7. Jack the Ripper:
The name Jack the Ripper has been heard in many shows and movies, pertaining to the serial killer who murdered 11 women in London’s east end in the late 1800′s but was never identified. Most of his victims were prostitutes, whose bodies were mutilated beyond recognition and their throats slashed.
8. 120,000 antelopes died in just a few days:
In central Kazakhstan, there was a massive die-off of the critically endangered saiga antelope. The UN reported that more than 120,000 antelopes died from mid-May through the end of the month. Scientists blame two pathogens, one known as Pasteurella and the other as Clostridia that contributed to the rapid and widespread die-off. However, there is no specific solution to the mystery.
9. These patterns in remote Kazakhstan:
Dmitriy Dey spotted weird patterns throughout remote parts of Kazakhstan which resembled giant swastikas on Google Earth. There are nearly 300 of these strange formations and scientists still don’t know where they are.