Random Objects That Mysteriously Appeared In The Weirdest Places.
#6. If you're a fan of "Buffy" or "Supernatural" you might find the concept of a giant crater mysteriously appearing out of nowhere interesting.
The locals even feared that it was a gateway to hell, aka a Hellmouth when it appeared in a Siberian forest, outside of the town of Batagai. Ironically, it didn't just appear out of nowhere, it's also been growing for the last 25 years or so, and you can sometimes hear an unusual boom sound coming from it.
#7. The people of Siberia have some huge balls on them, or rather their beaches do.
Since it snows in Nyda, Siberia, snow isn't exactly a mystery. But when thousands of perfectly symmetrical snowballs appeared on the beach, locals were shocked. The snowballs covered 11 miles of the coastline back in November of 2016 and they ranged in size from a few inches to three feet.
Sergey Bychenkov / Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute
#8. If you thought snowballs in Siberia were odd, how about a banner of Vladimir Putin in Manhattan?
On October 2016, two people were on the Manhattan Bridge unfolding a 20x40 foot banner of Russian leader Vladimir Putin with the words "Peacemaker" underneath. Although no one took responsibility for the banner, people were certainly confused by the meaning of the message.
katyetc / Twitter
#9. As if worrying about dogs and cows falling from the sky wasn't bad enough, now you have to watch out for vampire fishes.
Back in 2015, residents in Fairbanks, Alaska reported that they saw a bunch of hideous looking fishes dropping from the sky, and they looked more like eels or snakes. Well, actually they were lampreys, which have disk-like mouths with small sharp teeth, which they use to drain the blood and fluids of other fishes. Wildlife officials believed that seagulls initially picked them up and then dropped them.
#10. Have you ever heard of a giant cat appearing out of nowhere on Earth? Well, neither did we, but it's not a real cat.
It's more like the outline of one that appeared on Google maps, and the tech giants don't have a clue how it appeared in Hobson Bay in Auckland, New Zealand back in 2014. But what's even weirder is the fact that there are no actual tracks that could have caused this anomalous cat to appear on Google Maps.
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