So now the leading story for the Peru stuff is gold miners with jet packs?

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Okay… so now I’m supposed to believe that illegal gold miners are in jungle towns in Peru attempting to scare the local population, in order to keep people away from their operation?

The only jet packs I could find online that aren’t aquatic are in the realm of $200K – 300K. The JB – 11 pictured above flies for 10 minutes, powered by 6 small jet engines. They are screaming loud and run on kerosine and diesel.

So again… the leading explanation is that multiple illegal Peruvian gold miners, trained to operate 300 thousand dollar jet packs, are flying around the jungles nightly for over a month attempting to convince the locals that face-ripping aliens are attacking them.

I’m completely okay with this being a hoax, but this is the explanation? 😂😂😂

Even if there were more advanced “jet packs” that were silent and had longer flight times, I’m supposed to believe that multiple men are going to use advanced iron man tech to ward off tribes in Peru from spotting an illegal gold mining operation?

If this is somehow true, they earned that gold.

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