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Re: Metropolitan hits
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I recall reading somewhere that the Patwar (MES) fall of July 29th, 1935
produced a shower of small stones that fell like rain on the tin roofs.
They were reported to be the size of rice grains.
Johnstown (ADIO) July 6th, 1924 produced a shower of stones where like
Portales, the larger ones fell before the smaller ones. At Johnstown it
was also reported that a shower of tiny stones rained down on roofs, as
well as a graveyard. (Would be nice to see if any of these are still there.)
>Does anyone know whether there have been any hits on any major metropolitan
>cities during the 20th century??? If so - what were the consequences??
>Mark J. Lerner
>MORGEN, EVAN & COMPANY, INC.
>63 Wall Street
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