Fish Falling From the Sky

March 8, 2010 at 17:23 (Uncategorized)

Is it some kind of conspiracy for fish to fall from the sky?  Mysteries are one of the things that make life interesting.  Can you imagine seeing a fish falling from the sky? How about seeing a ghost in your rear view mirror in the back seat of your car or hearing about a ship that vanished across the Bermuda Triangle?

These unexplained stories are interesting to us as people because it is the unusual activities in life that cannot be explained which creates a sense of mystery and curiosity.  People seem to thrive on scary or strange stories that cannot be explained or that don’t seem to have an answer because it is too strange for us to grasp.

Fish falling from the sky has actually occurred in a few parts of the world strangely enough.  It is believed that a strong, unexpected whirlwind can pick up water, as well as the fish, and drag it for a great distance before dropping it.  If you think about it, the fact that wind can pick up water is one thing, but to drag fish for a distance… that is another thing.  After looking at a website – – I found that this phenomenon has occurred in many areas around the world.  According to the website, people had accounted for fish falling from the sky that had actually weighed as much as 8 pounds.

The fact that the fish falling from the sky theory has not been confirmed leaves us with a curiosity and a wanting to know how it happens.  This happens with just about any conspiracy, theory or unexplained story.  How did it happen, you want to know. Or why does it happen? Some things can’t be explained… but it’s almost worth not knowing.  It keeps us intrigued and always guessing. Right?



  1. Wanika Rusthoi said,

    WOW!!! Really didn’t know this! That is so interesting…I tend to think of Wesley here – I think he’ll love the idea of another conspiracy.

    I really liked that you actually researched this topic and included external links in your blog so that we can watch or read for ourselves about this strange phenomenon. Thank you for this really cool read!

  2. Kerry-Lee Cockrell said,

    Mysteries do bring out the cusiosity in us, don’t they? Flying fish I can handle but ghosts…nope, no thanks. Keep your clairvoyant stuff to yourself.

    Great structure by the way, the factual evidence half-way through was invigorating (I researched the topic too and was surprised by what I found).

    I like the way you have interpreted the topic.

  3. Dalene said,

    Really cool portal to paranormal blogs that you gave via your link! Really interesting topic!

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