This guy found what he thinks were pieces of a plane that crashed.
This one is super scary. The poster wrote:
As a 12 year old playing in the surf on Nantucket island one evening while the adults were surf casting, I found a piece of corroded aluminum sheeting about the size of a baking sheet. The old salt islander in our group identified this as a piece of airplane wreckage, possibly from WW2.
What happened to the plane? And where is the rest of it?
What's worse than getting your house broken into?
Getting your house broken into AND the burglar revealing your giant dildo for all to see, of course!
A poster wrote:
I came home to my apartment one night after work, walked up the stairs and it was the first thing I saw. My eyes kind of scanned the room, noticing this fleshy penis on the table and I became a bit perplexed. I entered a state of confusion as my brain seemed to register slowly that something was just not right about the scene. The second thing I noticed was broken glass on the floor and a hole punched through a panel of our front door.
We had been robbed.
After about an hour of my roommate’s arrival home, we realized that the robbers scoured our dressers, closets, and common areas. Apparently in the process, they found my roommate’s sex toy and thought it hilarious to display it on the dining room table.
We all thought it was pretty amusing, except for one of us. He grabbed it off the table and whisked it away.
Everyone wonders if there is a secret room in their house, but these people actually found one!
And they found, what else, a secret pot den from the 70s. The poster said of his discovery:
A few years ago I was living in an apartment in Mountain View. During the housewarming party, someone noticed that there was an attic entrance in one of the hallways. We didn’t know about the attic before, but we decided it must be explored. So we grabbed some flashlights, pulled a chair over, climbed up and opened the attic.
Once we got inside, we found tinfoil covering the walls, newspaper on the floor, a few buckets of potting soil, and a heat lamp. Clearly, one of the previous tenants had been growing marijuana up here!
A handful of us climbed up, and drank some beers while we looked around more. I picked up one of the newspapers and found a Peanuts comic from the 1970s. Then we noticed that everything up there was from the 70s as well, and nothing looked like it had been disturbed. We had accidentally stumbled into a perfectly-preserved at-home marijuana grow operation from at least 30 years ago.
Apparently, a lot of people find pot when they’re not looking for it.
Well, this one is just plain terrifying.
This person says her friend bought a chair secondhand and when she went to re-cover it, found out she’d actually bought the most terrifying/obviously haunted thing ever sold at a thrift store. She wrote:
My friend’s mother offered to change the fabric of the armchair and brought it back to her place. Then a few days later my friend received a phone call from her mother. The mother was VERY agitated and told her that she had found something rather odd when she had removed the old fabric from the armchair.
Sewn into the back of the armchair, well hidden in the padding, there were seven pairs of scissors! All were different ones: one was for children, another a typical kitchen type of scissors and so on. They were deliberately placed there as they were attached with stitches and you couldn’t notice them from the outside.
To this day, we still don’t know why the scissors were in there. And my friend has kept the armchair, even though I’m always teasing her that it’s probably cursed.
Nope, nope, nope. Burn it. Burn it down.
This person found an ear. AN EAR.
No big deal, but have we mentioned this person found an EAR?
One year on a trip to San Diego, my family and I were walking along the beach collecting sea shells. We found an interesting rock along the way, or that is what we concluded it was at the time. We took it home, and with a little research, found out that it was a petrified ear.
We kept it for a while, but disposed of it after about a month. I’m still wondering whose ear it was…