Bees Survive Notre Dame Fire

article's image

Three hives of over 180,000 bees living on Notre Dame's roof miraculously survived the devastating fire which engulfed the cathedral earlier this week. The first floor roof over the sacristy, just beneath the rose window, has been home to the bees since 2013. Aerial pictures taken by a drone confirmed the hives were not burnt. "Thank goodness the flames didn't touch them," said beekeeper Nicolas Geant. "It's a miracle."

Last Night

UFO investigator Katie Griboski on the nature of UFO/UAP reports, and the obstacles in investigating them. Followed by screenwriter and producer Bryce Zabel, who discussed the fast-breaking developments in the UAP story.

More »

Upcoming

Full Schedule »

CoastZone

Sign up for our free CoastZone e-newsletter to receive exclusive daily articles.

title

Content Goes Here