Unsolved Mysteries of the World

We have a collection of articles, reports and stories of the worlds unsolved mysteries, conspiracies and paranormal phenomena.

Shadow People Living Shadows Amongst Us

Alone in your room, minding your own business, a quick movement in the corner of your eye suddenly comes into view. You’re sure that it was a shape of a person you just saw. You feel the presence of something you think was once human. Was it just a silhouette? A shadow perhaps? Or maybe a ghost? You think it’s nonentity but think again, is it your keen mind playing tricks on you? Or is it a supernatural entity?

Local legend has it that an old

Local legend has it that an old, decaying staircase outside this cemetery is haunted by dozens of ghosts

According to local legend, the staircase at the Greenwood Cemetery in Spokane, Washington, is more than just a little haunted. If you walk up the stairs without any lights on, the story goes, you will see the faces of men, women, and children when you reach the top. Those brave enough to climb the stairs will also hear, they say, the shrieks and cries of the dead and they will feel something akin to rain on their skin.

Fairy Circles of Southern Africa

They call them footprints of the gods.

Whether in the thickly tufted prairie grass of the southern plains or in the dry stalks of vegetation in the dusty foothills, something is happening in southern Africa. It doesn’t really matter what the climate or soil conditions are, or who is there to see it or not, or what grazing pattern the local wildlife happens to follow. Rings are forming in the ground.

Raining Fish

Known as the Lluvia de Peces or “Rain of Fish,” it is said to occur at least once and sometimes twice in a year in the small town of Yoro: during a massive rain storm, hundreds of small silver fish supposedly rain from the sky onto the streets of the small town.

Said to have been happening in the town since the 1800s in the months of May or June, each year a large storm rolls through the town with a very heavy rain, and once the storm has passed, the streets are found flapping and flopping, full of small, still-living fish.

In the 1970s, a National Geographic team actually witnessed the event, making it one of the few credible sightings of such a phenomenon, though proof that the fish were coming from the sky and not another source remained elusive.

Known as “animal rain,” this weather phenomenon has been reported around the world for centuries, though the scientific understanding of it still remains sketchy.

Fairy Doors

In 1993, While Jonathan B. Wright was renovating his century-old home, his young daughters made a delightful discovery: itty, bitty, six-inch doors scattered throughout the space.

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Voynich Manuscript part 2

Content of the Voynich Manuscript
The Voynich manuscript has lots of vellum pages composed into 20 paper quires. A few of the pages of the Voynich manuscript have strange fold-out outlines, hence relying how its fold-outs are calculated, there are more or less 240 total pages. The upper right-hand part of every recto page (right-hand) has been counted between 1 and 116,

The Voynich manuscript part one

The Voynich manuscript, considered as the strangest manuscript all over the world, is a masterpiece from the 15th century, perhaps from the northern Italy. The Voynich manuscript derived its name from the person who bought it in the early 1912, Wilfrid Voynich.

The Taos Hum

Do you hear that strange hum that just will not go away? Chances are if you live in the Southwestern United States or parts of Britain you do. This is a phenomenon being called The Taos Hum. There are researchers who are doing their best to find out what is causing it. However, so far they have been having no luck.

It seems that the Taos hum was first reported around the mid nineteen seventies. It seems that people started to take it very serious around the year 1990 when more and more newspapers started to pick up on it. No one is sure what causes it. Some people claim to hear it and other people never hear it.

Many people have several theories including space ships, the crust of the planet and much more. Some citizens say it gets louder and some say it vanishes at times too. Will we ever know what is creating the Taos hum? This might be one of those mysteries that will always remain unsolved but, that does not mean that scientists and research teams will stop trying to figure out what is going on with this unique sound called the Taos hum.

This sound is often heard in Taos Mexico and the surrounding areas. It seems to be a low pitched sound that is easy to hear in a natural and quite environment. There have been reports of the Taos hum in the USA, The UK and Europe. No one is sure if the sound is spreading or why some people hear it and others don’t.

Many who have heard the sound describe it like the noise associated with thunder out in the distance or a running diesel engine. You might or might not hear it yourself but there are many people who are sure that it is there and will tell you they hear it.

There are a many people who feel that the government has been lying to use about the Taos hum and that it is something our own government has been working on. Could this be a top secret government project? Perhaps it is a generator that is making this low frequency noise. Could this generator be keeping aliens alive or is it something else our government is keeping secret? Perhaps we will never know.

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A Candle To Light The Way

If you saw a strange light hovering over your house, you may wonder if aliens from outer space had come to pay you a visit. But if the stories of corpse candles are to be believed, you may be getting a warning of a forthcoming death.

These lights have been seen for centuries by many different people in all parts of the world, suggesting they are not associated with one particular religion or belief. They are called corpse candles because they look exactly like the flame of a burning candle; indeed, on some occasions witnesses have reported seeing a complete, lit candle floating in mid air.

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