Try to see the Marfa Lights in Marfa, west TX. I have spoken to people who have seen these lights, old ranchers and oil workers, the type that don't BS about this type of stuff. My dad has seen them, and said it was one of the spookiest things he has ever seen in his entire life.
Mysterious Artificial Light Beams Emerge From Mars Surface, Seen In NASA Photos, Video “An artificial light source was seen this week in this NASA photo which shows light shining upward from…the ground. This could indicate there there is intelligent life below the ground and uses light as we do. This is not a glare from the sun, nor is it an artifact of the photo process,” says Scott Waring, author of UFO Sightings Daily.
River Styx Bridge - In the spring of 1899 a train engine jumped the tracks of the bridge mysteriously and the engineer was killed. Since then there have been reports of strange activity including a strange fog that suddenly appears and a number of car accidents where witnesses said the accidents happened when drivers were distracted by something falling from the bridge. Is the activity a result of the accident or something further back in the history of the community that surrounds it?
Connecticut — Overrun By Creepiness CT might be the third smallest state, but it ranks near the top on Americas weirdness scale. In just the last year, the state has been besieged with hundreds of UFO reports, including one sighting described as a cluster of alien ships, floating overhead. Dozens of encounters with unknown creatures were also reported, including a mysterious animal being hit and killed on one of the states highways. Several rural towns report hauntings unexplained music. Mos
Winslow: Blue Hole LEGENDS OF THE BLUE HOLE The Blue Hole is a mysterious body of water in the middle of the woods in Winslow Township, South Jersey. Legends say that water is as clear as glass and as cold as a tomb, even in the summer. It is rumored to be bottomless and the home of the Jersey Devil. Other legends say that there are mysterious whirlpool currents that trap swimmers and drag them under, never to be found.