Dead blackbirds fall from sky in Beebe again UPDATE | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Dead blackbirds fall from sky in Beebe again UPDATE

Posted By on Sun, Jan 1, 2012 at 6:55 AM

It remains to be seen if the death toll approaches last year's blackbird apocalypse, but reports are emerging of another dead blackbird fall in Beebe on New Year's Eve.

Fireworks are again suspected of spooking a roost of the birds.

But, for another view, we already have a pastor on record dismissing the firecracker theory and going with the apocalyptic Hosea prophecy.

The YouTube above replays LAST year's flockalypse.

UPDATE: Blame punks with firecrackers.

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