Archive for May, 2010

Princess Diana 'was killed for planning to expose senior Brits involved in the land mine trade'

Princess Diana 'was killed for planning to expose senior Brits involved in the land mine trade'

Diana, Princess of Wales was killed because she planned to expose senior members of the British arms trade involved with land mines, a leading lawyer claimed today. Michael Mansfield QC, who represented Mohamed al-Fayed in the inquest into the death of his son Dodi and the former royal, said Diana claimed she had an 'exposure diary' in which she was […]

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Temptations singer Ali-Ollie Woodson dies at 58

Temptations singer Ali-Ollie Woodson dies at 58

Ali-Ollie Woodson, who led the legendary Motown quintet The Temptations in the 1980s and '90s and helped restore them to their hit-making glory with songs including “Treat Her Like A Lady,” has died, a friend said. He was 58. Woodson died Sunday in southern California after battling cancer, Motown Alumni Association President Billy Wilson said. Wilson said Woodson's wife, Juanita, […]

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Arkansas Mystery Skeleton Was First 'Chupacabras'?

Arkansas Mystery Skeleton Was First 'Chupacabras'?

With all the excitement in recent times regarding dessicated remains of mangy canines that become “chupacabras” in an onanistic frenzy for their own 15 minutes, I wish to bring to light what must surely be the very first case. In fact, it predates the chupacabras phenomenon by several years. In November 1991, Frank Pryor and his wife, Cindy, were hunting […]

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SS Watertown Ghost Photo a Hoax ?

SS Watertown Ghost Photo a Hoax ?

The photograph is a famous one. It’s included in just about any list of top ghost photos. It has appeared in countless books, magazines and newspaper articles. It crops up all over the Internet. It shows – according to the story – the ghostly faces of two dead sailors looking up from the waters of the Pacific from the side […]

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Megafauna cave painting could be 40,000 years old

Megafauna cave painting could be 40,000 years old

Scientists say an Aboriginal rock art depiction of an extinct giant bird could be Australia's oldest painting. The red ochre painting, which depicts two emu-like birds with their necks outstretched, could date back to the earliest days of settlement on the continent. It was rediscovered at the centre of the Arnhem Land plateau about two years ago, but archaeologists first […]

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The visions at La Salette

The visions at La Salette

The terrible coach crash in the Alps a few days ago, in which nearly 30 Polish Catholics were killed on their way back from a pilgrimage to La Salette , directed public attention momentarily to a Marian shrine that’s long been overshadowed by the better-known and more accessible vision sites at Lourdes, in the foothills of the Pyrenees, and Fatima, […]

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Diver reveals eerie underwater world of ice-filled alpine lake

Diver reveals eerie underwater world of ice-filled alpine lake

These stunning shots show the beautiful and eerie underwater world of a Swiss ice-filled Alpine lake. Taken in Lake Sassolo, close to the southern border with Italy, these were taken by diving photographer Franco Banfi. Although the high altitude region is known for its sunny weather, the lake was formed by the run-off of the Alps surrounding it. The giant […]

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Has the real Atlantis finally been found… under a modern holiday paradise?

Has the real Atlantis finally been found… under a modern holiday paradise?

Picture your dream home on a Mediterranean island. The walls are whitewashed and sun streams in through wide olive-wood windows. The view as far as the eye can see is a stretch of perfect blue water. In the evenings there are the most magnificent sunsets imaginable. The doorways and stairs in your three-storey house are decorated with the vivid red, […]

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UFO Sighting Over Nuclear Reactor Hanford, Washington July 1945

UFO Sighting Over Nuclear Reactor Hanford, Washington July 1945

With the permission of the writer, Byron D. Varner, of the privately published book Living on the Edge: An American war hero's daring feats as a Navy fighter pilot, civilian test pilot, and CIA mercenary, and interviews with the author and principal, Rolan D. Powell by Walt Andrus, the following article was composed. Mr. Varner served as a Navy Public […]

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Happy  Memorial Day

Happy Memorial Day

Remember the fallen…

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