It is one of Death Valley’s most intriguing geological whodunits — the sliding rocks of the Racetrack Playa.
On an ancient lakebed located on the western side of Death Valley National Park, boulders that weigh up to 700 pounds sail across the almost perfectly flat terrain, leaving grooved trails in their...
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Deep in an arid desert region of Mexico lies a little known area that seemingly defies the physics of sound. Known as the Zone of Silence
locally as the Vertice de Trino, it is a place where radio waves barely permeate the air. Located between the states of Chihuaua, Coahuila and Durango and only 400 miles...
Jean Saffin sat at her kitchen table eating with her father when her body burst into flames. Was this a case of deliberate torching or is her father correct when he said that he saw a bright light out of the corner of his eye and looked to see his daughter on fire.
Spontaneous Human Combustion has been...