The Sodder Children
For the past four decades, a billboard, placed on Route 16 near Fayetteville, West Virginia, bearing images of five Sodder children makes everyone passing by to stop, stare and wonder about what happened to those young children. The faces of all five are so cute and innocent that the... Read more
The Nazca Lines
The Nazca lines are ancient geoglyphs discovered in 1927, in the Nazca desert in Southern Peru. They are one of the most famous geoglyphs in the world. A geoglyph is a series of designers or motifs usually longer than 4 meters produced on the ground and more visible and... Read more
The Antikythera Mechanism
Charles Babbage is considered by many to be the father of computers, and is credited with inventing the first mechanical computer. Be as that may, there seems to be another device which could possibly claim the title of being the first mechanical computer, and that too by a very... Read more
El Chupacabra
In 1995 numerous incidents were reported from Peurto Rico about an unknown creature with bulging eyes, spines from its neck to tail and fanged teeth. which feasted on the blood of livestock. The farmers and local populace of towns where the creature struck were dumbfounded to see  the carcass... Read more
The Philadelphia Experiment
The US military is notorious for conducting covert operations across the world. But that is not the only thing they are notorious for, they are also notorious for conducting covert military and technological experiments. It should really come as no surprise. They are, after all, one of the worlds... Read more