I think Camping said things along the lines of “it’s up to people whether or not to give away stuff” etc. In other words, don’t blame me.
The following page has various doomsday predictions at least up to 1997.
>>Sep 27, 1994 Harold Camping, head of Oakland’s Family Radio and host of the station’s Biblical discussion talk show Open Forum, predicted the end in his book 1994? He calculated that the Tribulation would end on September 6, followed by the Last Day and the Second Coming of Christ between Sep. 15 and Sep. 27. (Camping p.526-7, p.531)
Sep 29, 1994 Harold Camping’s doomsday prediction #2. (Abanes p.95)
Oct 2, 1994 Harold Camping’s doomsday prediction #3. (Abanes p.95)
Mar 31, 1995 Harold Camping’s doomsday prediction #4. He gave up setting dates afterwards. (Abanes p.95)
(Note: old web page, again.)
from same source:
Sep 13, 1988 Edgar C. Whisenant lightened the wallets of many a believer with his best-selling book 88 Reasons Why The Rapture Will Be in 1988. He predicted the Rapture between September 11 and 13 (Rosh Hashanah). After his prediction failed, he released another book: The Final Shout: Rapture Report 1989. (Kyle p.121, Abanes p.93)
Sep 15, 1988 After Whisenant’s prediction failed, he insisted that the Rapture would take place at 10:55 am on September 15. (Abanes p.94)
Oct 3, 1988 Incredulous that yet another prediction failed, Whisenant pushed the date of the Rapture forward to October 3. (Abanes p.94)