The whole town of Harrison Township, Michigan is trying to figure out why a black oily substance was raining from the sky last week.
According to ABC, the local fire department and environmental agencies have no clue what the substance is, but they do admit that it mysteriously fell from the sky. The fire department came out to homes to take samples of the material this week and are still waiting for the results to confirm what it is. However, officials said that it is an ashy and oily substance that does not appear to be flammable.
“Everybody’s concerned,” Harrison Township resident Paul Schlutow said.
None of the agencies that were contacted could remember a time where this has ever happened before. Schlutow suspects that this substance could have come from a nearby government airbase. However, the nearby Selfridge Air National Guard Base released a statement denying that they had anything to do with the incident.
“There is no indication that the substance in question came from a military aircraft of any type,” the statement read.
Brig. Gen. John D. Slocum, a representative of the base also said that “As Michigan’s Hometown Air Force, we take being a good neighbor very serious. We will continue to work with our local and state partner agencies to resolve this question.”
Aside from the local military base, there is no other reasonable explanation for the strange occurrence.
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