The jenglot is a creature found in Indonesia. It resembles a tiny humanoid doll, and seems to be a creature from modern times, as the first reports of the jenglot’s existence were made in 1997. Till today, however, it is still unclear if the jenglot is really a supernatural creature or merely a hoax, though many Indonesians believe that the jenglot does have mystical powers.
The jenglot is reported to have first mysteriously appeared in Indonesia, in particular, on the island of Java, in 1997. The creature can allegedly be found in all sorts of places, for instance, under the ground, in the trunk of trees, or even on the rooftops of houses. The jenglot is usually said to be several inches tall, and has the appearance of a tiny human being, though with sharp fangs, long nails, and long hair.
Unidentified Remains - 03-09-2007 - On September 1, 2007, the team began labeling and photographic documentation of items in the north study of the late Dr. Zeehc's estate, H. Ted in preparation for their shipment to our laboratory. ... One of our most exciting discoveries to date is the unidentified remains of what appears to be a juvenile unicorn... The mummified remains were discovered in an ancient wooden box and measure 28 cm by 16 cm with spiral horns that protrude from the head and snout...
There's a 3,000-year-old Egyptian statue that bears a striking resemblance to the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson. People can't deny the look and some think it's actually Mike.
Below are a couple of facts we know about the statue and its relationship to Michael Jackson.
During road construction near the Onon River in the Khentii province of Mongolia, construction workers discovered a mass Ьurіаɩ containing the remains of many dozens of human сorрѕeѕ ɩуіnɡ in a big ceremonial cemetery.
The earliest mermaid myths may have originated around 1000 B.C. Stories tell the story of a Syrian goddess who jumped into a lake to become a fish, but the great beauty of her could not be changed and only the lower part of her was half transformed.
There is a mystery in the history of ancient Rome that scholars have yet to unravel; a collection of brass Roman coins or tokens depicting sexual actions on one side and a number on the other. They were not part of the regular monetary system and were only used briefly in the first century. These so-called Roman sex coins may have been used to gain access to brothels, pay for prostitutes, or even serve as a menu, allowing non-Latin-speaking customers to hand over the token showing the requested writing. But the reality is that no one really knows.
According to reports, a bizarre small creature with a face resembling a human was recently found in Malaysia.
Pictures of the tiny thing were shared on social media and show its four legs, four toed claws, cat like teeth and human like ears, face and hairline.
The “Lovers of Valdaro” are a pair of human skeletons that were discovered in 2007 by a team of archaeologists at a Neolithic tomb in Italy. The two skeletons appear to have died while they were gazing into one another’s eyes and hugging each other, thus reminiscent of a “lovers’ embrace.”
Archaeologists excavating an underground tomb in Peru have uncovered a strange mummy preserved fully bound up in ropes, with its hands covering its face.
The remains of the individual, whose sex has not been identified, was found at the Cajamarquilla archaeological site, some 16 miles from the capital city of Lima.
According to the team, the mummy dates back 1,200-800 years and belonged to the pre-Inca civilisation that developed between the Peruvian coast and mountains.
Kap Dwa is a two-headed giant cryptid allegedly discovered by Spanish sailors off the coast of Argentina in the 17th century. The accounts of its capture vary, but afterward, its mummified remains were brought to England, and in the 19th century if circulated between various circuses and sideshows.
The medieval necropolis include 11 bodies with shattered or missing skulls, and smashed skeletons. Five mummies were found to be shrouded in copper, while also elaborately covered in reindeer, beaver, wolverine or bear fur. Among the graves is just one female, a child, her face masked by copper plates. There are no adult women.
A pharaonic tomb containing a mummy wrapped in gold-covered sheet may be the oldest and most complete mummy found in Egypt to date.
It has been discovered at Saqqara, near the Step Pyramid. Estimated to be 4,300 years old, the man named Hekashepes was found inside a 50-foot-deep (15 m) well alongside a trove of beautiful statues carved to resemble servants, men, women, and families, all in some way related to or dated to the Fifth and Sixth Dynasties of Egyptian rule.
Based on the name on the sarcophagus, this family was initially given the label Pa-Ib, but it has now been determined that this is not the true family name. So the mummy is officially known as the Barnum mummy!
A team of archaeologists discovered the fossilized remains of a 72-million-year-old dinosaur tail in a desert in northern Mexico, the country's National Institute of Anthropology and History (I NΑH) said on Monday.
In addition to being unusually well preserved, the 16-foot (5-meter) tail was the first to be found in Mexico, said Francisco Águilar, INH director in the border state of Coahuila.
The Museo Subacuático de Arte, located off the coast of Isla Mujeres in Mexico's Riviera Maya, is the largest underwater museum in the world.
Comprised of over 500 life-size sculptures, MUSA offers incredible sculptures hidden 28 feet below the ocean's surface. That means the only way it can be explored is by diving or snorkelling.