It's Raining Men: San Diego's Cataclysmic 1916 Hatfield Flood
In response to prolonged draught in San Diego, Charles Mallory Hatfield, a reported moisture accelerator, was hired by a divided council to fill Morena Reservoir with 15 billion gallons of water within the year. He filled it in just 24 days, leading to historic flooding of the city. Learn of the incredible ordeal Hatfield and the City waged against one another in an attempt to cast blame on the other for damages caused by the devastating flood. Offered through San Diego OASIS.