Paranormal experiences that still can’t be explained

Paranormal experiences that still can’t be explained:-

The paranormal. The unexplained. The ghostly. The ghastly. The things that haunt us as we lie awake in our beds at night. Most can easily be explained away—a sudden mental breakdown, someone drunk, Venus. An explosion, debris, some catastrophe that we can hold and touch. But others … others aren’t that simple

  • The Sun moved around like crazy in the sky in the early 1900s
The Sun moved around like crazy in the sky in the early 1900s

// = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Miracle of the Sun is also known as Fatima’s Miracle, for the town where it happened. During the early 1900s, a large group of people waited, staring into the sky, for a vision to appear. It was so recent we have actual photos of the crowds waiting, staring into the sky.
Three children had been playing in the fields and claimed to see an apparition of the Virgin Mary. She came to them again and again, making predictions, including the end of the first World War. On the day of what she said would be her last appearance, thousands came. But she again appeared only to the children, before revealing her miracle to the collected group.
The Sun began to dance. Lights shone out of it, burning in the sky. It flew toward Earth, it flew around. Some say they saw absolutely nothing, but others said the Sun was a burning mystery in the sky.
The weirdest part is that it’s not like everyone was expecting the Sun to dance around. They were hoping to see Mary herself, and then a whole lot of them were treated to this other wacko vision. We suppose it’s always possible, though, that Fatima was the site of the first mass use of LSD.

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Green children of Woolpit:-
Green children of Woolpit
One day, out of the woods, two children walked into the English town of Woolpit. This was back in the 1200s, so children mysteriously appearing wasn’t as odd back then—due to, you know, parents having a much higher rate of death because of diseases and the whole living-in-the-1200s thing. But these two children were unique.
// = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); They spoke a single language that none of the English had heard before. They only ate raw beans. They wore strange clothes. Oh, and both of them were freaking green. (Was that because of the beans?)
Someone took them in, with the boy dying while the girl survived because girls rule and boys die of illnesses far too often. The little girl learned English and told of her life underground, where “everything was green and it was always twilight.” Now, if you’ve never heard stories of fairies before, that’s about as good a description of them as any.
The girl didn’t disappear. She grew up, got married, and lived her life, never seeing the place she had come from again. They say you can never go back home, but in her case it was very literal. There are a few different sources for this story—all from the time—and no explanation aside from, “maybe it was poison? and confusion? Look, we dunno. The kids were green, maybe the Hulk did it. It was the 1200s.”

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