Saturday, July 30, 2011

Friday, July 29, 2011

Ocean explorers believe they may have spotted a UFO at the bottom of the ocean floor near Scandinavia
An ocean exploration team led by Swedish researcher Peter Lindberg has found what some are suggesting is a crashed flying saucer. Lindberg's team, which has had success in the past recovering sunken ships and cargo, was using sonar to look for the century-old wreck of a ship that went down carrying several cases of a super-rare champagne. Instead, the team discovered what it claims is a mysterious round object that might (or might not) be extraterrestrial.
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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Siberian village plagued with goat livestock being drained of all their it a vampire or chupacabra?!
A blood-sucking creature is preying upon goats near Novosibirsk. As rational explanations run thin on the ground, the specter of the so-called chupacabra raises its demon head. Horrified farmers and smallholders are confronted by the drained corpses of their livestock in the morning, bloodless and bearing puncture marks to the neck but otherwise largely in tact.
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School girl miraculously returns to life in Zimbabwe morgue!
The school authorities had earlier sent the girl home so she could get treatment after she had complained of a severe headache. She reportedly collapsed while at home, resulting in her being rushed to a medical centre in the Avenues.  “It appears she had not died, but had fallen into a comma and she regained consciousness while in the mortuary, perhaps because of the cold. Fortunately an attendant heard her coughing and assisted her,” said a teacher at the school.
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British psychic 'Psychic Ben' jailed for stealing his grandmother's valuables
A SELF-PROCLAIMED 'internationally renowned psychic' from Stratford did not forsee the outcome when he stole rings worth more than £100,000 from his grandmother.
But predictably Benjamin Hicks, known as ‘Pyschic Ben’ is in jail after pleading guilty to the theft.
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Monday, July 25, 2011

Multi-billion dollar railway tunnel plans through New Zealand city halted due to fears of Horotiu, a mythological swamp monster!
The North Island city is trying to move ahead with a multi-billion railway tunnel project to improve the minimal train network and free up its car-filled streets.  But Horotiu, a mythical monster, put the NZ$2.6 billion ($2.1 billion) project in doubt after an indigenous Maori board protested that it will destroy grounds once patrolled by the make-believe taniwha, pronounced tani-fa.
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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Albino Bigfoot spotted in Pennsylvania!
Residents of this small Pa town are concerned of recent sightings and strange noises being heard at night of what appears to be some sort of Bigfoot human looking type creature. The creature though, is white in color. A homeowner captured this footage after they heard a disturbance in the back yard of their wooded property.
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Norwegian mass murderer  1,500 page manifesto includes hopes of reforming a new European Knights Templar!

Anders Behring Breivik, the man behind the Norway killings that left 93 people dead, began his journey in extremist rightwing politics at a small meeting in London in 2002, according to his online manifesto, and may have attended a far right demonstration in the UK as recently as last year.
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Saturday, July 23, 2011

New Loch Ness Monster photo captured over the weekend
A HOLIDAYMAKER who has been looking for the Loch Ness Monster for 45 years believes he may have at last captured the elusive creature on camera.  William Jobes was walking along the Abbey footpath in Fort Augustus with his wife Joan when he spotted what appeared to be a head bobbing above the water 200 to 300 yards from the shore.
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Friday, July 22, 2011

New Hampshire commemorates the site of the famous Betty and Barney Hill UFO abduction
Many states might shy away from immortalizing its UFO history. But the State of New Hampshire is known for its fiercely independent people and its “live free or die” motto. On July 20, 2011, it erected a historical marker to commemorate the September 19-20, 1961 close encounter and “lost” time of Portsmouth residents Betty and Barney Hill.
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Cursed British arcade owner willing to pay two grand to whoever can help break the curse!

Doug Hill, who owns The Gauntlet shopping arcade in the town, received the curse disguised as a sympathy card.  Mr Hill said: "What they're doing is messing with people's lives, but I'm not taking the curse seriously."  The inside of the card includes symbols such as an inverted pentagram and Latin phrases.
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School house in South Park haunted....South Park Pennsylvania, not Colorado!

