The Outside World Check Out These Strange Things That Were Discovered in Strange Places Published 1 year ago on Oct 30, 2017 By Melina Papadopoulos There is perhaps nothing more unsettling than spotting something that just doesn’t belong. Whether it is a strange toy in your neglected dusty attic, or a creepy-crawly animal under your couch, you just cannot help feeling as though something is very, very wrong. Other times, even stranger things are discovered in very strange places, and while unsettling, they can surely make for some awesome, jaw-dropping cases. You know those games where you need to spot the item that’s different from the rest? This is kind of like that, only so much better. Read about these mind-boggling phenomena and you’ll never look at the world in the same way again! 1. The Lake Michigan Stonehenge We all know that the vast majority of our oceans remain undiscovered. But what about our lakes? A decade ago, one Michigan researcher made a discovery that might be even cooler than mythical beasts or sunken pirate booty. Forty feet below Lake Michigan lay something that still baffles experts. Pinterest That would be a strange Stonehenge-like structure that does not look like any artistic accident nature could pull off. It appears to have been built with deliberation and a keen eye for detail. Even today, not much is known about this underwater marvel of architecture or which person or civilization is responsible for it. It might well have existed long before Lake Michigan submerged it, forcing all to forget. However, whoever they were, they appeared to care deeply about their work. 2. Very Old Tombstones–On the Beach? Nothing like a romantic walk on the beach, right? Or how about just a nice evening standing before the water, toes in the sand? In such moments, there seems to be not a worry in the world—that is, until death comes creeping up to you, hoisted by the unassuming waves. Okay, so perhaps this story is not quite that morbid. Still, it raised more than a few eyebrows. Visitors to one San Francisco beach kept discovering tombstones on the shore, all of which appeared to be hundreds of years old. Time and ocean water had worn most of the writing away; however, it was later determined that most of the tombstones dated back to as early as the late 1800s. SFBay.ca There was a reasonable explanation for the strange artifacts. The tombstones were made at a time when San Francisco was attempting to do away with cemeteries in the immediate area. Many of the bodies were taken elsewhere, but their somber tombstones remained. Many of these tombstones had been used for other non-death related purposes, such as for construction. Still, they managed to find themselves washed upon the beach, belonging to nobody or nothing in particular. Thought this was creepy? The next phenomenon isn’t too far off either! 3. Trampoline Foxes If you cannot get enough about stories concerning silly animals in people’s backyards, then you will adore this next one. It is about a pair of adorable foxes who decided to go for a jump, or the fox equivalent, on one family’s trampoline. YouTube The man who spotted them assumed that they somehow got into the yard using their sly fox instincts, digging little inconspicuous holes that would not be readily detected by the casual observer. Although the foxes were discovered in the early hours of the morning, they likely had their romp when it was dark since foxes are nocturnal animals. In any case, we hope they had a blast. 4. Mammoth Bone There’s no bones about it! Bones of all sorts of animals appear to be common unexpected finds. Still, one Iowa man who happened to be out in his yard attending to his garden one day, never expected to find a bone of this caliber. It took some digging, but once the ground gave way, the bones proved to be quite the sight. ABC News Upon closer inspection, it was revealed that this bone definitely was not one the neighborhood dog could have dragged in and buried for safekeeping. This one had been lying here for a while. It also appeared to be a femur. Once scientists got hold of it, they determined that the bone once belonged to a dignified woolly mammoth, and was likely at least 12,000 years old. 5. The Very First Computer Today, we tend to take our computers for granted, maybe because they have come a long way over the years. What is even more fascinating is that we might have some idea of what the very first computer mankind ever built looked like. It was discovered in the early 1900s by a group of Greek sponge divers. missedinhistory.com One might think such a discovery would date back to no more than half a century or so. In fact, it was estimated that this ancient computer hails from the 2nd century BC. As for how it functions, that much remains uncertain. Still, it is pretty neat to consider that somebody way back then designed a machine for work and pleasure. Thought this was neat, then continue reading for more weird things found in strange places. 6. One Massive Earthworm Earthworms are kind of creepy looking as it is, especially when whole families of them seem to emerge from the earth after a particularly heavy rain. Now imagine an earthworm that is nearly two feet long. Makes you squeamish, no? Well, Li Zhiwei from China definitely got squeamish when he spotted the two-foot earthworm in his yard. Daily Mail Even so, the man who discovered this monstrous worm did not even think he was looking at a worm at first. He thought it was some kind of snake, albeit a rather puny one. Once he got closer, he realized just what he was dealing with. As to how the worm reached its size, especially when it did not have ample room to grow in this man’s backyard, scientists still don’t have the answer. 