1. 54 hands were severed
In March 2018, a bag full of human hands was discovered at a Russian fishing spot, the Beshennaya canal of the Amur River, Khabarovsk.
Initially, someone accidentally saw a hand and reported it. Police immediately arrived at the scene. After a period of searching, they found a bag containing a total of 54 hands.
The location where these 27 pairs of hands were found is in Vladimirovka village, about 30km from the Chinese border.27 pairs of hands were found at a Russian fishing spot
According to the Siberian Times, the identities of the hands could not be determined even though they were exactly 27 pairs, belonging to 27 people. At least one hand still has clear fingerprints. But the police could not verify whose it belonged to.
Before discovering the hands, the people of Vladimirovka village did not see anything suspicious. People said that it was most likely the hands of thieves, who were punished by having both hands cut off.
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There were bandages and medical shoes at the scene, so some people guessed those creepy hands were cut from the corpse. But if this hypothesis is true, why do we need to cut off those hands from the corpse?
To date, no one with two hands has ever said that one of the other pairs of hand is theirs
2. The car hangs under the Toronto bridge
In 2001, several engineering students from the University of British Columbia, Canada, hung a red Volkswagen Beetle with a Canadian flag under the Golden Gate Bridge.
Not to be outdone (perhaps), in May, someone in Toronto (city in Canada) did the same thing, but hung a Honda Civic (more luxurious, more beautiful than the Volkswagen Beetle) under the Toronto bridge. .
Derelict car hanging under Toronto bridge
At first, Toronto police thought some film crew hung it up to create a scene. However, after waiting forever and no one cleaned it up, they had to investigate and discovered that it was not the product of any director, and there was not a single trace to identify the owner.
In addition, the police could not find anyone who had seen the car hang up or discovered a group of suspicious people preparing to hang the car up.
There was some confusion, but Toronto police brought down the Honda Civic safely. Up to now, no one has confessed to being the author of the weird car hanging joke, nor have there been any self-proclaimed boasts or rumors.
3. Destroying the ozone layer
In the 1980s, the story of a giant hole in the ozone layer was big news. Scientists say it is destroyed by Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC), artificial chemicals used in refrigerators, solvents… Immediately CFCs were restricted and banned from use.
Since 2010, the CFC ban has been in effect globally. The area of the ozone hole also decreased sharply, from 10.9 million square miles in 2015 to 8.9 million square miles in 2016.
It seems like someone intentionally destroyed the ozone layer
However, on May 16, 2018, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported a sudden increase in CFCs, specifically CFC-11, in the air.
According to wind direction analysis, the location of CFC-11 emissions may be from East Asia. Who or which country in East Asia has defied the production of CFC-11 and for what purpose?
After all, we don’t need to use CFCs anymore, because there is a less expensive alternative, Hydrofluorocarbon (HFC).
4. Strange disease only attacks Americans
It’s unclear why Americans in Guangzhou, southern China, are falling sick one after another. They all feel an unpleasant sound, causing fatigue, insomnia, and eventually serious health deterioration.
Only Americans get sick from the noise (and only they can hear it) in Guangzhou, China
In April, an employee at the US Consulate in China reported being sick, was diagnosed with mild brain damage and sent back to the US. By June, a series of other Americans temporarily staying or traveling (more than 20 people) contracted the same disease.
5. Continuous planet explosion
Last spring, astronomers observed a strange phenomenon in the night sky: a series of strange stellar explosions 4 billion light years from Earth.
The Royal Astronomical Society counted a total of 72 explosions. They are as bright as supernova explosions but shorter.
Is this consecutive star explosion a kind of welcome for Stephen William to heaven
On average, a supernova can glow for several months, but the stellar explosions in this series only shine for about a week to a month. Scientists estimate they are hot from 10,000 – 30,000oC. It is possible that this is a completely new astronomical phenomenon.
Physicist Stephen William Hawking (January 8, 1942 to March 14, 2018), the late Director of Research at the Center for Theoretical Cosmology at Cambridge University, died only a few weeks after the above strange phenomenon. Who knows, maybe his death and this mass star explosion have nothing to do with it!