10 Unbelievable Coincidences That Leave Us With Many Questions About the World

Occasionally life brings us unexpected revelations that are apparently difficult to explain just by referring to theories of probability.

We at Rad Beaver certainly not stop to be stunned by the lucks that occur in this world which establish just how impulsive and mysterious it is.

1. Nearly like reincarnation

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In 1988, Enzo Ferrari, who established the Ferrari Company, died. The footballer Mesut Özil was born About a month later. Watching at their portraits, you could be thinking they’re twin brothers. Is this one a case of reincarnation?

2.  Another prove of time travel?

Jennifer Lawrence is a popping copy of a silver age Egyptian actress Zubaida Tharwat.

3. A premonition of the Titanic

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Bore the name writer Morgan Robertson wrote the novelette Futility, which stated the story of a ship that was, descended The Titan. It was 14 years earlier to the sinking of the Titanic, in 1898. Nonetheless, it wasn’t simply the name where we can see an eerie accident. Together the fictional and real ship were defined as unsinkable, had parallel technical characteristics, lacked a suitable number of lifeboats, and hit with icebergs in the North Atlantic.

The book was republished with the title Futility, or The Sinking of the Titan later after the sinking of the Titanic.

Sources: historyonthenettitanic.wikiacruiselinehistory

4. Neighbors living in different centuries

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The well-known originator George Handel was a neighbour of famous guitarist Jimi Hendrix — indeed, they were detached by two centuries. Handel lived in London at 25 Brook Street, whilst Hendrix lived for a time at 23 Brook Street. They were both astonishing musicians who had a key impact on the growth of music in their particular eras.

Source: andelhendrix

5. The Tragedy on the Hoover Dam

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During the construction of the Hoover Dam was George Tierney, who died on December 20, 1922, when carrying out preparatory work. He was among the very first who lost their life. Patrick Tierney — George’s son was the last person to die during construction. He similarly died on December 20.

Source: http://damofhooverusbrdigital-desert

6. The cars that found each other

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In the state of Ohio, two cars struck in 1895. The particularity of this specific accident is to be established in the fact that through this period, automobile production was only starting to take off, and there were only these two cars in all of Ohio. Unfortunately, at that time automobile accidents still weren’t documented, and so the official records of this case haven’t survived.

Sources: books.googleallfunandgames

7. Coincidences in the biographies of Lincoln and Kennedy

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Masses of strange incidents exist in the biographies of two American presidents: Abraham Lincoln and John Kennedy. Now here are just a few of them:

  • On a Friday, to the back of the head they were both killed by a gunshot wound, before a celebration (Lincoln was killed just before Easter; Kennedy on the eve of Thanksgiving). His wife and another couple accompanied each.
  • Both had four children.
  • Both had a friend called Billy Graham.
  • Kennedy had a secretary called Mrs Lincoln. President Lincoln had a secretary called John.
  • Their successors in both cases were vice presidents called Johnson, who were both southerners and Democrats.

Sources: historynewsnetworklogic-bookswikipedia

8. The first and last soldiers

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The graves are situated 6 meters from each other of the first and last British soldiers killed in the First World War, and their headstones face each other. This preparation was not in any way methodical.

Sources: bbcnews.bbc.theguardian

9. Rumors of Edgar Allan Poe’s time machine

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Written by Edgar Allan Poe in the book The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, we learn the story of four sailors who survived the sinking of their ship and were forced to eat a ship boy called Richard Parker. Po claimed that this story was based on real-life events, but this wasn’t truly the case.

46 years after the book was written, a real boat did sink, and the members of the crew who were kept recounted how they had eaten a ship boy called…Richard Parker. This led to rumours that the famous American writer had possessed a time machine.

Sources: seesouthamptonskepticsnytimes

10. Unlucky brothers

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A 17-year-old inhabitant of the Bermuda Islands, in July 1975, Erskine Lawrence Ebbin, was riding sideways on the road on his moped when a taxi hit him. Approximately a year before, also in July, Erskine’s brother — who was also 17 — was killed. He was riding the same moped and a taxi killed him as well. Behind the wheel was the same driver, and he was carrying the same passenger.

Sources: skepticsroyalgazettedailytelegraph

11. Anthony Hopkins and a rare book

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On one occasion, the actor Anthony Hopkins immediately needed to get hold of a book so that he could study for a role in a film he was starring in: The Girl from Petrovka, written by George Feifer. He wasn’t able to find the book in a shop everywhere, then totally accidentally he came across a forgotten copy in the subway.

When Hopkins later met Feifer, the latter told him that he didn’t have a copy of the book himself — he had lent his last one to a friend, who had lost it someplace on the subway.

Sources: nprdailymailtheactuary

12. A prediction of Donald Trump’s election victory in The Simpsons

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The makers of The Simpsons made an episode in the year 2000 which made a joke about Donald Trump becoming president of the United States. Might they ever have forecasted that one-day it would become true?

Even more astonishing is the detail that the show presented Trump’s election campaign in a way that was nearly matching to scenes from real life when he threw his presidential proposal.

Source : radbeaver.com

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