Aussies Detect Strange Glitter During Alien Invasion, Its Explanation Is Incredible

July 24, 2022 at 2:54 pm

July 24, 2022, 02:16 PM

They will remember the evening of Wednesday July 20, 2022 for a long time. According to The Guardian, the Australians of Mildura thought they were face to face with aliens.

More fear than harm! The small Australian town still had a funny experience when he saw the sky take on a strange pink glow after dark. Very soon its inhabitants wasted no time in perpetuating the moment and making several suggestions, one more eccentric than the other.

Hemp factory in question

Ahead, of course, the Apocalypse, as the young woman admitted to the British media The Guardian: “I was talking on the phone with my mother, my father said that the end of the world had come.” But the Australians, baffled and impressed by this inexplicable phenomenon, quickly made a connection with an extraterrestrial invasion.

No offense to those who expected an alien visit, the reason was far less extraordinary. In fact, this pink glow, present under the firmament, came from one of the production divisions of the Cann Group. This is a medical marijuana company that was legalized in 2016 in Australia. On the other hand, recreational use is still strictly prohibited.

No aliens but light that reflects

That night, the light-tight shutters in the building were exceptionally left open. As a result, the glow of the red spectrum lamps was reflected in the clouds, resulting in a sky worthy of the greatest sci-fi universe.

“Growing cannabis plants involves using different types of light. Red light is often used. The warehouse has shutters that are normally closed at night to prevent this light beam from coming through in the future,” said Rhys Cohen, head of communications. at the Cannes Group. There is something that will reassure the most frightened at the thought of being spied on by aliens, and something that will disappoint the most daring…

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