Grisly mystery after scores of starlings fall out of the sky and lie dying... in a SINGLE front garden Share | jeff posted:3/10/2010 11:52:35 AM (Reply) It was like a grisly scene from a horror film.On Sunday night, over a quiet Somerset house, scores of swooping starlings tumbled out of the sky and fell, dead, into a single front garden.Covering an area 12ft across, more than 100 birds carpeted the garden, each with blood oozing from its beak and curled up claws.Most had died, although some flapped lamely, clearly in pain until the RSPCA put them out of their misery....Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1256840/Mystery-scores-starlings-fall-sky-lay-dying--single-garden.html#ixzz0hnFngluM jeff posted:3/10/2010 11:54:08 AM (Reply)Someone must have popped their flock bubble.Ninnana posted:3/10/2010 1:04:08 PM (Reply) Poor birdies.....gordon m posted:3/10/2010 4:45:42 PM (Reply) Free starling pie in somerset.... Shadow0035 posted:3/11/2010 2:24:51 AM (Reply)wow thats really intreasting some causes are EMP's that would disrupt there navigation but that wouldnt explain why they all fell in one front garden....there are other possibilities but intreasting all the same.Ninnana posted:3/11/2010 5:04:19 AM (Reply) I remember in one movie, but forgot which one, flack of birds hit UFO that was cloaked and the shield killed them....but i dont wanna jump to conclusions.tapuout4985 posted:3/11/2010 6:51:52 PM (Reply)Actually sounds like a case of poisoning. Some sort of fertilizer or pesticide was probably used on the garden, the birds ate worms or insects out of the garden and next thing you know, dead birds. I've read other stories of the same thing happening from all parts of the world.jeff posted:3/12/2010 2:33:56 AM (Reply)From the article:"Tests were carried out on some of the birds and they were found to have physical injuries but we could find no evidence of any health issues which could explain what had happened."Err....no poisoning here :) tapuout4985 posted:3/12/2010 12:11:16 PM (Reply)'The sky was raining starlings. One of my neighbours saw them. They seemed to just fall out of the sky.''They were all found to have physical injuries - with most suffering either broken wings or a shattered beak - but no underlying health problems or toxins which could explain their sudden deaths.'Most modern 'organic' herbicides and pesticides will still cause deaths, but they aren't the classic toxin one would look for in an autopsy. Most of the 'organic' compounds cause death by dehydration, which on its own can cause weakness and lack of coordination. The physical injuries were mostly broken beaks and broken wings which is pretty consistent with a bird flying blindly into the ground. This has the same sound of every other case of a flock of birds falling from the sky which has involved either intentional or accidental poisoning, and I doubt them crashing into a garden was just coincidence.Shadow0035 posted:3/15/2010 9:40:32 AM (Reply)I did more reaserch on this and through certain sources i was able to figure out that the cause of this was all due too an emp surge, which makes since because it explains everything.myprecious posted:4/7/2010 9:58:46 PM (Reply)Did anyone have the birds tested? Since they all had the same symptoms, these birds were definitely traveling together and were subjected to the same poison or some type of electrical charge possibly. Whatever did this to the birds, could be an environmental problem for the people living in that area.Chriswin2010 posted:4/8/2010 2:03:41 PM (Reply)They all probably flew into an aircraft engine lol...gloria posted:4/9/2010 4:17:19 PM (Reply):AHHHHH........Exactly, my dear Jeff!!!!I too read the article, a witness (her neighbor) saw this hugh group of starlings then all of a sudden they came down at once, there was no plane, or any kind of kids flying gadget, or anything that you can see with your eyes...but yet it seems like they hit somting there. Later on in the day, they did a POST MORTEM. and that also was weird, the post mortem proved inconclusive, there show no toxins, that whould at least explain why they all fell, even if it was, let's say toxins, of anykind, I don't think that all will fall at the same time, that whould even more weird. So we can savely say, no toxins of yet, BUT!!! quess what they did find, physical injuries, broken wings, and shattered beaks...and curious yet, there claws was curled in, like they felt a horrible pain, all at the same