In 2007, Michael Dick who is pictured along with his two daughters, was traveling around the UK in search of his long-lost daughter, Lisa. She was 31 years old and he had lost contact with her 10 years prior. He got in touch with the local paper, Suffolk Free Press, and they agreed to help him spread the word about his search. They took a picture of Michael and his daughters for the article they were going to post in the newspaper. After seeing the article in the paper, Lisa reached out so she could be reunited with her dad. But when looking at the picture, they noticed that Lisa was in the background of the picture taken for the paper! Lisa said, “I was completely shocked. Me and my mum had been standing in that exact place where the picture was taken about a minute earlier, and you can see us in the picture walking away. It is incredible.” (for more)
In Erdington, England there were two women who lived during completely different times, 157 years apart! Barbara Forrest and Mary Ashford were both killed in a horrific manner. They were raped, strangled, and their bodies were found only about 300 yards apart on the same day, May 27. But remember, this happened 157 years apart. The men accused of these horrific murders of both women had the same last name of Thornton and both of them were acquitted of their crimes. Some other strange coincidences were that the women were both 20 years old when murdered and they shared the same birthday! Both women had visited a friend the evening they were killed. They had changed into brand new dresses the night they were killed and also went to a dance the night they were killed. WOW!
You may not have heard of Tamerlane, but he was a warlord in Asia in the 14th century. He had many brilliant military ideas and he gained control over large areas of Asia. However, his wars also caused the deaths of at least 17 million people. After Tamerlane’s death, Joseph Stalin, the dictator of the Soviet Union at the time, ordered for the tomb of Tamerlane to be opened by a team of archeologists. When they opened the tomb, they were welcomed by an eerie inscription on the inside of the tomb. It read, “Whoever opens my tomb shall unleash an invader more terrible than I.” Within hours, the Germans invaded the Soviet Union. Stalin decided in 1942 that Tamerlane’s remains should be put back into the tomb with full burial rights. Soon after he was laid back to rest, the German army surrendered at Stalingrad.