According to report published in the DailyStar, YouTube channel End Time Prophecies revealed: “All the evidence tells us that the end of the world, and the end of time will be on October 31, 2016.
“The Earth will stagger like a drunk, sway like a hut in a storm.
“The Earth is weighed down by its sins. It will collapse and never rise again.”
This charming prediction, by End Time Prophecies, is just one of several doomsday prophecies for this year – including that an asteroid would hit us on May 6 (it didn’t), then July 29 (it didn’t), and a prediction that Barack Obama would reveal he is the Antichrist in June (he didn’t).
It comes as religious believers have blamed popular celebrations of Halloween for the doom-mongering theories.
But unsurprisingly it is not the first Armageddon prophesy which has failed to materialise.
End of Time Prophecies – which boasts millions of viewers – also forecast the world would come to an abrupt halt on July 29.
Unless you are reading this from another planet (we’re guessing probably not) then you’ll be aware Earth didn’t suddenly stop spinning.
Now another channel – Armageddon News – have reportedly claimed their End Time rivals have nicked their vid – and just changed the date from July 29 to October 31.
Earlier, the same conspiracy theorists had released a video that how world will end.