Sublimecraft your stories are definatly intriguing and strange . I love your posts now I have to go research them cause thats just what I do
Thanks for posting and keep up the good work
Also, ignore the haters Sublime. They posted for a reason... Although I can't determine that reason besides....hating.
Originally posted by Sublimecraft
24. The Dancing plague of 1518
Not all X-Files are scary – some are just plain weird to the point of funny, yet remain unsolved to this very day, like this one...........
In July of 1518, Frau Troffea of Strasbourg, France (then part of the Holy Roman Empire) began to dance frantically in the streets. Within a month, 400 people began to do the same, eventually collapsing and dying of heart attack, exhaustion, and stroke.
Originally posted by DocHolidaze
reply to post by PhoenixOD
if they had ergot poisoning aka lsd not everybody would be dancing at once, lsd makes everyone act differently not exactly the same.
Originally posted by 35Foxtrot
As for the Texas Hammer (and other artifacts found in rock that don't belong either due to time and/or place), when rock is molten, does that effect dating of that rock? I don't know and I ask because if the rock's age (as far as dating methods are concerned) stays the same, couldn't new items be placed in old molten rock, left to cool and found later? Could this (whether innocent coincidence/mistake or deliberate hoax) explain this type of artifact?