#3 A Human Body
On September 25, 1978, a woman from San Diego, California named Mary Fuller was sitting in her parked car with her 8-month-old son. While they were sitting there, a human body crashed through her windshield. At the same time, Pacific Southwest Airline flight 182 had just collided with a private Cessna airplane, and 144 people were killed. The body that crashed through Mary’s windshield was one of the victims. Luckily, Mary and her son only suffered minor lacerations. Today, this is considered to be the most serious accident in aviation history.
#4 A Cow
In 1997, a Japanese fishing trawler had to be rescued by a Russian patrol boat that was sailing in the Sea of Japan. After the crew was rescued, they were asked what happened to their boat and they said that a cow fell from the sky and sunk the ship. Nobody believed their story, and they were all arrested and went to jail. Two weeks later, The Russian Air Force told Japanese authorities that one of the crew members stole a cow for its beef and took it on his flight. The cow didn’t like being on the plane and it got hysterical. To protect themselves and the aircraft, they threw the cow off the plane. The Japanese sailors were released from jail immediately.
#5 Golf Balls
On September 1, 1969, golfers from Punta Gorda, Florida were on the course playing a few holes. Everything was quiet when all of a sudden, dozens and dozens of golf balls started falling from the sky. After the balls stopped falling and they were safe, the players started picking up the balls. Soon after, a meteorologist stated that a small tornado passed through Punta Gorda, which is located on the western Gulf coast in Florida, which is home to many golf courses. The meteorologist stated that the balls were likely lifted from a pond that was loaded with golf balls. After they were swept up, they were dropped down over the golf course and in the streets of the small town.