Michigan Will See A Full Moon This Friday The 13th
It won't happen again for 30 years, so look up at the night sky this Friday night
A Harvest Moon is set to rise this Friday night and it will be very rare. The reason why it is so unique, is that everyone across the country will be able to see it. According to Newsweek.com...
It is actually quite rare for the whole of the United States to experience a full moon on the date of Friday 13. The last time this happened was October 13, 2000, and it won't occur again until August 13, 2049.
What a strange occurrence that frankly send shivers down your spin when you think of the night.
Beyond the horror movie classic 'Friday the 13th', (that has terrified teenagers for years), there were true horrors that occurred on a Friday the 13th. Lets take a look back at events that History.com has recorded on happening on Friday the 13th...
- The German bombing of Buckingham Palace (September 1940)
- The murder of Kitty Genovese in Queens, New York (March 1964)
- A cyclone that killed more than 300,000 people in Bangladesh (November 1970)
- The disappearance of a Chilean Air Force plane in the Andes (October 1972)
- The death of rapper Tupac Shakur (September 1996)
- The crash of the Costa Concordia cruise ship off the coast of Italy, which killed 30 people (January 2012).
Now, take a moment and look what History.com had to say about the myths of a Full Moon.
Full moons have been associated with...
- Odd behavior
- Insane behavior
- Illegal activity
- Fits of violence
- Transforming into werewolves
So, when the moons cycle collides with a notorious date what could happen? Remember there have just been reports of a Bigfoot sighting!