ASHEVILLE, N.C. - One father is taking no chances when it comes to rumors about doomsday on Friday.
Ryan Croft doesn’t think the world is going to end per se, but he does think something big is going to happen, and he wants his family to be ready.
For example, Croft is teaching his five sons how to roast mice over a fire and dig for earthworms.
Croft thinks others should learn these things so they too can survive whatever happens on Friday.
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