posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 01:44 PM
reply to post by Sublimecraft
The Naga Fireballs are the only real mystery to me. I'll investigate that one further and maybe plan a trip out there if I can't come to a
#21 - Lead Masks.
A mask with no eye holes and that doesn't cover the whole body isn't sensible if you thought you were going to experience radioactivity. A
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy taking a towel idea off them ex post facto is irrelevant. Even the police said they were afraid to go collect the
corpses at night because of drug cartels in the area. What seems most likely is they were murdered and it was covered up, especially with the
unexplained incompetence in their failure of "preserving the organs."
#22 - Nomoli Skystones.
Can't find any scholarly articles or even a Wiki page for this. They look like reptilian creatures, so I'm sure it's an invention of, or something
heavily promoted by, David Icke and I do see he talks about it on his site.
#24 - Dancing Mania.
There's many more cases than just France and Madagascar. There were cases all over Europe for a span of 1,000 years (iirc 600 AD -1600 AD). The cases
that weren't simply people dancing for enjoyment were diagnosed as early as the 1600s as Sydenham's chorea.
#25 - The "Texas Hammer" (the actual name is the "London Hammer")
1) There's no evidence that the nodule was ever part of the Red Creek's geology or found at the strata level that's claimed. 2) Limestone particles
mixed with water can create this solidification effect around the hammer relatively quickly. 3) Offers to carbon date the shaft are refused and the
only documented case of it supposedly being dated, as reported by David Lines (who was even a supporter of it being an out-of place artifact), showed
a date range of "present to 700 years". 4) Chemists and geologists have already dismissed this to death. 5) The man who initially proposed that the
London Hammer as an out-of place artifact is the same man (Carl Baugh) that found those supposed prehistoric human footprints beside dinosaur tracks
that you mentioned (and also in Texas).
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