This Is The Single Craziest Thing You Never Knew Happened In Kentucky
Usually when our state gets on the news it is due to the Kentucky Derby Festival, political chaos, or something pertaining to bourbon. At one point we had tales of goblins in part of the state, but at least some strange excuse could be concocted for that. Our state has had some strange phenomena that occurred over the centuries, and we covered some events previously. One thing that cannot just be easily explained away, and is considered a crazy event in Kentucky history, would be the meat storm.
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A sample of this regurgitated meat is on display at the Moosnick Medical and Science Museum at 300 N Broadway Road in Lexington’s Transylvania University to this day. The documented theory seems a little questionable, but then again, it is hard to explain this crazy event in Kentucky history. You can read about more crazy events in Kentucky’s history here.
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