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The Loch Ness Monster
For ages, people have been hearing about the Loch Ness monster and how it baffled everyone thinking that it is a creature unlike any other. There have been many sightings over the years and photos and videos of actual footage have been checked and looked at time and time again, confirming if it could be some kind of sea serpent or a descendant of the dinosaurs. Even up today, as some are claiming, it still exists and swims under the waters.
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We all know of bioluminescent sea creatures, that emit a glow under the sea, but what about the sea itself? When there’s a Milky Way galaxy, there’s a milky sea phenomena. A British merchant vessel had recorded that the sea from which they were floating on, had turned into a milky white color back in 1995.

In 2005, some scientists had concluded that the glow came from the bioluminescent bacteria that were there, to attract fish. The mystery with this is the unknown cause of the dinoflagellates’ instant growth in population, although more questions about this sea are still unanswered.
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This mysterious underwater structure is also known as the Bimini Wall, that could be found near North Bimini island in the Bahamas. It’s a road that is made up of rectangular and subrectangular limestone blocks. This was discovered back in 1968, when three divers had seen what looked like an extensive pavement made up of stones of varying sizes and thickness.

Scientists are not sure if this was a manmade structure or not, but some people believe that this was one of the remnants of Atlantis.
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Villisca Axe Murders
Unfortunately for the six members of the Moore family, we are entirely sure that what happened to them actually happened. And what happened is particularly gruesome. At some point between the evening of June 9, 1912, and early morning of June 10, 1912, the family and two house guests were bludgeoned to death in their rural Iowan home. All eight victims, including six children, suffered severe head wounds from an axe. And the murderer is still on the loose.
Well, possibly not. They’re probably elderly and/or dead by now, but still, they got away with it. The affluent family had a pretty good social standing in the Villisca community, friendly with all their neighbours. If they weren’t, then they might not have been discovered so quickly; on member of the town thought it strange they hadn’t appeared to do their morning chores, as they did every day outside the house at 7am sharp, and it’s that neighbour who raised the alarm of the horrific scenes inside.
The killer – or killers – had methodically gone from room to room, killing each member of the household in their sleep with an axe – or axes. There have been numerous suspects, from a hobo passing through town to a travelling minister to an elaborate conspiracy theory involving an Iowa state senator hiring a serial killer to do the family in, because the elder Moore had stolen business by opening a more successful tool store than the senator had. The reverend was tried twice, and acquitted each time.
The Villisca Axe Murder House, as it has been delightfully redubbed, has since been renovated and is now a tourist attraction, as a company gives guided tours and talks up the possibility of the house being haunted. It probably isn’t haunted, but the town still is, because despite being such a grizzly murder and in such a small town, the killings have never been solved.
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The Overtoun Bridge is an arch bridge located near Milton, Dumbarton, Scotland, which was built in 1859. It has become famous for the number of unexplained instances in which dogs have, apparently, committed suicide by leaping off it. The incidents were first recorded around the 1950’s or 1960’s, when it was noticed that dogs – usually the long-nosed variety, like Collies – would suddenly and unexpectedly leap off the bridge and fall fifty feet, to their deaths. In some cases, however, the dogs would survive, recuperate, and then leap off the bridge again. What makes this tragic mystery even more mysterious is that many of the dogs that jump from Overton Bridge jump from the same side and from almost the same spot: between the final two parapets on the right-hand side of the bridge.Some believe that the bridge is haunted. In 1994, a man threw his baby son off the bridge, claiming that it was the anti-Christ. Later, the man attempted suicide there as well. Was Overtoun Bridge responsible for this tragic event? Some believe that Overtoun Bridge is a “thin place”, where the barrier between the world of the living and the world of the dead meet, and sometimes cross over.
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Francis Leavy was a dedicated firefighter during the 1920s. He loved his job, and his peers loved him. He was a pleasant man, always ready with a smile and a helping hand. On April 18, 1924, Francis’s colleagues became aware of a change in his demeanor. Suddenly, he was an unsmiling, grunting guy washing a large window at the Chicago Fire Department, not looking at anyone or talking.After a few minutes, Leavy suddenly announced that he had a strange feeling—a feeling that he might die that very day. At that very moment, the phone rang and broke the heavy atmosphere brought on by the fireman’s words. A fire was raging at a building quite a long way from the fire department, and no time was to be wasted. In just a few minutes, Francis Leavy and his fellow firefighters were on the scene, assessing the situation and helping those trapped on the top floors. Everything seemed to be on track to rescue everyone from the building. Then, suddenly, the flames engulfed the lower part of the building, and the roof caved in. As soon as this happened, the walls came crashing down, pinning many people under the rubble—including Leavy. Leavy’s grim premonition came true. He lost his life that day trying to save others. The very next day, trying to come to terms with the loss of Leavy, his colleagues sat at the firehouse thinking about the events of the previous day. Suddenly, they noticed something strange on one of the windows. It looked like a handprint smudged onto the glass. Eerily, it was the very same window that Francis Leavy was busy washing the day before.The firemen cleaned the window again, but the print stubbornly refused to disappear. For many years, the handprint remained on the window in spite of chemicals used to try and remove it. The strange mystery remained unsolved, but came to an abrupt end when a newspaper boy threw a paper against the window in 1944, causing it to shatter into pieces.
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The beastly twin tornadoes that leveled the small town of Pilger, Nebraska in June, killing two and injuring nearly two dozen, were a horrifying, relatively rare phenomenon. Both of the twisters were rated at EF-4 intensity on the Enhanced Fujita Tornado Damage Scale, with winds as high as 200 miles per hour. One of them went directly through Pilger, while its twin spun itself out to the east of the town.

The sibling tornado damage tracks were visible from space, where a NASA satellite spotted what look like nearly identical scars on the Earth's surface, separated by about two miles.

There are many things scientists still don’t know about tornadoes. For example, they still don’t know exactly why some severe, rotating thunderstorms, known as supercells, produce tornadoes while other nearly identical storms do not. The Pilger tornadoes demonstrated another unknown — how some storms can spawn multiple violent tornadoes at the same time.

Greg Carbin, a meteorologist at the Storm Prediction Center told Mashable after the event that the tornadoes were unusual since we rarely see such a “vivid example of a complex tornado.”
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Birds falling from the sky
Url-2-62In Arkansas about a year ago, a bunch of black birds fell from the sky. At the time fireworks were blamed, though this theory was not incredibly well tested. It happened again not that long after, and this time they weren’t sure enough to blame fireworks. To make matters even stranger, in the same state, around the same time, thousands of fish mysteriously turned up dead.
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The Mackenzie Poltergeist is one of the most famous attractions when taking the City of the Dead tour within the Greyfriars Kirkyard in Edinburgh as people who join the tour experience bruises, scratches, and some even faint as they enter and see the Black Mausoleum where Sir George Mackenzie lies. Is it all for show? Maybe there’s only one way to find out…
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When DB Cooper hijacked a Boeing 727 along with $200,000, he proceeded to jump out of the plane with a parachute. He was never found, however, and this remains the only unsolved case in US aviation history.
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