Some of the books I’ve written are based on mysteries, aliens, and other life forms. Do they exist? Are they already here on this planet? Here are five mysteries that have interested me ever since I was a child. I would like to think there are some things left on Earth that are unexplained…
The legendary Bermuda Triangle can be found between Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Over the years, there have been many stories from pilots of their instruments going crazy and many shops have been lost in that stretch of water. Some say gas bubbles cause the problems—others say aliens are to blame. The truth is… Nobody knows what causes planes and ships to disappear in the Bermuda Triangle.
People have been hearing about the mystical Loch Ness Monster now for a long, long time. There have been so many sightings and photographs over the years that it is still unclear whether or not the monster exists. The monster is thought to be a sea serpent or a long-forgotten relative of the dinosaurs. Ask anyone today about the Loch Ness Monster, and they will have an opinion—but nobody knows for sure what lurks under the water of that Scottish loch.
During the late ’60s and early 1970s, a criminal in San Francisco, California was identified as none other than the Zodiac Killer. Why was he called that? He had a penchant for sending letters to the police and press—letters written in code. Only one was ever decoded and contained a disturbing message. The other three have never been cracked.
Shepherd’s Monument Inscription
In Stafford, England, intellectuals from around the world have gathered to decode the description on a monument that was built in the 18th century. None of them can work out what the inscription that reads DOUOSVAVVM means—and many believe we never will.
The Bigfoot is a creature that has been seen across the mountainous regions of Canada and the United States. Some have said it is a gorilla, some say it’s a creature from another world. Those who have looked closely at pictures and video footage all state that it walks like a man. Will we ever know what—or who—the Bigfoot is?