About three years ago, Redditor TramStopDan found a large, wooden box by a dumpster. It was full of an odd assortment of letters, maps, bizarre illustrations, and even non-patented drawings of train parts.
The papers included diary entries about UFO sightings from the late 1960s and 1980s and sketches of four-headed entities that appeared to come from biblical passages.
He had no idea what to make of the strange collection, now known as the “Box of Crazy,” so he took to the internet in the hopes that others could give him some answers.
People were quick to point out that the person behind the drawings was a man named Daniel Samuel Christiansen who was probably born in the early 1900s in Denmark, and that he and his parents likely belonged to the Seventh-Day Adventist church — a religion that believes in the second coming of Jesus and the impending apocalypse. The popular theory seems to be that the man was fascinated with UFOs and the creatures described in Ezekiel 10 of the Bible. What it all means is still up for debate.
Also included were what looked like detailed patent applications and technical drawings.
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