AwE130 Miscellaneous Clippings
Mamparia Cutu the mermaid of Bonaire Dutch Antilles
2 July 1946, half human half fish.
Mamparia Cutu. A place on the East Coast, south of Lac. It is the native name of mermaid, a creature half human half fish. According to the description of those who claim to have seen a mermaid, he is very tall, and often comes to rest for a while; and this he once did south of Lac.
Halstead Hieroglyphs (UK)
30 November 1968, mystery for archaeologists.
Recently, a clay tablet was dug up from a hill near Halstead in Essex (England), which will go down in history as the Halstead Hieroglyph. For the time being we can call the most remarkable and surprising find the mystery of archaeologists. For the first time in this part of our continent people were confronted with a pictograph that is somewhat similar to that of the ancient Egyptians. The tormenting question of the origin plays tricks on the archaeologist.
The ghost of Strasbourg
5 November 1683, Ghost wakes up whole Strasbourg.
From Strasbourg, a ghost is seen walking around over the new works, the soldiers left their posts, alarming and awakinging the whole town.
People imprisoned for talking about comet
21 January 1681, France Chambre Ardente.
Paris the 10th of January. The Chambre Ardente has imprisoned some persons, who gained them too much influence by talking about the comet.
The fight of the rivers (Photo)
29 October 1951, Lieutenant Armstrong Korea war.
The fight of the rivers, fought on the horizon in the Korean hills, and the Commanders follow the battle from an advanced observation post, while Lieutenant Armstrong of the US Air Force is squatting on the left, calling for air support. General Major Cassels, commander of the 1st British Commonwealth Division, gazes through his binoculars to the battle scene.
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