The Chandeleur Islands are a chain of uninhabited barrier islands located in the Gulf of Mexico, 50 miles east of New Orleans. Here an amateur archaeologist made a fascinating discovery – the 12,000-year-old lost city submerged in water.
It is said that Gribshunden sank in 1495 after catching fire while in the Baltic Sea off the coast of Ronneby in southeastern Sweden; but the actual cause of her fate is still unknown. She is one of the best-preserved wrecks from the late medieval period.
The scientific name of the species is 'Promachocrinus fragarius' and according to the study, the name Fragarius is derived from the Latin word "fragum," which means "strawberry."
On September 20, 1994, 22-year-old Candy Belt and 18-year-old Gloria Ross were found dead in a Oak Grove massage parlor where they worked. Almost three decades have passed, the double murder case still remains unsolved.
Victims of the disease would sometimes act as if they were drunk, would experience memory loss about what they had done and experienced, and would often experience hallucinations like a "snail walking over their face".
Dancing plague of 1518 is an event in which hundreds of citizens of Strasbourg inexplicably danced for weeks, some even to their deaths.
DNA evidence from Spanish settlements indicates that cattle were imported from Africa early in colonization.
In 1996, a horrifying crime shocked the city of Arlington, Texas. Nine-year-old Amber Hagerman was abducted while riding her bike near her grandmother's house. Four days later, her lifeless body was found in a creek, brutally murdered.
When the West End Baptist Church of Nebraska exploded in 1950, no one was injured because every single member of the choir was coincidentally late in arriving for practice that evening.
Cicada 3301 is a mysterious large-scale codebreaker event that took place in 2012. A random account on 4chan appeared with the name Cicada 3301 and had these large puzzles for people to solve.
The Rock Wall of Texas: Is it really older than any known human civilization on Earth?
The mysterious disappearance of Bryce Laspisa: A decade of unanswered questions
Ararat anomaly: Is the southern slope of Mount Ararat the resting place of Noah’s Ark?
El Tajín: The lost city of the “Thunder” and a mysterious people