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A Texas man may have solved the mystery of a metal object that crashed through the ceiling of a Plymouth warehouse on Thursday.
Danny Dossman, of Belton, Texas says about 6 months ago, the exact same thing happened at his family funeral home.
Dossman has the pictures to prove it.
He saw our story online and called our newsroom.
“As soon as I saw the piece of metal, it looked so similar to the piece of metal that we had found, I knew it had to be related,” he told WBZ-TV’s Jim Armstrong.
In his case, a chunk of metal flew out of a broken tree grinder at a nearby construction site.
In the Texas case, the object flew some 800 yards. That means any grinding equipment in the entire industrial park in Plymouth could be to blame.
Originally posted by redbarron626
Looks like a slug from a railgun.
I wonder if there were any explosions nearby?edit on 5-12-2011 by redbarron626 because: spellcheck
Originally posted by gypsychology909
If this object descended from space or from a plane even, a loader-backhoe would still be digging for it.
Theodore Solomons sits next to the metal ball that he saw fall from the sky on a farm close to Worcester, about 150 kilometres outside of Cape Town, south Africa in April 2000. A second metal ball dropped out of the sky the following day on a farm approximately 50 kilometres outside of Cape Town. Astronomers said the balls, which were white-hot when they landed, could be parts of a decaying satellite
People gather around a spherical object, which may be a hydrogen containment tank, on a chicken farm in Nacogdoches, Texas, USA in 2003. The object fell from the disintegrating Space Shuttle Columbia