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Green Children of Banjos. In 1887, 2 children were found at a cave near Banjos Spain. Their language was unknown, not Spanish. They wore clothes of a strange metallic cloth. Their skin had an odd green tint. The boy soon died since it was difficult to get either of them to eat. The girl survived, was able to communicate in Spanish and said they had come from a place that had no sun, a land of perpetual twilight. They heard a loud bang, were pushed through something and then were in the cave.

Indigo Children: The Chinese Boy with his ability to see in pitch black! A boy Nong Youhui from Dahua, China has stunned medics with his ability to see in pitch black with his eyes that reflect neon green when light is shined on them. Doctors have studied Nong Youhui's amazing eyesight since his dad took him to hospital in Dahua, China, concerned over his bright blue eyes. Dad Ling said: "They told me he would grow out of it and that his eyes would stop glowing and turn black like Mine…

from Mail Online

Could this be the biggest find since the Dead Sea Scrolls? Seventy metal books found in cave in Jordan could change our view of Biblical history

Zona Heaster Shue died in 1897 by what was called an "everlasting faint" but was soon given the name 'The Greenbrier Ghost' after she appeared to her mother and told her she had actually been murdered by her husband. The events surrounding the haunting led to it becoming the only time in American legal history in which the so-called "testimony of a ghost" was accepted at a murder trial.

Actual recovered photo of P.T. Barnum's "The Real Mermaid" before the evidence was destroyed by a fire that took place before the public appearance. This is the only known photo to exist. This is the mermaid in the tank.

The Beauty of Xiaohe or Little River, 3,800 years old, mummified remains of a Caucasian woman found in Western China along with other European mummies and artifacts. These Tarim Basin mummies are controversial in China as they are evidence of Europeans in China before the Han Chinese themselves. (rw)