September 17, 2017
— Danielle WBRZ 📺 (@DJacksonTV) September 14, 2017
I keep telling you people, when you add all this weird stuff together, you get one thing: the apocalypse.
Weird, weird stuff.
In a scene reminiscent of a horror film, pools of blood have been photographed on the road outside a funeral home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
The photos were taken by a viewer of local TV station WBRZ on Thursday afternoon. The station reports that the blood was mixed with formaldehyde, a chemical used in the embalming process. It was leaking from a valve and flowing down to the road.
The grisly mixture came from a leaking storage tank at Greenoaks Funeral Home. The funeral home declined to comment when contacted by RT.com.
An environmental official told WBRZ that the incident occurred on private property and the blood did not enter the city sewer system.
“We sent out both our sewer inspector and our environmental specialists to take a look. We determined that it wasn’t a sewer issue and that it was an issue on private property,” Adam Smith with the City of Baton Rouge Department of Environmental Services said.
How does something like this even happen?
Is it run by blacks?
Blood is a biohazard. The way it is dealt with is extremely regulated.
And somehow it just starts pouring out into the street, like something from a Stephen King miniseries?
Weirder things are happening each instant.
What will be extra telling is if in the next week, more events involving streets being lined with human blood happen across the country.
And I fully expect it.