Snow and ice had brought much of Kentucky to a standstill that January, and Tom was visiting a friend in a local hospital when he overheard a woman tell of seeing hollow disks of snow in fields, which she said resembled doughnuts standing on edge. Tom drove out with his camera to have a look and, sure enough, began seeing them by the dozens. Never had he seen anything like them before, and hasn’t seen them since. They varied in diameter from 6 inches in some locations to a foot or more on hillsides near Camargo in Montgomery County.
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