Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Unsolved Mysteries

Strange sound in Taos Hum:

In the small town of Taos, New Mexico, there is a hum, often heard on the horizon, that can be compared to the sound of a distant diesel engine.

Although it can be heard by humans, many sound detection devices are unable to pick up. This is known as the Taos Hum and, to this day, no one yet knows how this sound is being emitted.

Patomskiy Crater:

The crater was discovered in 1949. Local inhabitants call it the "fire eagle's nest" in Bodaibo district in the Irkutsk region of southeastern Siberia. Its size and appearance resemble a lunar crater caused by the impact of a meteorite. It has 40 meters high.

Until today the meteorite hypothesis has not been proven. Probably the crater has volcanic origin, however there is no evidence of lava in the region.

Passo Dyatlov Incident:

One of the most mysterious cases in history. It was an incident that resulted in the deaths of nine skiers north of the Urals in the former Soviet Union on the night of 2 February 1959.

For some unknown reason, researchers at the time determined that skiers tore their tents from the inside out, fleeing on foot in heavy snow. People left without warm clothes or proper shoes, went down about 1,500 meters and died. Although the bodies showed no signs of fighting, two victims had serious injuries.

There are many hypotheses about the case: an avalanche, a discussion, problems with locals or even KGB intervention, or UFOs. To date there is no version that perfectly matches the evidence found.

Sílvio Guerrinha

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