posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 04:16 PM
residents left puzzled by mysterious spots landing on cars, bins and washing lines
" The mustard-coloured solution, which lands as liquid but soon hardens into powder on ground-based surfaces, was first spotted on cars in
Kristiansand Way in late August, but has since been discovered in North Avenue, Common View and Glebe Road. "
So a mysterious substance is coating objects in a somewhat confined area of a town in England called Letchworth.
I google mapped Letchworth and zoomed into Kristiansand Way, which, according to the article is the most intensely coated street... I then looked at
the surrounding streets that were mentioned and came up with about a 1000 foot radius. I tried to upload the map (using Apache open source software)
but it's not working...
here is a link for the map:
My initial thought was some type of chemtrail, but the small area it is reportedly affecting has me second guessing that thought... The article states
that these droplets do not accumulate over night, but start in the early mornings. One commenter suggested it could be honeybee droppings, but for the
magnitude, I'd say it would have to be a giant and obviously noticeable swarm of bees to create that mess- the bees would not go unnoticed.
So far, this is the only source I have found on the story (except a word for word copy from another site).
I'm interested to see if this starts happening in other areas, and if there are any side effects in Letchworth.