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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Unsolved mystery of the 20th century: "Loss of aircraft in the Bermuda Triangle"
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…

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Predictor from the Paris cemetery
The Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris is known to the whole world not only for its graceful statues and tombstones, but also for its mysterious mystical stories. The heroine of…

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Last executed witch

When Anna Göldi, a forty-six-year-old resident of the Swiss city of Glarus, hired a servant in the house of local judge Jacob Chudi, she still didn’t know that she would soon go down in history in a very sad way: to become the last woman in Europe executed on charges of witchcraft.
Last executed witch
It may surprise someone that the last such incident occurred in Switzerland, a country that today is seen as a kingdom of order, law and tranquility. However, we must bear in mind that such a reputation of Switzerland has developed only in the last two hundred years. Continue reading

Unsolved mystery of the 20th century: “Philadelphia experiment with the ship”

Let’s continue the series of articles on unsolved mysteries of the 20th century. This time let’s talk about the experiment to create an invisible warship. On a gloomy October morning in 1943 in the protected area of ​​the Philadelphia naval base was the destroyer Eldridge, the tail number “DE 173”. Specialists from the Naval Research Department of the US Navy decided to use it for the secret experiment “Rainbow”. Based on the Unified Field Theory, developed by Albert Einstein, they created an electromagnetic system capable of making the ship invisible. Continue reading

Mythical Creatures from Japan

Japan is an amazing country of contrasts, where the achievements of high technologies perfectly coexist with centuries-old traditions, and the magical gardens and temples – with skyscrapers, from one look at which is breathtaking. They say to know Japan is not enough for a lifetime. The unpredictability of the elements, geographical location and national character formed a kind of mythology with their own, sometimes so absurd, creatures whose image and purpose are paradoxical for Europeans to understand. Let’s take a look at what mythical creatures live in Japan according to their mythology! Continue reading

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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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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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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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Riddle of the Stones Iki
On the Pacific coast of southeastern Peru is the Ica region, consisting of five provinces - Ica, Nazca, Pisco, Chincha and Palpa. These places are known since ancient times: the…

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Ghosts
Whether we want it or not, a sense of the reality of what underlies these legends is absorbed by us before birth. And no matter how hard a person is…

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