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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.

The Ningen - 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.

Clepsydra or water clock, faience. Egypt, 4th century BCE. One of the earliest known time-keeping devices, water clocks had inner markings which revealed time passed as water ran out of them.

400 Million Year Old Machine RUSSIA - An artifact 400 million years old has been discovered. The world's first mechanical device! In the remote Kamchatka peninsula (map below), 150 miles from Tigil, Russia, University of St. Petersburg archaeologists discovered a strange fossil. The authenticity of the find has been certified.

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A tablet of Hieroglyphs is raised from water, Alexandria, Egypt

1915: Deep sea diver entering water, via Retronaut

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.

On Sept. 8, 1863 a fair-skinned stranger believed to be in his 20s was found by two fishermen at Sandy Cove in Digby County Canada. Both of the man’s legs had been freshly amputated and a jug of water and some bread had been placed nearby. The man was unable or unwilling to speak and is said to have uttered no more than two or three words after being found. One of the words was thought to have been Jerome and he was soon given that name. Jerome was filled with rage when certain words ...

Orbs The term orb describes unexpected, typically circular artifacts that occur in flash photography. Sometimes these orbs appear with trails indicating motion. Orbs are especially common with modern compact and ultra-compact digital cameras. Orbs are sometimes called back scatter or near-camera reflection. An orb artifact may result from the retro-reflection of light off solid or liquid particles, such as dust or water droplets.