A bizarre phenomenon that I'm sure we all wish we could experience: money appearing seemingly out of nowhere. Pennies, dimes, quarters - even bills - appearing miraculously from who-knows-where. We're not talking about finding coins on the street. We're talking about money materializing from the sky and, more mysteriously, in and around houses and apartments - with no easy or logical explanation.
There are many documented instances of money raining down from the skies. During a storm in August, 1940, numerous coins fell on the Meshchera region of Russia. In 1956, pennies and halfpennies plopped down on children in Hanham, England as they were heading home from school. And in 1976, two clergymen watched as 2,000 marks worth of banknotes fluttered down from a clear sky in Limburg, West Germany.
Were their prayers answered or did someone simply toss money out of a plane and it fell from the sky?
Answer by jennijune_21 at 11:16 AM on Aug. 25, 2009
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Answer by jennijune_21 at 11:17 AM on Aug. 25, 2009
I wish it would happen in my yard. Like around $300,000.00 to be exact. Enough to pay off my house and other bills. And a little for a vacation to Europe. LOL
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