Neanderthal

About 40,000 years ago, the European continent was home to another species of hominid at a time when modern humans first set foot there. The Neanderthals had been there for hundreds of thousands of years ...

Mary Magdalene

According to Peter's gospel, three days after the crucifixion of Jesus, angels came to announce the resurrection to his disciples. But it is to Mary Magdalene that they would have appeared first ...

Tutankhamun

When the British archaeologist Howard Carter unearthed Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922, it propelled the enigmatic pharaoh of ancient Egypt to the rank of celebrity. King Tut's tomb was discovered almost entirely intact, unlike other known tombs of Pharaohs ...

Hanging Gardens of Babylon

It is to the ancient Greeks that we owe the list of the Seven Wonders of the World, ancient historical monuments that testify to all the power of these great civilizations. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only wonder that is still possible to admire to this day ...

Mary Celeste

Sailing unmanned in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, about 650 km east of the Azores, the Mary Celeste's ghost boat is found on December 4, 1872. There is no sign of life on board and some of its sails are still hoisted...

Roswell

Through the years, the Roswell incident has taken an inordinate proportion and has become one of the most famous ufological phenomena in the world. There are many documents that deal with the subject: movies, TV series, books by the hundreds as well as several websites entirely devoted to ...

Olmec

Olmec culture is considered a mother civilization in Mexican regions and by most specialists. Being the oldest of Mesoamerica, it had a decisive influence on all the peoples of the region who succeeded it: Mayas, Zapotecs, Toltecs, Aztecs ...

Labyrinth

The mystery of the labyrinth begins with that of his name. No satisfactory explanation has been found so far, yet many scholars have tried to give it meaning. The debate still persists with experts as to the Egyptian or Cretan or even Mycenaean origins, the Labyrinth ...

Atlantis

The myth of Atlantis, which has come down to us thanks to the works of Plato, has all of a fable: the Atlanteans, valiant and prosperous people, would have become corrupt, quarrelsome and greedy, attracting the wrath of the gods ...

Bermuda Triangle

Since 1800, a considerable number of ships and planes have disappeared between the Bermuda archipelago and Florida. Bad weather, geological or paranormal phenomena, extraterrestrial abductions, these versions ...

Jack the Ripper

August 31, 1888 is discovered in the London district of Whitechapel the murdered body of a woman. The victim, aged 43, is Mary Ann Nichols. Prostitute, she does not belong to any brothel ...

JFK

On November 22, 1963, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, thirty-fifth president of the United States, was assassinated during a visit to Texas. While authorities are wallowing in a suspicious silence, an unusual element feeds ...

Great Pyramid of Giza

Of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only one we can still admire today. Along with the funerary ensembles that surrounds it, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since ...

Loch Ness

The loch Ness monster, nicknamed Nessie, is the most famous attraction in the Scottish world. There are isolated words of witnesses who have seen or approached it, and photographs of which have been ...

Iron Mask

At the end of the seventeenth century, the rumor spread a mysterious story: King Louis XIV would maintain in captivity a man whom even jailers ignore the true identity. Incarcerated in the greatest secrecy...

Maya

A brilliant civilization of Central America, Maya culture dominated the present-day Mexican territories of Yucatan and Chiapas, as well as Honduras and Guatemala. From 800, its cities know a ...

Nostradamus

Passed to posterity under the name of Nostradamus, Michel de Nostredame was born in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence on December 14, 1503. He had already learned the basics of medicine and astronomy during his childhood before ...

Easter Island

Easter Island, or Rapa Nui in Pascuan, is the most isolated point on the globe. Chilean possession, this volcanic land lost in the middle of the Pacific is similar to many others. She enjoys ...

Stonehenge

By its monumental aspect and the mystery of its origin, the site of Stonehenge is the most popular monument of the British Isles. At the end of two centuries of scientific investigations in all directions...

Area 51

In the heart of the Nevada desert, the most secret and secluded military zone in the world is fascinating. The place, inhospitable, attracts year-round streams of curious seeking truth about aliens...