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BIRDS FALL FROM LOUISIANA SKY

LABARRE, LA  — Thousands of dead dropped form the sky in Pointe Coupee Parish on Monday.
Louisiana State biologists are examining the estimated 50,000 red-winged dead blackbirds and starlings that dropped onto La. 1 just down the road from Pointe Coupee Central High School.
The discovery of the dead birds — some of which were lying face down, clumped in groups, while others were face up with their wings outstretched and rigid legs pointing upward — comes just three days after more than 30,000 blackbirds rained down from the sky in Beebe, Ark.
Necropsies performed Monday on the birds in Arkansas showed the birds suffered internal injuries that formed blood clots leading to their deaths, The Associated Press reported.

WWN can confirm the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials has identified the cause of the bird deaths – aliens.  UFOs were spotted over Arkansas right before the blackbirds died a few days ago, and there were numerous reports of UFOs near Poine Coupee Parish on Monday.
“Alien spaceships have never attacked life on earth – before now.  We are concerned and the U.N. is taking this seriously and trying to make contact with the alien spaceships, which we believe come from Planet Zeeba,”  said Extraterrestrial specialist, U.S. military commander, James Bellanca.
In Louisiana, biologists with the state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries spent part of the day Monday scooping up some of the birds in Pointe Coupee Parish to be sent for testing at the CIA laboratory in Langley, VA.
The remaining carcasses were still on the roadway, on the shoulder and in drainage ditches Monday afternoon as some motorists sped past, flattening birds lying in the roadway, while other drivers slowed down to gawk.

State and federal authorities are already covering up the alien attack.  A government spokesperson explained the bird deaths this way, “Underlying disease, starvation and cold fronts where birds can’t get their body heat up have caused similar occurrences in various species over the years.”
However, WWN could find no record of massive dead bird droppings in the history of the United States.
Some in the federal government tried to explain the deaths away with wild notions, “it’s possible that there was a massive bird suicide over Louisiana,” said Robert Gibbs, White House Press Secretary.
The truth is that there have been numerous reports of UFOs and numerous alien sightings over the last five months.  The U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials has repeatedly said that there is an alien invasion underway and will last until 2015.   The bird massacre is just the beginning.

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32 thoughts on “BIRDS FALL FROM LOUISIANA SKY”

  1. all of this doesnt scare me the only thing that is scary is that these birds dont fly during the night time.. so what was they doing flying at 11 pm

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  2. Heres the uncovering- We have had earthquakes in region of madrid fault line very active from eastern sea board threw the mississippi river down to the gulf. Earthquake methane gases are to blame as well as magentic/ Emf field flex which confusses birds and fish then to die. Remember birds did die in NY central parks,Lousianna, Ark., and if you digg deep other areas. If you look at the patterns of death, its all in areas of fault lines or areas that had a quake. Check the national earthquake charts for Magnetic movements, earthquakes, earth movements. Digg into this. Also Don't forget the methane gases from quakes or under water vents (GULF ) , which if you look at oceanic chart near BP spill theres an underwater vat of mass gas, hmmmmm. Are you starting to see the light or the light bulb on?

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    • All too true…. however there are birds dropping in sweden and Italy. The one in Italy is buried pretty deep, I guess it's not as pressing as Lindsey Lohan stalking her Ex??????

    • Oil deposits here in the states follow the land area where the dead birds and fish where found.
      Everything else is coastal and we all know about drilling off the coast.
      After the BP oil spewing that lasted months, I wondered what replaces oil from the bedrock when it is extracted.
      They displace the oil with compressed saltwater which forces out the oil.
      In Guy, Arkansas near where the birds and fish where found near/on New Year’s they had a swarm of small earthquakes.
      USGS earthquake map shows the swarm started on Dec 30 and there was one at 11:45 on New Year’s Eve at just the same time as when residence say the birds started falling.
      They had been doing the saltwater well depositories in Guy.
      In Texas, 7 weeks after a saltwater well went into use, the region saw a swarm of small earthquakes. Hmmm.
      With the constant spewing of oil for months in the Gulf, there was nothing replacing the oil.
      I wonder if the spill left a void and now the tectonic plates are adjusting which could be releasing carbon monoxide, or natural or methane gas in plumes on the land or sea.
      There have been a uptick of sinkholes in South America.
      This is just my theory and I haven’t heard anyone else say anything about it.
      I am sure that a geologist could punch some holes in it, but I think there may be something to it.
      If there is some truth to it, maybe we are not hearing anything global in the news because of British Petroleum or they really have no idea the cause.
      I do believe that there is a scientific answer to this mystery and I hope they find it before larger damage is done or larger species start to die.
      Oh… and what is the purpose of a CANARY in a COALMINE??

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