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These Bizarre, 60-Foot Fibers Are Raining Down Over Arizona

NOVEMBER 7, 2015  —  By Tim Unkenholz  
Tim Unkenholz

Tim Unkenholz

Writer and stand up comedian in NY. Check out my monthly comedy show Roomie Raiders at the Creek and The Cave! @timunken

It may only be November, but in Prescott, Arizona, it's snowing...except the white stuff falling from the sky isn't snow. Honestly, no one is really sure what it is.

This is actually the second time that these mystery fibers have fallen on Prescott, which is obviously leading to much speculation. Is this bizarre substance the remnant of some crazy bomb detonation? Are aliens letting it rain down upon the city and its residents?

The entire town of Prescott looks like this. It's covered in weird fibers, and no one knows why.

The fibers have been examined in labs, but no one seems to be able to figure out what they're made of.

Some say that there's a certain species of spider that leaves behind fibers like this, but it isn't native to Arizona.

And of course, there are others who blame aliens for the bizarre phenomenon.

If you want to see the fibers in action, check out the video below that was filmed when these weird things visited Texas:

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Luckily, the fibers are harmless, but I can see why Prescott residents want an explanation. It's so weird.