Paranormala’s Top 10 Unexplained Phenomena – Part 2

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  • Mnynames

    The Taos Hum I think gets short shrift in a lot of paranormal circles, but such phenomena remain constant and obvious presences, yet completely unknown. What are they?

    Doppelgangers seems an odd inclusion, especially since we may be looking at not one, but several different types of unrelated phenomena. Goethe’s case, for one, seems to be a clear example of a temporal displacement.

    Best info I’ve seen anywhere on the Sudarium, I’d love to know more. The fact that it appear to be made of the same material as the Turin Shroud is most interesting.

  • Lawrence Myers

    When I was about 5-6 On my grandparents farm in Indiana (1948) I was laying down looking into a creek that flowed threw the property,I had closed my eyes in a restful responese.and when I opened them I was looking down at a boy who was wearing the same kind of clothes I was and doing the same thing I had been doing,I then blinked and was back looking into the creek, I said nothing to anyone at the time,but never forgot it, then many years later I finally found out what happened .People who think it’s all poo-poo well I all I can do is give them my middle finger……….Please have aGreat Day……..Larry

  • Andree

    the hum is the underground cities.

  • L. S. Gordon

    Your information on NDEs and near-death studies research is outdated and otherwise inaccurate in the extreme. It demonstrates little awareness of the collective knowledge about the significance of NDEs of the field’s leading researchers. See Bruce Greyson’s entries in the most recent edition of Corsini’s condensed Encyclopedia of Psychology, and in the text _Varieties of Anomalous Experience_ , for instance, for more informed summaries of the findings in the field and their significance.

  • Mark

    UFOs as number 1? Really?

  • Leta Lucy

    great site.
    thanks for having it!

  • Daniel

    Doppelgangers are sometimes friendly and helpful. I have read several accounts where they warned someone of danger.

  • Al

    An interesting list. The Sudarium of Ovieda piqued my curiousity as I’ve read very few accounts about it. Thanks!

  • Michael F. O’Keeffe

    The black triangle I saw was quite different than the graphic displayed here. Instead of a single large light at each corner, there was an array fo about a dozen small bright lights at each corner – no light in the middle. I saw it on a Thursday (one week after Thanksgiving) 2005, in South Lake Tahoe, on U.S. route 51. It hovered motionless directly over a very tall hotel-casino (the casino was 15 to 18 stories tall). The triangle hovered over this building – about 50 feet above the top of the building. This happened during late afternoon – just before sunset. I got a very good look at it.

  • Michael F. O’Keeffe

    The black triangle I saw was quite different than the graphic shown here. Instead of a large yellow light at each corner, there was an array of about a dozen small, very bright, yellow lights at each corner – I did npot see any light in the middle. I got a very good look at this triangle, just before sunset, in South Lake Tahoe – Dec 2005. Most strangely, it hovered over a very tall hotel casino – about 15-18 stories tall. It hovered motionless about 50 feet above the top of this tall building.

  • MrCoffeeCup

    Hmmmmm, pardon the pun but how bout’ a few beer drinking, football lovin, barbecue partiers, throw a few bucks together and hire a lyricist!
    Can’t be any worse than the RapCrap we hear! Now at least Taos with sing along instead humming a few bars!

  • Hieromonk Don Pardo

    The word “phenomena” is a plural noun. (“Phenomenon” is the singular noun.) When you write “…phenomena that has intrigued us,” or, “this phenomena,” it’s exactly like saying “…situations that has intrigued us,” or “this situations.” IOW, it sounds like LOLspeak: “I can has phenomena?”

    Hip up, dude. It’s tought to take your content seriously when your basic English is that wonky.

    P.S. If you’re not a native English speaker, you’re excused…but only this one time. 😉

  • Ed Yaz

    My wife and I saw a black triangle hovering over our car on I 90 somewhere in South Dakota in late August of 2001. We were moving, but the aircraft appeared to be hovering over the highway, completely stationary. At the time we thought it might have been a stealth bomber, but I’ve seen a few of them in flight since then and that triangle craft was definitely not a stealth bomber. It was a very eerie thing to see.

  • Hieromonk Don Pardo

    Still have one: “…unexplained phenomena that has intrigued us.”

    I can has unexplained phenomena? :-)

  • john

    Lincoln was a Rosicrucian and the mirror
    work is part of the home studies one does
    to acquire ‘self knowledge”

  • rufus

    Rosicrucians are loonies. And near death exp. are similar in many ways to LSD trips, whatever your mind suggests to itself it then sees, I for one am bored to death with a white light and a tunnel, and some cheesy religious figures, etc. Realize it is your own mind…a bardo and all that, and do something unique, dammit.

