What’s the strangest event in history? by QuestionGuy December 1, 2021, 5:11 am What’s the strangest event in history? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeeventhistoryQuestion and AnswerstrangestWhats See more Previous article Man sometimes I’ll be sucking his d*ck Next article In an ancient monastery, a new monk arrived to dedicate his life and to join the others copying ancient records… 24 Comments Leave a Reply The Bronze age collapse. We know so little about the whole thing. Log in to Reply [The dancing plague of 1518](https://www.history.com/news/what-was-the-dancing-plague-of-1518) Log in to Reply The Taiping Rebellion guy in China has a breakdown after constantly failing local law entrance exams, reads a Christian book and arrives at the conclusion that he is Jesus’s younger brother…. eventually he erects a “heavenly kingdom” and a giant army and sets out to overthrow the Qing Dynasty… Over 20 million people die in a war/Rebellion that lasts 14 years. and those aren’t a 10th of the “weird” details surrounding this series of events Log in to Reply To me, everything that happened in Point Pleasant West Virginia between 1966 and 69. Mutilated dogs, UFO sightings, strange lights, men in black, a grinning man named Indrid Cold, a sudden bridge collapse killing 46 people, and a terrifying 9 foot tall angel of death they call the Mothman. Log in to Reply The first organism that formed. So random! Log in to Reply All the other times civilization rose on Earth that we know jack-shit about. 4.5 Billion years and we’re the first to fly? Really? Log in to Reply There was a period in the middle ages of knights fighting giant snails in paintings, no one knows why. Log in to Reply Tunguska Log in to Reply The marathon in the 1904 St. Louis Olympics was a total disaster. First off, the entire course was very dusty and breathing in that dust caused all kinds of injuries, including one runner who was hospitalized with hemorrhaging after the dust tore his esophagus and stomach lining. The asshole organizer of the race purposefully withheld water in order to test the effects of dehydration. That first-place finisher, Fred Lorz, did most of the race by car after being cramped. He got out shortly before the finish line and crossed it, which fooled some of the onlookers. That second-place finisher, Thomas Hicks, almost died after being given *rat poison* as a performance-enhancing drug. He was carried across the finish line by his handlers. That fourth-place finisher, Andarín Carbajal, raced in dress pants and shoes and took a nap by the side of the road after eating rotten apples. Log in to Reply Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Log in to Reply Fox cancelling Firefly Log in to Reply In 1828, a ragged-looking sixteenish year old boy, who called himself Kasper Hauser, wandered into the city of Nuremburg, babbling the same sentences over and over- “I want to be a cavalryman like my father. Horse. Horse.” He was taken to the authorities, and through a letter he kept clenched in his hands and a lot of interviewing, they learned he had been imprisoned in a dungeon somewhere for most of his life and had apparently never even seen who was imprisoning him. He stayed with a local schoolmaster for the next five years. Strange things continued to happen around him- several times he was discovered with severe wounds, which he insisted were given to him by a hooded man who followed him around. Most believed he was simply making up lies for attention. Five years after his arrival in Nuremberg he stumbled home with a severe stomach wound and another note clenched in his hand, one written in a strange code. He did not survive. To this day nobody is sure where he came from or exactly what happened to him. Log in to Reply The Incarnation or the Crucifixion. Log in to Reply The disappearance of the Malaysia flight. Log in to Reply I know it’s pretty recent but the whole Astroworld 2021 is just weird and unsettling to me. Log in to Reply Emu war in australia 😅🤣 it was lost lol Log in to Reply Biden being elected, like how the fuck did that happen Log in to Reply 2020 Log in to Reply The death of rasputin when u read about how it was to kill him it just makes u think that he may have held supernatural powers. Log in to Reply the construction and later destruction of Puma Punku Log in to Reply I would say this current decade with the Covid pandemic is pretty unusual. Even with modern advancements in technology and medicine, the whole world still manages to shut down if even for a while, and society is still divided on a lot of issues that should be considered simple and standard practice. Log in to Reply And on the first day, God created light. Log in to Reply The dancing plague of 1518…. [https://www.britannica.com/event/dancing-plague-of-1518](https://www.britannica.com/event/dancing-plague-of-1518) Randomly people just started dancing, till they passed out and when they came to they kept dancing till they died… The father from footloose was unimpressed Log in to Reply Fyre festival Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.