In November 1954, Ann Hodges was resting in her Oak Grove, Alabama home when a meteorite crashed through her roof and hit her. She became the only known human being to survive a meteorite strike. Ann was thrown into a media spotlight she never wanted and learned that fame can cause more damage than a meteorite landing on your hip. 

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MusicTheme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use. 

Additional Music"Stars Fell On Alabama" by Guy Lombardo, Composed by Frank Perkins with lyrics by Mitchell Parish, 1934. "Atlantean Twilight", "Dark Fog", "Ambient" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com); "Featherlight" by Lee Rosevere; The Big Sky by Purple Planet Music Licensed under Creative Commons 

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