Meteorwrong is an amusing term – a “play on words” – applied to rocks said or thought to be meteorites by someone but which are actually terrestrial rocks or man-made objects. In the scientific meteorite literature, some ambiguous meteorwrongs have been designated pseudometeorites. Some of these, at least, have required chemical or mineralogical testing to prove that they are not meteorites.
All of the photos below were sent to me by persons inquiring if (or insisting that!) the object was a meteorite. In my opinion, none of them are meteorites.