Romans frightened earthquake prediction made ​​in the 19 century, but fear it was necessary to Spaniards...

Raffaele Bendandi (Faenza, October 17, 1893 – Faenza, November 3, 1979) was an Italian pseudoscientist known for his forecasts of earthquakes.
It was reported that people were fleeing Rome, Italy in readiness for an earthquake predicted to occur on May 11, 2011.
Nevertheless, reports drew attention to the fact that, some 1,300 kilometres (810 mi) away, an earthquake hit the town of Lorca in Spain that day.
The 2011 Lorca earthquake ( Terremoto de Lorca de 2011) was a moderate magnitude 5.1 Mw earthquake that caused localized significant damage in the Region of Murcia, Spain. Centered at a depth of 1 km (0.6 mi) near the town of Lorca, it occurred in a populated area at 18:47 local time (16:47 UTC) on 11 May 2011, causing panic among locals and displacing many.