Déjà vu. The bizarre sensation that you’ve experienced a moment – an exact moment – before. Science tells us, without knowing its true cause, that déjà vu is likely just a problem of memory, misfiring neurons or some other, as Wikipedia calls it, “psychological phenomena.”
They say people go missing in Thompson Park. Don’t worry: They usually only vanish for a moment, then later reappear confused and, occasionally, claiming to have traveled through time.
Last week, UFO hunters claimed that NASA deliberately cut their International Space Station video stream to hide the existence of unidentified objects in Low Earth Orbit.
In 1997, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) detected an unidentified ultra-low-frequency sound in the south Pacific Ocean.
MUFON case 76704 describes a curious UFO sighting in Grass Valley, California, involving an object that appeared to change shape.
Aliens are out there. In the sky, underground, between dimensions. And, if one man’s photo taken during his journey home from the Isle of Wight is any indication, they can sometimes be found on coach buses, too.
Google Maps continues to be a great source of bizarre, and often humorous anomalies. Most of which turn out to be far different than you’d first imagine.