Over a thousand hammers have been found all over Northern Europe. Danish archaeologists have now confirmed the hammers to all be representations of Thor’s hammer. These are the only artifacts to connect to the legend of Thor; even vikings wore pendants of the hammer.
For years researchers wondered how such big strong structures could have been built in a time without advanced construction. They found that in Egypt, they would use the Nile to transport stones, and ramps to get them to the top of the pyramids.
She disappeared in 1937 while attempting to fly around the world. Despite her disappearance being covered in mystery, certain remains were found in 1940 on Nikumaroro, an island southwest of Earhart was headed. At first the remains were said to belong to a male castaway, but later the findings were rechecked. It’s possible that the remains found actually belonged to Amelia.
The number of ships that went missing in the Bermuda triangle is not much different from the number of ships that go missing in other parts of the ocean. The specific loss in this region is most likely because of the hexagonal wind patterns that can reach high speeds.The stories and tales behind the area made it seem more haunted than it actually is.
These interesting crystals were always considered to be one of the unexplained wonders of the Mayans. Turns out these skulls were not naturally created; they were crafted. Scientists from both the British Museum and the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History found that the skulls were carved using modern day tools and not tools of ancient times.
In Spain, during a home restoration, face drawings were found on the floor, with no sign of paint or ink. This mystery was dubbed the most important paranormal phenomenon of the 20th century. In reality, the previous homeowner used an oxidizing agent with dark colored ashes (soot) to create the drawings.
Humans cannot physically attract and stick things to their body. If things do happen to stick, it’s because of sweat and body oils.