Let’s start off with facts.
The odds of you or any living thing on this planet earth getting struck and killed by a meteorite is around 1 in 250,000.
The chances are pretty low, right? But sadly, those numbers are just numbers.
There has been no credible and well-documented evidence of any human being getting killed by a meteorite.
However, researchers are now saying that they have found 3 separate official papers describing a fatal encounter with an extra-terrestrial object around 130 years ago.
According to reports, on August 22, 1888, at approximately 8:30 pm, a fireball was seen in the sky shortly before a shower of meteorites pieces fell like rain on a village in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq, which was part of the Ottoman Empire at that time.
1 man reportedly died after being struck and a second was left paralyzed, said the manuscripts that are stored in the archives of the Turkish government.
The event was confirmed by a report to the Sultan, Abdul Hamid II.
Due to the fact that these documents are from official government sources and written by the local authorities… we do not have any suspicion on their reality.
According to researchers, this is the first proof of an event in the history of planet earth that a meteorite had killed a man.