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The encounter lasted only two seconds and no one has seen him since, but we long ago surrendered to his nightly vigilance. Now, when we hear the footsteps, we say, "It's probably just the ghost.
Our invisible tenant also likes to have fun at our expense by hiding objects and making us look for them, and later we find them back in the exact spot where they were last seen. This is particularly frustrating to my wife who has a phobia about losing items, which evidently makes the game more fun for "Casper. Do these experiences prove or disprove anything?
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I dare not say, but they are only the tip of the iceberg. There is so much more I want to share, from my experience with life saving precognition, to seeing evidence of time line shifting alternate universe concept to changing reality by the power of intent. For the moment, I will avoid delving into those subjects in order to save any modicum of credibility I have remaining. I'm certain the skeptics will spare no time or ink in their rush to debunk our experiences so, with that bit of prophesy in tow, I will close by associating myself with the words of British author and biologist John Haldane who, in wrote:.
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Einstein said, "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.tece.com.tr/images/lul-a-buon-mercato.php
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She interpreted the phenomena as her grandfather's way of saying "I approve. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard.
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15 strange and dangerous places in Canada’s Northwest Territories
Real News. Real Voices. Let us know what you'd like to see as a HuffPost Member. Canada U. US News. World News. Social Justice. Welcome to the land of mystery — the place that is stranger than fiction. Between the towns of Tulita and Norman Wells , in the great roadless core of the Northwest Territories, dozens of sinkholes pit the forest — odd, disfinguring pockmarks in the face of Mother Earth. The most famous is this one, northwest of Bear Rock, with plunging sides and deep aquamarine waters.
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Scientists say it was formed by the collapse of a vast subterranean cave. Nahanni National Park Reserve is slashed by all sorts of gaping gorges, but the most dramatic is this dangerous, dark, sheer-sided, unexplored incision — legendary Scimitar Canyon. On the shores of Cape Bathurst in the Western Arctic, the bleak Smoking Hills have smouldered for centuries, sending sulphuric soot billowing over the Northwest Passage.
A place of fire and brimstone, the area is underlain with oil shales that spontaneously ignite when exposed to air. It's not for the faint of heart: It takes iron guts to keep your cool when there's a half-mile of thin air between you and terra firma. The official figure is metres — 2, feet. But according to researchers who recently conducted bathymetric soundings, there are trenches that reach even farther down — by 30 metres, or maybe more.
Each winter the length of highway in the Northwest Territories doubles, as a network of ice roads are built atop frozen lakes, rivers and even the Arctic Ocean.
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Most of the routes are underlain by ice four feet thick — strong enough to hold up a jumbo jet. But every so often the highway gives way, threatening to send unlucky vehicles to their watery doom. Like a bizarre lunar stalagmite, the largest tufa mound in Canada rises near the shores of the Rabbitkettle River in Nahanni National Park. Thirty metres tall and 10, years old, the mound is formed by thermal springs that burble from the volcanic ground, leaching calcium carbonate that hardens into a crust of tufa. Take off your shoes and follow park officials on a barefoot hike to the delicate summit.
The terrifying figure became known as the Mothman and has since become the subject of a book and movie. In December , a local bridge collapsed and sent 46 people to their deaths - after which the Mothman was never to be seen again. Legend has it a man named Jacob Waltz discovered a giant goldmine in these mountains back in the 19th century. Home to UFO sightings and animal mutations galore, this acre property has been shrouded in mystery for decades.
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They tried to shoot it with a pistol and then a shotgun but the bullets did nothing to the animal. After a series of mysterious events including cattle mutations and UFO sightings, the Shermans were so freaked out they sold the property two years later. The Nazca civilisation, which inhabited Peru from around BC to BC, famously created massive drawings in the sand which have baffled archaeologists for some time. Located km south of the Peruvian capital, Lima, the geoglyphs include animals, plants and enigmatic geometric shapes.
While experts are unclear as to what purpose the massive drawings serve, most agree that they probably stem from ritualistic behaviour such as making the drawings big enough so that their Gods could see them from the heavens. Play slideshow. Getty Images.