13 Unsolved Mysteries No One Can Explain

Is time travel possible? Do you know who made those strange symbols in the Amazon rainforest? Maybe, aliens did? We’re going to tell you about 13 mysterious phenomena that would send cold chills down your spine.

Bimini Road 0:43
Dancing Plague 1:46
Time traveler 2:35
The boiling river 3:24
Yonaguni underwater ruins 4:10
The picture from the Bralorne Museum 4:34
Amazon rainforest geoglyphs 5:06
Earthquake lights 5:40
A frozen girl 6:21
The ghost ship 7:15
The rain man 7:46
The underwater ocean 8:26
Overtoun Bridge 8:59

- In the 1930s, American psychic Edgar Cayce claimed that either in 1968 or 1969 the ruins of the lost city of Atlantis would be found in Bimini. In September 1968 2300 meters of neatly placed limestone blocks were found in the sea near Paradise Point in northern Bimini. This chain of blocks is now called «Bimini Road».
- Troffea started to dance and couldn’t stop. After one week 34 more people danced along with her. After a month the total number of the dancers reached several hundred. They danced without stopping, and 400 people died of exhaustion, heart attacks, and strokes.
- In 2003, the FBI arrested a man accusing him of a stock exchange scam. He had only $800, but he managed to earn $350 million through 126 very risky deals.
After being arrested, the man whose name was Andrew Carlssin claimed that he received the information from the future. He said that he came from the year 2256 in a time machine. We are wondering which explanation is more likely: he used a time machine, or it was all just a big scam.
- A little boy named Andrés Ruzo often heard his grandfather tell him a legend of a river that quite literally boiled its enemies in its water. Andrés dreamed of discovering the river, so when he grew up, he became a geologist. He took a local shaman as a guide and discovered the river in 2011. He measured the temperature of the water and found that it was around 186°F.
- In 1986 some scientists found terraced formations near the island of Yonaguni. The underwater monuments might mean that there were civilizations in the preglacial period. However, scientists don’t take these artifacts seriously, they argue about their origin.
- The photo that you see right now shows the opening of the Gold Bridge in Canada in 1941. Right here among the crowd, there is a man who is dressed absolutely not accordingly to the 1940’s fashion. He is wearing something that looks like a zipped hoodie and a T-shirt with a 20 century-style logo.
- When scientists were studying the open landscape of the Amazon rainforest, they noticed numerous drawings carved into the ground. They call them geoglyphs. They have discovered 450 geoglyphs in northern parts of Brazil and Bolivia. The most ancient of them are estimated to be from 3000 to 3500 years old.
- Since 1600 there have been 65 proven cases of shining in the sky during seismic activity. However, the probability of seeing such lights is very low, and you can only see the light in 0.5% of all earthquakes.
- Carroll A. Deering was an American commercial schooner. It became a famous ghost ship because it was found aground in 1921 with no crew onboard. The galley was full of food; the logbook was absent together with personal belongings, the anchor and navigation devices. At the end of 1922, the investigation was stopped without any official conclusion.
- Don Decker’s grandfather died in 1983 in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. After the funeral, Don suddenly felt feverish and fell into a trance. At the same moment, water started dripping down the ceiling and the walls of the living room. There were no water pipes in this part of the house, so everybody was completely puzzled.
- Scientists discovered a gigantic reservoir of water 410 miles deeper than Earth’s surface. Scientists think that the reservoir is at least 2.7 billion years old. Its volume is several times bigger than the volume of the World Ocean.

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