I know you can’t see this article properly. Sorry, but it needs to be there for the sake of credibility.
Once I start telling you about a massive swarm of white butterflies whose tiny corpses coated the tracks and caused two tramcars to crash in Florence at midnight in 1908 you will need to know that I am not the one who made it up.
Interestingly, the thing they specify as unusual in this article is the number of butterflies. That is the only thing I don’t have a problem with!
I know at particular times of year some species of butterflies will swarm in their thousands for the purpose of making thousands more.
The thing I don’t believe is that their presence is caused by heat and electricity in the atmosphere, unless they are Frankenstein butterflies.
I also think that usual butterfly behaviour doesn’t see them plummeting from the sky at midnight. I know, I know, plummeting is a little unlikely but I don’t want to think of them as fluttering gently down, alright?
Imagine filling out the insurance claim for that one. Road conditions: ummmm, slippery…