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Re: “Blackbirds, bye-bye

The story about the bird deaths just doesn't add up. The birds roost in trees but there are very few trees around Windwood. If a bird flew into a house shouldn't it fall adjacent to the house? Then why were the streets covered with dead birds?

The only fireworks in the area were from front yard fireworks set off by the locals. I don't think there would be enough noise to spook the birds from their roost.

I wounder is any of these so-called experts have even visited the area before they claimed their theory of dead birds?

Posted by whatdoyouthink on 01/08/2011 at 9:42 AM

Re: “Breaking blackbird news

Maybe, Beebe is the center of hell. A tornado in 1999 took the lives of some of the town folks. Experts say this tornado was spawned over the Windwood subdivision. This debris was later buried in Windwood. Ten years later two floods sent residents fleeing and some never returned to the Windwood subdivision. And now birds by the thousands have rained down on the Windwood subdivision.

What makes this place the home of so many shattered dreams and death? Could it be that the devil resides in Beebe and Beebe is the center of hell?Why has the mayor refused to enter the flooded out houses? Does he fear the stench or the results of his failures?

When you enter Beebe there are signs stating"your dream hometown" but whose dream is it?

Posted by whatdoyouthink on 01/03/2011 at 4:22 PM

Re: “Breaking blackbird news

The theory of hail does not explain the fact that these birds fell over a few hours starting Friday evening and lasting until Saturday. Since the birds all fell within a one mile area the extended time frame cannot be explained. Did the hail area stay put over a few hours so the birds could fly into it? I don't think so.

Posted by whatdoyouthink on 01/03/2011 at 1:38 PM

Re: “Blackbirds dead, not singing, in the night

Why were the birds roosting in Windwood as rohallma describes? The reason was they did not have another place to go. For years they have settled down at night just west of Windwood but most of the tress between Beebe and Ward were clear cut so there was no place left for them to spread out at night. I wouldn't be surprised to see the birdfall happening again this winter.

Posted by whatdoyouthink on 01/02/2011 at 6:47 PM


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