7. Gold, So Much Gold Ah, the one thing any treasure hunter would be delighted to find is gold, and tons of it. Most impressive of all is that lucky people who chanced upon this jackpot were not actively seeking treasure at all; they were just out walking their dog. Parade As the couple walked by, they noticed something strange sticking up from the ground. It was not much. In fact, most would consider it unremarkable, nothing more than an old container that was practically rusted shut. Even so, the couple is probably happy they took the time to look at it. Inside that rusty container rested several gold coins that likely dated back to the late 1800s. That is neat in and of itself, but what really got the couple beaming was the coins estimated worth: a staggering $10 million. 8. The Golf Course Shark Ah! Shark attack! Well, not quite. This tiger shark was actually found at a golf course in San Juan, Puerto Rico. How did he get there? He kind of fell from the sky, quite literally. Golfers were just going about their business when this fellow greeted everyone with a flop on the 12th tee. Needless to say, he was not very scary. In fact, many were afraid for the shark’s safety. Saudi Gazette Fortunately, people rescued the shark and got him somewhere he could splash around. It took some quick-witted improvisation, but all that was needed was a little water and some table salt to give the shark a suitable makeshift home. Eventually, he was brought back home to the ocean to live out the rest of his days frightening unsuspecting swimmers and fishermen. If you think this was strange, continue reading to discover even more bizarre occurrences. 9. A Mysterious Lake in Tunisia Tunisia is a beautiful country in Africa. The thing is, however, that it is also extremely arid. Desert sprawls seemingly endlessly. It is the sort of place you would expect a traveler to trek hot thirsty, only to collapse at the sight of a mirage in the distance. The first person to discover this mysterious lake likely thought he was hallucinating. In fact, local Mehdi Bilel did not know what to make of this peculiar body of water, and he was only able to attribute it to something otherworldly. Amusing Planet Lac de Gafsa appeared suddenly, as if a mirage. One day in 2014, a large expanse of desert had suddenly surrendered to a swath of cool blue. Many people shared Bilel’s sentiment: that the lake was an act of God or some supernatural force. The most science-based explanation anyone could muster was that the lake was the result of an earthquake or some other disturbance in the earth. In any case, the water did not stay the regal bright blue in which it arrived. After a couple days, it went green. 10. Underwater Trains Shipwrecks are one thing. Many explorers would kill to see an actual ship settled at the bottom of the ocean, now home to flitting schools of fish and aquatic plant life. But train wrecks underwater? Actually, these trains found discovered in the Atlantic 90 feet below the surface did not appear to have suffered from any collision. In fact, they were in startling good condition. Pinterest As to what brought them virtually to the bottom of the ocean, nobody can say for certain. Many have speculated that the trains date back to World War II and were being shipped someplace. They never reached their destination because the ship carrying them was ambushed. Perhaps it was not an accident at all. Others think that some overwhelmed crew might have tossed the poor trains overboard to lighten the cargo. In any case, a silent and abandoned railroad track is sitting at the bottom of the ocean waiting to be explored. So, what strange occurrence is up next? 11. A Training School for Gladiators—in Austria? Historically speaking, one would not expect to find a gladiator training school in what is now the lovely country of Austria. Situated on the Danube River, the school likely dates back to as early as 150 AD. The remains of the structure were found in 1923; however, efforts to recover it did not start in earnest until 2011, and even then, nobody knew exactly what was in store. Daily Mail The training school is massive, at least 200,000 square feet. It has the expected amenities of a training facility and arena. However, also discovered was a gorgeous courtyard and even a cemetery (spooky!). While it may seem weird that such a complex was found outside modern-day Rome, it is important to realize that the Roman Empire once dominated a huge portion of what is today Europe. In fact, the resting place of the training school used to be Pannonia, a former Roman province. Read on to see how the next strange phenomenon also defies history. 12. Whatever the Heck This Is What makes this rock-looking object so mysterious? Nobody is exactly sure what it is or where it came from. It is not like other discoveries on this list, like bones and strange ancient artifacts, that could be examined more closely by experts and ideally precisely identified. The story unraveled when two Canadian guys took to their yard in search of fish bait, a.k.a. earthworms, and what they discovered still baffles scientists to this day. CTV Kitchener – CTV News It was shaped like a meteorite but was definitely not the color of one. It had a strange luster to it, blue and strangely pure even after lying several feet in dirt for so long. Scientists were also unable to liken it to any gemstone. All that was known was that someone put it there for safe keeping and likely expected to get it back. Unfortunately for them, the men’s sisters decided that finders are indeed keepers. Hopefully no angry aliens come