After a long break, the editors decided to continue a series of articles on unsolved mysteries of the 20th century. The hype around the Bermuda Triangle began in 1945 after five Grumman TVM-1 Avenger FT-19 torpedo bomber bombers of the FT-19 patrol and a rescue plane took off in search of them disappeared in the Atlantic on December 5 of this year.
On that day, five “applers” (avengers) flew from the US Navy Fort-Lauderdale airfield to carry out a training flight, the purpose of which was to work out group fun and maintain flight skills. The flight should have lasted three hours. Continue reading
Territories where it is often possible to meet ghosts are described in all legends and stories in approximately the same way. The ghosts themselves can live in different parts of the world, including both Russia and all of Europe. And where exactly do all these almost mythical creatures live, which far from all people can see. Following the legends and legends, the most common places for their life are old and abandoned cemeteries, abandoned houses and castles, territories where any catastrophes occurred. According to experts in the field of parapsychology, most often spirits are found exactly where they were ever killed, because the place of death binds them for life. Continue reading
John the Theologian could not help hearing about the earthquake of the sixty-third year BC. This earthquake occurred on the territory of the modern Kerch Strait, that is, on the territory of our country.
The earthquake was fateful for the Pontic kingdom and for the Asia Minor province of Assia, which was then part of it, the former Ionia (where John the Theologian lived later). Perhaps the earthquake was one of the reasons for the death of this state.
Who now, except for historians, remembers the Pontic kingdom, once no less powerful than Rome? .. Continue reading