Catalog Of Lesser Anomalous Locations

Forward: In addition to Major Anomalous objects, The Authority also keeps track of Anomalous Locations whose properties are extremely dull or mundane. Much like the Lesser Anomalies catalog these locations are typically Alpha-White by default.

Location: Miami, Florida, USA.
Description: A local residence house.
Properties: Every day at 5PM EST every door swings open.
Use: Used by the Protection Division for prepared readiness training.

Location: Hospet, Karnataka, India.
Description: Remains of a 14th-century Hindu temple.
Properties: Roof absorbs rainwater and re-expresses it on interior ceiling as ghee (clarified butter).
Use: Containment Division front company operates a ghee manufactory centered on-site.

Location: Keele River, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Description: A naturally-formed gravel bar measuring approx. 25m x 10m.
Properties: Gravel naturally arranges itself into repetitive spiral patterns. Any personnel who touch gravel with bare feet describe experiencing a sudden cold gust of wind and a cloud moving across the sun, regardless of actual ambient weather conditions.
Use: None, currently monitored by remote.

Location: Masvingo, Masvingo Province, Zimbabwe.
Description: Area of open grassland 2km outside the Great Zimbabwe archeological complex.
Properties: Living animals moving through the area appear to hover 3mm off the ground instead of physically making contact with it. Soil and local plant life are wholly non-anomalous.
Use: None, currently fenced off and disguised as a sewage disposal facility for the Great Zimbabwe tourist site.

Location: Codru, Chișinău Municipality, Moldova.
Description: A Restaurant.
Properties: Upon consumption of any food item, the subject's eyes will turn blue for approximately 20 minutes
Use: None, all patrons are to be given short-term amnestics upon exiting the restaurant.

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