4 Things That Science Cannot Explain
1. Clarissa Glenn
18-year-old Clarissa Glenn claimed to experience odd, ghostly presences in her apartment in Cornwall, England. She had been told that the person who lived in her room before her had hanged himself. Glenn had a history of sleepwalking, and ever since moving into this flat, had dreamt of hanging herself. One night, presumably in her sleep, she hanged herself from the rafters by her scarf.
2. The Enfield Horror
Greg Garrett was playing in his backyard in Enfield, Illinois in 1973 when he claims to have been attacked. His attacker was not a person, and the description matched no animal anyone had ever heard of. Anyone who has described the creature, which came to be known as the “Enfield Horror” gave the same description; three legs, five feet tall, gleaming red eyes and taloned arms that seem curl in the front of a torso similar to that of a t-rex.
3. Teresita Basa
Teresita Basa was stabbed to death and had her body set on fire in 1976. There was very little that linked the murder to any person, and police were left wondering. About a year later another woman who worked with Basa, Remy Chua, claimed to have seen Basa’s spirit appear in a lounge at the hospital where they worked. One night, Chua spoke to her family in Basa’s voice naming Allen Showery as the murderer. Police found Basa’s belongings in Showery’s home, and he confessed to the crime.
4. Terry Cottle and Sonny Graham
A man named Terry Cottle killed himself in 1995 by shooting himself in the head. His heart was donated to 57-year-old Sonny Graham. When Graham met Cottle’s widow, the two fell instantly in love with each other. The two eventually married, but after a few years of marriage, the relationship started to follow similar patterns to Cottle’s. Graham eventually shot himself.