It is undeniable that this world there is many mysteries that make us wonder. Sometimes weird things happen around us and make us wonder because it can not be explained to many people scientifically. The world seemed boundless and has a lot of peculiarities that make us confused. For example, started from the appearance of ghosts to aliens who are still debated today.
But, believe it or not, this has become a subject of study and up to now, because it was never solved and still be a mystery. We believe,it is the strange paranormal phenomenon, which is often associated with ‘other and we have been about that from time to time. Many of them become the urban legend. Some of the stories below are a report that appeared in the news media in the past based on a true story.
6) The Miracle of the Sun
On the 13th of October 1917, between 30,000 and 100,000 people gathered in the small,Portuguese village of Fatima to witness a miracle that had been predicted by three children. Those present in Fatima reported seeing a spinning disk appearing from dark clouds overhead. It shined a multi-colored, intense light onto the onlookers before disappearing. The phenomena lasted around 10minutes and some later claimed they had seen the Virgin Mary in the light.
What people experience that day remains a mystery? In 1951 the event was officially recognized as a miracle by the pope. However, scientific explanations argue that the incidents were the result of people staring at the sun for too long.The sun miracle lasted for 10 minutes, in some miles pretty much also can be seen, the archive documents that describe events make people feel confident. In 1927, the village of Fatima Catholic Church confers a qualification holy land, still is sacred ground Rose Lady of Fatima.
5) The Devil’s Footprints
Following heavy snowfall in the Devon region of England in 1855, Series of strange footprints were left behind. They were from cloven feet and spread out across around 170 kilometers (100 miles), leading people to conclude that they were made by Satan. Some pastors in the village found the footprints belonged to the devil, who roaming the countryside in search of people who are innocent. This opinion was expressed to make the village residents be more diligent to worship in the local church,while others reject this opinion as superstition.
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Frightened residents refused to leave their homes and footprints were reported in some different locations which are near impossible to reach, such as rooftops and closed off areas behind high walls.Aside from an actual visit by the devil, various theories have blamed escaped kangaroos, hopping mice, lost experiments balloons, or even badgers for the footprints- but these all suggestions remain speculative.
4) Black Eyed Children
In 1998 journalist Brian Bethel reported a sinister paranormal event during which he was approached by two boys with completely black eyes, asking for a list in his car.Brian stated that he’d been overcome with a feeling of dread and an incredible urge to do the children asked as if they were controlling him. Since history was published, multiple accounts of events of the same nature have been reported across the world.
But the stories as mostly without evidence and as such dismissed as hysterical episodes or urban legends. While Brian stands by his story, skeptics claim that he does so just to attract more exposure and further his writing career.
3) Dyatlov Pass Incident
On the night of February 2nd, 1959, 9 hikers were killed while trekking in the Ural Mountains in Russia. The cause of their death is still a mystery. On the aside of ‘Dead Mountain’ is were their body were found. 6 of them had died of hypothermia, but curiously 3 had been killed by skull and chest fractures. There was no sign of struggle, but they had fled the campsite- some barefoot.
One woman was missing the tongue,lips, and her eyes. Soviet authorities claimed they were killed by “unknowing compelling force”. Being reported by some witnesses that they saw strangers in the sky that night. This led to theories of and extraterrestrial encounter, or a tongue-eating Yeti. The best rational explanations are that they camped in a military testing ground for parachute mines, but this is an unproven theory.
2) Death of Elisa Lam
Elisa Lam’s dead body was recovered from a water tank on top of Los Angeles hotel in 2013. No one is sure how she got there. However, CCTV footage surfaced of Elisa’s unsettling activities in the Hotel before she died. In it she can be seen interacting with an unseen force, hiding, talking and gesturing to it. Paranormal experts claim that she was possessed and some say this theory is supported by the fact that authorities failed to discover how Elisa got into the inaccessible water tank.
There was no ladder, the tank’s lids were too heavy for one person, the police dogs found no trace of Elisa on the roof. Elisa’s death remains puzzling. People started likened to the events of horror films ‘Dark Water’, in which a malicious spirit takes over people’s bodies and drown them.
1) Doris Bither
No one believed Doris Bither when she claimed that three ghosts routinely beat her and her children. She even suggested that these spirits had sexually assaulted her, presenting fang-like bites on her back and buttocks. To test her assertions, Dr. Barry Taff of UCLA visited her home in 1974. His research team is said to have observed colored lights flying around her room, and witnesses saw Doris attacked and thrown around the room by an invisible phantom.
While Dr. Taff concluded that it was a paranormal event, skeptic blames alcoholism and schizophrenia. Doris would continue to be haunted by these phantasm attackers until she died. Gaynor and Taff witnessed objects move in his house, including photos of light floating appearance. But they never saw the ghost attacks against Bither. Ghost disturbance reduced after Bither and the family moved house.