Weird Sinkhole: What is this Mysterious Neon Green Ooze in a Philadelphia’s sinkhole?


While checking at a sinkhole in Philadelphia, a man discovers a freeky  pool of what looked like green ooze. Is it radioactive ooze?

Suspicious: The green ooze spotted by Steven Reitz in the Northern Liberties district of Philadelphia

The sinkhole which openend last week filled up with this mystery ooze only days later.

Heroes in a half shell: The Ninja turtles were spawned after a barrel of similar looking green ooze was poured into a New York storm sewer by the evil ninja Shredder, mutating four lost amphibians into the teenage vigilantes

This weird green ooze found in one of Philadelphia’s sinkhole reminds me of the ninja turtles, these four pet turtles on which a barrel of glowing green radioactive ooze was spilt in New York City.

But where does it come from?

This green ooze spotted in the Northern Liberties district of Philadelphia is quite unexpected and suspicious. It seems that similar sinkholes form every year and appear to be moving down the road.

Fortunately, it turns out that it was just a fluorescent dye, which helps workers determine the origins of sinkholes. The dye is safe, non-toxic and biodegradable. I’m happy that the people of Philadelphia are safe.

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