There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
There are mysteries of magic and miracles. The two often share a connection. Many forms of magical belief are tied to religious belief. For example, many of the rituals and beliefs of the voodoo religion are viewed by outsiders as magical practices. These include such things as the alleged Haitian voodoo practice of turning people into zombies (the walking dead).
There are mysteries of history - events and places that have been recorded in history but that we still have questions about today. For example, was the great King Arthur a real king or merely a legend? How, exactly, were the pyramids built? Historians continue to seek the answers to these questions.
Then, of course, there are mysteries of science. One such mystery is how humanity began. Although most scientists agree that it was through the long, slow process of evolution, not all scientists agree that indisputable proof has been found. Subjects like these are fascinating, in part because we do not know the whole truth about them. They are mysteries. And they are controversial - people hold very strong and opposing views about them.
In a world where everything has a rational explanation, nature still has the power to keep her secrets. These true stories of dark doings, loose ends, and unexplained terror keep us up at night, defy all reason, and scare the living daylights out of us, they are unsolved mysteries. Haunting riddles. To explore this eerie side of things, sometimes what we find are dark enigmas. Haunting true-life tales of enduring mystery.
If you missed it ...
Enter the Website