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Kristin N • 1 year ago

Green Children of Banjos. In 1887, 2 children were found at a cave near Banjos Spain. Their language was unknown, not Spanish. They wore clothes of a strange metallic cloth. Their skin had an odd green tint. The boy soon died since it was difficult to get either of them to eat. The girl survived, was able to communicate in Spanish and said they had come from a place that had no sun, a land of perpetual twilight. They heard a loud bang, were pushed through something and then were in the cave.

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