History Main / GasLeakCoverup

22nd Apr '17 5:28:44 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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8th Apr '17 10:34:31 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake was an odd aversion. After the quake and ensuing fire city officials stated that it was only a fire and ignored the Earthquake part. Many cities had had great fires by this point so it wasn't anything unusual. But an Earthquake was anew thing for most Americans to fear.

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* The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake was an odd aversion. After the quake and ensuing fire city officials stated that it was only a fire and ignored the Earthquake part. Many cities had had great fires by this point so it wasn't anything unusual. But an Earthquake was anew a new thing for most Americans to fear.fear.
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4th Apr '17 11:16:01 AM teachzebra
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* The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake was an odd aversion. After the quake and ensuing fire city officials stated that it was only a fire and ignored the Earthquake part. Many cities had had great fires by this point so it wasn't anything unusual. But an Earthquake was anew thing for most Americans to fear.
8th Feb '17 2:17:55 PM Laevatein
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* In ''MobileSuitZetaGundam'', the Titans' pumping of poison gas into a space colony, killing all the inhabitants, was covered up as a malfunction of the air recycling system.
24th Nov '16 10:30:15 PM DustSnitch
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* ''Film/FantasticBeastsAndWhereToFindThem'' contains a DoubleSubversion. A cop tries to claim the destruction at Kowalski's apartment is the result of a gas leak, only for all the witnesses to berate him and point out the lack of gas's scent. One man steps up to say that they all saw a magical beast cause the destruction, but before he can, Newt casts a spell over all of the witnesses and they frantically claim in agreement that it was a gas leak that caused everything.
17th Nov '16 5:10:20 PM JamesShade
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'': The Duncan Hills Coffee Company, eager to capitalize on a cross-promotion program with Dethklok, covers up a series of terrorist attacks on their stores by The Revengencers by repeatedly referring to them as "natural gas coincidence explosions".
16th Nov '16 10:23:54 PM Korval
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* In the pilot of ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'', after Scott Summers accidentally provokes a fire in a soccer game, Professor Xavier rewrites the memory of a nearby cop into thinking it was a leak in a propane can.

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* In the pilot first episode of the second season of ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'', after Scott Summers accidentally provokes a fire in a soccer game, Professor Xavier rewrites the memory of a nearby cop into thinking it was a leak in a propane can.
28th Apr '16 8:45:55 PM Xelloss08
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* In ''Fanfic/FateParallelFantasia'', gas leaks are used as the standard explanation for people falling unconscious due to being drained of prana, mostly by True Caster and True Rider.
9th Mar '16 8:51:55 PM Ominae
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* In ''LightNovel/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'', the destruction of a skyscraper in Ginza is attributed to a large-scale gas leak and explosion. In reality, the building's owner belonged to a cult that had bred a colossal snake and kept it near the top of the building. Inspector Yakushiji gave it a massive dose of growth drugs that caused it to instantly grow large enough to tear the building apart from the inside.

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* In ''LightNovel/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'', ''Literature/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'', the destruction of a skyscraper in Ginza is attributed to a large-scale gas leak and explosion. In reality, the building's owner belonged to a cult that had bred a colossal snake and kept it near the top of the building. Inspector Yakushiji gave it a massive dose of growth drugs that caused it to instantly grow large enough to tear the building apart from the inside.



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23rd Feb '16 10:29:57 PM Ominae
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* In ''Manga/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'', the destruction of a skyscraper in Ginza is attributed to a large-scale gas leak and explosion. In reality, the building's owner belonged to a cult that had bred a colossal snake and kept it near the top of the building. Inspector Yakushiji gave it a massive dose of growth drugs that caused it to instantly grow large enough to tear the building apart from the inside.

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* In ''Manga/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'', ''LightNovel/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'', the destruction of a skyscraper in Ginza is attributed to a large-scale gas leak and explosion. In reality, the building's owner belonged to a cult that had bred a colossal snake and kept it near the top of the building. Inspector Yakushiji gave it a massive dose of growth drugs that caused it to instantly grow large enough to tear the building apart from the inside.
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