1. THE 1987 MAX HEADROOM BROADCAST INTRUSION
“The people involved have never been caught.”
2. THE ATACAMA HUMANOID
“Tested at Stanford University to be 91% human DNA.”
3. THE FRESNO NIGHTCRAWLER
“The Fresno Nightcrawler remains unexplained, as far as I know. And this shit is weird.”
4. HAMPTON COURT PALACE GHOST
5. RUSSIAN LIFE REVIVAL
“I think this can be explained purely scientifically; what’s not explained is why we’re not doing this to revive people all the time (unless we are secretively…).”
6. BALL LIGHTNING
7. HIGH FREQUENCY ACTIVE AURORAL RESEARCH PROGRAM
“My favorite mystery of the current age, because it involves government and weird unexplainable phenomenon. HAARP is a strange government antenna array associated with some seriously creepy atmospheric phenomenon.
8. NUMBER STATIONS
“They’re pretty weird and intriguing, especially the ones that have been broadcasting random things for decades, non-stop. It’s speculated it’s spy networks but nonetheless no one can say for sure, or knows what they mean.
9. THE PHOENIX LIGHTS
10. THE DOME OF THE ROCK LIGHT
“This one still defies explanation.”
11. LOST COSMONAUTS
“This one actually makes me extremely sad. The whole thing ‘never happened.’”
12. THE NORWAY SPIRAL
“Most of Norway saw it, captured on multiple cameras and plenty of photos.
Explained as a ‘Russian missile experiment’ gone wrong.”
13. THE BROWN MOUNTAIN LIGHTS
“This is just one of many home videos of the lights. I’ve seen them several times myself, I spent a summer living in working in Linville Gorge (the valley between Table Rock and the lookout point the man is filming from). Usually, the lights appear a few miles past Table Rock on Brown Mountain, that’s where I’ve always seen them. But they have been known to appear on Table Rock and in the Gorge as well as far south as the East Side of Shortoff Mountain.
Sometimes they are just like fireflies—they light up for a second or two randomly around the mountain. Sometimes they fly in streaks up in the sky above the ridge. Sometimes they hover a hundred yards or so off the South face of the mountain. The most common way I’ve seen them is when they slowly move up the mountain just above the trees.
They have been documented by early settlers before things like cars, trains, and planes were present in Western North Carolina. There is even a Cherokee myth about them that dates back 800 years—long before American settlers came to the area.
We really only know one thing about them: they are genuine. They are not hoaxes, not objects like planes or trains mistaken for mysterious lights, not people’s imaginations running away with them. They think it might have something to do with the unique geology of the Linville Gorge, and there are a lot of hypotheses, but no one really knows what they are.”
14. THE MARFA LIGHTS IN TEXAS
“I went there two years ago and saw them with my own eyes. Somebody please explain.