What if one late night, while walking home you hear a strange sound in the distance. You recognize the noise as flapping wing, yet the situation is puzzling because you are unable to find where it is coming from. While scanning the area, you locate the sound coming from above you and approaching. Under the light of a street lamp lands a massive create with sizable flapping bat wings. What seems out of a nightmare, stands an entity with a humanoid body along with animal parts. The creature turns its attention to you and begins to roar, what do you do?
What if one late night you are walking down a street on your way back home. Maybe out for some exercise or even returning from a movie. Your eye catches something dragging from the side of a building and runs unto the street crossing your path. Before you is a creature with one or more distinguishing characteristics revealing its not a household pet or any other known local wildlife. The animal may have glowing eyes, other appendages protruding from the back or moving around on its hind legs. You stop to observe this curious site, while guessing what it could be. The creature halts after noticing you and starts acting aggressively, what do you do?
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.
Although more is known about the Tunguska Event today than was known when it occurred in 1908, scientists and other experts remain at odds when it comes to details. While those approaching the situation with a more logical approach debate whether this explosion originated from a meteor touchdown or the dispersion of a comet, others differ in opinions regarding whether the event was triggered by Agdy (sometimes spelled Ogdy) or UFOs.