According to reports, some jerk(s) vandalized the iconic field from the good but completely illogical 1989 film Field of Dreams. That field, which has been maintained (and open to the public) since the movie was released nearly three decades ago, appears to have been rocked by someone's car/truck:

According to the Dubuque Telegraph Herald workers found the field in its current sorry state on Tuesday morning. The owner of the land, Denise Stillman, says the vehicle cut deep gashes into the outfield in addition to damaging a sprinkler system. While it's never good for a field to get run over, the fact that the grounds were softened by warm weather and rain made the damage even worse than it otherwise would've been. Stillman says that, despite the destruction, the field will stay open, even as repairs are made throughout the summer.

"A lot of people travel (from) all over the world to come see the Field of Dreams, and they don’t always check Facebook to make sure we are open," Stillman said. "We’ll just have to keep operating as is."

The spot has been an annual (and free) destination for thousands of visitors to flock to the east Iowa town of Dyersville (which otherwise probably isn't overflowing with tourists), since it was erected for the Oscar-nominated Kevin Costner flick.

Additionally, since it's the 21st century and all, a GoFundMe page was setup to raise $15K for repairs. So far they've amassed over $6,000: