A fireball seen in nine states including Missouri and Illinois was seen by at least 185 people.

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Witnesses saw the fireball over on Father's Day weekend and were seen in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin. One video was from a car dashboard that had a very clear view of the fireball falling from the sky.

Seems fireballs are becoming popular since there are more cameras around to record them falling. Of course, fireballs have been seen many many times in years past, but they wat technology has become more popular we are getting more videos.

A fireball is just another term for a very bright meteor and is special due to the way it explodes in the sky to create the flash we all can see. No one from Quincy reported seeing the fireball, the closest to the Tri-States was Springfield.

You Can Buy This '60s Era Old West Theme Park in Warsaw

Did you ever experience the 1800s-inspired theme park in Warsaw on the way to Lake of the Ozarks in the '80s or '90s? It opened in 1979 according to Four States Homepage and closed in 1995. This little pioneer village was a labor of love for Marion Shipman and his family until it closed. Now they'd like to see someone else with a passion for entertaining and the old west bring it back to life.

Take a look at all the pictures. I think it'd be a great place to show off blacksmithing, carpentry, and the arts and crafts of the pioneer west, offer gifts for sale, and fun place to step back in time and get a drink, use the bathroom, and get into that Lake of the Ozarks vibe. Heck, someone could make bank updating the buildings and making it a themed Airbnb or bed and breakfast.

The property is being offered for $295,000 through Susan Newman at Missouri Lakes Realty.

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