1918 influenza pandemic survivor interview: Mrs. Edna Register Boone

One teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water, every morning before breakfast, she says might have been what saved her family’s lives… Everything happened at once: the FED, WWI, the 1918 flu, boll weevils…

Please also watch
http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2020/03/china-will-catch-a-cold-nefarious-plans-from-a-2010-meeting-in-the-city-of-london-the-anglo-saxon-mission-2020-update/ – From this interview, it appears the CV for our time was planned 45 years ago.

Mrs. Boone, 100 year-old resident of Mobile, tells how her family was the only family in a small rural Alabama area that did not contract the flu during the 1918 flu outbreak. Mrs. Boone’s family all became responders in her community. Her parents become instant nurses and she delivered soup to the door of ill families.

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