Man From Northern Bosnia Appears To Be Targeted By Aliens

Samuel Reason - July 24th, 2019

It what is truly a bizarre turn of events a man located in Northern Bosnia looks like he is being singled out by aliens. At Least if you believe aliens control where meteorites fall on Earth. The man from Belgrade has been bombarded by meteorites. A total of six meteorite strikes have fallen on his home, which mathematically speaking, just does not make much sense at all.

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Radivoke Lajic, was first seen in the international media in 2008 after the fifth meteorite crashed through his roof. Located in the northern village of Gornij Lajici, there was nothing that special about the area that would attract space debris, at least nothing that met the eye. And then in 2010, another fiery meteorite strike happened to make it six in total. Experts and researchers are completely out of answers to explain why in the world Lajic is being targeted.

Lajic, of course, has his own explanation, according to him, the aliens are out to get him. He normally sticks to wearing a tinfoil hat on his head and has even reinforced his roof to protect him from the alien’s bombardment. His neighbor has been quoted to say that Lajic has also been known to claim red bunny rabbits are chasing him and also that popular characters from American tv series are following him, all to say that we may want to take Lajic’s claims with a grain of salt.

That being said, the meteorite strikes are real. Lajic even funded his house reinforcements by selling one of the meteorites to a university in the Netherlands. This did not go down to well at the University of Limburg, with professors complaining the geologist department had spent too much money on a rock.

Lajic has said that he doesn’t really mind it too much, as the meteorite strikes have allowed him to meet many people from all over the world. His home has had numerous visitors and researchers, trying to figure out what in the world attracts them to his home. Their best guess so far is it comes down to a magnetic anomaly.

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