With as long a history as many buildings in the Pittsburgh area have, it's no wonder that some people have tales of hauntings.  Channel 4 Action News' Sheldon Ingram tagged along with paranormal research group Steel Town Paranormal to examine the storied, and possibly spooky, history of one local structure -- the Broughton School in South Park.
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Chinese villagers mistake malnourished monkey for alien life form!
This ape made a monkey of Chinese villagers who feared it was a visitor from another world.  Locals panicked when Mao Xiping, a housewife from the village of Gezhai, in Henan province, central China, found the scraggy simian stealing cucumbers from her flat.
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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Mexican drug cartel inspired by Knights Templar code of conduct to guide criminal empire

An organized crime group calling itself the Knights Templar is distributing booklets saying it is fighting a war against poverty, tyranny and injustice, publicly appealing to hearts and minds in a part of Mexico where the government claims it has largely taken down the major drug traffickers.
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Colorado Man puts 'Balloon Boy Saucer' in his sports card store, after purchasing it for $2502
A Colorado man who bought the balloon boy saucer says he plans to display it at his sports card store in the Denver suburb of Aurora, then cut it up for souvenirs
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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Former astronaut tells UFO conference that aliens exist...but they don't visit Earth!

When former astronaut Story Musgrave addresses an expected huge throng of UFO believers in California next week, he'll delight the crowd when he tells them he believes we're not alone in the universe.  But then he's going to tell members of the Mutual UFO Network -- the largest UFO research organization in the world -- just what they don't want to hear: Earth has probably not been visited by extraterrestrials.
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Mysteries bones was up on Scottish coast ... prehistoric dinosaur or modern sea monster?
A couple were left shocked when they discovered the rotting body of a sea monster while walking along a beach.  Margaret and Nick Flippence made the incredible find as they exercised their dogs at Bridge of Don, Aberdeen.  Mr Flippence, 59, who lives nearby, said: 'We were stunned. I thought, "oh my God what is it?"
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Miraculous image of Jesus Christ appears on South Carolina couples Walmart sales receipt
A South Carolina couple is claiming that a receipt obtained from a local Walmart store depicts an image of Jesus, reports
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Monday, July 18, 2011

After political shakeup, Zahi Hawass (and SEVERE critic of ancient alien hypothesis) is fired from his post as Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs!

After nearly a decade as chief of Egypt's antiquities, Zahi Hawass is now out of a job.  The 64-year-old archaeologist was fired yesterday by Prime Minister Essam Sharaf as part of a wider shakeup of his cabinet. Protestors at Cairo's Tahrir Square had been calling for his ouster as minister of antiquities for months. "All the devils united against me," Hawass told Science Insider.

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Nessie-like sea monster photographed in Alaska

A video from 2009 shows something mysterious moving across the surface of the sea that resembles an Alaskan version of the Loch Ness monster.  Some are claiming that the animal is a "Cadborosaurus," a type of reptile or lizard that got its name from Cadboro Bay, in British Columbia. They say that what's in the video is a sea serpent that dwells in the North Pacific and possibly other regions.
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Bigfoot sightings frequent the town of Chatham, Illinois 

There’s something amiss in the backwoods of Chatham, something potentially big. Lately there’s been talk around certain areas of town of an unusual howling and screeching sound as well as evidence of some very large footprints.
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After weekend debut of new  Harry Potter movie, Fundamentalist Christians claim the film and books promote witchcraft and Satanism...again
The ‘Harry Potter’ book and film series may be a pop-culture juggernaut generating billions of dollars around the world, but not everyone is thrilled with the adventures of the young wizards.Religious fundamentalists, particularly Evangelical Christians, have long railed against J.K. Rowling’s handiwork, largely because they associate wizardry and magic with witchcraft and Satanism.
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UFO spotted over Minnesota
A Minnesota witness reports watching and photographing an unusual, silent object in the sky that moved horizontally, "paused for about three minutes," and then continued moving across the sky, according to July 18, 2011, testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
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Sunday, July 17, 2011

English psychic on the run from the law arrested in Spain for fraud
However, his accomplice John Hamilton, aged 54 from St Leonards in Sussex, is still wanted on warrant and thought to be in Spain also.
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Florida paranormal investigators Panhandle Paranormal Investigations check out home of possible haunting using new droid app 'Ghost Radar'

The house off Bob Little Road has been renovated, so there’s little evidence of how it looked for the 30 years the original occupants lived there. However, there seems to be some evidence that a former resident, who passed away recently, may still be occupying it in some form.
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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Unidentified object falls from sky in Kenya

Panic hit a village in Kabati area in Thika District after a black object fell from the skies causing a loud explosion.  The incident, which happened on Saturday at 9am, drew attention from military personnel and bomb experts. They said the mysterious object weighed two kilograms.
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TV show Finding Bigfoot cast say the reality show is a hoax!?
A complaint by the cast of “Finding Bigfoot” is spreading through the web. They’re claiming to be fed-up with the constant editing and presentation of the show. According to Matt Moneymaker from the BFRO, the producers like to edit the show so that it seems like the team at times is chasing shadows or possibly Bigfoot itself.
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Boulder kills four during Voodoo ritual in Haiti

doctor in Haiti says four pilgrims died when a boulder fell on them on the peak day of a three-day Voodoo festival.  Dr. Pierre-Marie Cherenfant says the pilgrims were under a waterfall at the sacred site of Saut d'Eau when the accident happened Friday.
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Friday, July 15, 2011

Roman Catholic exorcists from across the globe to congregate to discuss future of exorcisms, including how to deal with vampires!  
Vampires, the devil's deceit and mental illness are among the hot topics for some 300 exorcists who flocked to Poland this week from as far away as Africa and India for a week-long congress.
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Giant crop circle appears near Stonehenge!

