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Over the past few years, rumors have circulated in Japan about the existence of gigantic humanoid life-forms inhabiting the icy waters of the Antarctic. Reportedly observed on multiple occasions by crew members of government-operated "whale research" ships, these so-called "Ningen" (lit. "humans") are said to be completely white in color with an estimated length of 20 to 30 meters. Eyewitnesses describe them as having a human-like shape, often with legs, arms, and even five-fingered hands.
Witchin wells... My great uncle could water witch. I am told it was because he was the 7th son of a 7th son. believe it or not, this works. an old man found the spot to drill our well this way. 30 years later, it's a good well, with good water. that's not easy in Florida
8000 year-old megalith, Yonaguni-Jima (Japan) discovered in 1995 off the Okinawa shore
The Ningen are creatures that just recently started being spotted by Japanese fishermen. Some describe the creatures as being albino, somewhat shaped like a human and up to 90 feet in length. What could the Ningen be? Some have speculated that they are giant, albino rays, while others have somewhat odder theories, i.e. aliens, water demons, aliens, and other. With so little known about the ocean the Ningen can't simply be dismissed, but whether or not they truly exist is still a mystery.
Maquinaria antigua con 400 millones de años de antigüedad; descubierta en RUSSIA - En la remota península de Kamchatka, 150 millas de Tigil, Russia, Universidad de St. Petersburgo: Arqueólogos descubrieron este fósil extraño, sin duda un artefacto antiquísimo. La autenticidad del hallazgo ah sido certificada.
Kappa (river imps) have appeared in countless stories and folk legends for centuries, and they rank among Japan's most well-known cryptids. While most people nowadays regard the amphibious child-sized troublemakers as pure myth, stories of kappa encounters still crop up from time to time.
Mel's Hole, Ellensburg, Washington. This nine-foot-wide bottomless hole on Mel Waters’s former property is awash in mystery. Waters reported sinking a fishing line some 15 miles into the pit in an attempt to find the bottom. He never found it. He also claimed the abyss would shoot black rays and could bring animals back to life; a neighbor tossed a dead dog into the hole only to have it return, alive, from out of the woods.