posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 05:03 PM
Originally posted by Silverado292
I'm wondering if the flock of birds came from the direction of the river full of dead fish? Maybe they landed there to drink some water and find
something to eat? I'm seeing a lot of weird things with birds lately, like Geese flying North. A friend watched as some Geese dove down on his
small pond and found out the hard way it was iced over.
edit on 2-1-2011 by Silverado292 because: (no reason given)
Wow. You put Colombo to shame. Excellent reasoning and assumption. I just wonder.....................
Any industries near that river? But wait, why wouldn't everything that came in contact with the river die then?
Hmmm, so many questions. So little answers.
I posted this on another thread but, someone here mentioned something about a possible gas leak.
This story is strange and from my home town.
Mysterious green mist in Colonie
By LARRY RULSION Staff Writer
Updated:10:53 p.m., Saturday, December 18, 2010
Read more: www.timesunion.com...
Then, this in Vancouver.
Some water in a river on Vancouver Island has turned neon green, prompting an investigation by B.C. Environment Ministry officials.
Residents living near the Goldstream River west of Victoria notified authorities Wednesday and took pictures of a 400-metre section of the river as it
flowed by, looking like anti-freeze.
It's not known what caused the discolouration or if the substance in the river was toxic.
The river runs through Goldstream Provincial Park, known for its annual salmon run and as a home to bald eagles.