time.Now let me tell you what I saw at history channel of ufo. This happen in UK, one of the pilots was fying customers from one island to the main island, a trip that the pilot does everday for so many years. Never have he seen anything like what he saw on that day, not just him, but the customers too. To make a long story short, he said that he saw a cigar shape object that was no moving but staying still, it was to him and the others 100ft long, then it disappear wright in front of him...the object was higher and when he saw it again it was further away , something that no airplane or anything we have can do, (not that we know off )Chew on that for a while, and also, look in past history, of other flying birds that fell from the sky, all beaten, or flaten..... tapuout4985 posted:4/9/2010 5:37:13 PM (Reply)I've continued doing research on this case and I still haven't found any evidence it was paranormal or ET. An EMP doesn't make sense because there hasn't been any mention of interference in electrical systems in the area, and the damage the birds sustained is consistent with a fall or flight from the sky directly to the ground. There are several environmental toxins that could kill a flight of birds and then leave the system before a blood analysis is performed including several naturally occurring cyanides. I still believe that the most probable situation is a natural toxin poisoned them. I find this to be very disturbing because it's a small step from animals being poisoned by nature to humans being poisoned by nature. Perhaps The Happening was as stupid as it seemed when I first watched it.hobobone posted:4/11/2010 10:53:06 PM (Reply)In Blades, Maryland, USA...In my Uncles back yard we found at least 25 large dead Crows..They had curled feet and broken wings..we then went and looked in the neighbors back yards and found many more...there was a large corn field right behind my Uncles back yard..Later the authorities that be tested the Crows...What they found was the insecticide that they used in early spring to treat the corn field killed the Crows...There was a small article in the local paper about it..it was rather morbid and i felt bad for the Crows..Im not sure that the insectiside wasnt meant for the Crows..due to the fact that they can suppossedly pick apart a corn field...Sorry for spelling errors..Fragile Wracken..where is my spell check!jeff_stewart posted:4/21/2010 1:20:00 PM (Reply)Hmm.... Aliens at it again, Could the EMF field around a Craft be so strong that it killed the birds?Shadow of Man posted:4/21/2010 9:09:49 PM (Reply)I'd rather see a picture of the garden and surrounding area than the dead birds. If it's not something natural like herbicide or pesticide posioning, than we could be looking at something EMF or even energitic like a ley line or votex. A picture of the garden would have been much better.Sir Talkalot posted:4/23/2010 10:55:42 PM (Reply)EMP? EMF? Vortex? Ley line?Do you guys realize what you are saying? EMP is an Electromagnetic Pulse and EMF is Electromagnetic Force. Can your minds even fathom how much energy it takes to create a magnetic wall so dense as to kill a bird by shattering its beaks and breaking their wings? Ley Lines are also alleged magnetic fulx lines that go from one point to another on land, same question as before. An a Vortex is either going to suck in or spit out something. I serously doubt the birds would of had any feathers had they been sucked in by a Vortex. Ever seen a hurricane or tornado in action?These birds probably just flew into the ground since they do the same as sheep, they follow the leader wherever he may go (twinges of Peter Pan songs here) and the leader may not have gone where he needed to...Peacewired_badger posted:4/24/2010 6:02:50 AM (Reply)bleeding beaks is the clue, disorientation is the other.flopping around..some gas bubble in the atmosphere.providing less stability.the theory of the bermuda triangle perhaps.some ion gas bubble maybe that didnt provide the required thrust upwards due to the weaker density of the gas.lack of oxygen and possibly just plain poisionous.the theory as it stands in bermuda triangle is that loads of methane goes up due to rotting sea vegetations and this creates a pocket of none air, making it impossible for props on planes and boats to stay up.can also screw up sensory do to the positively charged ions.be my guess, unless they isolate a pathology. 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