Like, this really happened!
Yes! It seems that ‘The Birds’ by Alfred Hitchcock is inspired by a very real weird phenomenon that occurred in Santa Cruz, California in 1961.
As reported in newspapers, thousands of sooty shearwater birds started dive-bombing into homes and attacking people in an unprecedented night assault.
But, for 50 years, no one knew why…
Discover in the video below how Dr. Sibel Bargu Ates connected dots throughout history and debunked the mystery of this insane bird attack.
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Yep, even his black and white tv series was awesome. Remember how he hated to take a commericql break for his sponsors.
They had special guest stars that were actually talented back then.
It is because of 5G network and all settelittes sent to space over 1000 so everything will be by settelittes have internet globally.
The crime against humanity indeed!
I’ve heard 5G can harm humans, insects, and birds. We don’t have it yet offfrid. Most out here don’t even uses wifi of tv since the service sucks. So, does phone service.
Also, a while bqck somebody shot up a network box, and blew out cell service for 48 hours. Snowmonkeys on dope.
yes this is probably one of the reason birds change behaviors, attack people and fall from the sky right now. But back in the 1960s, there were no such technologies.
Yes we did. Maybe not 5G but. Every time we had a form or new form of electrical or radiation technology the shit hit the fan somehow. And we had advanced technology reversed engineered from the “aliens” that effected us all as well.
That video animation was well done. Had a style about it.
So, the (bad acid) toxins made them confused, and that is why they exhibited that behavior.
Hitchcock was one of my favorites. Probably seen his movies as much as Connery, Bond films. Never get sick of his work.
Yes, one of my preferate too.