Mount Everest. Climbers sometime stumble upon men and women who are dying on the mountain but have no way of helping them so they must leave them to die. Two climbers found this woman alone dying yelling, "Please don't leave me", but were forced to continue on and let her die as they had no means to help her and staying would risk their lives. Years later, they saved up enough money to finally return and give her a proper burial.
While the unexplained and spontaneous ignition of living human tissue has been recorded many times throughout history there has not been any conclusive research done on the topic due to lack of evidence. Some of the more prevalent explanations, however, include static electricity, concentrated gas, and raised levels of blood alcohol.
Brightling Church: Mad Jack Fuller's Pyramid Tomb: Urban Ghosts
Mad Jack Fuller Pyramid - Born in 1757, John “Mad Jack” Fuller was a member of parliament for Sussex and acted as a mentor to young physicist Michael Faraday. Known for his eccentric ways, Fuller preferred to call himself “Honest John” while everyone else called him Mad Jack
In 1587 121 colonists led by John White arrived on Roanoke Island in present day North Carolina to establish a colony. As tensions mounted with the native population, however, John White returned to England in order to solicit reinforcements. When he returned several years later the settlement was deserted with no signs of a struggle and no remains to be found anywhere. The settlement became known as the Lost Colony and none of its members were ever seen again
The Oldest Known Dictionary: The Harra hubullu (aka the Urra=hubullu) The oldest known dictionary is on a series of cuneiform tablets from the Akkadian Empire with bilingual word lists in Sumerian and Akkadian. It was discovered in Ebla in modern Syria and dates from the early 2nd millennium BC
Baalbek, Lebanon famous for its magnificent Roman temple ruins. It was a flourishing Phoenician town when the Greeks occupied it in 331 B.C. They renamed it "Heliopolis" (City of the Sun). It became a Roman colony. On its acropolis, over the next 3 centuries, the Romans constructed a monumental ensemble of 3 temples, 3 courtyards, & an enclosing wall built of the most gigantic stones ever crafted by man. Some believe that the construction can only be attributed to extra-terrestrial…