Top 13 Inexplicable but True Stories

Posted on Mar 15, 2016

6. Misty's Mystical Hum

Misty's Mystical Hum
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A sound similar to amplifier feedback was troubling the lives of locals for three years. The noise came from the right ear of a Welsh pony called Misty. According to a veterinarian, it was a case of Objective tinnitus, a rare form of tinnitus that causes others to hear the noise. But the case of Misty hasn't been proven and it is still a matter of debate among doctors.

7. The Toxic Woman

The Toxic Woman
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Gloria Ramirez, aged 31, died of kidney failure in California. The body was taken to Riverside hospital, and a doctor found that her skin was covered in an oily sheen. When her blood sample was taken, everyone felt some kind of fume evaporation in the air. Her blood sample was full of strange white crystals. Nothing was explained. And all who were in contact with her were affected. The doctor suffered damage of the liver and lungs, as well as bone necrosis.

8. Voices of the Saviors

Voices of the Saviors
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A woman in Britain heard voices in her head, and they told her to visit a specific address. When she found the place, it was a Hospital radiology department. Then, the voices told her to book a brain scan because she has a tumor. After the examination, the scan showed that she indeed had a tumor. After the operation, everything was fine, and the voices spoke to her again: ''We are pleased to have helped you.'' They said ''Good-bye.'' She made a full recovery.

9. La Mancha Negra

La Mancha Negra
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There was a report of a hazardous slippery goo appearing near Caracas. It was called La Mancha Negra - the Black Stain. Reported for the first time in 1987, with a length of 50 yards, it made the roads extremely hazardous. Many bikers had accidents and many of them died. The phenomenon of these black stains remains a mystery, as they only appear on roads.

10. A Farewell from a Postcard

A Farewell from a Postcard
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Jim Wilson's father died in Natal, in South Africa, 1967. Jim was living in England, and his sister Muriel lived in Holland when they were informed of their father's death. Muriel's husband, who was in Portugal at the time, flew to Africa. During a flight transfer in the Canary Islands, he bought a postcard depicting tourists on Margate Beach. Muriel discovered that her father was the man on that postcard and that he was photographed while he was walking on the beach.
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