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THIRD mystery ‘Death Star’ space ball to crash into Spanish village sparks terror among locals as mayor demands authorities explain what they are

  • A third strange black orb has fallen from space into a rural Spanish village 
  • Concerned locals and Villavieja’s mayor have demanded an explanation
  • The circular 50lb objects bear a strange resemblance to a Star Wars droid

A third mysterious black space object to fall from the sky into rural Spain has caused panic among locals.

The strange-looking black orb was found in the village of Villavieja in Murcia – becoming the latest instance of an increasingly bewildering phenomenon, the Olive Press reported.

It’s not yet known what the objects are, though theories range from UFOs to pieces of space debris.

The first instance of the strange phenomenon occurred one week ago, when Spanish goat farmers discovered the strange object, which bears a striking resemblance to the Star Wars torture device, the IT-O Interrogator, in Calasparra, Murcia.

The Civil Guard were called to investigate the black orb and the area was subsequently put under quarantine. Pictured is the second object to be found in the village earlier this week

The Civil Guard were called to investigate the black orb and the area was subsequently put under quarantine. Pictured is the second object to be found in the village earlier this week

The Civil Guard stated the object was an aerospace artefact and pointed to the possibility that it fell from a rocket or a satellite.

However, a few days later a second orb fell from the sky.

According to The Mirror, Jose Velez, the mayor of Calasparra, implored authorities to provide answers to worried residents.

‘Where are these objects coming from? Why are they falling here precisely?’

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Earth Watch Report  –  Earthquakes

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02.04.2013 Earthquake Canary-Islands (Esp.) Province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, [El Hierro Region] Damage level Details

Earthquake in Canary-Islands (Esp.) on Tuesday, 02 April, 2013 at 03:24 (03:24 AM) UTC.

Description
The most violent earthquake since the volcanic eruptions of summer 2011 has rocked the island of El Hierro, leading regional authorities to declare a state of pre-emergency. Having said just days ago that a major tremor possibly endangering the population was ‘unlikely’, the latest quake – measuring 4.9 on the Richter scale – has made them rethink. Until now, quakes of up to 4.3 were said to be ‘nothing to worry about’ – other than the risk of rockfalls in tunnels which were being carefully monitored with a view to closing at the first hint of danger – given that they were said to be between 12 and 20 kilometres underground. A quake on the mainland in Lorca (Murcia) in May 2011 measuring 5.3 on the Richter scale turned the city to rubble and left nine dead, dozens injured and thousands homeless – but experts say the severity of it was largely due to the fact that it was only a kilometre underground, which heightened its intensity. Volcanologists from the National Geographic Institute will continue to monitor the situation. They believe another underwater eruption off the coast – this time near La Frontera rather than La Restinga, as in summer 2011 – may be on the cards.