after them any time soon? 13. Old Church Bells The keen jingle of church bells can be a beautiful sound to wake up to on a Sunday morning, but not when you find them buried silent and rusted in your backyard, like one Czech man did. Believe it or not, the latter did happen in 2013. The man in question was just prepping to do some yard work when he hit something strange in the earth. Pinterest Upon further inspection, he realized he had uncovered two church bells, both estimated to be at least four centuries old. But how did they end up in some random guy’s yard? Apparently a little more than ten years back, someone thought they would be a lucrative thing to steal. However, he did not get far with them and decided to keep them someplace safe where surely no one would think to look. Obviously, his hiding spot was not so clandestine after all. 14. The Swimming Pool Alligator Imagine it’s a hot summer day and you want nothing more than to cool off in your backyard pool. You don your swimsuit, lather yourself with sunscreen, and then dive into the clear water, only to realize that a frightening guest invited himself over for a pool party you knew nothing about. Oh, and that guest is scaly and has lots of sharp teeth. Sun Sentinel After noticing a whole lot of racket coming from their yard, a Florida couple discovered an alligator taking a swim in their private pool. At a staggering eight feet long, the alligator seemed to have befriended an inflatable toy. Fortunately, they were able to call someone to retrieve the gator and put him back where he belonged. Hopefully he does not try that stunt again. If he doesn’t, one of his friends might. This is not a rare occurrence in Florida. 15. A Fish Out of Water As this list might have suggested, rogue sea life is not such an uncommon occurrence. The weird thing about this next story is that it took place in a country with no ocean in sight. This took place in a small town in Honduras and still happens today. People usually know what to expect after a particular heavy storm, but certainly not their streets teeming with tons of silverfish. dondeir.com The weirdest part is that the fish flopping about on the streets seemed ceaseless. Where these fish are coming from is anyone’s guess. As has already been explained, Honduras is not anywhere near the ocean, and the fish are not native to any body of water nearby. The most logical explanation is that the fish emerge from someplace in the earth, likely from the water system, and that the rainfall only promotes this phenomenon. Still, this seems very fishy. Thought this was it? There are still many more bizarre phenomena to report, so read on! 16. Indian Cobras If you have a fear of snakes, you might want to skip this next story if you don’t want to have nightmares tonight, especially if you live in or anywhere near Missouri. These Indian cobras probably aren’t most people’s idea of a cuddly pet. Nonetheless, people choose to take them in. Surprisingly, that often does not end well. In the 1950s, local started noticing some very unusual garden pests. They’d often kill the unwanted serpentine guests with whatever they could get their hands on. Alas, the infestations endured for a while. Pinterest As the name suggests, these cobras can be found naturally in Southeast Asia. So how did they end up loose in the Midwest of the United States? A pet shop called the Mowrer Animal Company had many of the cobras. However, they denied having anything to do with their escape or the havoc they’d been wreaking. Years later, the culprit finally came forward and revealed he did it to get revenge on the Mowrers’ company. Why? Apparently, the store had sold the man a dead fish. Thought this was weird, wait until you see what’s next! 17. A Lifeboat on Bouvet Island Nobody actually lives on Bouvet Island, which is a small speck of land situated far out in the Atlantic Ocean. In fact, its climate is so biting that even when it was discovered back in 1939, it was not exactly thought of as a place to settle down and set up shop. When a perfectly good lifeboat was discovered on the island, with no one around to claim it, people wondered who possibly thought mooring on Bouvet Island would be a good idea. Elixir Of Knowledge Eventually, they did get their answer. As it turned out, a group of whalers set out to survey the island, convinced they could make something of it. Unfortunately, things did not go quite as planned thanks to the volatile weather. Nobody died; everyone was rescued. However, the lifeboat was left behind unlikely to ever see beyond the forgotten island. 18. Whale Fossils Believe it or not, these whale fossils were not retrieved from some deep-sea chasm. They were unearthed in a very unlikely place, way back in 1849 in the middle of rural America. Moreover, the people responsible for their discovery did not set out to look for the fossils. They just wanted to do their job, which was to build a railroad. Vermont Public Radio There was no ocean around. Even if there was a way for such a gigantic creature to wash up on to land there, it would face many obstacles, namely two robust mountain ranges. By 1861, the whale’s bones came together, but much of her still remains lost. Yes, that’s a she. She was given the name Charlotte, and scientists estimated her remains to be well over 12,500 years old. Now that’s mysterious, but probably not as much as the next one! 19. A Graveyard of Ships Ships in the middle of a desert? You might not believe it until you see the expanse of burnt out and rusted ships in Uzbekistan. As you can imagine, none of these ships have been in use for a very long time. They spend their days in the scorching sun, casting shadows large and imposing. Surprisingly, this desert used to be covered by the large and wild Aral Sea, once among the largest in the world. Sadly, it has since dried up, leaving nothing but sand in its place. Tails of Wonders But what is the story behind the ships? The Aral Sea used to be the source of a lot of economic activity. People toiled about, usually hoisting nets overflowing with fish from the water each day. Gradually, though, the sea began to succumb to changing environmental conditions and a volatile market. Before long, everybody was moving on to better things, leaving fleets of ships to languish from neglect. 