In 2019 I planted some sweet corn next to some Hopi blue flint type corn. Of course my mistake was apparent once I started to see the ears. The closer the two types were to each other, the more they were mixed. So this year, not realizing what might happen, I planted the solid blue seeds that I had saved. I don't know much about corn, clearly, and assumed that if I planted blue seeds, I'd get all blue corn. Not the case. Most was all kinds of different colors, shapes, including some kernels that were clearly sweet corn, with most being a field corn, some with a dent, most without. Then some plants had some nice large ears of large blue kernels.
Okay, so that is just the backstory in case it will help. I ended up with this one 'cob' that is actually 6 small cobs all on one stem. Very bizarre, and I can find nothing like this online. I am curious if anyone can tell me how this happened, and perhaps if planting those same seeds would result in more of this. I took a video to get the best look of this oddity. https://youtu.be/xIAYaRwgQ-k