OAKLAND, CALIF. (AP) - The California radio preacher who predicted the world’s end on May 21 is recovering from a stroke at a nursing home.
Harold Camping’s daughter confirms her father recently moved from an area hospital to a skilled nursing facility, where he is undergoing rehabilitation to regain his strength after suffering a stroke last month.
Camping’s Family Radio network is working to replace the 89-year-old’s show, Open Forum, with interim programming. The station has been playing repeats since his stroke.
It was unclear if the show would return.
Camping predicted Judgment Day would occur, first in 1994 and again in May. His media empire spent millions of dollars, some culled from followers’ donations, over seven years on billboards and other publicity for his 2011 predictions about the spiritual Rapture in May and the end of the world in October.
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