20. A Prehistoric Fish Most young people dream about digging up old dinosaur bones, maybe even the frail skeleton of a Woolly mammoth. But few probably ever imagine that one can reel in an extinct, prehistoric fish. Nonetheless, that is just what one man did in 1938. The captured fish is called coelacanth and was thought to have been wiped from existence over 70 million years ago. ThoughtCo So what is so special about the coelacanth? Unlike the modern fish most of us are familiar with, coelacanth give birth in the same fashion a mammal would. They also live deep under the sea, well beyond the reach of humans, making them pretty elusive creatures. Since this coelacanth’s discovery, we have learned that two species of this peculiar creatures are still around today. However, consider that our oceans used to be teeming with them, with as many as 90 different species to be found. 21. The Irish Wallabies When most people think of Ireland, they think verdant hills, sprawling countryside, maybe a couple birds soaring up ahead. But wallabies? Indeed, they would certainly be out of place in Ireland because they usually prefer warm, dry climates like the Australian outback and surrounding Australian islands to which they are native. Believe it or not, however, some wallabies have made themselves at home on Lambay, a small island just off the coast of Ireland. Of course, the wallabies did not get to the island by themselves. About half a century ago, an affluent family took to the island and brought with them all sorts of exotic creatures. Irish Central Needless to say, that was not such a bright idea. Most of the animals suffered and many even died as a result of being plucked from their natural habitats and then thrust into an undesirable one. But the wallabies proved to be a resilient bunch. In 1980, some officials at a zoo in Dublin took note of this and considered their own wallaby overpopulation crisis. Suddenly, Lambay seemed like the perfect marsupial paradise, and thus the wallabies were brought to the island where they continue to thrive today. Animals seem to be the subject of peculiar occurrences. Read on to see how the next one is stranger than fiction! 22. A Seed-Flecked Meteorite Meteorites often seem otherworldly as it is. How often do you get the chance to see a rock that has fallen from the sky? This meteorite was a strange cluster of rocks that scientists named the Orgueil Meteorite after it was discovered in France in 1864. By the time the hunk of stone was uncovered, it was more than a meteorite, because pieces of it could be sent all over for further exploration and for general education purposes. Encyclopedia of Meteorites As a whole, the meteorite was quite incredible. In fact, it was estimated to be the largest meteorite ever discovered and had probably been sitting on our planet before the universe had even settled into its current state. Even more compelling, one scientist discovered something quite unusual about the meteorite: it harbored life or the elements of it, specifically fungal and pollen spores which appeared to have been deliberately placed there, carefully cradled in rock before set back into the earth. It even had some traces of glue on it. Who placed it there? Some elusive race of industrial farmer aliens? Some guy who just wanted to mess with future scientists? We may never know. 23. A Rare Bird Avid bird watchers know how exciting it is to spot a bird you have never seen before. Gliding birds of prey like bald eagles and peregrine falcons are always welcome sights. However, one British taxidermist and ornithologist named George Bristow had his eye on birds that the casual observer might confuse for a house sparrow or finch. One of these birds was called the masked shrike. Pixdaus Bristow made a business out of discovering such rare birds in his native country, dressing their dead bodies up all pretty so that they could be sold to eager customers, and then raking in the money. What people did not know was that these birds did not hail from Britain at all. Instead, Bristow had been purchasing them in bulk from the places they ran rampant, usually in Africa or Australia, and passing them off as genuine English finds. Once the whole sham was uncovered, many people understandably felt ripped off—that is, until disbelief replaced their anger. The masked shrike actually HAD been living in England, scientists discovered. They just were so easily overlooked because they never stuck around for long, always on the go. 24. Underwater Spiders As it turns out, a lot of neat “stuff” has been found underwater, but some of it is just downright creepy. This next discovery will probably be enough to keep any arachnophobe away from water for a while, if not forever. To make matters worse, this particular spider defies pretty much anything one would expect from a spider. That spider is called the diving bell spider, and from the moment it is born, it spends pretty much all of its life underwater. Wired The diving bell spider is even born with an