1. The Taos hum
Residents of Taos, New Mexico have been experiencing low-frequency hum that has been getting on their nerves. Scientists have tried everything they could and still haven’t managed to come up any valid explanation for this phenomenon. It may be due to the acoustics of dry desert air and others think the government is involved somehow.
2. 3 Year old identifies his murderer from past life
A 3 year old Syrian boy in the Golan Heights region suddenly remembered his past life and successfully told his family members all the details of his past life. He even took them to the grave where he was buried. Villagers found a skeleton of a man, the axe with which he was killed, which was pointed out by the kid himself. This man was missing since past 4 years and the child even recited the full name of his killer and when authorities confronted the man, after some police work, admitted to killing the man.
3. Death Valley stones
Death Valley National Park in California is a matter of mystery due to the moving stones in the park. These sailing stones move along the park’s smooth ground without anyone moving them. The strange thing is that the stones even change directions and even are found flipped over. Scientists have blamed the air and magnetic properties of the stones for this movement.
4. Head injury turns a man into math genius
A 44-year-old furniture store worker by the name of Jason Padgett was knocked out in a fight in 2002 mugging incident. He was left for dead on the sidewalk, but he woke up next day and started seeing lines and patterns all over. He started learning about math and physics, but side effects of his new powers were OCD and depression. The injury unlocked the genius center of his brain and helped him understand complex mathematics and theories. However, scientists have been unable to explain how the injury turned a self-proclaimed women chaser into a math genius.
5. Massive tide makes an entire beach disappear
Porthleven, UK saw a bizarre and curious incident when a huge and freak tide swept away all the sand from a beach. However, another high tide sort of deposited the taken sand back on the beach. Scientists determined that it would take millions of years to redeposit the sand, rocks and stones on the beach. However, the sea, in a sort of apology, re-deposited the sand, rocks and stones in their places again after few hours.
6. UFO light in Norway
Hessdalen Valley of Norway has been seeing a weird lightning phenomenon since the last 70 years or so. The residents of the valley see this phenomenon 10-20 times every year. White or yellow colored lights, as big as cars, as seen floating in the air. Scientists have claimed that the reason behind this phenomenon is metallic rocks divided by a sulphurous river creates a ‘natural’ battery, creating the right conditions for the light orbs. Watch the lights in the video below.
7. Red hue over Pacific Ocean
This red colored mist or light was seen over Russian peninsula of Kamchatka by JPC van Heijst. Van Heijst was flying a Beoing 707 from Hong Kong to Alaska, when he saw this mysterious light underneath his plane. It happened after a lightning strike, but with no thunderstorms, the light couldn’t have occurred due to a storm. Scientists offered a tame reason of a volcanic explosion underneath the surface of ocean.
8. Bird Migration
Though all of us have seen this phenomenon every year, scientists have still not figured out why birds migrate to a certain place during a certain time of the year. This seasonal migration pattern of birds are passed over generation and scientists have speculated it is due to seasonal or mating reasons, but what they cannot reason is how come birds, fishes and even mammals have the route of migration hardwired in their brains, as many animals travel the same route for the first time after they are born.