In 2011, a manuscript written in a strange code was found beneath the ruins of a castle in Barcelona, Spain.
Two years later, a group of archaeologists from the Loyola University in America was able to decipher parts of the manuscript. To their surprise, it was written in colloquial Tagalog, a native language of the Philippines using the baybayin script.
Until now, they still have no idea how it came to be, nor how it got there in the first place.
I know how it came to be and how it got there in the first place.