It Came from Outer Space! Meteor-Like UFO Drops Mysterious, Spongy Organisms in Man's Yard

It Came from Outer Space! Meteor-Like UFO Drops Mysterious, Spongy Organisms in Man’s Yard


When a UFO streaked through the sky over a Chinese man’s residence last week, it left behind a spongy, oozing parting gift in his front yard.

Peng Xianyong of Yongjin, China described seeing a red and green meteor-like object fly overhead on March 22nd, and as it did, his front yard lit up for a split second. He didn’t think very much of it until the following day, when he walked into his front yard to find four very strange yellow organisms growing. When he peeled the spongy outer layer of the object (with a stick, one hopes), it revealed an oozing, golden center that quickly browned and crusted.

Local officials who learned of the strange growths quickly visited Peng to see for themselves, and after doing some poking and prodding of their own, told the WCC Daily that the objects smelled like “fresh plants” and had the consistency of “steamed goose eggs”.


While there is speculation that Peng simply saw a meteor, neither he, nor his fellow villagers believe it. They’re hoping that sending samples of the yellow organisms to the government’s agricultural department will back them up. Or, you know, at least get the blobs exterminated before they grow large enough to terrorize the city.

What do you make of Peng’s discovery? Did an unidentified flying object leave something behind? Or is it just a coincidence that Peng sees a meteor the night before a strange fungus pops up on his property? Tweet me @WhoForted, message me on Facebook, or leave a comment below and let me know what you think.


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Alien poop?

Mike McKay

Just in time for Easter!
BBQ Chicken Stuffed Peeps!

Apparently neither the Chinese man who found the unidentified fungus-like material in his yard or the author of the article or the commentors has read Dean Koontz book “The Taking”……………….

If you had you know that aliens dropping spongy spoor-like things onto the earth means they are beginning to reverse “terra”-form the planet to support their lifeforms….

Duhn dun daaa! (Only partially kidding…..)

I’m with you on this. Imagine if it had landed on the man.

For god’s sake, China, this is exactly how every alien monster movie starts. I don’t care what they smell like, DO NOT POKE AT THE ALIEN SPONGE.

What do you think the chances are of us getting a report on this thing’s chemical makeup?

This explains why weird new viruses always seem to track back to China as the source.

Hiya Greg,

Looks like dog vomit fungus to me:

What a lovely name, huh? Still no excuse to go poking it with a stick. That’s how pod people begin their worldwide takeover…

Interesting! I hope that everyone had a both a great and safe weekend and Easter, and that they are having a happy April Fool’s Day and have a good week! Is this a joke?

Peng? Wait..Peng…everyone loves Peng…this is the start of Dead Space.


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…Or maybe one of them just needed to take a dump

Perhaps it is Big Bird poo.

Shut down the thread, this is the best answer.



Looks like a peep infused with bacon.

Good ole Slime Mold. Bizzare and amazing organism. Would not be suprised if jf had exfra terestrial origins hehe . Technically a member of the Protisitsa family not Fungus 😉

Looks like yellow grits and bacon.

Marshmello Peep Pizza Surprise yummm!


I’ve seen this movie it doesn’t end well.