Cryptobotany and Other Scientific Oddities

All Information could be at odds with the truth.
Unclassified Object #234-5 was found in 1943 in the archive of the Natural History Museum in London, England. To date nobody seems to know what exactly the cephalopod-like creature is and where it comes from. Some people say it’s just an unknown species of squid while others claim that Unclassified Subject #234-5 is an extraterestrial creature. However, since the year it was found the jar is missing and is said to be just a myth.

Unclassified Object #234-5 was found in 1943 in the archive of the Natural History Museum in London, England. To date nobody seems to know what exactly the cephalopod-like creature is and where it comes from. Some people say it’s just an unknown species of squid while others claim that Unclassified Subject #234-5 is an extraterestrial creature. However, since the year it was found the jar is missing and is said to be just a myth.

The Carnivorous Pumpkin Trap is a carnivorous Plant (lat. Carnovorae cucurbita muscpiula) is a carnivorous plant, that got his name from its pitchers looking like Jack o’ Lanterns. The Pumpkin Trap is mostly growing from late September to early November and was seen in different places all over the world. However it seems to grow excellent nearby sweets and all forms of pumpkin. It was often seen in small american towns, as it was luring insects in its pitchers through a sweetly smelling liquid. But not just insects have become victims of the Pumpkin Trap, as some people blame the Pumpkin Trap for the Disappearance of their cats and even children. Sceptics, though, declare the Carnivorous Pumpkin Trap a myth.

The Carnivorous Pumpkin Trap is a carnivorous Plant (lat. Carnovorae cucurbita muscpiula) is a carnivorous plant, that got his name from its pitchers looking like Jack o’ Lanterns. The Pumpkin Trap is mostly growing from late September to early November and was seen in different places all over the world. However it seems to grow excellent nearby sweets and all forms of pumpkin. It was often seen in small american towns, as it was luring insects in its pitchers through a sweetly smelling liquid. But not just insects have become victims of the Pumpkin Trap, as some people blame the Pumpkin Trap for the Disappearance of their cats and even children. Sceptics, though, declare the Carnivorous Pumpkin Trap a myth.

The ‘Amazing’ Eye Cactus (lat. Miri oculus cactus) is a species of cactus, that is charakterized by the big eyes on its surface. Its home are the deserts of western and southern USA and Mexico. It was first seen in 1854 and last seen in the summer of 1973 as a delirious scientist from Charleston, West Virgina talked, after being found by tourists, of head-high cacti that watched him slowly dying in the murderous heat. But as it is dangerous for humans, it seems that increasing temperatures have ended the existence of the Eye Cactus as its eyes dry out very quickly. Sceptics however declare the Eye Cactus a myth ever since.

The ‘Amazing’ Eye Cactus (lat. Miri oculus cactus) is a species of cactus, that is charakterized by the big eyes on its surface. Its home are the deserts of western and southern USA and Mexico. It was first seen in 1854 and last seen in the summer of 1973 as a delirious scientist from Charleston, West Virgina talked, after being found by tourists, of head-high cacti that watched him slowly dying in the murderous heat. But as it is dangerous for humans, it seems that increasing temperatures have ended the existence of the Eye Cactus as its eyes dry out very quickly. Sceptics however declare the Eye Cactus a myth ever since.