[meteorite-list] Holbrook print?

From: Dave Andrews <dandre10_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:23:49 2004
Message-ID: <3E77E340.9090008_at_cybertrails.com>

Sharkkb8_at_aol.com wrote:

> At the link below is an interesting page from an Italian newspaper
> issue I recently acquired. The newspaper is entitled La Domenica del
> Corriere (which I believe to be "The Sunday Mail" or some
> approximation thereof) and this particular issue is 6 Oct 1946. This
> issue contains an oversized artist's rendering of the 1912 Holbrook
> fall, or at least that is my assumption from the "Arizona" mention,
> although it appears that "Mexico" is referenced, as well. I think it
> safe to say that this depiction just might be the tiniest bit
> exaggerated from reality, but I suppose sensationalism in publishing
> was to be found half a century ago, as it is now.

Yeah, I think that was just a bit over-exaggerated there. I haven't
found any skulls of horse parts yet....just cow stuff and pottery,
besides meteorites occassionally.
I don't think they were knocked off their "caballos" during the fall.
 Pretty kewl research though, "Greg" ;-)
Received on Tue 18 Mar 2003 10:25:52 PM PST

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