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Rain of Seeds – A man in Southampton, England, was alarmed when hundreds of mustard and cress seeds coated in a jelly-like substance began falling onto his home and in his garden.
A similar phenomenon occurred the following day, except with corn, pea, and bean seeds that seemed to have fallen from the heavens above.
When it is time for their annual physical, the twins need to step on a weighing scale, and when they do, one weighs slightly more than the other.
In terms of chemistry, we can say that these twins are like isotopes of each other.
The Loch Ness Monster – Although the earliest observation of this large creature comes from 565 AD, modern interest in it was sparked by a 1933 sighting.
Shroud of Turin – Most Catholics believe this shroud (a cloth used to wrap around a deceased person) had been placed on the body of Jesus Christ at his burial site.
Mysteriously, the linen cloth carries an image of a crucified man, whom millions of people believe is Jesus.
A man and his wife apparently saw ‘a most extraordinary form of animal’ about 4 feet high and 25 feet long cross the road in front of their car.
This monster, which apparently dwells in a large lake in Great Britain called Loch Ness, has been photographed and even videotaped as recently as 2007.