In 1876, large pieces of fresh red meat three to four inches square fell on a 100 by 50
yard area in Kentucky. Although it looked like beef, two men who tasted it said it was
either mutton or venison. After careful examination of several samples, the specimens
were found to contain muscle, lung, and connective tissue. Residents decided that the
only possible solution was that a flock of previously fed buzzards had regurgitated their
last meals overhead.