BBC in Fukushima: “This place is really strange, on the surface it looks pretty normal, but then listen — Nothing” (AUDIO)
Title: What happened to the Fukushima 50?
Author: Rupert Wingfield-Hayes
Date: Jan 2, 2012
At 1:30 in
Masami Yoshizawa’s farm in Namie, Fukushima Prefecture
Wingfield-Hayes: This place is really strange. On the surface it looks pretty normal, but then listen. Nothing.
A part from ourselves there is nobody in this village.
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