The townspeople of Oakville, Washington, were in for a surprise on August 7, 1994. Instead of their usual downpour of rain, the inhabitants of the small town witnessed countless gelatinous blobs falling from the sky. Once the globs fell, almost everyone in Oakville started to develop severe, flu-like symptoms that lasted anywhere from 7 weeks to 3 months. Finally, after exposure to the goo caused his mother to fall ill, one resident sent a sample of the blobs for testing. What the technicians discovered was shocking – the globs contained human white blood cells. The substance was then brought to the State Department of Health of Washington for further analysis. With another startling reveal, they discovered that the gelatinous blobs had two types of bacteria, one of which is found in the human digestive system. However, no one could successfully identify the blob, and how they were connected to the mysterious sickness that plagued the town.
WHAT THE FUCKI live 15 minutes from Oakville. O_O
I looked into this story and it checked out.
"Clear Blobs" incident
On August 7, 1994 during a rainstorm, a mysterious translucent gelatinous “blob” like substance fell in and around Oakville. One well known location was a farm owned by Sunny Barclift. Sunny’s mother Dotty Hearn as well as other townsfolk became sick with flu like illnesses after coming in contact with the blobs. It was also reported that during the time in question, some pets such as dogs and cats began to die mysteriously. The unknown material fell again a reported six more times in the Oakville area. Officials from the Washington State Department of Ecology that examined the substance, claimed there were a number of cells of various sizes, but that it was uncertain what animal they came from. A local doctor, David Little, had some of the substance tested and reported that it contained human cells but strangely they did not have any nuclei, which nearly all human cells have. In addition, it was said the material contained two types of bacteria, one of which is known to inhabit the human digestive tract. According to some theorists, 50 miles (80 km) away from the farm the military was doing bomb runs in the ocean and there was a theory that the bombs could have hit a smack of jellyfish that could have been dispersed into a rain cloud.
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