Mystery “Organism” Appears In Man’s Lawn Following Lightning Strike

alienmysterymeatIs this how the alien invasion begins? If you believe that the weather foreshadows far-reaching change, it may be time to worry, after a yet-unidentified object (or creature) fell from above, or emerged from below, on a reddit user’s property following a lightning strike. Via Who Forted?:

Did an alien creature just land on Earth? Did a bolt of electricity blast some poor squirrel inside out? Just what in god’s name is that thing?

Those are just a few of the questions asked after a streak of lightning struck a man’s front yard this weekend, blowing a hole in the ground and revealing a Lovecraftian monstrosity smoking in the dirt. Immediately, theories began to pour in from morbidly curious internet slueths, ranging from everything to a coagulated earthworm colony, to fulgarite, to a fried Koosh ball.

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Taco Bell has gone too far this time.

  • echar

    Sky Vagina has spoken!

    • Anarchy Pony

      But what did it say?

      • echar

        What has been said can only be understood in the most abstract of ways. This song offers the closest proximity of a clear message.

        • Anarchy Pony

          We are not worthy…

      • Calypso_1

        Looks like she dropped a placenta.

        Question is…what avatar now walks among us?

        • jnana


    • Jeremy McNerney

      reminds me of that blob they found in the sewers of some big city.

      • echar

        It could be a clever special effects person having a bit of fun.

  • Sethy Trashroad

    Lavos? Is that you? 😉

    • Chaorder Gradient

      Well we’re screwed in about 100 million years or so

  • Juan

    How cute, a baby Cthulhu.

  • BuzzCoastin

    that’s definitely a week old Big Mac

    • 100PercentChanceOfAFauxPas

      No, no, no. It takes a big mac 10 thousand years to breakdown. The fries 15k years.

  • Dingbert

    Low-density inorganic material is my best guess. Used to do plasma research. Fabrics and the like we put in the box mostly came out rubbery and squishy, just like they say in the article. Plants and insects usually didn’t undergo such a dramatic change.

  • Chaorder Gradient

    anyone ever see Joe Dirt and his “meteorite”?

  • Kristof Sole Kahler

    its called a sea anemone….

  • Ben Pannell

    if it was found dead it’s more likely that it was struck…not beamed down from Jalglaxiar 47

  • Kyle Johnson

    It’s a squished Hedgehog

  • Amy Mae Yeater Sorry guys, this was on reddit a month ago and turns out it is a squishy ball >.>

  • Josh

    It’s the funk.