Even after learning that no devastating earthquake struck New Zealand, Australia, China or the consequent countries in the time zone chain, some steadfast followers of Harold Camping's ministry are reportedly still out on the streets carrying signs as of Saturday May 21st, 3 p.m. EST. 

According to Reuters.com a follower who has already spent around $140,000 dollars in advertising the campaign in billboards and ads has claimed that the rapture would actually begin at 6 p.m. EST apparently disagreeing with the church's mentor Harold Camping's claim that  the massive earthquake would begin in Asia at 6 p.m. Wellington time, which is over due. 

Although the 89 year old Calilfornia resident and evangelical leader of Family Radio hasn't come forward to comment  on the apparent failure of his predictions, he might consider staying behind the scenes and allow his followers as such to decide what to say or what to decide what is best for themselves from hereon.