Rain contained human white blood cells 5

In Oakville Washington, it once rained gelatinous blobs that contained human white blood cells.

The townspeople of Oakville, Washington, were in for a surprise on August 7, 1994. Instead of their usual downpour of rain, the inhabitants of the small town witnessed countless gelatinous blobs falling from the sky. Once the blobs fell, almost everyone in Oakville started to develop severe, flu-like symptoms that lasted anywhere from 7 weeks to 3 months. Finally, after exposure to the goo caused his mother to fall ill, one resident sent a sample of the blobs for testing. What the technicians discovered was shocking – the globs contained human white blood cells. The substance was then brought to the State Department of Health of Washington for further analysis. With another startling reveal, they discovered that the gelatinous blobs had two types of bacteria, one of which is found in the human digestive system. However, no one could successfully identify the blob, and how they were connected to the mysterious sickness that plagued the town.

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  • Ayden

    Ok gross but that is frog spawn y’all

  • http://www.whofarted.com Sir Charles Willard Horsedick

    Here in lovely Manchester when it rains, is it contaminated with human fecal matter. So this is a step in the right direction.

    • adams491

      In E. TN there is a gelatinous material building up in air conditioners. It will stop up ,bogg you AC down and eventually burn it up. i wonder if this stuff is harmful? it has to be getting pulled out of the air. That is the def of an AC conditions the air.

  • http://www.facebook.com/barbara.balaam Barbara Balaam

    If that causes harm, then why is that person holding it with their bare hands, dont you think that you would use gloves???!!! Prob just some funny frogspawn. :-/

    • Adam Blackburn

      The skin is one of the best barriers against disease. Touching it would be ok. Now if the person ate it, smelled it, or rubbed it in their eyes, ears, or nose, that’s a totally different story.