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Despite night of green light, carnivorous walking plants fail to appear in Brighton to eat newly blind residents

Green sky in Brighton

Doug was among the many Brighton residents to notice an eerie green glow in the sky overnight.

Rory Razon wondered about that glow:

Green light over Brighton

Brittney McNamara couldn't help but notice it as well:

Green light over Brighton

Julia Roberto found the source - seems Boston College has invested in lots of green spotlights for its football stadium:

Green light over Brighton coming from BC

So turn on zillions of lumens worth of green light on a foggy night and you get as close as some of us will ever be to an aurora. Of course, some might wonder why BC felt compelled to buy all those green lights. Does the answer lie in experiments in their biology department?

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The Boston College excuse is a diversion by the lame-stream media.

'Twas I--lighting my farts on fire!

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It's hard to beat a good Triffids reference! And we're you referring to newly turned Trump supporters as well?

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So no more Trump references in this thread, 'kay?

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caused by local stadiums blasting their lights all night for no apparent reason is intense.

I never understood why Fenway needed the lights on at 2 am in the off-season or Boston College/Harvard Stadiums needed their lights on on days when there were no events.

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They use fake lights to help grow the Field Turf.

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could this be to light up construction or renovation work?

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According to at least one Redditor, it was the video screen at the stadium, showing a green screen, rather than green lights.

That makes a lot more sense than green light.

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