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It may come from a government collapse or terrorism. A virus may possibly wipe out the electric grid. Maybe it's environmental or it could originate from a rogue meteor. Or it could be something we've never actually thought about.
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"If you look at the signs, it is going to happen," he said. "Just look at ebola. The stock market is so fragile. Specialists say we can't sustain it with $16 trillion in debt. Look at history. What has gotten all of us out of debt? War. It pieces things straight in America."
Murray is quick to say that they advocates none of this but, through a book he home published in 2011, "Extreme Survival Jean pocket Guide," he's simply just prepared for when the proverbial supporter gets hit.
"I don't label myself as a survivalist," reported Murray, who is trained in computers and was a long time information technology contract staff but is now a Battle Creek Central school centre bus driver. "There's a preconception about that. I keep the individuals away. They have a very poor lifestyle."
But he thinks anyone who can take care of their selves in tough circumstances may gain advantage in a world gone angry.
To that end, he says he's kept up a year's in food but refuses to claim where he's keeping it.
Asked about another label, "doomsday prepper," he smiles and doesn't reject it.
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And that's the main reason Murray wrote the actual 144 page book which he said provides basic emergency skills for anyone in the outdoors.
Murray, whom moved to Battle Creek together with his wife Crystal in 2004 (they now have two young boys Jacob, 10, and Devon, Nine), for several years held survival training classes in the woods connected with Fort Custer Recreation Area and that provided him the idea for the publication.
"This is a basic book for those who have never seen a tree for their lives," he said.
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He says the book has sold reasonably well and that he's creating a second book that would investigate more advanced survival techniques.
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The bracelet, a standard regarding wilderness survival, is made of 24 feet of parachute cord this separates into individual hair that stretch 100 meters. He adds three fish hooks and a sinker and has used matches and needles inside as well.
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