posted on Oct, 3 2009 @ 06:40 PM
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Don't you see what's going on? Obviously the squirrels have called in the rats as reinforcement -- which can't mean anything other than that
they're planning a massive attack in the VERY near future. I wouldn't be surprised, either, if they had learned in the meantime how to construct
homemade backpack nuts with supplies from beauty stores.
What really concerns me as well is the message of one the other posters in which he/she mentioned that he/she has American Grey Squirrels around, but
they are actually BLACK. This has given me endless nightmares already. It is quite clear to me that these black "Grey" Squirrels must be hybrids,
bred by alien squirrel races to infiltrate the domestic squirrel population and pose as one of their own. It appears the hybridization process may not
have been 100% successful, which is why these "Grey" Squirrels are of a darker color than their terrestrial peers.
I'm quite sure that if you look closely enough, you'd notice that their eyes are ALL black, with no whites in them. Some posters here also mentioned
that they have a kind of persuasiveness to them, trying to make people to let them inside their houses or attics. The OP himself as well as other
posters also have admitted that the sight of these hybrid squirrels fills them with an irrational, mortal fear.
So, here's my advice:
- Do NOT let the black squirrels into your house -- even if they swear they MUST use your phone or bathroom. Don't be fooled!
- Do NOT go outside at night; they may be hiding somewhere to ambush you when you least expect it. Also, it seems their powers are stronger in the
- As for the domestic squirrel/rat terrorist cells: If you see any nuts that look like they have been cut open and put back together, RUN! Backpack
nuts are said to have a explosive range of ca. 3.75 feet, so make sure you stay at a safe distance.
That's all I have for you right now. I will watch out for squirrels at my own house and report anything suspicious.