N.G I WISH THAT NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN TO NYC.ME WHITE SEEING HOW THOSE BLACK PEOPLE GO WILDDDDDDDDDDD.IT'S THAT SOME THING. NOW I'M 54 YRS OLD LIVING PEACEFULLY! ...[more]

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I was at Shea Stadium watching a Met game when the lights went out. Some of the players were signing autographs along

the field seats where we were sitting. I remember Lenny

Randal carrying a bat. As time passed and the lights did

not come on I asked a...[more]

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I was living in Central New York Rome, New York. I was listening to music on my Stereo. The lights began to dim and the television lost it's picture and the turntable began to slow down and speed up. The lights pulsing of the lights became more pronounced getting...[more]

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in 1965 (#1) I was a toddler of 13 and was not allowed to stray in the night so we used flashlights and candles at the house. my father came home late. the night was ok as the food in the fridge was eaten probably ice cream was also. we went to sleep . in 1977(#2) I...[more]

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1- 1965 i was a teen in school i lived on a side street in richmond hill, queens. the lights went out dad came home late, not much happened any different than other nights except for flashlights and candles. 2-1977 i was an adult in manhattan...[more]

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I was watching Abbott and Costello goes to he Moon, and doing my homework, when the TV started to flicker, then the lights went out. It was really scarey, it was the first time that had ever happened. By 1977, we were old pros.

What an...[more]

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