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sammy
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Hi friends,

Did any of you get a chance to check out this special Blue Blood Eclipse Moon tonight?

So I did... Earlier at about dusk, I happened to glance down our driveway to find these new, pequliar shaped holes in my cement driveway.

Curios, I took out my smartphone, & stooped down to get a better look at the first strange hole...

And I was shocked beyond belief to find that it was the exact shape of a well known cystic parasite known to cause "hyatid disease". (Main carrier wild dogs like coyote & fox.)

Ok, so it gets worse. I went back outside to see the moon at about midnight. Those freakish shaped holes were all over my driveway now!!!

The screen was like a Halloween joke gone bad. It now looks like the driveway is covered in old seashells. Only all the white things aren't seashells at all. They are very clearly what is left of the old parasites that had been trapped under the cement!

I'm in such a state of shock.

What am I supposed to do?

I'm afraid that there might be some infectious material in all the strange old parasitic material.

I live in a condo with tons of young families, elderly sick neighbors, tons if young children & pets.

I wish we hadn't moved here. It's beautiful, so much nature. I can't believe I said that.

Please help!!!
(If you can find scientific reference for this happening, I'd appreciate it. No one will believe me & more residents will get sick...)

Thanks, sammy

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susank
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Hi Sammy. That is weird - but I believe you !!! Can you post pics?

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How do parasites that live on wild dogs, coyotes and foxes stay alive under concrete? I wonder if chemtrail pilots dumped a load of parasites over that area? Can you take a pix?
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Rumigirl
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What??!! That's all you need (NOT!!). And who but us would notice or be concerned? Sounds totally weird, but I/we believe you.

Are you out in the countryside?
Are there coyote and foxes around? You may not know.

Is there a county health department. or something similar, that you can contact? (I know, the fear is that they won't have clue, and will think you're nuts). But what have you got to lose.

How did you find out what it is, just by googling it? Unbelievable sleuthing skills there.

But the question is: now what??

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I would for sure not wear my shoes into the house!
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