"I know that sounds like I'm on heavy medication or there's something wrong with me..."
How long have the BEKs been around? What was the first sighting? Are these supernatural, non-terrestrial or flesh & blood beings? Why are they here? I'm not sure if there are answers to those questions...but my colleague Jamie Brian compiled a reference of all-time 'Black Eyed Beings' that is quite fascinating. Here are a few from his list and others from my archive
The site of one is located near present day Township 39, on the border of Penobscot and Hancock counties. In the late 1870's, leather making giant, F. Shaw and Brother's Company, built a tannery there along Buffalo Stream. A small town sprang up around the tannery, and years later the town's sole business came into the ownership of a man named James Rice-- prompting the unincorporated tannery town to become known as Riceville.
Don't know if this is new or not. Kudos to 0x6a...for providing the link. Astounding pictures of dragon fossils, or the lengths people go to make sh** up. You be the judge.
Residents in north Marana, particularly in the Gladden Farms area, are complaining of a strange smell and accompanying white smoke. The smell began a few weeks ago and has been so bad in some areas that residents have been forced to stay indoors...
We're scratching our heads about this one. An above-ground pool appears to have waves, but an expert tells us it wasn't an earthquake.
Charles Domery was a Polish man whose eating habits astounded three armies. Tarrare was a Frenchman who went from carnival act to spy to suspected murderer. What made these men so desperately hungry?
Regularly-shaped mounds covering a vast landscape are made by earthworm excrement.
Always surrounded by an aura of mystery, the moon and its possible influence over human behavior has been object of ancestral fascination and mythical speculation for centuries. While the full moon cannot turn people into werewolves, some people do accuse it of causing a bad night's sleep or creating physical and mental alterations. But is there any science behind these myths?
Experts are at a loss to explain how the giant ship ended up on Liberian shore
The mystery of the brothers who become paralyzed as the sun goes down every night remains unresolved, intriguing all around them, including doctors.
The long chain of mysterious suicides in a tiny Indian village made its residents believe that they are haunted by bloodthirsty “demons,” but researchers, who carried out their own investigation, reached more shocking conclusions.
A very strange case in Africa has doctors baffled after a young girl came in with pain in her abdomen and pelvis. She was given an X-ray and thousands of metal needles were found to be deeply embedded within the painful areas, some of which are near her heart.
An unknown odor resulted in the evacuation of a Jersey City high school yesterday afternoon, and sent two students to a local hospital as a precaution, a spokeswoman for the Jersey City public schools said.
WA: The “vile” stink that has plagued Mandurah residents for months has left scientists from the environmental regulator scratching their heads as to its cause.
That’s Maths: Rogue waves appear to have more than a single cause but their precise origin remains a mystery
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Crater Lake's vertically floating tree stump has baffled for decades.
Satellite images beamed back by Nasa's Landsat 8 satellite revealed strange marks on the bottom of the Caspian Sea around the Tyuleniy Archipelago in Kazakhstan (pictured).
The mystery of how a giant rock unearthed in China came to be inscribed with the name of a Scottish whisky distillery more than 5,000 miles away in Highland Perthshire may be a step closer to being unravelled.