The boy's head was a meteorite
7-year-old boy from Florida and his father argued that the pieces of a meteorite hit the boy's head, who fell from the sky over the weekend.
Stephen Lippard was playing in the courtyard of his house, when some hard object hit his head. The boy thought that his head hit a golf ball, and not attach any particular significance. Arriving home, the boy's father, Wayne, saw his son's head drained from the blood. Doctors had to make an incision and remove the debris from the head of the boy, then three stitches were imposed.
The researchers studied the strange pieces of rock, pulled out from the head of Stephen, and found that it fragments are similar in composition to a meteorite. Despite its small size, these fragments have a very strong magnetic properties. Now the pieces sent for chemical analysis, which definitively confirms the origin of the breed.