Random Objects That Mysteriously Appeared In The Weirdest Places.
Things have gone missing without explanation throughout history, like Amelia Earhart, or Flight 19, a team of five TBM Avenger Torpedo Bombers that vanished in the Bermuda Triangle in 1945. After all, natural calamities and unexplained phenomenon can lead to some major disappearances. But rarely do we talk about things that unusually appear suddenly, without any kind of warning whatsoever. Of course, there are some things that have remained hidden due to natural erosion, which can reappear after a change in weather or a natural disaster. But there are other things that have simply appeared out of thin air. So here's a list of some of those things and they're as interesting as they are unusual too.
#1. Cops on the Isle of Wight were shocked to find approximately 60 sheep grazing in an open meadow on February 7th, 2017.
The weird thing was that no one could figure out where they came from, how they got there, or who owned them. Did a UFO simply beam a bunch of sheep down to Earth after they were done experimenting with them? To make things more eerie, the sheep vanished a day after they reappeared, leaving authorities totally dumbfounded.
#2. You've probably heard of the fictional children's story about the sky falling, but what about a cow?
On November 2007, Charles and Linda Everson were traveling down Manson Highway in Washington State when a 600 pound cow dropped out of the sky and onto the hood of their minivan. Fortunately the couple wasn't injured. The cow may have plummeted to its death from the top of a 200-foot cliff near the highway, but you never know.
#3. A giant Lego man had suddenly appeared at the shore of Siesta Key Beach, Florida.
Deputies were puzzled when they found this 100 pound, 8 ft. tall Lego figure just lying there. Apparently, he's been on quite a journey around the world while wearing a shirt that says "No real than you are". Authorities claim that the owners had 90 days to claim the life size Lego and bail him out. But ironically, no one but the owners were allowed to visit this Lego man in the slammer.
#4. Remember that whole Pokemon Go craze that erupted back in 2016? Well a Pokemon statue appeared in New Orleans Park.
No one knows how it got there, but someone place the giant Pikachu statue made of fiberglass in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans on top of a fountain. It was also painted to look like brass and it instantly caught the attention of tourists before it donated to the Coliseum Square Association, who auctioned and sold it for $2000.
Doug MacCash / NOLA/| The Times-Picayune
#5. You've heard of the saying "it's raining cats and dogs"? Well, it was certainly raining puppies in Los Banos, California.
Actually, it was just one puppy and it dropped from the sky back in May of 2012. 7-year-old Taylor Callaway's grandmother told him that "when God drops a puppy from the sky, you keep it." So Taylor did. But some claim that it was a hawk that probably grabbed it with its talons to make him a meal and then accidentally dropped it.
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