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A Case of Ball Lightning?

A Case of Ball Lightning?

One of Paul Kimball's entries from his blog The Other Side of Truth features an account of a "strange meteorological occurrence," that took place in Venezuela in 1886, in which a family of nine was made ill by a "vivid, dazzling light" that entered their home. Kimball looks at ball lightning as one possible explanation. Read the full entry here.

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