Omg.

Note: Not all submissions are from Community users.

The reincarnation of the Pollock twins:

The reincarnation of the Pollock twins:

In May 1957, John and Florence Pollock's two daughters died in a car accident. In 1958, Florence got pregnant with twins, and shit got weird: The twins would ask to play with toys they'd never seen before that belonged to their deceased sisters, they'd recall memories from places they'd never been, and one was even born with the exact same birthmarks as one of the sisters who'd passed.

Via youtube.com

The Bloop:

The Bloop:

In 1997, an underwater microphone captured an ultra-low frequency sound in the deep ocean. For years, many hypothesized the noise was made by a gigantic, unknown animal, but the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in 2012 that they were ~pretty sure~ it was an ice shelf cracking. PRETTY. SURE.

therollster

Wikipedia Commons / Public Domain

The Phoenix Lights UFO sighting:

The Phoenix Lights UFO sighting:

One night in March 1997, multiple people from Phoenix to Sonora, Mexico, swore they saw a giant V-shape rushing by in the sky that was “several football-fields long,” with lights all along its base. Others say they saw questionable-looking lights in Phoenix as well, but the US Air Force claims they dropped flares that night, so no UFOs to see here, folks!!!

haleyb45d

Wikipedia Commons / Fair Use

The “Wow!” signal:

The "Wow!" signal:

A radio telescope specifically made to receive extraterrestrial messages picked up a signal on August 15, 1977, in Ohio. An astronomer noticed the blip in data, which seemed to come from the constellation Sagittarius, and was so amazed he wrote “Wow!” next to the 72-second disturbance. Unfortunately, this tiny signal didn't ~confirm~ that aliens exist.

Wikipedia Commons / Public Domain

The mysterious identity of murderer Bible John:

The mysterious identity of murderer Bible John:

Three young women were brutally killed in Scotland in the late '60s, but the identity of their murderer is unknown. All witnesses separately claimed that the suspect quoted the Bible before the killings, and each account was so similar that police don't doubt the crimes were all committed by the same person. But who was he, and what were his motives???

juliaw4e4

The 2016 disappearance of Dutch and British shipwrecks:

The 2016 disappearance of Dutch and British shipwrecks:

The remains of three wrecked WWII ships suddenly disappeared from their previous spots at the bottom of the Java Sea in Indonesia, and people were pissed. One probable theory is that the ships were stolen and sold, which is unfortunately common, but this one's a travesty because the finding of these ships in 2002 was a pretty big deal.

Wikipedia Commons / Public Domain

The hauntings at Toys “R” Us in Sunnyvale, California:

The hauntings at Toys "R" Us in Sunnyvale, California:

As if rows and rows of dolls weren't spooky enough, this location was supposedly a ranch back in the day. A ranch hand fell in love with a young girl, but died when he fell into a wood chipper, and now haunts the store. Most employees who've worked there say they fear it's haunted.

Via youtube.com

The moving coffins of Chase Vault:

The moving coffins of Chase Vault:

The Chase Vault is a large burial vault of coffins in the Christ Church Parish cemetery in Barbados. Legend says in the 1800s, every time the tightly-sealed vault was reopened, the coffins inside would somehow be in different spots. Accounts of this moving coffins have all been “conflicting,” so this is widely believed to be just a legend.

Via barbados.org

Submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.

Read More