Friday, July 9, 2010

Multiple witnesses observe 'fireball' UFO over Vancouver, Washington

Brenda Ellis was getting ready for bed Thursday night when her brother called her outside and pointed to the sky. Before she could respond, Ellis said her daughter, Ashley Ellis, let out a shrill scream.  Darting back and forth in the night sky were what Ellis described as four unidentified flying objects. Yes, UFOs.  To be specific, they were four orange bulbs that dashed overhead until they ascended higher and higher, turned to white and disappeared, according to Ellis.  “They were super quiet, and so bright and so close,” said Ellis, who was in the backyard of her Cascade Park home when she saw them taking off into the southern sky.  The National UFO Reporting Center in Seattle (NUFORC) confirmed Ellis’ report and noted there were two other UFO accounts Thursday, one each in Vancouver and Seattle.
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Ghost of last woman to be hanged in Britain haunts churchyard of her victim

 She was the last woman ever hanged in Britain and she could still be haunting a churchyard in Penn.  Or so a paranormal researcher believes.  Author and photographer Eddie Brazil, 54, has been researching for his book about haunted churches around England.  His work has led to him to the idea that the ghost of Ruth Ellis – who was executed in 1955 – may be returning to the site where she murdered her lover David Blakely.

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Legend of Sleepy Hollow author Washington Irving may be haunting his own New York cottage
On June 26, 14-year-old Rachel Lambert saw something a bit unusual in a photograph she took earlier during her trip to Washington Irving's Sunnyside.  After seeing Tim Burton's film, "Sleepy Hollow," Rachel pursued her interest in the paranormal and convinced her family to take a trip from Rotterdam, N.Y. to see what the town of the horseman is really like.
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Singapore psychic parakeet 'Mani', predicts Netherlands to win World Cup
The bird, named Mani, has rapidly gained cult status among gambling-mad soccer fans who have been flocking to its owner's shop in Singapore's Little India district in the hope of winning big.  Local media reports said Mani used its beak to pick a card bearing the flag of the Netherlands over one with Spain's national colours.

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UFO flying Chinese skies diverts air traffic
An unidentified flying object (UFO) disrupted air traffic over Zhejiang's provincial capital Hangzhou late on Wednesday, the municipal government said on Thursday.  Xiaoshan Airport was closed after the UFO was detected at around 9 pm, and some flights were rerouted to airports in the cities of Ningbo and Wuxi , said an airport spokesman, who declined to be named.  The airport had resumed operations, and more details will be released after an investigation, he said.

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Angry losers send death threats to Pauly the psychic octopus
Word on the street is that Paul, the psychic octopus, had better watch his back - wherever that is.Death threats have been pouring in for the clairvoyant critter since he, er, predicted that Spain would beat the Netherlands in the World Cup, CNN is reporting.  Paul made his prediction Friday from the aquarium tank that serves as his home in Oberhausen, Germany. His caretaker, Oliver Walenciak, claimed he is unfazed by the threats to grill him and the like.

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