Mysterious “Space Balls” Keep Landing In A Village In Spain? What On Earth Are They?

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Residents from villages in Murcia have been left perplexed and in fear as objects are mysteriously dropping from the skies onto their fields. It all started when one object fell from the sky, found by two shepherds in Calasparra.

A second object was then found in Villavieja. The third object was then found in Elda. This has left villages in southern Spain in fear for what more is to come.

It has been reported that objects are about one meter in diameter and weigh about 20 kilograms each. What instilled fear was because of how the first object was handled: The civil guard came in wearing hazmat suits and initiated a CBRN protocol(chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear). Once the objects have been examined, they were cleared of hazards. However, they were still taken away, and more research had to be carried out.

The people are wary. Calasparra mayor, Jose Velez, has released a statement to Olive Press, stating: “I think it is a more serious issue than it seems. Citizens have real concerns about what is happening and deserve an explanation.”

In lieu of the space debris that has hit the Indian Ocean, many are theorizing that the cause of these flying space litter is due to space debris falling to Earth at a terminal velocity, as what science tells us. While the weight of these objects might not cause craters, they are sure large enough to cause fatal damage or even death to an innocent passerby walking just about anyway in Southern Spain.

Let’s just hope the investigation comes to an end, and that the barrage of weird objects stops.

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