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"A Walking Testimony": Mrs. Moss Story

Updated: Apr 1

Part 1: "....it had to be a demon!"

After suffering (and still dealing with effects of) a stroke, brain trauma and the loss of her love & husband two years prior, September 1st 2019 brought a new storm that Mrs. Moss would have to find the strength and willpower to literally fight through to survive: Hurricane Dorian.


Above: Visible satellite image of Dorian at 12:30 pm EDT September 1, 2019. At the time, Dorian was making landfall on Elbow Cay (Abaco) in The Bahamas with 185 mph winds, tying Dorian with the Great 1935 Labor Day Hurricane in the Florida Keys as the strongest landfalling Atlantic hurricane on record. Image credit: NOAA/RAMMB.


Due to her medical concerns, Mrs. Moss was staying with her sister during the storm. She recollects witnessing a series of tornados that destroyed cars and buildings in her surroundings before eventually impacting her sister’s home where she was staying. “I have never seen anything like that in my life; it had to be a demon!” she said.