A nomadic tribe lived over 12,000 years ago in Turkey and built massive megaliths over 25-acre area. At that time mankind only knew how to make fire but had not discovered the wheel yet. Excavations are still going on today.
There is a bridge in Scotland where dogs are known to commit suicide. In the past fifty years, over fifty dogs have visited the bridge and leapt to their death. It remains a mystery today.
Residents of the city of Glasgow in Scotland have a disproportionately low life expectancy and no one’s sure why.
Sixty years ago a soccer match ground to a halt when unidentified flying objects were spotted above a stadium in Florence. “They were moving very fast and then they just stopped. It all lasted a couple of minutes.” Ten-thousand fans were watching the game in the concrete bowl of the Stadio Artemi Franchi. But just after half-time the stadium fell eerily silent – then a roar went up from the crowd. The spectators were no longer watching the match, but were looking up at the sky, fingers pointing. The players stopped playing, the ball rolled to a stand-still.
During the reign of the Roman Emperor Tiberius Caesar, between 14-37 AD, a craftsman created flexible glass which was shatterproof, and would only produce slight dents when dropped, which could be easily repaired with a hammer.
The Emperor, fearing that it would devalue gold and silver, had the craftsman executed. To this day no one knows how the legendary material was made.
Saturn’s moon Titan has an unexplained anomaly in its atmospheric composition that is consistent with earlier predictions about life there.
Four submarines from various nations around the world were all lost a few months apart in 1968. None of the losses were ever explained.
The genome of modern humans contains the DNA from four different hominid ancestors: homo sapiens, Neanderthals, Denisovans, and a fourth species that has yet to be discovered. “What it begins to suggest is that we’re looking at a Lord of the Rings-type world — that there were many hominid populations,” says Mark Thomas, an evolutionary geneticist at University College London.
YouTube user 235FireFly was admiring Newfoundland scenery when he suddenly noticed something out of place over an iceberg out at sea.
I noticed what appeared to be a chunk of ice just barely attached to an iceberg, hoping to catch it collapse I took out the camera and zoomed in. What you can see is a white object not attached to the iceberg, but rather spinning around and changing shape? There was no fog and it was a perfectly clear day so I’m up for debate.
A skeleton, only 6-8 inches long was discovered outside a Chilean ghost town. It was declared to be human, and to have lived to be as old as 8 years. A definite explanation for it’s size, mutations, and origin has not been found.