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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
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 clairvoyance. He became famous under the name of Heiro, which is translated from the Latin as “hand”.
John was born on November 1, 1866 in the Irish town of Bray (Bray) near Dublin. His father was an English businessman, his mother was a French gypsy. Already in his youth, John had discovered the unusual ability to “read” along the lines on the palms of his classmates and teachers, and in 10 years he wrote a book on palmistry.
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Predictions have always interested mankind, but ordinary people have always been admired by the gift of a soothsayer and fear, sometimes turning into hatred. Not passed this cup and Mother Shipton – the legendary prophetess from England.
Life in the small Yorkshire village of Knaresborough flowed peacefully and measured. Only one of its residents – the widow of Agatha Southale confused and disturbed the peace of local residents. For her, the glory of the broken little woman, who did not shy away from seducing someone else’s husband or quarreling with a neighbor because of a trifle, was entrenched for a long time. But it was still half the trouble: Agatha was engaged in a fortuneteering, in fact, she lived on it. Continue reading