Unsolved mystery of the 20th century: "Piri Reis Card"
The mystery of the mysterious Piri Reis map was not included in the series of articles about unsolved mysteries of the 20th century. We decided to correct this inaccuracy and…

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The most interesting person of the XIX century
The most interesting personality of the XIX century, Russian writer, teacher, music critic Vladimir Fedorovich Odoyevsky (1803 - 1869), the last representative of the ancient princely family of the Rurik…

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Heiro's Predictions
Count Louis Hamon is one of the most prominent clairvoyants of the nineteenth century. His real name is William John Warner, which he changed after he discovered the gift of…

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Ten Famous Ghost Houses

Today in popular culture there is a surge of interest in paranormal phenomena. Ghosts, UFOs and Yeti are portrayed on the pages of newspapers and magazines almost more often than pop stars. Television programs on the work of psychics and mediums have high ratings.
In this regard, it is not surprising that haunted houses are especially popular with tourists: the mystical stories associated with a particular landmark add to its popularity. Continue reading

Wang – a symbol of the Unknown

(Wanga died on August 11, 1996 after a serious illness. Wanga died for two months. When she was brought to the intensive care unit of the government hospital in Sofia, she refused medical care and left everything to the will of God.) The doctors fed her intravenously. Last time she was in a coma. Before she died, she came to herself and said that she would give her whole gift to a girl from France. The girl should be ten soon, and not today or tomorrow, having received the Gift, will also become blind.)
In the south-west of Bulgaria, in the village of Rupite, near the town of Petrich, is her house. Little plump mistress is blind from childhood. It affects her dead, like a mask, face. Continue reading

The most interesting person of the XIX century

The most interesting personality of the XIX century, Russian writer, teacher, music critic Vladimir Fedorovich Odoyevsky (1803 – 1869), the last representative of the ancient princely family of the Rurik dynasty, the organizer of the Society of Lyubomudriya, publisher of the magazine “Mnemozina”, one of the founders of the magazine “Moscow Herald” and co-editor of Pushkin’s Sovremennik, assistant director of the St. Petersburg Public Library and director of the Rumyantsev Museum, enthusiastically collected various facts attributed to the category of superstition and prejudice. A part of the collected materials was published by the prince in the journal “Notes of the Fatherland” in the article “Sorcery of the XIX Century” in 1839.
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Mystery Beacon Eileen Mor
Eileen-Moore It would seem that an extraordinary thing could happen in a regular sea lighthouse? Rangers, as a rule, describe life here as incredibly boring and devoid of all kinds…

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Several reasons not to believe in ghosts
Modern television and cinema are trying to convince us of the existence of the supernatural. Vampires, werewolves, witches, ghosts and other vermin from the stories of science fiction writers are…

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Mysterious Gotland Troughs
Over a thousand stones scattered throughout the island of Gotland (Gotland), Sweden, in the middle of the Baltic Sea, differ from the rest of the cobblestones with unusual man-made grooves…

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What traces leave the aliens
The aliens' research activity is accompanied by a visit to new planets, their satellites and asteroids for the purpose of scientific observations, as well as collecting samples from the natural…

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Nostradamus (prophet of European history)
On the 14th of December, 1503, in the Provencal town of San Remy, around noon, was born the most amazing of people ever living on earth. Michel Nostradamus, for whom…

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