Is Seeing Believing? These Mysterious Photos Defy ScienceTranslate

1 year ago · Ariadne · 0 Comment
Categories: Mystery · Photography · Weird     Tags: Mystery · Terrifying · Creepy
Since the invention of the camera, humans have been able to capture images that defy the belief structures and scientific conventions of the time. These photos prove that there is so much more to our world, and the solar system, than we can explain using only our limited scientific understanding.

From giant grasshoppers in Montana to pyramids on the Moon, gargantuan sea creatures to extra terrestrial visitors, these mysterious photos show real images of strange circumstances and beings that cannot be explained away.

Are they tricks of the light and shadow? Advanced space travelers or ancient creatures that usually hide from view? Interdimensional beings popping into our world at the perfect moment to make a cameo? Or were the photographers trying to trick us?

Take a look at these unexplained photos and see for yourself. There is so much more to our world and the universe than we can explain with modern science.

This Hazy Pile Is More Awful Than You Would Believe

This Hazy Pile Is More Awful Than You Would Believe
Before the arrival of the European invaders, er, colonizers, there were approximately 60 million American Buffalo in the continental United States. By the late 1800's, all but 1,000 of these majestic animals had been killed by settlers, mostly for sport. Look closely and you will see how important it is that humans learn to be responsible for our impact and respectful of all our relations, human and animal.

It's Just A Little Boy. Right?

It's Just A Little Boy. Right?
This is a clarified Google Street View photo - in the one usually found online the face is blurred. At first glance it may look like just a normal boy, but zoom in and you can see this is definitely not a little boy.

Norway's Light Show

Norway's Light Show
For over 70 years people have been documenting and witnessing a strange yellow light phenomenon in the  Hessdalen Valley. With no known source despite significant research, these lights have been witnessed as frequently as 20 times a week in the early '80s, and are still seen about From 1981 to 1984, the lights had been witnessed up to 20 times a week and reduced to about 20 times a year. 

The Ghost Of Hampton Court

The Ghost of Hampton Court
At a royal palace in London known for its long and violent history, a strange figure appeared on a security camera. It seemed from the image that the figure was closing one of the palace doors, but there was no one inside the palace when the guards arrived. 

Moon Temple?

Moon Temple?
NASA has never released information about this image, which it at first labeled as "blank." Retouching the photo by increasing the contrast revealed a pyramidal structure, like the ones in Egypt, Central America, and China. Since NASA has never explained what is in this image, taken near Geophone Rock, nor sent a manned mission to the moon since this Apollo 17 flight in December, 1972, many wonder what else is on the Moon.

Was The "Battle" Of Los Angeles Really An E.T. Visit?

Was The "Battle" of Los Angeles Really An E.T. Visit?
Newspapers said it was an enemy attack, that fateful night in late February, 1942, when an aircraft appeared over Southern California. It is called The Battle of Los Angeles. But based on the photographic evidence it might have been a flyby from an extraterrestrial aircraft.

Satellites No Human Could Have Launched

Satellites No Human Could Have Launched
The 1954 detection of two orbiting satellites would have been exciting enough, had any humans had the ability to launch satellites at that time. But this was years before the beginning of the space age, so we can only wonder if our extraterrestrial friends were coming by for a visit. 

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