We have another mystery object. Charles Fort would have loved these incidents.
The Federal Aviation Administration has investigated a suburban West Palm Beach home after a metal object reportedly came crashing through the roof of a home into a bathroom and determined the object is not from an airplane.
The piece of metal that smashed through the home of Bill Hardy is about the size of a brick and weighs nearly 10 pounds.
Sitting on a bed of cracked tiles was the chunk of metal with what appeared to be bolt holes.
He suspected it might be a part from an airplane or helicopter.
Hardy said he has left his bathroom scene intact to allow the FAA to fully investigate.
Bill Hardy seems like a pretty reasonable man and has not once stated or even so much as hinted that this unidentified piece of metal is from a UFO, even after the FAA claims it’s not from an airplane or a helicopter which has been Hardy’s best guess so far. And it was quite a reasonable guess too. (The local Fox News affiliate IS using that headline, though.)
Judging from the metal chunk it is obvious it’s something (from earth) that has torn off, possibly been cut, and was bolted with some pretty big screws and bolts.
Hopefully we will hear an update after the investigation as to what this is. The most plausible guess is that it is a piece of a crusher or grinder. When these break, pieces can be hurled very far from the source machine.