Top Ten Weirdest Theories About Unsolved Mysteries
Atlantis was real and it was destroyed by the Flood: Before we call me absolutely insane, let me remind you: I don't believe this myself.
The Nasca Lines were made by out-of-body experiences of gods: Okay, you're probably wondering what these "Nasca Lines" I speak of are in the first place.
The Easter Island Statues were made by aliens as a distress signal: What's with unsolved mysteries being always about either gods, aliens, or gods who are aliens.
Stonehenge is used to summon earth magic: . Even some of the possible "evidence" is there's a picture of Merlin himself orchestrated the construction of Stonehenge, with help from a giant
The Devil's Footprints were made by a kangaroo that escaped a zoo: Awesome list, and this is the item that actually I was looking to different explanation of it.
Spirit orbs are balls of lightning: Also referred to as ghost orbs, I can't say I find that surprising. Spirits and ghosts are synonymous.
The Turin shroud is actually a self-portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci: . It basically went from one group of people to another and ended up in Italy.
Weeping and bleeding statues represent the Godhead and the Virgin Birth: That theory has been debunked because they're even more common in statues of Christian characters, especially the Virgin Mary.
The Loch Ness Monster is a plesiosaur that escaped extinction: Nessie is one of the most famous cryptids in history. The earliest report of the monster was in A.D.
Bigfoot escaped extinction and is Gigantopithecus's distant relative: n North American folklore, Bigfoot or Sasquatch are said to be hairy, upright-walking.