Archive for July, 2010

Coast to Coast AM – UFO'S and Strange Lights
Viking Serpents

Viking Serpents

Sweden has its fair share of weird folkloric fauna. When studying the maps and literary works of 16th-century Swedish bishop Olaus Magnus, one might think that Scandinavia was completely monster-infested. Magnus’s seminal work Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus (History of the Northern People), printed in Rome in 1555, contains detailed, but wildly imaginative, information about the zoology of Sweden. The reader […]

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The Chinese Baby Panda Factory

The Chinese Baby Panda Factory

Masked and gowned to avoid passing on an infection, wildlife presenter Nigel Marven gazes in wonder at the tiny and rather odd- looking creature nestling helplessly inside a blanketed incubator. Just a few inches long, with a furless, pink body and tightly scrunched-up eyes, it could be a newborn rabbit, or some sort of rodent, perhaps. In fact, this is […]

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How a small Kent village helped the RAF repel Hitler's Luftwaffe

How a small Kent village helped the RAF repel Hitler's Luftwaffe

Men who train for months to fight, then travel far across the seas to war, gradually attune to a new world in which their business is to kill or be killed. But it was an extraordinary experience for the British people, after 300 years of living in peace, suddenly, in 1940, to find one of the defining battles of history […]

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The “Michelin Men” encounters on Reunion Island by Antonio Huneeus

The “Michelin Men” encounters on Reunion Island by Antonio Huneeus

Satellite photo of Reunion Island. (image credit: Wikimedia Commons) Let’s look at an interesting sub-genre of alien occupant, the so-called “Michelin man,” after the logo of the large French tire company Michelin. It’s a cute little man made out of tires of different sizes, which also looks like a spacesuit. (This type of spacesuit was depicted in the late 50s […]

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The new Nessie? Mystery 'sea creature' spotted off British coast

The new Nessie? Mystery 'sea creature' spotted off British coast

Cynics may dismiss it as just a piece of driftwood or a trick of the light. But a photograph showing what appears to be a long-necked sea creature has got marine experts scratching their heads. The 'animal' was snapped stalking a shoal of fish just 30 yards off the British coast.The fish were apparently so terrified they beached themselves just […]

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Showdown brewing over plans to finally pardon Billy The Kid

Showdown brewing over plans to finally pardon Billy The Kid

Billy The Kid was famously gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett in a Wild West showdown nearly 130 years ago. But it appears the notorious gunslinger still can’t escape the clutches of his nemesis. Garrett’s descendants are enraged over a plan by New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson to grant a posthumous pardon to an outlaw – who was said to […]

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Human-Sacrifice Chamber Discovered in Peru

Human-Sacrifice Chamber Discovered in Peru

Found in Peru within a chamber used for an ancient human-sacrifice rite called the presentation, this woman was likely an offering to the site, archaelogists say. Announced last week, the 197-foot-long (60-meter-long) sacrificial chamber or passageway at the Huaca Bandera archaeological site belonged to the Moche culture, a pre-Columbian agricultural civilization that flourished on the north coast of Peru from […]

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UFO Video Taped Over Virginia Mountains,USA July 25, 2010

UFO Video Taped Over Virginia Mountains,USA July 25, 2010

Latest in UFO news, we have down below four videos . According to eyewitness “On July 24th, 2010 four of us watched multiple UFOs do unbelievable things on the side of a Virginia mountain. We had full and unobstructed viewing of these orb like objects for over an hour and a half. My video camera was not charged and there […]

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Legendary ghost still spooks Theater

Legendary ghost still spooks Theater

A dead student’s ghost has haunted K-State’s Purple Masque Theatre for more than 30 years, spilling paint cans, stealing costumes and flickering lights. Ask anyone familiar with Nick the ghost, and you’ll hear some story of misfortune or odd occurrence. Many believe he is still at large today. But with plans to move the Masque, and build a new Welcome […]

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