Some Mormons Have Scheduled The Apocalypse For September 28, But They’re Probably Wrong

Shelley Hazen - Author
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Sep. 16 2015, Updated 5:12 a.m. ET

The apocalypse is nigh! That’s what some Mormons in Utah believe, and so ardently that they’re filling their shelves with freeze dried food and stocking up on blankets.

“There is a sense of urgency, like something is up. A lot of people are mentioning things about September, like a financial collapse,” Ricardo Aranda of Thrive Life, which sells freeze-dried food, told the Salt Lake Tribune.

Sales at the store have risen 500 percent. And Thrive Life isn’t the only local prepper haunt to be “crazy busy” of late.

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What’s up is the apocalypse, and these prepping Mormons have a date pinned down for the catastrophic event — September 28. So clear your calendar, cancel whatever you have planned for later this month, and return your Halloween costumes — because it will all be over before the month is out.

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