This phenomenon has been observed for hundreds of years, but what kind of metal balls they are and where they come from is still a mystery…
On July 31, 2022, a mysterious sphere fell in Mexico. The people of Veracruz watched the ball fall from the sky by visually determining the material it was made of as metal or hard plastic. The ball has a yellowish color and an antenna-like object attached.
Local residents are prohibited from approaching the scene of the accident. The military has recovered the ball and inspected the site, but there are still no comments on what happened.
Previously, a mysterious ball drop was observed in 1966 in Arkansas, USA. The object falls before the eyes of eyewitnesses from an absolutely clear sky. The ball is about 30 cm in diameter.
In 1963, three such balls were found in the Australian desert.
In 1969, the Argentine researcher A. Schneider showed a similar ball with a diameter of 22 cm found in Argentina. For about half an hour, in front of the journalists’ cameras, he unsuccessfully tried to damage its surface, but no mechanical action left even a scratch on the surface of the sphere.
Some believe the objects are part of a satellite or other flying machine, but there is evidence of a “ball falling from the sky” as early as 1802 near Leiden, Holland.
Local residents found the metal ball and brought it to Leiden University, which was quite famous in those days. Scientists cannot figure out what the sphere is and what it is made of. It was kept at the University until the Napoleonic soldiers took it, after which all traces of it were lost.
After the First World War, another ball was discovered on the territory of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It is supposed to be made of titanium.
The most mysterious ball was discovered in 1974 in Florida. Betz finds her at the scene of a terrible forest fire not far from her home. The man picks up the object and carries it home.
The mysterious ball is 20 centimeters in diameter and “behaves” very strangely. Her very presence in the house causes inexplicable restless behavior in the dog. If the ball is pushed, it changes its trajectory on its own so that it returns to its original point.
A detailed study shows that the object has four magnetic poles, creates a magnetic field around itself and emits radio waves, and there are three more spherical elements inside. It is supposed to be made of steel, but mixed with some unknown element.
In 2000, similar balls fell from the sky over Australia and Africa.
In 2018 and 2022, metal spheres appear in Vietnam and Peru. They have been identified as satellite fuel tanks, but when discussing these events on the Internet, many doubt this version.
The falling of the spheres has been occurring periodically for the past two hundred years. But what are these balls – there is no definitive answer yet, only guesses …