This mummified corpse of a frog was found in a hollow flint ‘geode’ which was cracked open in 1899 by workmen in a quarry in England. There have been many reports of frogs found inside rocks; some still living in a kind of stupor but which revived once exposed to the air.
Was James Dean’s Porche Spyder, which he nicknamed “The Little Bastard,” cursed? Not only did the car carry James Dean to an early grave, but it was also responsible for several accidents and fatalities after Dean’s death.
Mel Gibson should just break down and call his next movie Violence and Subtitles.
In the 12th century near Suffolk, England local farmers made a remarkable discovery: a boy and a girl weeping in a field… both with green skin.
Everyone knows the story of Chicken Little who, when struck by a falling acorn jumped to the conclusion that the sky was falling and caused a huge panic, but what isn’t generally known is that strange things have fallen from the sky before… and we’re not talking acorns this time.
Taos is a sleepy town in New Mexico that, in the winter serves as a skiing community. However, there is another reason that Toas is famous and it’s a reason that has been documented but never explained.
Unexplained mysteries and the paranormal are a hobby of mine. I enjoy hearing about it and I enjoy writing about it, but like most people I never really experienced it first hand… until I went to Marfa, Texas that is.
Racetrack Playa, nestled between the Cottonwood Mountains to the east and the Last Chance Range to the West, is a seasonally dry lake in the northern part of the Panamint Mountains in Death Valley National Park, California, U.S.A. and it is famous for rocks that mysteriously move across its surface.
Did ancient explorers sail the coast of an ice-free Antarctica? Did they possess mapping tools that we don’t know about? The human race is a species with amnesia and this appears to be another chapter in our history lost to the ages and ignored for convenience.
The sad mysterious fate of this Dutch freighter is one of the most chilling unknowns in maritime history.