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I was taking a judo class in the Gymnasium at SUATI, Farmingdale, where I was a freshman. when the lights went out we all moved over toward the exit and waited for them to come back on. when that didn't happen we just grabbed our street clothes from the lockers ansd...[more]

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I was home with my mother. We were sitting in the kitchen listening to some talk radio show. As the lights in our house flickered for a second, we heard the talk show host say that the lights just dimmed in the studio. A short while later, (I think it was only a few...[more]

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In November 1965 I was living with my husband and two young children in Amherst, MA. But the evening of Nov. 9th, I was at the Samaritan Hospital in Troy, NY where my father was dying of a brain tumor. My mother and I were climbing the hospital stairs from eating...[more]

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I was in Chicopee, Mass. (western Mass.), on Nov. 9, 1965. It was my sons birthday. We had a party for him, as I was taking some of his little friends home, the lights went out. One of the little girls was a daughter of a local wealthy manufacturer, when I walked into...[more]

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I just remember the lights going out. That it lasted for a long time and that we sat in the car listening to the radio for the news. I was living in what was then a small rural CT town so it was just my family.We'd gone through power faiures before so it didn't seem...[more]

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I was 15 years old and lights went out; we spent a lot of time waiting for my parents to come home. my grandmother thought it was just our...[more]

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