industrious streak, constructing its own watery abode out of nothing more than a bubble. The spider moves in and out of its bubble home via rope, much like any other spider would do when spinning its web. Only, this spider is not spinning the sort of web we are used to seeing in dusty garages and dank basements to catch flies or household pests. Instead, the spider diving bell just needs to collect oxygen in the form of more bubbles, and when it runs out of air, it needs to leave its home once more to replenish its air supply. Next up is surely something fishy … 25. The Underwater River Underwater isn’t really the place one would expect to find a flowing river. How is that even possible? But one tour through Cenote Angelita in Mexico will probably blow your mind. A cenote is basically a deep pit in the earth that occurs when the limestone above gives in and collapses under its own weight. The result is usually an alluring pool of water, one that often beckons people to explore its unknown depths. My Modern Met Below Cenote Angelita in particular is a cloudy flow of hydrogen sulfide. You have to dive pretty deep to spot it, at least 100 feet. This is the place where freshwater and saltwater mingle, which usually happens when the limestone from the cenote spills into the ocean, thus letting saltwater in. It is not recommended you get too close, however. Now, the next bizarre fact will surely blow your mind! 26. Ancient Creatures and Their Crystalline Home On the topic of natural marvels in Mexico, Naica Mine certainly ranks up there. Explorers will be dazzled by the many crystals that pierce the surrounding darkness. But perhaps even more extraordinary than the crystals themselves is what resides in them. You won’t be able to see these creatures with your naked eye; they don’t quite work like those flies you find suspended in amber paperweights. The Telegraph Nonetheless, these little creatures are old, very old in fact. Scientists estimate that they have been living in the safety of the crystals for over 50,000 years. Moreover, they did not just manage to thrive inside the crystals; they have also been thriving off them. Also within these crystals lie lots of important nutrients, particularly iron and sulfur. These elements allow the organisms to reach their peak, and as a result, reproduce. 27. Cheetah Cheetahs are beautiful animals anyone would be delighted to see, that is from the safety of a car, television, or at the zoo. Few people would react with oohs and aahs if they spotted this speedy feline in their own backyard, and yet that is exactly what happened in the United Kingdom to one mother and her child. Daily Mail The boy had been minding his own business, playing some unnamed childhood game, when he noticed a fearsome creature prowling close. He went to retrieve his mother, incredulous at first, but who soon stood before the beast with mouth agape. The story does have a happy ending, though. It turned out that the cheetah just ran away from his home at an animal sanctuary and got a little lost. He was safely retrieved and returned home. 28. A Loaded Machine Gun Yikes! This next unexpected find is definitely one that could have ended very badly if the wrong people stumbled upon it first; even more unsettling is where it was found. A man from Canada discovered a machine gun fully loaded right next to his house. Calgary Herald To make matters even more perplexing and frightening, the gun came in a pillowcase—as if whomever it belonged to was trying to conceal it. Accompanying it was a cellphone, also belonging to no one in particular. Needless to say, the man alerted the authorities. Unfortunately, nothing came of the search, or maybe that’s a good thing … 29. The Calaveras Skull Most people would find discovering a skull one hundred feet underground pretty spooky. However, the skull that the gold-hungry James Mattenson stumbled upon in 1866 was more of a marvel than it was a fright. This skull had to be about 2.5 million years old, at least that’s how the story originally went. Ingreso a Biblioteca Pleyades Upon further inspection, however, scientists discovered that the skull was not much at all. In fact, the whole thing was a ploy devised by some pretty sly jokester. He planted it there just for the sake of hope, and clearly it worked. Still, it was pretty neat to look at, even if never really belonged to some primitive man. Hold on tight for some more strange things in strange places. 30. A Color Changing Cup When the British Museum took in the Lycurgus Cup more than half a century ago, nobody was certain about this strange cup’s fucntion, but it was estimated that it dated back to as early as 290 AD and likely originated in someplace like Rome. Today, we now know that the chalice has some remarkable abilities that would seem to require technology far beyond its time. Amusing Planet But after the Lycurgus Cup had sometime to sit in the museum, people began to notice something extraordinary: the cup would change colors when light hit it at certain angles. Later, experts dissected the cup and found that in it resided several small pieces of gold and silver, clearly put there to serve some sort of purpose. After a while, scientists attempted to replicate the strange technology and found that the cup does not just change colors in response to beams of light; it also responds to extreme temperature changes and can be influenced by the temperature of anything it holds. Did you enjoy our list? Be sure to SHARE it with friends! Sources: Listverse, List 25, Grunge UP NEXT Gunsmoke: Top Facts Behind The Longest-Lived Show on Television... 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