Alien oil? Mystery liquid falls from sky over Eastern Las Vegas neighborhood

People in one Eastern Las Vegas neighborhood near Hollywood Blvd. and Charleston Ave. have been completely perplexed for weeks as mysterious brown or black droplets have fallen on their properties, reports

Marcos Cervantes said the droplets have rained on his home, cars, RV, basketball course, and just about everything else for the last three to four weeks.

“It could be grease? Oil? I don’t know,” Cervantes said while looking at the hood of his mystery liquid coated SUV. “It’s very hard to maintain my vehicles.

“It’s very very difficult to be outside in my backyard knowing that I can’t even cook or barbecue or anything like that because of droplets on my food.”

Neighbors in the area declined an interview, but said they’ve all experienced the same thing with no explanation.

Cervantes questioned whether the droplets could have come from planes passing overhead, but he said contacting the Federal Aviation Administration yielded no answers.

He wondered whether the substance could be toxic or harmful to his health.

“I would like somebody to take action and help me determine what this is and help find a solution,” he said.


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Jake Carter

Jake Carter is a researcher and a prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and the unexplained since childhood.

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  1. After reading a book called Worlds in Collision it seems super clear how there is a cosmic origin for oil. Comets have in them methane CH4 /CO2. If our frail Earth passes within a comet tail or God forbid , directly impacted, it could pour down on us from the sky. Imagine the atmosphere compressing and heating this stuff and pooof its raining naphtha/oil from space. Comets can impact Earth at 100000MPH and the combination of water rocks and hydrocarbons spontaniously conflagerate. Oil deposites are not fossil in origin.

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