You’re given the chance to go back in time and witness one mysterious event that remains disputed or unsolved. What do you choose to see?

You’re given the chance to go back in time and witness one mysterious event that remains disputed or unsolved. What do you choose to see?

What do you think?

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  1. Mutiny on the Bounty. I read a book about it recently, apparently history is heavily biased one way or the other (makes the captain too evil, or makes the captain too much of a hero).

  2. I want to know if the phantom timeline hypothesis theory holds any water. Thats like 300 years of possibly forged or miscounted history during the middle ages. You have to wonder if that happened in other places in the world too.

  3. The Battle of Alesia remains my answer for these questions.

    I want all the intelligence and battle reports. Convinced it was planned from beginning to end, leaving little to chance.

  4. Go back to ancient egypt and find out how they rly took the massive blocks up the pyramid to build it. Over 400tons each block and theres millions of blocks used to build it. How they carried the blocks up the pyramid is still a mystery. They didnt have technology back then and theres no way slaves can carry all that weight even now theres no way to do that

  5. Trans World Airlines Flight 800 July 17th 1996
    N93119 Boeing 747-131
    Missile Tests in the months prior
    650+ eye witnesses including Military
    C.I.A Animation not possible given wreckage layout
    Boats speeding from the scene, instead of helping (Every sea craft IS REQUIRED TO RENDER ASSISTANCE in the event of an emergency)
    NAVY had unrestricted access to the wreckage for two months before any official investigation could take place
    FBI Agents Tampering with/Stealing evidence has been well documented since the beginning
    Video footage of the accident was shown on CNN, only shown once and NEVER seen again
    It’s not like the U.S NAVY is Capable of shooting down a passenger plane *Iran Air 655*

    There are some good documentarys out on this subject, they are all worth it

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