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Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 7-7-2019 | 0 comments
The UK's Jodrell Bank Observatory has been formally recognized as a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 1-20-2019 | 0 comments
Anthropologists have published the results of a new study in to two fossil skeletons found in South Africa.
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 3-12-2018 | 2 comments
Known as Hop, the settlement has been spoken of in Norse sagas passed down over hundreds of years.
Category: Ghosts & Hauntings | Posted on 1-8-2017 | 16 comments
The Scandinavian monarch maintains that her residence, Drottningholm Palace, is inhabited by ghosts.
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 10-22-2016 | 24 comments
Forget haggis - Neolithic Scots living on the islands may have once had an appetite for the humble vole.
Category: Ghosts & Hauntings | Posted on 5-28-2010 | 36 comments
A mysterious ghostly figure has been caught on CCTV in the car park of the New Lanark Mill Hotel in Scotland.
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 5-22-2007 | 0 comments
Efforts are on to make Loch Ness, the large and deep fresh waterway in the Scottish Highlands into a World Heritage Site.
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 9-28-2006 | 3 comments
High priests at an ancient religious compound in southern Peru may have designed the mysterious Nazca lines, a set of huge geometric patterns, animal figures an...
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 9-12-2006 | 4 comments
The Peruvian government has reversed a decision to allow flights over the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu after an outcry from environmental groups.
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 11-14-2005 | 6 comments
A tiny, hand-painted sign mounted on a flimsy barbed wire fence warns visitors to Peru's Nazca lines: "No entry.