The idea of earth secrets might be followed back to two classicists amid the seventeenth century- John Aubrey and William Stukeley who both accepted that Stonehenge was connected with the druids. Stukeley combined old landmarks and mythology towards a "glorified vision" of nature.
"Ley lines" were hypothesized by Alfred Watkins in 1921 at a presentation at the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club, later distributed in Early British Trackways (1922) and The Old Straight Track (1925). Watkins framed the Old Straight Track Club in 1927, which was dynamic until 1935 however got to be outdated amid the World War II period.
A restoration of enthusiasm toward the subject started in the 1960s, now connected with neopagan ebbs and flows like Wicca, and with Ufology. The "Ley Hunters' Club" was structured in 1962 by Philip Heselton and others as a restoration of Watkins' Straight Track Club. The club's diary The Ley Hunter showed up from 1965 to 1970 subtitled the Magazine of Earth Mysteries.
Advocates consider the Earth riddles to be "consecrated" and "mythopoeic" instead of experimental. The ley lines thought has been for the most part disregarded by the scholastic stronghold in the field of prehistoric studies. The work of scientists who help the paranormal parts of Earth puzzles have been broadly scrutinized by "expert debunkers, for example, James Randi, Martin Gardner, and the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP).
The Mary Celeste was a boat found in December 1872 surrendered and unmanned in the Atlantic. The group were never seen or got notification from again and what befell them is the subject of much theory. Their destiny is viewed as one of the best sea secrets ever.
The Flannan Isles riddle was the vanishing of three beacon guardians in 1900 who vanished from their obligation stations, deserting supplies imperative to surviving the antagonistic conditions at that area and time of year. Be that as it may, the authority clarification for the vanishings was ordinary, inferring that the men were cleared out to ocean by an oddity wave.
Louis le Prince
Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince (conceived Metz 28 August 1841) was a creator who shot the first moving pictures on paper film utilizing a solitary lens Polaroid. He has been proclaimed as the "Father of Cinematography" since 1930. He was never ready to perform an arranged open exhibition in the United States in light of the fact that he obscurely vanished from a train on 16 September 1890. His body and baggage were never found, however, over after a century, a police chronicle was found to hold a photo of a suffocated man who could have been him.
Upali Wijewardene, a well-known Sri Lankan specialist, vanished on 13 February 1983 on a flight from Subang worldwide Airport (Malaysia) to Sri Lanka in his private plane.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was a booked worldwide traveler flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing that lost contact with aviation authority on 8 March 2014, short of what a hour after takeoff. The flying machine, a Boeing 777-200er, was convey 12 Malaysian team parts and 227 travelers from 14 countries. There has been no affirmation of any flight trash and no accident site has been found