The Hubble Moon Pyramid (2008)
From around 1999, the Hubble telescope was pointed at the moon and captured a number of images. One of these photographs, never officially released by NASA, appears to show a pyramid on the surface.
This is the second sighting of a pyramid-like object on the moon, the first being captured during Apollo 17’s mission, but neither has been accurately explained or had its authenticity confirmed by the authorities. Thus, the mystery of the moon pyramids continues.
Peter Berthelot took this photo in 1975 in Worstead Church (Norfolk, England).
He took his wife’s (Diane) photo when she was sitting in the pew. However, after the picture was developed, there was a ghost sitting behind Diane.
According to a local vicar, this is a ghost of a healer who haunts the church
In 1997, the Russel family visited their grandmother at her house.
They decided to take a photo of her and had it developed. To their surprise, it also showed their grandfather in the background as well.
But it had already been three years since he had died.
The Myakka Skunk Ape (2000)
The Myakka Skunk Ape is by most accounts a distant relation Bigfoots. This large ape-like creature has been spotted many times over the years with the earliest sightings dating back to the 1960’s but more recently it has also been caught multiple times on video.
The Skunk Ape mostly inhabits regions of Florida and got its name due to the stink that often accompanies its sightings. Sceptics of the sightings say that it’s far more likely to be misidentification of other wildlife including local black bears. Much like the footage of Bigfoot, recordings and photographs of the Skunk Ape are often shaky, low-quality or taken from an extreme distance.
The face of Mars (1976)
Another NASA related mystery, this time centres around Mars and comes thanks to another photo snapped from outer space. Here, the Viking 1 spacecraft captured photos of Mars’ surface that appeared to show a face looking back at the spaceship from the ground.
More recent photographs with higher resolution lenses have given a clearer picture of the area and now NASA has concluded it may just be a Mesa. This hasn’t stopped popular opinion concluding it’s a sign of life on Mars.
Bigfoot is a legend that dates back as far as 1867 with several people reporting seeing giant, “wild men” wandering the forests and mountains of the Pacific Northwest parts of the United States and Canada.
In 1967, filmmakers Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin captured the most famous and well-known footage of Bigfoot in existence. Its authenticity has been in much dispute in the decades that followed, but there’s certainly something compelling about it.
The Loch Ness Monster
Nessie is the fabled creature that famously inhabits Loch Ness in Scotland. This monster might well be the oldest of the unexplained mysteries on our list as the earliest reports of sightings date back to 565 AD.
Since that time, plenty of people have claimed to see the monster of the Loch but there have also been many false sightings, hoaxes and misidentifications that have included everything from trees to natural gases
Ectoplasm séances (1912)
During the 19th and 20th Centuries, spiritualism took a grip on society with many people believing that mediums could help communicate with the dead. Fraudsters took to manipulating their audiences with a variety of tricks and illusions aimed at duping them out of their hard-earned cash.
Strong favourites at the time came in the ability to produce convincing ectoplasm, apparitions and manifestations that couldn’t easily be explained by the average person. In this photo, Marthe Béraud apparently conjures an inexplicable light between her hands and ectoplasm above her head.