There are numerous theories as to what UFOs could be, including extraterrestrial civilization technology. Government-developed black budget technology? People from the future? In reality, the origin of this phenomenon is still unknown, especially since it defies physical laws.
Among all of these UFO stories is the mystery of "Angel hair." This so-called Angel hair is a mysterious element of the UFO phenomenon with hundreds of cases (some of them go back even to antiquity) where this sticky, fibrous substance was reported in connection with UFO sightings.
There have been many reports of falls of angel hair around the world. Angel hair was reported during the 1561 celestial phenomenon over Nuremberg and also at the Miracle at Fatima on 13 September 13th and in October of 1917.
So what is it? It is a sticky, fibrous substance reported in connection with UFO sightings, or manifestations of the Virgin Mary and it has been described as being like a cobweb-like and jellylike substance which is also slightly radioactive and often falls to the ground shortly after UFO sightings.
The substance dubbed “angel’s hair” evaporates without a trace several hours after the sighting. And the “hair” was reported to either disintegrate or turn into cottony tufts with an offensive smell when held in the hand.
American ufologists refer to the material as “angel’s hair”; Italians call it “siliceous cotton”; and the French use the term “the Madonna’s present” to describe semi transparent threads that fall from heavens.
Ufologists first began discussing the phenomenon in 1954. Two men, namely Gennaro Lucetti and Pietro Lastrucci stood on the balcony of a hotel located in St. Mark’s Square of Venice, on October 27, 1954.
The men suddenly saw two “shining spindles” flying across the sky. The objects left a fiery white trail as they zipped along.
American ufologist Charles Maney suggested that the material was “the UFO excess energy which materialized.” According to him, “the treads return to their dimension or some other space-time continuum while fading away.”
Another British ufologist suggested that “angel’s hair” was a variety of ectoplasm emanated during a spiritualistic session…
Hushtilians, what are your thoughts on this mysterious residue allegedly left at the scene of UFO sightings?