That is strange, I wonder if the homeowner has noticed any paranormal activity around the house or backyard.And have any of his neighbors had this
issue.Or maybe the guy bought all the slimer goo toys r us had just to get on the news for his 15 min of fame. Who knows but good find , makes you
Hard to say what it is for sure. I could see how perhaps under strange conditions certain materials that we are putting into the enviroment might form
odd precipitates that we only occasionally see, or I could just as easily imagine a flock of birds that had eaten something strange making a strange
deposit over a certain area. Then of course there's the slime mould theory, which seems reasonable to me in some ways. But without knowing more about
the specific conditions under which this occurred, it's difficult to make an intelligent guess as to the cause.
Anyone who has ever had a kid in diapers knows exactly what this star jelly looks like!! And I mean it looks exactly like that when a kid goes into a
swimming pool or sprinkler whith a diaper on and the thing blows up and starts oozing that stuff everywhere. So my bet is on a prank.
This reminds me of something very similar that happened in a small town in washington. Apparently this gelatinous material rained down on them a few
times and made a lot of people sick. They had the goo tested and discovered it contained human white blood cells and 2 different types of bacteria.
I don't believe they ever figured out where it came from though...
Here's a short clip about it from Unsolved Mysteries:
This material looks EXACTLY like one of the many flavors of HydroGel used in container gardening to lengthen the time between watering. When dry this
material looks like a white powder but absorbs 100 times its original weight in water to resemble clear gelatin.
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