Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Random Objects That Mysteriously Appeared In The Weirdest Places.

#11. Things got a bit slithery and slimy in Texas when a pile of worms showed up on a road in Eisenhower State Park in Denison.

Texas Rangers were shocked to find clumps of long pink worms right between the yellow lines on the road. To add more of an element of mystery to the situation, biologists couldn't figure out why the worms were spaced so well and in between the lines. All they know as the worms appeared shortly after the area experienced a major flood.

Things got a bit slithery and slimy in Texas when a pile of worms showed up on a road in Eisenhower State Park in Denison.

Eisenhower State Park

#12. You can expect to see a lot of things wash up on the side of the East River on the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge.

But a Mason & Hamlin grand piano isn't one of them, and yet, that's exactly what happened in May of 2014. The very expensive, and half-submerged piano was too heavy to have floated there. So how it got to shore is a mystery. Sadly the piano disintegrated after several weeks of exposure to the elements.

You can expect to see a lot of things wash up on the side of the East River on the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Richard Corman

#13. You've heard of ghostly images of people, but how often do you hear of a ghost city?

Well an eerie ghost city appeared in the clouds above the cities of Jiangxi and Foshan in China and thousands of people were witness to it. It actually appeared that a cityscape full of skyscrapers was poking out of the clouds. But scientists claim it's a rare light-bending mirage called Fata Morgana that tricks into seeing things that actually aren't there like a ghost city floating in the sky.

You've heard of ghostly images of people, but how often do you hear of a ghost city?

Chung T'ien Television/YouTube

#14. The thought for a restaurant for mice might seem like a premise for an animated cartoon, but in A Swedish neighborhood, it's a fact.

A group of artists created two small storefronts in the neighborhood of Mollevangen in the town of Malmo. The artists known as "Anonymouse MMX", wanted to create the storefronts to give people the impression that mice live lives that are parallel to ours, but simply out of sight.

The thought for a restaurant for mice might seem like a premise for an animated cartoon, but in A Swedish neighborhood, it's a fact.

anonymouse_mmx / Instagram

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