The Summer Solstice saw a strange death on a statue's horn.
An unidentified 14-year-old boy was killed early Saturday morning, June 22, 2013, when he was impaled on a bull statue’s horn at the National Ranching Heritage Museum. (Visit their website here.)
The incident occurred at about 3 a.m., said Chris Cook, director of marketing and communications for Texas Tech University.
The boy was playing hide-and-seek with friends and struck the statue while running on the museum’s lawn.