Fort, Charles - The Book of the Damned - Falls of hay
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
In the Scientific American, 33-197, there is an account of some hay that fell from the sky. That, upon July 27, 1875, small masses of damp hay had fallen at Monkstown, Ireland.
In the Dublin Daily Express, Dr. J.W. Moore had explained: he had found a nearby whirlwind, to the south of Monkstown, that coincided. But, according to the Scientific American, a similar fall had occurred near Wrexham, England, two days before.
In November, 1918, I made some studies upon light objects thrown into the air. Armistice-day. I suppose I should have been more emotionally occupied, but I made notes upon torn-up papers thrown high in the air from windows of office buildings. Scraps of paper did stay together for a while. Several minutes, sometimes.