All the things we can't explain in spite of our scientific advances and discoverings, makes the hyper-technified life of these days more attractive and mysterious.
Mostly because we need this kind of things, here's a selection of findings and facts of our world that science and history still can't explain.
Svergies Television, which set up cameras on Sweden's Storsjon or Great Lake, has released images of a blurry, long and narrow silhouette moving in the depths said to be the famous Swedish sea monster. The "Sweden's Loch Ness Monster" was first mentioned in print in 1635 and 500 people have reported 200 sightings since then.
Taos Hum, New Mexico:
A mysterious noise heard in the distance, resembling hidden -or unseen- engines. Sounds like this have been reported through all the world, sometimes described as coming from the sky.
The Voynich manuscript was written in a language that men through the centuries have tried to decode with no success.
In the mysterious Easter Islands where the Moai stands, a set of glyphs have been discovered, called the Rongorongo. Like the mentioned manuscript, they were never at least partially translated.
Chinese mosaic lines:
These strange lines are found at coordinates: 40°27’28.56″N, 93°23’34.42″E. They're located in the desert of the Gansu Sheng province in China.
Unexplained stone doll:
The July 1889 find in Nampa, Idaho, of a small human figure during a well-drilling operation caused intense scientific interest last century. Unmistakably made by human hands, it was found at a depth of 320 feet which would place its age far before the arrival of man in this part of the world.
The Lolladoff plate:
12,000 year old stone dish found in Nepal. Is that a flying saucer and the other figure one of the pilots?
Ancient rocket ship:
This ancient cave painting from Japan is dated to be more than 5000 BC.
This site is composed of more than 200 pillars arranged in 20 circles. Gobekly Tepe was built more than 13,000 years before Stonehenge.
This 72 seconds signal appeared to have originated from the Sagittarius Constellation near a star called Tau Sagittarii, 120 light years away.
Baghdad batteries, at least 2,000 years before 20th Century:
Some theorize that an acidic liquid was used to generate an electric current inside the jar.
-From various sources-