Strange rocks, smelling of chlorine, were found near the Mexican city of Navojoa, Sonora. Weird News reports that Juan Manuel Ramirez Sandoval, an official with the city's civil defense force, said they "don't know what these rocks are."
Perhaps it is for use, somehow, in the shower.
Over at Weird Universe, Alex posted his fun photos from the San Diego County Fair of “an exhibit of rocks that look like food.”
https://youtu.be/qMXf9rfHO2U The origin of this “large face” on the side of a cliff remains unknown.
In 2002 a 25-year-old NASA intern named Thad Roberts stole 17 pounds of moon rocks so he could have sex on the moon with his girlfriend. After he was caught selling the used rocks on the Internet, he spent 100 months in prison. Live Science interviewed Roberts in 2011. What was it like to possess […]
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