Magnets, hangovers, dogs eating grass, and the mysterious origins of common English words: here are 7 more everyday things that can’t be explained.
In 1977 astronomers detected the Wow Signal, a short powerful burst of radio waves from deep space. Its origin is still unexplained.
In the remote desert northwest of Adelaide you can find Marree Man: a giant glyph of unknown origin and purpose.
In 1988, an Australian family encountered something strange while driving from Perth to Adelaide. Was it group panic, or aliens on the Nullarbor?
In December 1948, an unknown man was found dead on an Adelaide beach. It was the beginning of one of Australia’s most famous unsolved mysteries.
Lightning strikes, purring cats and how bicycles work; we are surrounded by things that are mysterious. Here are 8 everyday things that can’t be explained.
In August 1993, Kelly Cahill was driving home on the outskirts of Melbourne when she experienced an hour of missing time. Later, she said she was attacked by aliens.
Coogee Beach is one of Sydney’s most iconic beaches. In 2003, it was also the scene of a religious apparition, when the Virgin Mary appeared on a nearby fence railing.
In October 1978, Frederick Valentich took off from Melbourne in a Cesna. An hour later, he reported being followed by a UFO, and then disappeared without a trace.