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Serial Killer Earth from H2 is a fascinating reminder that the wrath of Mother Nature is random and deadly. Featuring compelling footage from news and home videos of natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina and the 2011 tsunami that struck Japan, every episode attempts to understand what exactly happened during each event and compares it to historic disasters of similar proportions. Every terrifying moment is pieced together using expert and eyewitness testimony, detailing how these disasters affected the people and communities nearby. Watch these tornados, volcanos, dust storms, and avalanches from a safe distance and try to come to terms with these massive forces of destruction.
Serial Killer Earth from H2 is a fascinating reminder that the wrath of Mother Nature is random and deadly. Featuring compelling footage from news and home videos of natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina and the 2011 tsunami that struck Japan, every episode attempts to understand what exactly happened during each event and compares it to historic disasters of similar proportions. Every terrifying moment is pieced together using expert and eyewitness testimony, detailing how these disasters affected the people and communities nearby. Watch these tornados, volcanos, dust storms, and avalanches from a safe distance and try to come to terms with these massive forces of destruction.
887936672767

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Format: DVD
Label: Lionsgate
Rel. Date: 05/17/2022
UPC: 887936672767

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Serial Killer Earth from H2 is a fascinating reminder that the wrath of Mother Nature is random and deadly. Featuring compelling footage from news and home videos of natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina and the 2011 tsunami that struck Japan, every episode attempts to understand what exactly happened during each event and compares it to historic disasters of similar proportions. Every terrifying moment is pieced together using expert and eyewitness testimony, detailing how these disasters affected the people and communities nearby. Watch these tornados, volcanos, dust storms, and avalanches from a safe distance and try to come to terms with these massive forces of destruction.
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