(PCM) It is probably not the sign of a very good omen when as many as 200 dead birds rain out of the sky, however that is exactly what occurred in the community of Stowe Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey.
Residents in the area are completely freaked out and local environmental specialists are scratching their heads after over 200 red-winged blackbirds fell dead from the sky near a small housing development off of Frank Davis Road. There has been no logical explanation for the incident, but it certainly can’t be good … that’s for sure! New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
The incident was described by residents as terrifying as the birds literally just fell from the sky. This incident occurred right before Thanksgiving of 2016 and was the second time it has happened in just a few week time period which makes this all the more freaky.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has been investigating the incident, but thus far all the results have come up inconclusive, The agency found that the birds died as a result of broken necks and internal bleeding suffered during the fall from the sky, but as to exactly what made them fall in the first place is becoming quite a large mystery.
The agency has ruled out any type of pesticides or toxic compounds found in the wheat seeds nearby, so experts are completely puzzled as to what could have caused this terrifying incident to occur. It is a bit odd that the incident seems to be confined to one particular area and residents are still feeling a bit uneasy and continue to be on high alert.