Every dusk for the past month a dark and wide cloud whooshes into east Allentown, Pennsylvania and swallows the trees on Congress Street.

This cloud is a flock of crows who have been jostling the quaint, residential block. “It’s scary more than anything when you see them come flying at you a couple thousand at a time,” Dave Cardona, who is spending his last day as the supervisor at the 548-unit complex Congress Apartments after 38 years told Newsweek. “You look up into the sky and you see a black cloud coming toward you, getting closer and closer.

“Really nothing like it.”

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BY M.L. NESTEL ON 1/3/19 AT 4:36 PM EST