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‘It’s not spider webs’
CENTRAL ARIZONA HIGHLANDS (INTELLIHUB) — A man walking his dog at a local park noticed “web-like material covering everything […] the fences, the grass, the bushes, the trees, the swing sets, the bathroom roof, the roofs of the gazebos, hanging by […] the pool” and so on. He knew the ‘web-like’ substance wasn’t from “spiders” and immediately looked toward the sky taking note it was a “heavy chemtrail day” and that the material was actually falling from the sky.
Later that day the man was browsing the Internet and came across an ‘Intellihub article‘ with photographs and information about “web-like material found in Arizona.” This especially caught the man’s attention because it looked like the very same web-like material which he had seen at the park earlier that day.
The man documented his collection of the ‘web-like’ fibers which he found in the park.
“These are not spider webs,” he said, spinning the fibers onto a clean ball point pen. He than carefully placed the samples into a “baggie.”
The man also took various other samples documenting it on video.
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