Dead Birds, Dead Fish: Something Totally Crazy is Happening in Arkansas Right Now

deadfish_225.jpgIt might be a good time to stock up on canned goods, friends. Hours before the ball dropped on New Year's Eve, residents of Beebe, Arkansas were shocked when more than 2,000 dead birds fell from the sky. "It was horrible," said Beebe resident Melissa Weatherly, obviously. "You could not even get down the road without running over hundreds. It was that bad." Though maybe not as bad as finding 100,000 dead fish washed ashore just 125 miles away.

Along a 20 mile stretch of the Arkansas river near Ozark, state officials are trying to determine what killed 100,000 drum fish since Thursday. "The fish kill only affected one species of fish," Arkansas Game and Fish Commission spokesman Keith Stephens said. "If it was from a pollutant, it would have affected all of the fish, not just drum fish."

Um. Judging from what movies and television have taught us, whatever caused these mass deaths is bad bad. Either it means the devil is coming, the world is ending, or the government is doing a bunch of ridiculous experiments. Maybe some combination of all three! At the very least, it probably means the "f*cking trees" are mere moments from turning against us. I, for one, welcome our new overlords, whether they be of tree or demon variety. In the meantime, expect the rain of frogs to hit Arkansas sometime on Thursday.

· More Than 1000 Dead Birds Fall From Sky in Arkansas [Huffington Post]

· 100,000 drum fish die in Arkansas River, more than 100 miles from site of bizarre blackbird deaths [NYDN]


  • Amy says:

    LOL, Great article!! Humor is definatly needed with info like this. Personally I find it too much of a coincidence, we will never know what the real cause of death for these animals, unfortunatly.

  • SunnydaZe says:

    "The commission said that New Year's Eve revelers shooting off fireworks could have startled the birds from their roost and caused them to die from stress."
    Yeah, and the fish all died from a really bad hangover.

  • stolidog says:

    it's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine.

  • Karen says:

    This could mean a pending earthquake or volcanic eruption.
    Something happens in the atmosphere when there is tectonic plate movement i.e sulphur build up beneath the earth and bodies of water.

  • g says:

    both places downwind from fort chaffee.....

  • Gary O'Callaghan says:

    Two very weird things here 1) Why was only one species of fish killed? 2) The necropsy on the birds determined that the cause of death was blunt trauma to the internal organs. What could possibly cause that?

  • Cape says:

    just search "history of government biological testing" for an idea of the most plausible explanation to this event.
    I'd also be interesting in testing these birds and fish for levels of aluminum and barium. The military and CIA chemtrail experiments, along with the agencies working on geoengineering strategies, have been spraying aluminum and barium in the air for a long time. The geoengineers argue that it is used to combat global warming. The military admits they spraying particles in the atmosphere for blurring radar transmissions of their flights in combat situations, but refuse to admit spraying aluminum and barium and do not specify what is used for blocking radar transmissions. However, why would they need to blur radar transmission in their own territory. Either way, we know the effects of these chemicals at small levels are harmful to all life forms. Testing has been done throughout the U.S. finding aluminum at levels as high as 60,000 times the level considered safe by the EPA. Also, particles have been collected directly from the air when sprayed, discovering the same particles of aluminum, barium, and other harmful and lethal chemical in high concentrations. I assume there is no relationship between the chemtrail operation and these deaths because aluminum poisoning would result in a more dispursed instance of deaths but I'd be interested in discovering whether a concentration of these chemicals had accumulated in their systems.
    It will have more likely been caused by another experiment will a more lethal concentration of chemicals that could result in the widespread instant deaths as seen here. There are a wide range of biological and chemical agents that could result in this event. Effects to the general human population are most liekly existent but may be almost unnoticable or delayed in effect. It could be what is termed a "slow-kill" weapon which attacks the human system slowing over a period of years resulting a death, similar to cancers. These usually have a much more sudden and harmful effect in smaller animals. The government has had an extensive history of chemical testing on the population, such as in 1955 when the CIA, in an experiment to test its ability to infect human populations with biological agents, released a bacteria withdrawn from the Army's biological warfare arsenal over Tampa Bay, Fl. or in 1953 when the U.S. military released clouds of zinc cadmium sulfide gas over Winnipeg, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Fort Wayne, the Monocacy River Valley in Maryland, and Leesburg, Virginia.

  • Chris Taus says:

    Humor is definatly needed with info like this. Personally I find it too much of a coincidence, we will never know what the real cause of death for these animals, unfortunately. This is why I like your blog.

  • Jack says:

    I have to disagree with Keith Stephens's statement “If it was from a pollutant, it would have affected all of the fish, not just drum fish.”
    You have to consider that certain species of fish/birds are more sensitive to toxins. For example I think aquarium keepers would agree sometimes the slightest change in pH can be devastating even for the most hardy of fish. Likewise birds were used to test for toxins in mines back in the day.
    I'm sorry but this sounds like one of those "Tell the people what they want to hear" cover ups.

  • ZHAO Xudong says:

    so 2012 comes a little earlier,fine,world peace finally come true.

  • Dave A. says:

    Try reading Revelation.

  • elizabeth says:

    the question is why did the birds and the fish die? thats the question i want to be answered.. could it be toxins in the air??

  • SunnydaZe says:

    "Cause of death was blunt trauma to the internal organs. What could possibly cause that?"
    Eating Taco Bell while watching a Michael Bay film?

  • joe says:

    Could it be a case of Chem-Trails? Aluminum spraying?
    These animals probably have less tolerance to heavy metals in air/water than most other animals.
    I hope the people in Arkansas figure this out asap, as it would affect their health too.

  • MP says:

    birds died in arkansas, L.A. and Sweden also. check yahoo news.

  • Louberry says:

    We have 100s of dead birds found in Texas.....I think it's HAARP...wish they would be truthful in there tests they do....WE ARE NOT STUPID PEOPLE

  • builderbergs says:

    There's a war coming,
    Who's side are you on? Govs or the people? To many times we are treated in
    this country like dummies in a flock. How many things have to happen before you
    wake up quit making excesses laughing it off or what ever it takes to make you
    not believe what's right in front of you????????

  • qwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm says:

    what the hek is happening