#22. Found over 2,000 years after her death, one of the world’s well- preserved ancient human remains were buried in a mysterious liquid that scientists still can’t replicate.
#21. Scientists are still baffled as to why humans have different blood types at all.
#20. There is a thundercloud in Australia that forms almost every afternoon from September to March each year. It has become the subject of numerous studies by meteorologist worldwide.
#19. A skeleton, 6-8 inches long, was discovered outside a Chilean ghost town.
#18. Nearly 90 different commercial airliners have gone missing in the last seven decades.
#17. In 1973, two men arrived at a sheriffs office claimed to be abducted by aliens with lobster-claw hands.
Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker were fishing when they said they were taken. They talked in distressed voices about the abduction, told the same story (even though they were in different rooms), and Hickson even passed a polygraph exam.
#16. In 1876 it mysteriously rained meat over a Kentucky area near Rankin in Bath County.
“The Kentucky Meat Shower” meat was studied by the Newark Scientific Association and found to contain lung tissue from either a horse or infant (both structures of organs being quite similar), muscle tissue, and cartilage.
#15. “The Black Knight Satellite” whose origin and purpose were unknown, was spotted before any man-made satellites were launched.
In 1954, a retired air force major reported that the U.S Air Force spotted two satellites orbiting Earth. Some claim this black knight satellite may 13,000 years old, and has been both sighted and photographed.
#14. In 1967, Australia lost a prime- minister. It was one of the largest search operations in the country’s history, yet no remains, or personal belongings were ever found.
#13. In 2003 a Boeing 727 was stolen from an Angolan airport even though the suspected thieves were believed to have no abilities to fly an aircraft.
The plane took off without any communication or clearance from the tower. With the lights off, and transponder disabled, it flew above the Atlantic Ocean never to be seen of again.
#12. A gorilla responds to a question about death with: “Comfortable hole, bye”
There is a gorilla famous for knowing sigh language, named Koko. When asked where gorillas go after death, the gorilla hastily responded by signing “Comfortable hole, bye.”
#11. The Kepler telescope has spotted roughly 1,200 possible worlds, including 68 that are earth sized planets.
#10. In 1518, a “dancing plague” struck Strasbourg, Alsace.
Some suffered heart attacks, strokes, and many others died from sheer exhaustion. This was due to the fervent dancing in the streets that lasted over a period of about a month. Hundreds were affected, and it still remains unexplained.
#9. After enduring a brain injury in the shallow end of a swimming pool, a man awoke with the condition known as: Acquired Musical Savant Syndrome.
He may have lost 35% of his hearing, and some memory loss, but he gained the ability to become a great pianist. A few days after the incident he said he felt “inexplicably compelled” to sit at a keyboard.
#8. There is a 240 paged book called The Voynich Manuscript, it was said to be written in the early 15th century in a language completely unknown.
The illustrations point to the possibility that the book is a medieval or early modern book of medicine. The Voynich manuscript has been studied by many professional cryptographers, yet no one has succeeded in deciphering the text.
#7. The “Traub,” the rarest motorcycle in the world, was found behind a brick wall in Chicago in 1968, and still runs to this day.
An examination from Dale Walksler, the current owner, reveals it can be dated back to 1916. The engine’s technology was well ahead of its time, and even some mechanisms on it had never used on any other American motorcycle.
#6. A man spent 67 years of his life stereoblind, which is the inability to experience depth perception. Only after having to pay for 3D glasses to watch the movie Hugo, that his brain suddenly clicked.
About 5-10% of the population who have stereoblindness see the world as if it was a background image. He was able to experience three dimensional vision long after the movie ended even though conventional wisdom stated that it is impossible.
#5. In 1975 odd and anxious behaviors of dogs and other animals led to the evacuation of a city who, hours later, experienced a 7.3 magnitude earthquake.
In the Chinese city of Haicheng, these observations led to an order for 90,000 residents to evacuate the city. Only a few hours afterward, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake destroyed nearly 90% of the city.
#4. The world’s largest virus, named Pandora, was found off the coast of Australia, it also holds about 93% of unidentified genetics.
#3. The Devil’s Kettle, is a massive hole that swallows half a river and no one has any idea where it goes.
#2. On Oak Island in Canada there is a giant hole in the ground said to house pirate treasures no one can reach.
The discovery of a tree nearby with robe damage indicated tales of pirates lowering treasure into the hole below. With financial backing a group of individuals began digging. After a few years they gave up the attempt for treasure because the constant flooding became to hard to maneuver. The only thing salvaged was a large stone that translated to: Forty feet below two million pounds are buried.
#1. “The Great Attractor,” as scientist call it, is a dark matter so dense it is pulling our galaxy, and many others, towards it!
At a speed of 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hr, this huge volume of space is roughly 250 million light years from our solar system. Which means that the eventual fate of the universe is tied to the presence of a dark matter and energy, and no one knows what it is!