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In July of 1977 I was 19 years old and dating an Afghan man, Ebrahim. I lived at home with my parents in Ridgefield, NJ. Abe and I took the Path train over from Hoboken (where he lived) to the Village that night. I believe it was a Tuesday night. We were eating in...[more]

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I remember the 1977 Blackout more vividly as I was older. Spent the time with my best friend at the time. We lived in a housing complex call Co-op City in the northeast Bronx. We climbed the stairs of a 32 story apartment building to reach his apartment and watched...[more]

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I was a student at Fort Hamilton High School in 1965. Because I was active in afterschool clubs, I left school that day late and was standing on 86th Street near Shore Road waiting for the bus when the lights went out. I remember looking across the bay - no lights...[more]

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My Mother tells my twin and I that she was in the hospital, Mt. Sainia and I was first to be born and within the five minutes that my sister was born the lights went out. She was there was alot of commotion in the room and when she awoke there were candles everywhere...[more]

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well everyone was panicking and it was a experience i wouldnt want enyone to go through noone could see enything it was...[more]

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As a young Airman in the USAF, Air Defense Command assigned with the 60th Fighter Interceptor

Squadron, Otis Air Force Base at Cape Cod Massachusetts, and part of the North East Air Defense

Sector,

I was responsible for the Aerospace Ground equipment...[more]

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