Ten mind blowing unsolved mysteries :
10. Real life Slenderman
The mysterious creature that haunted the little city of Provincetown in 1939, nicknamed the Black Flash, was an incredibly tall and agile human-like being who, according to witnesses, could move at an insane speed and leap huge distances, almost teleporting himself.
9. Sailing stones
The sailing stones are a geological phenomenon found in the Death Valley Park in California, they move slowly across the surface without human or animal intervention.
8. The Voynich manuscript
The Voynich manuscript is a medieval document written in a constructed language by an anonymous author. This unknown language can’t relate to any current or ancient language in the world and the purpose of the book is a mystery.
7. A message from outer space: the Wow! signal
The wow signal was a strong radio signal detected by Dr. Ehman on August 15, 1977 while working on a SETI project (Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence). The signal originated from the constellation Sagittarius, 120 light years away from Earth, and could be a proof of the existence of alien intelligence.
6. “I am my own grandfather”: the Gus Taylor case
Since he was 18 months old, Gus Taylor pretended to be his own grandfather, who died prior his birth. However, Gus knows the whole story of his family and remembers his grandfather’s life even though nobody ever told him anything about certain topics: he can recognize his first car, his old classmates and so on, on family photos.
5. Cicada 3301
Cicada 3301 is an organization that posted puzzle games 3 times on the Internet on January 5th of 2012, 2013 and 2014 with physical clues appearing all around the world. The puzzles are incredibly complex to solve, they include philosophy, advanced mathematics, literature, hidden messages, data security and elements of cryptography. These puzzles are rumored to be a recruitment form for the CIA, MI6 or even Microsoft.
4. The Taos Hum
The Taos Hum is a low pitched sound heard in numerous places worldwide, only 2% of the world population can actually hear it. It is described as sounding like a distant diesel engine. The origin and nature of this low frequency sound is unknown and it caused few suicides among its “hearers”.
3. The Tarim mummies
These mummies were discovered about 2,000 years ago in the Tarim basin of Western China. They are amazingly well preserved, but what’s really impressive is the fact that they are of European genetic stock, including blond hair and long nose. To this day nobody knows how and why they ended up in China back then.
2. The Betz mystery sphere
The Betz sphere is a very smooth orb with strange properties that defy the laws of gravity, it can climb walls and slanted tables. This sphere impressed countless scientists, who can’t find a rational explanation to this strange phenomenon.
1. Martin de Porres
Martin de Porres was a lay brother of the Dominican Order who resided in Peru, he gained notoriety with his ability to heal sick patients with his bare hands but especially for the fact he was said by witnesses to be at multiple places at once. Surprisingly, de Porres could give detailed information about these other locations while remaining in his home.