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Two of Hale's co-workers at Shore Veterinarians in Egg Harbor Township say that they also watched from their office windows as a human fell head-first from the sky.
"I [saw] the guy falling, at an angle, like this," Hale told NBC Philadelphia while gesturing. "Straight down. No parachute. No paraglider."
Originally posted by Blue Shift
Sounds like a case of teleportation gone wrong. I suppose there's always the possibility that when one is spacetime jumping from one place to another bad aim could put you in the sky or in the water, or even underground. Although, the natural human tendency to visualize themselves close to the ground would make that a rarity. Visualization of a target leads to perception, projection, and then translation.
But who knows the strange twists and turns a virtual jump path might take?