Mutant Maggots

Posted: August 6, 2010 in Uncategorized
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We’ve recently uploaded quite a few posts about chemical experiments perpetuated by the Apartheid Government, one of which was to spread biological agents through the country’s water supply.

It’s all pretty strange, but stranger still is something found by one of our readers, who alerted us to a bizarre series of events that occurred in Mitchell’s Plain, South Africa’s third biggest township.

In 2006 teachers at Montague Drive Primary School in Mitchell’s Plain reported numerous cases of diarrhoea and vomiting by both teachers and students. The Health Department was called in to collect samples after pupils discovered what seemed to be maggots in a blocked drain. The maggots were described as having rat tails due to their unusual length of over 2.5 cm. One was even reported as being the size of a small mouse.

The spokesperson for the Department of Health made a statement that the rat-tailed maggots could not have passed through the city’s robust water treatment system.

So how did they get there if not through the water system? And if they did pass through the water system, how did they survive?

You can find the original article about the mutant maggots here.

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Comments
  1. Cyberogue says:

    That’s really weird… very aliens… and you wonder why people are anti genetically changing products on our shelves.

  2. secretsablog says:

    Thank you for the feedback! Genetically altered food is a contentious topic…It’s something I’d like to research more so expect a few blog posts about this in the near future…

  3. Lol says:

    Last week i found similar things nesting in our water pipes under the house. some even had the begunnings of legs! We’re on the east rand near those big mine dumps – think those could have anythign to0p do with it?

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