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Earthquake 2008-04-18: Like herd of buffalo

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I was awakened at 4:40 this morning with what I thought was a herd of cattle running by the cabin! It reminded me of the movie "Dances With Wolves" when the herd of buffalo ran past his cabin and shook everything off the shelves. I ran to look out each window but didn't see anything and then it came to me that it was an earthquake!

Susan J. Lewis
Rudely awakened by the temblor at the Becky House
at the Janice and Henry Giles House, Spout Springs, KY

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