Uninvented mystical stories

Uninvented mystical stories

All these terrible stories happened in real life. In any case, each of them has very specific evidence.

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1. "Damned" number

Many believe that 0888-888-888 is considered an “unlucky” telephone number. This is due to the fact that all of its previous owners died in the most terrible way. In 2000, this number belonged to the Bulgarian mobile operator, and since then it has "taken the lives" of all who connected it. The first owner died suddenly of cancer, two others died from gunshot wounds. In 2007, the company decided to block this number for an indefinite period. And if you call the specified Bulgarian number, the female voice will answer: “The subscriber is out of the network coverage area”.

2. "Man from Medan"

In February 1948, ships located near Indonesia received a distress call from the Dutch cargo ship “S.S. Ourang Medan. The man in broken English said the following: “The captain and all the officers lie dead in the cockpit and on the bridge.Perhaps the whole team is dead. ” This message was followed by some illegible Morse code and the short phrase “I'm dying”. When the search party boarded the ship, she saw that all the officers and crew were indeed dead, including even the dog. Their eyes were wide open, and their frozen faces turned toward the sun. The bodies lay flat, arms outstretched, and a mask of horror froze on their faces. No visible injuries were found on the corpses. Some time later, the ship exploded and sank, making further investigation of this unexplained incident impossible.

3. "Bloody" find

Once, students at Riverwood Elementary School in Sydney, on their return from a summer vacation, found a one-and-a-half-liter can filled with blood in the schoolyard. No one knew where this bank came from. One and a half liters of blood equals approximately 30% of the total blood volume in an adult's body. DNA tests showed that it was real blood that belonged to a man. However, the DNA did not match any person listed in the database. Until now, it was not possible to find out the true origin of the terrible discovery of students.

4. Unmanifested film

In 1997, a certain Rita Swift found an unmanifested film rolled into a roll in an old chest. The note attached to it read: “Made in our yard, 1969”. The first 16 photographs were standard family snapshots, but from 17th to 19th frames were pictures from the past, created with the help of a pinhole camera. The photo showed several people dressed in Indian clothes of the 1800s. In the first photo you could see the close-ups of three men dancing in the pond; in the second photo, the photographer captured a large horned animal - a bull or a cow. The third photo showed a large bonfire and a group of people dancing around it. As historical pictures were on this film, and remains a mystery.

5. Woman in the wall

A 57-year-old resident of Japan was forced to install security cameras after things began to disappear without a trace in his house, and he constantly felt someone's invisible presence. On the videotape made last night, the man saw how a small, unfamiliar woman slipped out of the closet that was in his bedroom. The stranger wandered around the house, stole the cash he had and even took a shower.At dawn, the woman disappeared into the same closet again. Assuming that it was a burglar, the man called the police. After a thorough search, the police found the corpse of the former resident of this house, immured behind the closet in the wall, had disappeared without a trace many years ago.

6. “Prophecy” by Edgar Allan Poe

In the only finished novel by writer Edgar Poe, “The Narration of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket,” written in 1838, told of four sailors who survived a shipwreck who, suffering from hunger, decided to eat their comrade named Richard Parker. In 1884, three real sailors, whose ship also sank, ate their young boy. By a strange coincidence, his name was Richard Parker.

7. Man with two faces

In the 19th century, there lived a handsome young man named Edward Mordrake, who had one terrible flaw: there was a second face on the back of his head. Poor Edward suffered from a rare disease - parasitic craniopagi. According to eyewitnesses, the face of his twin was disgusting and seemed to exude evil. It never ate or spoke, but it could smile or frown, and the eyes could move independently of Edward's will.Although no one had heard a word from the mouth of the second person, Edward Mordreik swore that he was waking up at night from the whisper of his “evil twin”, who spoke terrible devilish words to him. The young man begged the surgeons to remove his "demonic face", but no doctor decided to go for it. At 23, Edward committed suicide, leaving a note asking him to cut out a second face before his burial, so that “it would not continue its terrible whisper in his grave”.

8. The masked man

The basis of the film and the book "The Man in the Iron Mask" was the story of a real person. In 1669, on the orders of the cruel King Louis XIV of France, a mysterious prisoner without trial was placed in Pignerol fortress. Even the courtiers did not know what crime he was accused of. The prisoner was obliged to wear a mask of velvet and whalebone. A personal guard was assigned to the prisoner so that no one could see or hear him. The prisoner was held in various prisons, including the Bastille, and in 1703 he died. In addition to the king of France, no one ever knew who and for what crime was supposed to hide his face under the mask.

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