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What happens when a very young child's complete skeleton is found intact with an already-formed and perfect elongated skull? What can the explanation be for this strange anatomical feature? The cranial binding theory can be dismissed since the child didn't live long enough for the process to have an effect. So how did this child develop an elongated skull so early in life? This is one example that modern science chooses to avoid like the plague - because it has no answer.
What a creepy story: Before teaching at a French school for girls, Emilie Sagee taught at 18 different schools and had been fired from each because of the strange events that seemed to follow her. It seems she had the incredible power of being seen in two places at once. Students would often report seeing her in class at the same time others claimed they saw her walking down the hall. On one occasion, as she taught with her back to her students, her doppelganger appeared beside her.
Jacinta Marto was one of the three original visionaries at Fatima, Portugal in 1917. She was born in 1910 and died in 1920. In both 1935 and 1951 her body was exhumed and in each instance her body was found to be incorrupt. The Basilica of Our Lady of Fatima was built on the site where the three children first saw 'a lady brighter than the sun" and Jacinta's tomb has remained there since 1951.
John Torrington Torrington died of lead poisoning while on the Franklin Expedition to the Arctic Circle. 150 years later when his body was recovered, he was found almost entirely unchanged. He was frozen solid in a block of ice inside the coffin that he was buried in.
An 8-year-old hyperactive boy was admitted to the hospital after having been found to have elevated blood lead levels. An abdominal radiograph revealed large numbers of small, hyperdense foci in the right lower quadrant. The entire family reported that they regularly ate geese that were killed with lead pellets from a shotgun, and the children reported that they had been eating the pellets as part of a game to make them disappear. A total of 57 lead pellets were recovered from the lumen.
Always hate to come across these guys! “Ichthyosaurs: Shonisaurus accompanied by pack of Californosaurus” ~ Californosaurus (meaning "California lizard"): an extinct marine reptile (ok, ok ). It was 10 ft (3 m) long. It had 4 paddle-shaped flippers & sharp teeth in long, pointed jaws (looking a bit like a dolphin). They lived during the late Triassic period in seas that covered what is now California. It fed on fish & other small marine creatures.