Worlds biggest and deadliest Hail storm
In 1942 a British forest guard in Roopkund, India made an alarming discovery. Some 16,000 feet above sea level, at the bottom of a small valley, was a frozen lake absolutely fulled with skeleton That summer, ice melt revealed even more skeletal remains, floating in the water and lying around the lake’s edges. Something horrible had happened here. Hail killed every last one of them. A National Geographic team set out to examine the bones in 2004. The team realized that everyone at the skeleton lake had died from blows to the head and shoulders caused by blunt round objects about the size of cricket balls.
A national geogarhic team set out to examine the bones in 2004 . The team realized that everyone at the skeleton lake had died for a blow to the head and shoulders caused by a blunt , round object about the size of a cricket balls