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Giant Ice Meteor Slams To Earth Near Kids Playing in Tennessee = Video Report

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 5:34
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May 14, 2013GRAY, TN (WJHL) - A Tri-Cities man has video of what appears to be a large chunk of ice that he says fell from the sky on Wednesday (May 8) and landed in a yard in Gray, TN. Andy Miller says his children were playing outside along Keeview Drive off Hales Chapel Road around 4 p.m. when they heard what sounded like a rocket. “They ran into the house shaking,” Miller said. He used his phone to record video of the children inspecting the pile of pure white ice sitting in a gouged out hole in the ground near where they were playing. Miller did a quick web search and found information that lead him to believe it’s a megacryometeor. For what it’s worth, here’s a quick definition we found on line: “A megacryometeor is a very large chunk of ice which, despite sharing many textural, hydro-chemical and isotopic features detected in large hailstones, is formed under unusual atmospheric conditions which clearly differ from those of the cumulonimbus cloud scenario (i.e. clear-sky conditions). They are sometimes called huge hailstones, but do not need to form in thunderstorms.” -WBTW
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  • MikeDanneskjold

    Does it bother anyone else that they are digging through the ice with their bare hands?

    • LorieK

      Me, for one. I wouldn’t let my kids close to it…I’d be looking for my geiger counter first. Who knows what else might be in/on it.

    • SsgDoc

      Hahah ya that was my first reaction out of my mouth when I saw them digging into the ice, if that’s what this is. Shoot its been proven that bacteria form some of these things. So what made this bacteria well off shoot a bad egg LOL. Not sure but lets not dig into it. Lets see how they are in 2 weeks. :shock:

      • voiceofreason

        It’s Tennessee, hello, poke it with a stick.

  • Tedjusant

    Quick ?, Someone tell, obama so that he can put a ban on ice meteors before they kill some real children.

  • Don't be hating!

    Chemtrail leftovers..Them boys better go home and wash them hands..Dough huh!

  • cforce

    It probably fell off of a plane…

    • tk-3839

      Joe Dirt lol, good thing it wasn’t a blue rock.

  • Usefuleater

    Who is the other child videotaping, talking and telling the children to dig in the mysterious frozen substance?

  • Big Craig

    I must have a different opinion of giant

  • just me

    Good lord! Why would you let your kids dig in that mess? Who knows what’s in it!!?!

  • Neil Armstrong

    When we start seeing 100lb hailstones that will be significant.

  • Merkin

    Probably a ball of frozen pee/turd from a jet.

    “Here kids.. they play with this thing and put our hands all over it”

  • O. Ryan Faust

    Chunks of ice falling off high-altitude aircraft isn’t uncommon.

    Doubt seriously if it was from space.

    • W. Willow

      This is my thought too. It’s not even compact like a hailstone. Was in a hailstorm in ’79 Ft. Collins CO. Those hailstones were (4″ dia.) softball-size frozen solid with concentric circles. They hit the ground at 100mph making huge dents in the ground, going through roofs and totaling many cars. A few people died even. The hailstones stayed solid on impact.

      This thing looks like it just fell apart on impact like a snowball from hell. Hard to tell how deep a hole it made in the grass.

  • Anonymous

    It couldn’t be a meteorite. Ice would never survive re-entry.

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