  • http://deleted rufus

    The sudarium of oviedo is a song from zappa’s 2007 posthumously-created, and most wonderfully crafted album. Makes as much sense, and has as much evidence as the BS posted above. In fact, there is ZERO evidence that jesus existed as a real historical figure, and yes, such records were kept during that period….so bollycocks !



    • Gerald is my reek

      ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha



  • jenny

    if its all in your mind, then that means, without any necessary stress or depression in once’s life, you can produce a hallucination clear as day anytime you want. if it was in your mind, it should be scientifically proven and repeated and everyone should be able to create a hallucination at anytime even at the most sane moments. why isn’t it a fact… only bloggers say it

  • Connie

    The taos hum, is pulsating and varies in it’s intensity in a soothing manner. This is similar to the calming affect of lying down on the earth or grass in the country. Our bodies feel the slight vibration and it’s calming. I think it must be the earth’s core and the sound that is generated from it’s inner movement, as it’s fluid. An electrical-magnetic field with it’s own sound, similar to high-voltage transformers, which would hum in the frigid temperatures during the winter months in northern Sask., Canada.Isn’t somewhere in New Mexico, the site of one of the deepest underground caves? Or could it be one is yet to be discovered nearby?

  • A.J. Smith

    I think the source of the Tao hum is underground tunnel digging machines. The government has these machines working day and night digging an elaborate system of underground tunnels used for purposes only known to the chosen few.

  • Seattlelight

    To Heiromonk Don Pardo,
    I’m sorry, but your stupid comments just irked me. I scrolled down to read what other readers think about the “Top Ten”, ok? I don’t want to read about proper english. Plus, you spelled tough wrong in your first comment. More over, why this irritates me is because I’m just wondering how you would say those sentences correct then? ” These Phenomenons have intrigued us” ? “These phenomenons” ? If so, when would you use the plural word for phenomenon, Phenomena? Please tell me, I would like to know.

  • Alien Sightings

    Enjoyed this article. Particularly interested in the Black Triangle UFO and its seemingly increasing nature in regard to sightings. We are currently experiencing something similar in the north of the UK but this time an Orange (as apposed to black) triangular shaped craft. Over the last few months there have been numerous sightings of this strange craft which at this point in time have no explanation.

  • Chiron613

    I’m weary of the grammar Nazis whose only contribution to a discussion is to lecture about proper English. We all make mistakes – every single one of us, no exceptions. Big deal. I know some true geniuses who can’t string together a decent, correctly spelled sentence in English, yet who are capable of doing postgraduate work in physics, electrical engineering, and mathematics. While many uneducated and not-so-smart people make grammatic mistakes, the fact that someone makes such mistakes doesn’t mean they’re ignorant, uneducated, or deficient.

  • Alien Sightings

    Thought I would try and get the conversation back on topic…really intrigued by the recent Black Triangle UFO sightings. We here in the UK have many reported instances of these crafts the most famous of them all being in the 1980’s in a secluded forest in Rendlesham. This craft was similarly described as triangular in shape but also had pieces of it ‘melting off’ also described as molten metal. Best of all this event was witnessed by several USAF personnel including the now infamous Colonel Charles Halt. A fascinating encounter and one that still today os discussed in detail.

  • Twinkletoes

    i have a better idea for #1. Google’s doodle of the day for sept 5th is a UFO abducting the second ‘o’ in the title of the search engine. it’s not even an advertisement for a new Google breakthrough and last time i checked, it’s not national national inquirer day. why would google do that? to get people to go onto THESE kind of sites?! Now that’s what I call UNEXPLAINABLE!

  • Bimmer

    the white light a person experiences in a NDE is because of the missing oxygen to the brain, try strangulating yourself till you pass out, and you will see it ;D

  • Rookie Ghost Hunter

    What? Nothin’ about ghosts? Darn.

  • ching han

    UFO, i saw was a boomerang shape UFO in December 24 10:50p.m.2006. It was so cool.

  • Bloomrivera

    wow people acutually belive in this is stuff? ha

    • Joel Toroy

      you too because you
      read them all if not then why you wasted your time ?

  • geoff

    I personally have witnessed with friends a black triangle aircraft at night hovering and speeding away in a non man made fashion, sent shivers down my spine

  • Garrett

    The conditions and hallucinations associated with NDEs have been replicated by introducing DMT to the brain (a chemical that your brain naturally releases upon death). Also the shroud could be from anywhere or anyone.