Who built Stonehenge has long been the subject of debate among scholars.  But now the ancient site has offered up another conundrum - in the form of a giant crop circle.  This impressive 200ft design appeared within sight of the ancient monument yesterday.  And as ever the debate will rise as to who is responsible.
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Communion wafer 'miraculously' turns blood red in a St. Paul, Minnesota church
A consecrated host that fell to the floor last month at St. Augustine Catholic Church in South St. Paul should have dissolved soon afterward. Instead, it turned blood red.  Now Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis officials are investigating whether they have a possible miracle on their hands or if something like a fungus or bacteria could be causing the change in color.
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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Parents of 'Balloon Boy hoax' sell UFO-like craft for $2502
A silver, UFO-like helium balloon that gripped the country’s attention when a couple said their son had floated away in it is back in Colorado after an online auction.  An attorney for Richard and Mayumi Heene (HEE’-nee) told the Coloradoan in Fort Collins Thursday that an Aurora man paid $2,502 earlier this month for the balloon. Perry Rausher says the man didn’t want his name released because he plans a news conference.
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The Church of Scientology has a spy program?  The Office of Special Affairs!
For Scientology watchers, one of the reasons this is a particularly exciting time is that we're getting our hands on remarkable church documents, smuggled out through one of Scientology's top former executives.
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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Nurse fired for misuse of patient records blame prejudice against her psychic abilities!?

A city nurse who lost her job after accessing a Memorial Hospital patient database said she was unfairly targeted because of her psychic abilities.  Lori Niell, who was an occupational health nurse for the city for eight years, said she made her supervisors uncomfortable so they accused her of accessing the encrypted and password-protected Physician Link patient database to find the medical history of patients and use that information to pretend to be a psychic.
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UFO spotted over Moscow

On July 2, 2011, a group of glowing orbs was seen floating over an area of Moscow, and on a video that captured them, they appear to change back and forth from white to orange.  It's yet another UFO video that has shown up on the Internet for all to see.
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Another Texas 'chupacabra' sighting...which resembles a mangy canine!?
Let's get something straight: There is no real evidence that the mysterious chupacabra exists. Researchers say it's an urban (or rural) legend, like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness monster.

Not even Jack Crabtree, a retired wildlife biologist from Lake Jackson, Texas, says he believes it. And he has the pictures to prove it.
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Monday, July 11, 2011

London scientist believes fiber optics are key to creating a 'Space-Time' cloak

It's no illusion: Science has found a way to make not just objects but entire events disappear, experts say.
According to new research by British physicists, it's theoretically possible to create a material that can hide an entire bank heist from human eyes and surveillance cameras.
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New studies link the Out-of-Body experience with Neural instability
Although out-of-body experiences (OBEs) are typically associated with migraine, epilepsy and psychopathology, they are quite common in healthy and psychologically normal individuals as well. However, they are poorly understood. A new study, published in the July 2011 issue of Elsevier’s Cortex, has linked these experiences to neural instabilities in the brain’s temporal lobes and to errors in the body’s sense of itself – even in non clinical populations.
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 New Bigfoot sighting in Kansas!
A new Bigfoot movie popped up on YouTube Monday, this time from Kansas, not normally a hotbed of Sasquatch activity. The video is, as usual, very shaky. Why can't people learn how to use a camera when they shoot these things? Maybe they're truly scared?
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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Church of Scientology threatens to sue Australian cult victim support group
The Church of Scientology has threatened to sue and claim punitive damages against a volunteer organisation that helps the victims of cults and their families.
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Another possible location of Atlantis?   Huge underwater landscape discovered near Iceland

Buried deep beneath the sediment of the North Atlantic Ocean lies an ancient, lost landscape with furrows cut by rivers and peaks that once belonged to mountains. Geologists recently discovered this roughly 56-million-year-old landscape using data gathered for oil companies.  "It looks for all the world like a map of a bit of a country onshore," said Nicky White, the senior researcher. "It is like an ancient fossil landscape preserved 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) beneath the seabed."
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