Unexplained Phenomena

Some phenomena defy all logical and scientific explanation. Just how do rocks and pebbles move across the desert by themselves? What was the Philadelphia Experiment and did it work?

Spontaneous Glass Breakage or Shattering

Spontaneous Glass Breakage is a phenomenon whereby glass shatters or explodes by itself with no apparent reason or cause.
- 2nd Jun, 2018

What Is the Oak Island Money Pit?

Discovered in 1795, the Money Pit is reportedly the site of a treasure trove, however nobody has been able to reach the treasure.
- 29th Mar, 2014

The Hope Diamond

An exquisite gem, the priceless Hope Diamond, was believed to have been cursed by a woman who blamed her marital unhappiness on it.
- 2nd May, 2012

The Man from Taured

Was the Man from Taured a traveller from alternate universe? When officials saw a passport from a nonexistent country, they were baffled.
- 1st Feb, 2010

The Mysterious Moving Coffins of Barbados

This story of the Moving Coffins of Barbados is one of the most famous ghost stories and revolves around the Chase family Vault in Barbados.
- 31st Jan, 2009

Spontaneous Human Combustion

Spontaneous human combustion (SHC for short) is a theory that the human body can catch fire, burn or explode without any source of ignition.
- 4th Apr, 2008

The Philadelphia Experiment of Invisibility and Teleportation

In 1943, the Philadelphia Experiment rendered a US Navy Destroyer invisible to human observers for a brief period of time.
- 14th Mar, 2008

Curse of Tutankhamun

Howard Carter discovered the Tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922 and almost immediatley the effects of the Curse of Tutankhamun were experienced.
- 21st Dec, 2007

Bermuda Triangle Mystery - Myth Or Reality?

The famous Bermuda Triangle, or Devils Triangle, is located off the shores of Miami and spans across Atlantic to Bermuda and Puerto Rico.
- 21st Dec, 2007

Mysterious Rolling Stones of Death Valley

Rolling Stones of Death Valley are strange phenomenon unique to Death Valley in California where the stones mysteriously move by themselves.
- 21st Dec, 2007