Friday, December 16, 2011

Things What Done Fell from the Sky: Apples Over Coventry

About 20 yards of Coventry (in England) was inexplicably showered with apples Monday evening. There were volatile weather patterns in the area and experts suggested that a "mini-tornado" or wind vortex sucked-up apples as small objects, redepositing them over Coventry once the force died down. However, there has been no satisfactory explanation for the shower of apples as of yet.

Other theories include a plane passing overhead and hoaxsters. The area was covered in green sludge. The apples that fell over Coventry were said to be green and hard.

© C Harris Lynn, 2011

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