The biggest mystery stories
• The biggest mystery stories
The biggest mystery stories can lead to the fact that the greatest of detectives will wrestle. Most likely, you just go crazy, if you think about it too much. However, little secret no one ever hurt, right? So, sit back, we're going to tell the most amazing secrets known to mankind. While some of the secrets of the notorious and others too obscure, but they are curious. Do you think you will be able to understand these mysteries?
1. A colony of Roanoke.
In 1587 121 colonist led by John White, arrived on the island of Roanoke in the current North Carolina to create a colony. However, because of the tension associated with the indigenous population, John White returned to England to demand reinforcements. When he returned a few years later, the village disappeared without any signs of a struggle, and has never been found. The settlement became known as the Lost Colony, and none of its members was not found
2. Sailing stones.
Stones Death Valley up to 320 kg. mysteriously slide across the surface of the earth without any visible external forces acting on them. While some researchers believe that a combination of natural events such as wind and ice, make these stones "float", while others reject this theory, pointing out that the stones do not follow a predictable path and abruptly change direction.
3. Taos Hum.
Low sound that is often described as something similar to the diesel engine is idling at a distance can be heard in many places around the world, especially in the US, the UK and Northern Europe. The name comes from the small town of Taos, New Mexico, where in 1997, Congress asked the researchers to determine it. However, its origin remains a mystery.
4. The signal "Wow!".
August 15, 1977, Dr. Jerry R. Eman found a strong narrowband radio signal during operation of the SETI project at the Big Ear radio telescope of Ohio State University. Reflect on how closely it matches the expected signature of an interstellar signal, he surrounded it on the computer printout and wrote the comment next to it. Although it lasted for 72 seconds, it was not found again.
It is inexplicable atmospheric phenomena normally associated with thunderstorms, which consists of spherical objects. Because of its rare and fleeting nature, it was almost impossible to explore. The best-documented case occurred in 1984 when a fireball with a diameter of about 10 cm was included in the Russian passenger aircraft and "flew over the heads of stunned passengers before leaving the plane almost silently."
6. Accidental fire.
Although seemingly inexplicable and spontaneous ignition of a living human tissue many times throughout history has been recorded, no conclusive research on this topic has not been done due to lack of evidence. However, some of the most common explanations include static electricity, concentrated gas and an increased level of alcohol in the blood.
7. The Tunguska meteorite.
In 1908, a glowing ball of fire came down from heaven, and devastated a huge area near the Stony Tunguska River in Siberia. According to estimates, the explosion was equal to more than 2,000 atomic bomb exploded in Hiroshima. Although scientists think that it was probably a meteor, the lack of evidence has led to numerous speculations on the UFO before the experiments Tesla. To this day, no one knows exactly what caused the explosion.
8. The Bermuda Triangle.
The area of the waters between Florida and Puerto Rico, has been responsible for many unexplained disappearance of ships and aircraft. Over the years many explanations have been put forward, including bad weather, changes in the electromagnetic activity and the bubbles of methane gas.
9. The Loch Ness Monster.
It is true that many people think that "Nessie" - a hoax, but a few photos and even a video cassette with the 2007 lead some people to believe in this creature. It even appears on some of the sonar. Unfortunately, however, these pictures do not prove its existence. So, at the moment it is still one of the most famous examples of cryptozoology in history.
Plato described Atlantis as a great naval power which conquered most of Europe and Africa around 9000 years BC. However, after failing to invade Athens, she sank into the ocean "in a single day and night of misfortune". Despite numerous efforts to find the remains of the city, nothing was found.
11. The Voynich Manuscript.
A medieval document written in an unknown language, for hundreds of years, its contents remained a mystery. Although the prevailing theory is that it served as a pharmacopoeia, enigmatic illustrations have fueled many theories about its origin and content.
12. El Chupacabra.
Literally translates to "goat vampire", the name comes from the alleged attacks on animals, and their obeskrovlevaniya, especially goats.
13. The Bimini Road.
In 1968, an underwater mountain shape was discovered under Lake North Bimini in the Bahamas. While some scientists believe that this is an example of a natural process, unusually symmetrical arrangement of stones has led to speculation that the remnants of some long-lost civilization.
14. The man-moth.
It is reported that it is a legendary creature has been seen in the area of West Virginia in the region October 15, 1966 and December 15, 1967. Because after the collapse of the Silver Bridge on December 15 was no more observations, legend has it that the two events were somehow connected. Biologists, however, suggested that this creature was actually a crane.
15. The Babushka Lady.
Mysterious woman in a brown coat and scarf on her head appeared in numerous photos immediately after Kennedy's assassination. Its name comes from the Russian grandmothers - who wore these shawls. From the photographs it is difficult to say, but it seems that she photographed. Despite the fact that the FBI has publicly asked her to transfer the footage, it has not done so.
16. The Zodiac.
A serial killer who in 1960 killed at least 5 people in Northern California, is known for having mocked the police mysterious letters, which contained the information that he had fed, revealing his identity. While Arthur Leigh Allen was the prime suspect, all evidence indicates that he is not the killer. To this day, the killer is not disclosed.
17. Jack the Ripper.
A serial killer who terrorized the East End of London at the turn of the century. Murders were pretty terrible and usually included the dismemberment of prostitutes. Despite the modern methods of the police, so far no one knows who the Ripper.