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    Unsolved Mysteries

    Okay, so a bunch of you probably already know me as the guy on here who is deeper into conspiracy theories and paranormal stuff than the average member. But before the reptilians turn off my internet, just hear me out for a second...there are some really interesting mysteries out there. I'd like to share a few of my favorites and ask if anybody has a few to share as well. I'll try to pick a few popular ones and a few lesser known to get a nice spread. Oh shit, I think a plane just released a chemtrail above my office so I need to hurry up!

    The Oak Island Mystery - There's this island in Nova Scotia that apparently houses buried treasure, and it's DEEP. People have been trading around ownership of this island and digging for the treasure for over 100 years now, and they keep finding evidence that they aren't deep enough yet. As they go, they run into layers of Oak wood, metal, clay, etc. and it just keeps going. Like why are there layers of wood down there?? There are plenty of YouTube videos summarizing the events thus far if you don't like reading.

    Shaggy's 2000 hit single "It Wasn't Me" - Well if it wasn't Shaggy, then who was it???? In the beginning he even admits it was him, only to quickly change his story. Against eyewitness and photographic evidence, Shaggy maintains his innocence. We may never know who it truly was banging butt-naked on the bathroom floor.

    Burari Deaths - What the actual fuck, why would 10 people from the same family all hang themselves at one time, except for one of them being murdered in another room?

    Dyatlov Pass Incident - An absolute classic. If you don't already know about this one, the YouTube channel Bedtime Stories did an excellent 2 part roundup of all known details.

    Disappearance of Dennis Martin - Another relatively well known one, this kid goes missing after only a minute or so out of his parents' sight. There was nobody else around and there are sightings of him miles away at the same time he went missing. It's impossible for him to have moved that far that quickly. Mix in some cryptid sightings and you have yourself an afternoon's worth of reading material for this one case alone.

    Michael Dunahee - This poor kid disappeared just feet away from his parents with tons of trusted adults around to keep an eye on him. It's almost inconceivable that he could have been kidnapped with this many people keeping watch.

    The Man from Taured - This one's origins are a bit murky (aka, people aren't entirely sure if this is an urban legend), since I've heard that there are records of this man arriving in Tokyo & I've also heard that despite this event occurring in 1954 the first mention of it is in a 1970's Sci-fi book or magazine. Basically what happens is this guy lands at Haneda airport in Tokyo and has all these legitimate travel documents....from a country that doesn't exist. The airport staff explain this to him and he freaks out. They hold him in the airport while they figure out what to do with him, but he disappears from a room several stories high that had a guard at the door.

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    The Queen of England is a shapeshifting reptilian humanoid. You might think this is improbable, but why else would George Washington fight back against the most powerful Empire on Earth? He didn't want us all to be eating flies and sitting under a heat-lamp for the next million years, that's why.

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    Global Warming. Come on guys, this one is clearly a hoax to drive up tax dollars.
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    It deals with a demon virus that transforms people into freaky looking fuckers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    The Man from Taured - This one's origins are a bit murky (aka, people aren't entirely sure if this is an urban legend), since I've heard that there are records of this man arriving in Tokyo & I've also heard that despite this event occurring in 1954 the first mention of it is in a 1970's Sci-fi book or magazine. Basically what happens is this guy lands at Haneda airport in Tokyo and has all these legitimate travel documents....from a country that doesn't exist. The airport staff explain this to him and he freaks out. They hold him in the airport while they figure out what to do with him, but he disappears from a room several stories high that had a guard at the door.
    I was also very interested in this case for some time.
    There is a video where it is mentioned, that the country he presumably originated from, was lokated where Andora is.
    An existing country between Spain and France. So maybe this whole situation was a result of bad translating or other human failure as the like.
    It is still mysterious why he disappeared though.
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    Another strange event I'm personaly investigated with.
    The Dyatlov Pass incident. Dyatlov Pass incident - Wikipedia
    An official report which deals about nine skiers, whose got killed by something unexplainable. The clinical investigation of the Soviet authorities showed strange discoverys. They found Injuries such as inner bleedings and aside of that high amounts of radiation.

    There are strange pictures and objects which can make people feel dizzy.
    for example this one. Im not saying this is something mystical. It is just a bit creepy.
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    LOL, The Shaggy bit got me. That should be a meme somewhere, likely is. I just haven't found it.

    I like unsolved mysteries and some "light" conspiracy theories. Only if there is some evidence to push it in one direction, even if there are no solid conclusions. They make me think and that is a good thing for my brain meat.

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    It's funny how i now have the atomatic reaction to get ready to snipe someone talking about unsolved mysteries.
    It's not against you of course. It's just that when we don't know something you have all the retards/paranoids/crooks etc... engulfing in the breach to sell their shit.
    I mean, even when we know something those people prosper, but when you say the word "mystery" you got all of them running your way.

    Just wanted to share this sad reflex which, imo, says a lot about our time.
    Never overestimate mankind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KorinKitty View Post
    LOL, The Shaggy bit got me. That should be a meme somewhere, likely is. I just haven't found it.
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    Thanks Starwind. I was aware of this but didn't have the balls to post it.

    Quote Originally Posted by S1LVERST@R35 View Post
    It's funny how i now have the atomatic reaction to get ready to snipe someone talking about unsolved mysteries.
    It's not against you of course. It's just that when we don't know something you have all the retards/paranoids/crooks etc... engulfing in the breach to sell their shit.
    I mean, even when we know something those people prosper, but when you say the word "mystery" you got all of them running your way.

    Just wanted to share this sad reflex which, imo, says a lot about our time.
    Yep. It's a shame that this topic usually pulls the crazies out of the woodwork, but perhaps that's a good thing? A lot of these kinds of cases are solved by borderline insane people who obsess over every detail. Unfortunately, that's a rare occurrence and we usually just wind up with psychos orbiting these stories.
    "Out of the ground, raze all greenery with flame! Fire2!"
    Quote Originally Posted by Starwind55 View Post
    It deals with a demon virus that transforms people into freaky looking fuckers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
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    Thanks Starwind. I was aware of this but didn't have the balls to post it.



    Yep. It's a shame that this topic usually pulls the crazies out of the woodwork, but perhaps that's a good thing? A lot of these kinds of cases are solved by borderline insane people who obsess over every detail. Unfortunately, that's a rare occurrence and we usually just wind up with psychos orbiting these stories.
    Well it could be a good thing but sadly for one borderline insane Genius, how many thousands of gurus/crooks do we get ?
    (spoiler : a fucking lot)
    Never overestimate mankind.

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