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01/04/2007 08:24 AM ID: 59324 Permalink   

Unidentified Metallic Object Punches Through House Roof


A metallic object of unknown origin broke through the roof of a Monmouth County home at around 9 PM on Tuesday night. The object is rock-like in appearance and weights "nearly as much as a can of soup".

Police have enlisted the help of unidentified agencies to identify the unusually dense object and hope to have an answer in 72 hours. It was confirmed that it is not radioactive nor is it an aircraft part.

According to astronomy professor Carlton Pryor of Rutgers University, 20-50 rock-like objects fall out of the sky every day. "It's not all that uncommon to have rocks rain down from heaven. These are usually rocky or a mixture of rock and metal."

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I saw this on the local news before I went to bed last nite. Looks like some sort of nickel/iron meteor. It would be nice if they somehow found a new material or something new that makes up this rock's composition.
  by: confed   01/04/2007 03:54 PM     
Well, it would be very nice if they did that...but I got a feeling this if they did, the "unidentified agencies" would cover it up and say it's some sort of huge frozen bird dropping that fell from high above and freakily broke the roof. Then they would use it to build some sort of new weapon or bullshit with it. Just my opinion, I could be wrong.
  by: babagadoosh   01/04/2007 07:04 PM     
  Its probably from the other story SN reported  
UK or USA probably shot at a UFO somewhere in our solar system and this is a piece of wreckage, possibly a Galeleotonositiciopia Intergalactic-80 sideview mirror from the size of it.
  by: AccessG     01/04/2007 07:19 PM     
  god damn Dutch! nt  
  by: Emp3r0r     01/04/2007 10:31 PM     
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