25 Bizarre Coincidences That Will Give You Goosebumps

Posted on May 03, 2016

The coincidences on this list will make you question the existence of fate, or they'll just make you shiver.If you love history, you're probably familiar with the main events and key figures that shaped our past and present. Even if you don't like it, you've probably learned some of the main topics in school or through movies.

Even though you can study a specific subject in great detail and even if you think that you know everything about it, you need to open your mind and look at the bigger picture. There are some coincidences in history that rarely get mentioned but that are completely mind blowing. You were probably never aware that these things in history happened at the same time.

The coincidences on this list will make you question the existence of fate, or they'll just make you shiver.

1. Two Photos Blurred in One

Two Photos Blurred in One
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In 1924, mother made a photo of her son and since the war started, she couldn't develop it. Two years later, she took another plate and made a photo of her daughter.

She found out that her daughter's photo was double exposed on top of her son's photo she made two years ago.

During the war, photo plates were often reused and that might be the clue to solving the mystery of this scary blurred photo.

2. Detroit, Around 1930

Detroit, Around 1930
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A baby was falling out of the window. But then something strange happened.

It was unharmed because it fell right onto Joseph Figlock, an average guy who was just doing his job, cleaning the street floor. Both of them were unharmed.

3. Hoover Dam Project

Hoover Dam Project
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There were 112 people that died working on this project.

First one, J. G. Tierney, died on 20th December of 1922 and the last person also died on 20th December of 1935.

But the weird thing here is that the second guy was Tierney's son.

4. First and Last British Soldier from World War I

First and Last British Soldier from World War I
Photo: mirror.co.uk
The first and the last British soldiers to die in WWI were buried very closely to each other.

This photo shows how they were buried, 7 yards away from each other, and this is how their graves were positioned.
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