A live broadcast can capture unusual content that was never intended to the be the main focus of the show. I encourage you to take a look at these strange happenings caught live and try to help me make sense of them. Maybe together we can find coherent answers for these puzzling videos. (Video is at the end of the post)
Imagine watching your favorite afternoon TV show and hearing this emergency broadcast suddenly cut in. That’s exactly what happened to residents in Montana in 2013. The announcer went on to warn civilians not to come in contact with the bodies as they are not safe.
The television station later said that theirv broadcast system had been somehow hacked, though some believe that this is a coverup story and a real incident happened.
A news helicopter is flying over Brooklyn when suddenly it loses control and begins spinning wildly in the air. Amazingly, one of the crew emerges from the wreckage a short while later, dazed but still alive. The other three crew members are pulled out of the helicopter’s broken remains and taken for treatment.
Though it might not look like it, everyone mysteriously survived with only minor damage.
There’s a patch of swampland just west of Baton Rouge, Louisiana that wildlife officials have been watching for quite some time. Then, one day on live tv, the moment they’ve been fearing finally happens. A giant sinkhole opens under the earth and swallows a cluster of trees whole, and it’s only just the beginning.
This sinkhole, which first formed sometime in 2012 after an abandoned salt mine collapsed, has since become a serious problem. The last report I could find from 2016 said the sinkhole has grown to 36 acres and is about 750 feet deep. There is absolutely no way for workers to fill in this sinkhole and wildlife officials have no idea how big it will grow to be. It’s forced hundreds of people to relocate from their homes with little signs of slowing down anytime soon.
A YouTuber named Chris Wells says that he was watching television at home when this robotic message suddenly interrupted an otherwise normal day. The warning goes on to give Chris some basic survival instructions and tells him to find a fallout shelter or else go into his basement for protection. At first the message says that the missiles are coming from China, and then later it says they are from Russia, so that part doesn’t make much sense and makes me think this might
be a hoax.
Obviously nothing happened on that day, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that this message is fake. It could have been a prank, or maybe the government’s missile defense systems really did detect something on that day and sent an automatic
broadcast to civilians in response.
This video was supposedly recorded on September 22 of 2017, so if you saw the same broadcast in your area, then please leave a comment so I know this was real.
A YouTuber named GameGhandi is livestreaming a geocaching session, which is where you use GPS coordinates to locate a box that’s been left by other people. You’re supposed to leave something behind for the next person to find, but GameGhandi and his friend don’t even get that far. Instead of finding a geocache, they walk down
a long trail only find a mysterious spot that’s full of junk and trinkets.
However, something else is hidden in the background that takes a moment for them to spot . . . The two of them see a person laying in the debris. GameGhandi gasps and turns around to get out of there fast. Nobody knows what they are doing back there, or if they were even alive. For all they know, the two friends could have stumbled across a lifeless body under the hot sun.
On January 3rd, 2007, an Australian television station began rebroadcasting the same sound clip over and over again.
The words “Jesus Christ help us all” plays on a loop for almost ten minutes straight, and people have been arguing whether it’s a technical malfunction or a prophecy ever since.
A car is heading down a long stretch of road presumably late at night based on the lack of traffic. Shortly after rounding a corner, a large pedestrian steps directly in front of car’s path, forcing the startled driver to slow down.
Then his dash cam records this strange encounters . . . This clown gives a playful wave before menacingly stomping towards the vehicle with both hands clenched into fists. The driver wisely backs up and drives past the crazed lunatic before he can get into his car. This could be two friends playing a joke, but if this isn’t set up, then who knows what this clown would have wanted to do with him on this desolate road.
Andy Milonakis used to have a comedy show on MTV years ago, but now he mostly livestreams. He’s actually 41 years old and has a genetic condition that causes him to look like a child, and this often causes some odd interactions with the public . . . like when a homeless stranger comes up and does this, for example.
He says that he wants to live with Andy and starts hitting on him pretty relentlessly. He says that he is going to make Andy rich within five months and keeps trying to get him to turn off his livestream. Eventually William and Andy wander across a group of other homeless people and William gets in an argument with them.
They shout something back and forth about a tea party, which sounds like it might be code talk for something else, and then Andy decides to break away from the group for his safety and calmly walks away. Exactly what their tea party conversation was about and what William intended to do with Andy that night is unclear.
A YouTuber named Katherine Millinder works at a hotel in Golden, Colorado that she insists is haunted by a ghost who goes by the name of Kathy. She claims to have direct contact with this ghost as instanced by this livestream, which picks up strange electrical disturbances during an overnight shift. Katherine bravely heads into the nearby storage room with two male coworkers and takes a look down the hall.
At this point they claim to see a woman at the end of the hallway, but one coworker unintentionally blocks the camera just as the woman appears. The three of them all run out of the dark room back into the dining hall. Exactly what they saw in the storage room, if anything, remains a mystery.
This strange October sighting in Siberia was broadcast live from a Facebook stream. If someone can translate what is being said here, then please leave a comment so we can all know. What appears to be a giant swirling portal opens up across the crisp night sky. It mesmerizes the crowd for a bit and then gradually fades away.
The official government explanation for this is residual rocket fuel left over from a Russian missile test, but citizens aren’t so sure. Some of them think it could be anything from black holes to extraterrestrial technology. I don’t have the scientific background to fully understand Russia’s rocket theory, but I do know that I have never seen this light pattern caused by any other missile launches before. If someone knows more about how this strange light pattern can be caused by a rocket test, then I’d definitely like to hear more about it.
Otherwise, it could be a coverup story.
I’m not sure what country this show is from, but this man appears to somehow be able to control his heartbeat with his mind. While hooked up to medical equipment to measure his vital signs, he begins to lull himself into a deep meditative trance. He keeps lowering his heartbeat until finally this happens . . .
He remains motionless for a full thirty seconds until he restarts his heart with a gasp. I guess this could just be a planned stunt for live television, but I have heard of monks
and other spiritual practitioners who are able to do the same thing. Let me know if you think this broadcast is real or fake.
When this vehicle was pulled over by police, the driver decided to back into a patrol car and then take off. Now a helicopter is covering this live. The police eventually corner the vehicle and rush towards the driver, and that’s when things take a turn for the unexpected. That was the last recorded moments before the helicopter slammed into another helicopter from a different news station.
An official investigation notes that the two pilots failed to see each other, but exactly how remains a mystery. They two were close enough that at least one of them should have seen or heard the other well before this happened. Even an air conditioning repairman saw what was happening from the ground and kept shouting at them to go lower.
A Russian news reporter is standing in a field when all of the sudden her story is interrupted by something far more unnerving . . . A shimmering orb of intense white light appears out of nowhere and briefly hangs in the background.
The dumbfounded news crew stares at the orb in disbelief until it silently fades away, seamlessly blending into the sky. Everything from ghosts, angels, extraterrestrials, and computer effects have been proposed, but I’ll leave it up to you to decide what it truly is.
Source credit: Mysterious Stories – Youtube