Top 10 similar words or synonyms for mysteries

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Northern Mysteries Original versions of each episode were released in both English and French.
Northern Mysteries “Albert Ostman Bigfoot Tale” - in 1924, Albert Ostman, a Scandinavian lumberjack, chose a wild area at the head of Toba Inlet on the Powell River for a combination vacation-prospecting trip. He was searching for a lost gold mine nearby. He heard about the rumored giant Sasquatch, a name which means “wild men of the woods,” from an old Indian hired to take him up the fjord. These hairy humanlike creatures carried him off, and held him captive for 7 days.
Northern Mysteries “The Hutchison Effect” - In 1979, Hutchison claims to have discovered a number of unusual phenomena, while trying to duplicate experiments done by Nikola Tesla. He refers to several of these phenomena jointly under the name “the Hutchison effect”, including: levitation of heavy objects; fusion of dissimilar materials such as metal and wood; while lacking any displacement, the anomalous heating of metals without burning adjacent material; the spontaneous fracturing of metals; changes in the crystalline structure and physical properties of metals; disappearance of metal samples.
Northern Mysteries "Memphre of Magog Quebec" - Inland sea serpents are not unknown of in Canada. The story of the Memphe resembles very closely that of Ogopogo in central BC. Lake Memphremagog is a long finger-like running south from Magog, Quebec (near Sherbrooke) across the Canada/US border to about Newport, Vermont. Nestled in between mountains, the lake is both deep and cold. In the latter part of the 18th century stories of encounters by Indians with a giant sea creature began to emerge. In 1961 two fishermen saw a black creature about 40 feet (13 metres) long swimming, partially submerged, past their boat. In 1994 four persons in two separate boats reported a , black, three-humped creature. Is the Memphre real or just another Mystery of Canada?
The Mysteries Harrison's concept was to present the original stories as "plays-within-plays", using as his characters the naïve but pious craftsmen and guild members, to some extent modernised to represent the trades of today—God, for example, created the world with the help of a real fork-lift truck—acting out the parts of the story that their mediaeval counterparts would have done. At the start of each performance actors dressed as tradesmen welcomed the audience. The performance was a promenade one, with the audience mingling with the actors and making up the crowd at such scenes as the last judgement. The Evening Standard reported witnessing "An extraordinary experience... no wonder the end of it all saw an explosion of communal joyousness with everybody, actors, musicians, and audience alike, cheering and clapping and singing and dancing."
The Mysteries The 1985 Cottesloe version was filmed for Channel 4 Television. A revival of the cycle was chosen by the National Theatre to mark the millennium celebration in 2000.
Mysteries (album) The AllMusic review by Richard S. Ginell awarded the album four stars and said, "The Coltrane-ish 15-minute title track has passages of meditative beauty and others of listless torpor. For completists only."
Mysteries (album) Writing for jazz.com, Ted Gioia gave the track "Everything That Lives Laments" a rating of 95/100 and praised it: "The opening section, played in a free tempo, takes on a funereal stateliness. The ensemble plays with great control and sensitivity, but the quality of sound Haden extracts from his bass deserves special mention. Then, shortly after the two-minute mark, the combo settles into a lilting groove over a quirky six-bar chord pattern, where what sounds like the start of the turnaround (because the listener is expecting an eight bar structure) is actually the return to the top of the form — a clever device that is very effectively employed here... this recording testifies that his American combo ranked among the finest jazz groups of the mid-1970s."
Unsolved Mysteries Although the show is not in production, Cosgrove-Meurer Productions maintains a website for the show, featuring popular accounts and ongoing cold cases (murder or missing persons), with a link to an online form should a viewer have information on an unsolved crime.
Unsolved Mysteries FilmRise acquired worldwide digital distribution rights to the series and announced its intent to release updated versions of its episodes in 2017. As of March 2017, the Spike TV revival episodes are currently streaming on Amazon Prime as well as the first three seasons of the original Robert Stack incarnation. Further seasons are expected to be added at a later date.