Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

When you see white dust falling from the sky, there are generally two possibilities for what it might be. The first is snow. The second is… confusing.

So when mysterious white dust began falling from the sky in Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia in late February, locals were left puzzled and concerned — and some even started spreading conspiracy theories about it. So what exactly was this white dust, and is it something to worry about?

Keep reading for everything we know so far about this enigma.

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White dust was seen falling from the sky in Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia — and prompted some conspiracy theories.

As reported by The Daily Mail, on the night of Feb. 23, people across the three states reported seeing a strange, white, powdery substance falling from the sky, and collecting on cars.

Many posted images and accounts about the white dust on Twitter and TikTok, as they struggled to identify what the powder could be.

Soon enough, people began spreading rumors that the powder was no accident nor a force of nature. According to The Daily Mail, one person tweeted that their “friend saw a small plane dropping white dust this morning. Something weirds going on,” while a TikTok user posted a video wondering if a “chemical attack” could be happening.

On Feb. 23, West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle Working Fires posted on Facebook that night that the state’s Department of Environmental Protection “requested that anybody experiencing these issues call 911 immediately and have their local fire department respond. They also advise to shut doors and windows and avoid outdoors at this time as a common sense approach until it can be identified.”

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