No one has ever been able to explain these 11 things. They 're going to give you cold chills.

No one has ever been able to explain these 11 things. They 're going to give you cold chills.

Whether or not you are a conspiracy theorist, you have to admit that a lot of things are going on in the world that not many people understand. Below are some of the freakiest incidences that have yet to be fully described. Where are Mulder and Scully when you need them?

The Falling Body: As the Cooper moves into their new home in Texas, they take a snapshot of the family sitting together, but as the photo is taken, the body falls from the ceiling.

The Mysterious Hinterkaifeck Murders: In Germany, 1922, the murders of six people in the Hinterkaifeck farmhouse shocked the nation. It wasn't just because of the gruesome nature of the case, but also because the case was so incredibly strange, and it's still unsolved to this day. More than 100 people were interviewed in the murder, but no one has ever been arrested. No motive has ever been identified to justify the murders. The previous maid had left 6 months ago, saying that the house had been haunted. The new maid arrived only hours before the murders. It is believed that the perpetrator(s) stayed at the farm for a few days – someone had fed the cattle and had eaten food in the kitchen: the neighbors had also seen smoke from the chimney during the weekend. This photo shows one of the victims lying in the house barn.

Solway Firth Astronaut: Jim Templeton was in a forest, taking pictures of his daughter and having created them, a spaceman appeared to be standing behind her in full astronaut gear. Except that nobody else was around while they were there. Even Kodak has verified that it has not been tampered with.

Phantom thumb: A group of four children posing for a photo, but there seems to be a mysterious thumb next to a kid in black on the right, which doesn't seem to match anyone's body.

Battle of LA: A photograph published in the Los Angeles Times on 26 February 1942 was cited as evidence of an extraterrestrial abduction by modern-day conspiracy theorists and UFOlogists. They claim that the photo clearly depicts searchlights focusing on an alien spacecraft; however, the photo was extensively edited by photo retouching prior to publication, A regular practice in the graphic arts of the time aimed at improving contrast in black and white photographs. Larry Harnish, a writer of the Los Angeles Times, noted that the retouched photo, along with fake newspaper headlines, was presented as true historical material in the trailers for the film Battle: Los Angeles. Harnish said, “if the publicity campaign wanted to establish UFO research as nothing but lies and fakery, it couldn’t have done a better job.”

Hessdalen Light: strange lighting has been reported here since the 1940s or earlier. Particularly high movement of the Hessdalen lights occurred between December 1981 and the summer of 1984, when lights were reported 15-20 times a week. The frequency of the lights caused a gathering of the many tourists who stayed there overnight to see the phenomenon. Since then, activity has decreased and now lights are reported approximately 10–20 times per year. Hessdalene light is most often a bright, white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above ground level. Sometimes the light can be seen for more than an hour. There are many other types of mysterious lights in the valley of Hessdalene.

The Time Traveler: People assume that this picture, taken in 1941 at the re-opening of the South Forks Bridge in Gold Bridge, Canada, portrays a man in an extremely futuristic dress and style, with a camera that is far beyond his time. The circle on the left depicts a man with a time-period standard camera.

9/11 South Tower Woman: In these two photographs of the huge hole that the plane crashed into the South Tower of the WTC on 9/11, you can see a woman standing on the edge of the hole waving. Her name is Edna Clinton, and the mystery that so many people say about these photographs is that she was actually a survivor. People are asking how she was able to survive all that happened at that location, Then go on to get it out of the building.

The Skunk Ape: In 2000, two photographs of the Skunk Ape were taken by an unknown woman and send to the Sarasota County, Florida, Sheriff's Department. The photos were followed by a letter from a woman who claimed to have seen an ape in her backyard.

The Madonna with Saint Giovannino and the UFO: this painting is called The Madonna with Saint Giovannino. It was painted in the 15th century by Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494) and is part of the Loeser collection in the Palazzo Vecchio. There's a disk shaped thing above Mary's right shoulder. Below is a blow to this segment, and a man and his dog can easily be seen looking up at the piece.

Falcon Lake Incident: Falcon Lake Incident is a reported unknown flying object (UFO) encounter near Falcon Lake, Manitoba, reported by Stefan Michalak on May 20, 1967. He had taken a short trip in Whiteshell Provincial Park to look for quartz veins near Falcon Lake when he saw two cigar-shaped objects coming down, one of which landed near him. Michelak says he saw the door open and heard voices inside the container, after which he tried to communicate in English and other languages, but received no reply. He claims to have burned his hand while trying to inspect the "colorful glass" found around the object and saw a grid-like exhaust vent that released gas that burned his clothing.

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