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?
In 1795 a young boy paddled his canoe from the mainland of Nova Scotia to an offshore island, where he stumbled upon the Money Pit. For almost 200 years since treasure hunters have been trying to unlock its secret.
An exquisite gem, the priceless Hope Diamond, was believed to have been cursed by a woman who blamed her marital unhappiness on it.
One of the most perplexing events of the 20th Century did not involve flying saucers, conspiracy theories, a criminal act, or even strange creature sightings. It took place on a seemingly normal day in a Japanese airport.
This story is one of the most famous ghost stories and is featured in most books about the paranormal. The story revolves around the Chase family Vault near Oistins, Barbados.
Spontaneous human combustion (or SHC for short) is a theory that the human body can catch fire, burn or explode without any source of ignition.
In 1943, around the end of October, US Destroyer Escort USS Eldridge was to be rendered invisible to human observers for a brief period of time.
In November of 1922, Howard Carter discovered the Tomb of Tutankhamun. Located in the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank at Luxor, the tomb revealed a fantastic wealth of artefacts and treasure. Because of the uniqueness and quantity of treasure, the world's media was stirred into a frenzy and the whole world was looking at Carter and Tutankhamun.
The famous Bermuda Triangle, or Devils Triangle, is located off the shores of Miami and spans across Atlantic to Bermuda and Puerto Rico. The first recorded unexplained event for the area was written by Columbus.
Dancing rocks, rolling stones and boogie boulders, these are all names for a strange phenomenon unique to Death Valley in California.