10 Unexplained Photographs of Weird and Unusual Images That Cannot be Explained
This collection of unexplained photographs include the image of the falling man captured in the 1950’s, the negative was examined by experts and deemed to be real… along with images of famous ghost pictures that have baffled experts that do not believe in ghosts… so what is it?
Since the 1940’s unusual lights have been seen in the Hessdalen valley in Norway. They have been named the Hesdallen lights. Usually these lights are hovering just above ground level. A huge spike in visibility of these lights occurred from December 1981 until the summer of 1984 when they were visible about 15 to 20 times a week! Sinc ethis time the lights have decreased to about 20 times a year. Despite being the center of many studies and research, and an ongoing study called Project Hesdallen since 1983, no viable explanation can be found…
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Solway Firth Spaceman
Jim stated there was no-one else present at the time he took this photograph yet clearly there is the image behind the child. Some say it resembles a spaceman hence its name, others believe it to be an alien from outer space and rational experts believe it is merely Mr Templeton’s wife with her back to the child. His wife was wearing blue clothing that day so experts said the “white clothing” was white due to over-exposure. Hmm odd only the “wife” part was over-exposed? This simply doesn’t make sense.
The unexplained photograph was examined by experts and proved to be genuine. Kodak developed the pictures. In an interesting twist to the tale, Jim Templeton was visited by two government officials.. sound familiar? Hmm… what do you think?
Templeton said he was visited after the photograph was published by two men who said they were from the government who refused to show their identification. Templeton says: “They said they worked for the government and that they were only identified by number.” After taking the men to the site where the photos were taken, Templeton said that when he explained he had not seen the figure at the time, the men became angry and drove away, leaving him to walk home. In September 1964, Templeton dismissed the two men as frauds, saying: “It all looks like a leg pull to me. I’m sure the men were not security agents.”
In a BBC Look North interview and a letter to The Daily Mail, Templeton also said that a Blue Streak missile launch at the Woomera Test Range in South Australia had been aborted because the figures of two large men were seen on the firing range. Templeton alleged that technicians later saw his photograph in an Australian newspaper and found the figures to be exactly the same.
Responding to a request from ufologists to know if the photo was of interest to the authorities, a British Ministry of Defence official said that the Templeton photo was of no interest to them.