Check out our round-up of highlights from the past week ... In Coast You Missed It.
A New Hampshire man believes that Bigfoot is behind a series of break-ins that have occurred in the state throughout the summer.
A curious piece of footage captured by a home security system in a Long Island residence features a strange anomaly that some viewers believe is the apparition of a child.
A $10,000 bet between two childhood friends in New Zealand over whether or not the Earth is flat allegedly led to one of the men threatening to kill the other with a crossbow unless he honored the weird wager.
For the first time in 14 years, divers have visited the wreckage of the Titanic and their observations indicate that the doomed passenger liner has deteriorated significantly.
The results of an environmental DNA study of Loch Ness will be officially released in a few weeks and the scientist behind the ambitious project says that the findings indicated that one theory for the site's legendary 'monster' remains plausible.
An eerie darkness suddenly fell over a Brazilian city on Monday afternoon and left mystified residents wondering if it was a sign of the End Times.
In this fascinating hour from 2014, Betty Andreasson Luca shared her famed abduction account.
An intriguing new DNA study attempting to unravel the mystery of a macabre site in the Himalayas known as 'Skeleton Lake' wound up producing some rather confounding results.
A storm passing over an outdoor event in Colorado inadvertently produced a rather mesmerizing sight as dozens of air mattresses at the location were sent flying.
Residents of a New Zealand's capital city were taken aback this week when a strange and sizeable sculpture of a hand sporting a face was unveiled sitting atop an art museum.
A woman in New Jersey was left shaken this weekend when a creepy doll depicting the evil clown Pennywise from the Stephen King book 'It' inexplicably floated into her backyard.
In a bizarre story out of Thailand, a colorful group of alleged alien contactees had their meditation center raided twice in the last week by irritated authorities.
A man watching the Loch Ness webcam from his home in Hong Kong spotted a strange dark object that appeared to be swimming across the water.
In what may be a significant breakthrough when it comes to solving the mystery of fast radio bursts, astronomers have reportedly managed to detect a potentially game-changing eight additional repeating versions of the enigmatic pulses.
A clever prankster sporting a television set on their head deposited old TVs on the porches of dozens of homes throughout a neighborhood in Virginia over the weekend.
A jaw-dropping medical mistake uncovered in England saw an elderly man lose his dentures during a routine surgery and, eight days later, doctors discovered them lodged in his throat!