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To Shock a Mockingbird(s)

October 20, 2015
Nashville

The church is 200-400 yards from all of the high power antennas and radars. When the air is damp and low level clouds, the chances of shock increases

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Dozens of dead birds were discovered all over a west Nashville church ground’s property Thursday morning.

The birds scattered Highland Park Church’s parking lot, sidewalks and roof.

Due to the overcast conditions Wednesday night, the birds likely flew into a transmission tower[NO, they were shocked by the dumbass media industrial complex radars and antennas] near the church.“I’m afraid it’s happening more often. Not only is this happening here but it’s happening all over the USA and these migrating birds are decreasing in numbers,” Fox said.

Or maybe my next book should be “To Kill a Flockingbird?”

From → Biology, Geophysics

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