Archive for March, 2010

Rosslyn Chapel  discovery is causing a buzz

Rosslyn Chapel discovery is causing a buzz

The ancient Rosslyn Chapel, beloved as the key to mysteries surrounding The Da Vinci Code, the Holy Grail and the Knights Templar, has thrown up another unfathomable puzzle: what lies behind the secret of the bees? Builders renovating the 600-year-old chapel have discovered two beehives carved within the stonework high on the pinnacles of the roof. They are thought to […]

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Mystery Airships of the 1800's

Part One: “No form of dirigible or heavier-than-air machine was flying — or could fly — at this time.” And yet… – By Jerome Clark and Loren Coleman March 26, 1880 was a quiet Friday night in tiny Galisteo Junction, N. Mex. (now the town of Lamy). The train from nearby Santa Fe had come and gone and the railroad […]

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Is Cyber Bullying Illegal?

Is Cyber Bullying Illegal?

You may have heard about the sad news of Phoebe Prince's suicide. Prince was the victim of bullying and apparently decided to end her life after a particularly difficult day. Several of her schoolmates now stand charged of various crimes that could send them to jail. While cyber bullying played a part in the way some students treated Prince, it […]

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Famous British WWII spy 'The White Rabbit' who survived Gestapo torture is honoured with blue plaque

Famous British WWII spy 'The White Rabbit' who survived Gestapo torture is honoured with blue plaque

His action-packed life was the stuff of boyhood fantasy. As the famous spy codenamed 'the White Rabbit', Forest Frederic Edward Yeo-Thomas spent the Second World War behind enemy lines and was captured and tortured by the Nazis. And in the First World War the RAF fighter command officer was captured by the Russians and only managed to escape by strangling […]

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A Scottish Loki stone

A Scottish Loki stone

One of the largest collections of Pictish Carved Stones in Scotland is on display in the Museum in the old schoolhouse in the village of Meigle. Inside is a stone that is identical to the so-called Loki Stone of Kirkby Stephen. An identified Loki Stone exists in the parish church of Kirkby Stephen, in northwest England. Inside sits a stone […]

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The Grinning Man

The Grinning Man

This picture was taken 30/03/10 in the main front bedroom,i was actually clicking away downstairs in the living room and capturing a few orbs,but tonight i managed to catch one as it was going upstairs so i followed it and started taking stills of the bedrooms,this is what i caught in the main front bedroom,the features in this particular construct […]

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Ghost Hunters of Guelph Celebrating 10 Paranormal Years in 2010
Unsolved Northwest mysteries

Unsolved Northwest mysteries

If archaeologists turn muck into gold, they are also often left with unanswered questions. Such is the nature of inquiry: One question inevitably leads to another, one answer demands the next. Is it science, or a hall of mirrors? The Northwest has its share of mysteries, and archaeologists are the ultimate “cold case” detectives, trying to solve them, sometimes millennia […]

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UFO forest mystery

UFO forest mystery

Rendlesham Forest It is the site of Britain's most famous close encounter with strange lights still often seen floating in the night sky. And if the latest reports are anything to go by Rendlesham Forest, near Woodbridge, continues to be a beacon for the weird and wonderful. The Evening Star was contacted over the weekend by a reader whose granddaughter […]

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New Written Language of Ancient Scotland Discovered

New Written Language of Ancient Scotland Discovered

The ancestors of modern Scottish people left behind mysterious, carved stones that new research has just determined contain the written language of the Picts, an Iron Age society that existed in Scotland from 300 to 843. The highly stylized rock engravings, found on what are known as the Pictish Stones, had once been thought to be rock art or tied […]

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