The Mandela Effect is controversial theory in explaining a phenomenon where many people have false memory about a particular event or detail. The phenomenon is named after the instance where a large proportion of people believed the South African leader Nelson Mandela had died in jail during the 1980’s, whereas Mr. Mandela was alive till 2013.
For centuries, there have been reports of strange events where the sky is perceived to spit out blood. Today, this abnormal occurrence is known as “Blood rain” or “Red rain”where the rain showers, from the sky, have a peculiar red color. In the ancient past, this phenomenon was considered to be a bad omen where some apocalyptic events were to come.
This week I received an email with a link to a YouTube video from an anonymous sender. The video I watched discussed about an alleged paranormal phenomenon occurring called the Black Stick Man which until viewing knew nothing about. In the video, this entity or entities have only been recently exposed as more sightings are reported. After watching this video, I done some research on the Black Stick Man and found knowledge of it originates off the Internet much like Sheepsquatch with next to nothing mentioned in books or newspapers articles prior to 1996. In my opinion, I question its authenticity, however here is the video to make your own judgment. If anyone recalls of any reported sightings made before the Internet like in a magazine or news article please contact me about it.
Images captured on film freezes a moment in time and on some occasions could create a mystery when something strange appears on the photo. While most perplexing pictures may hold a reasonable explanation, there are a few which defy any given. Here is a YouTube video about such mysterious photos.
Since arriving back home, I had been shifting through a mountain of emails. In one of them was a request made by Nicolas from Florida about the curse known as the 27 club. Now, the last time I came across this reference happened back in 2000 with the death of Sean Patrick McCabe from the group Ink and Dagger. In researching more detail about this subject, I discovered its membership has increased. Continue reading