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Some crazy stuff I've never heard of
For as smart as we humans think we are, there sure are a lot of things that we cannot explain. Throughout history, a large number of ...
I really hope we find out who D.B. Cooper was. Say some 70 year old admits to it and has evidence to back it up, would he really have to do time for it?
It makes sense. Who's supposed to tell us about this stuff now that Robert Stack is dead.
That D.B. Cooper story is insane. I could see D.B. being a cop or something and "investigating" his own crime.
Wait, the moon is actually a space ship?!
Very cool, thanks for sharing.
I thought that some woman claimed to be the daughter or nephew of the guy who jumped. As a little girl, she remembered her dad and uncles talking about someone being hurt, and was told to not ask questions. She eventually saw evidence of a parachute, cash, and some other stuff. She came forth but nobody ever was charged.
Looking for the article now...
How cool would it be if Atlantis really existed? A Utopian society with superior technology. I WANT TO BELIEVE. I also want to find the Holy Grail in Nova Scotia.
This post was edited by PM3Spartan 2 years ago
I've read a bit about that theory. No one's really drilled inside the moon, but it does appear to be hollow. I don't know about all the UFO stuff, but the orbit issue (and the fact that it's hollow), indicate that it's probably not from our solar system.
Someone should probably ask GRRSpartan.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
Well, it IS too big for it's current orbit. And it might be hollow.
When you consider those 2 tidbits, is there any other conclusion we could reach?
This post was edited by Rodeo Burger 2 years ago
If I was high this would all make sense.
DB Cooper has always been a really cool story. Especially with some of the people that reported strangers in the area around the time he was supposed to be on the run.
The money pit is another one, though its likely to never be solved.
Your average UofM fan and I have something in common, neither of us went to UofM. Though we do share One major difference, I got Accepted.
If anyone is interested in Jack the Ripper check out this book. It's pretty cool and is pretty convincing that they now know who he is.
This post was edited by ZCavaricci21757 2 years ago
This has always been one of my favorite mysteries;
If you are into UFOlogy check out the Dulce Book online.It will blow your mind.
Out of the 9 victims listed, 2 were born on January 11th, 2 were born on January 12th, and 1 was born on January 13th.
So anyone wanna go hike the Ural Mountains?
Why? Did you kill your roommate?
I took a geology class and the professor was telling us about how Texas Hardpan is the hardest known rock on earth (that isn't diamond), so when they planned to dig on the moon the drill that was designed could eat through the rock very quickly. However, once they actually got to the moon and used the drill, they got about 6 inches before the rock destroyed the drill.
I know, cool story bro, but just thought it was interesting.
Coaches who can outline plays on a black board are a dime a dozen. The ones who win get inside their player and motivate.
Here is the story I was referring to, re. DB Cooper.
Take it for what it is worth. I have read that numerous people over the years have claimed to be a relative of the dude or people responsible. So this could be another one. Seems plausible to me.
Also, Marla Cooper: Hot or not??
A woman claiming to be the niece of infamous airplane hijacker D.B. Cooper has spoken to ABC News in an exclusive interview about her role in the recently re-ignited 40-year-old cold case that has haunted the FBI for years.
Texas Hardpan=hardest known rock on earth.
The Moon=not on earth.
So i guess this proves the moon is really hard, thats all.
i had never of this before, really an odd situation.
this one is my favorite. Not covered in the mystery thing but completely believable
especially for those cold war buffs
such a cool story
I've never been able to drill deeper than 6 inches either. It's a common problem, certainly not limited to lunar expeditions.
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