Category: Media/Entertainment

What Connects Will Smith With UFOs?

What Connects Will Smith With UFOs?

By Mark Lankester/Yahoo In 1996 something strange happened in the UK. From out of nowhere our fair island was swarmed with reports of strange lights in the sky, mysterious craft and flying saucers. The Ministry Of Defence’s UFO desk was inundated with almost six times as many sightings as the year before. Was it an invasion? Was E.T. finally here? Well, […]

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The Unmade Alien Movies You Never Got To See

The Unmade Alien Movies You Never Got To See

By Ali Gray/Yahoo We all love the ‘Alien’ movies, but they’re the result of several scripts and multiple rewrites, which has inevitably meant some amazing – and not so amazing – ideas have fallen by the wayside. The  following nine ‘ Alien’ movies never made it to cinemas and in most cases never made it off the page, but that […]

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Nods to the Old Gods – Edited by Alyson Dunlop

Nods to the Old Gods – Edited by Alyson Dunlop

These poets included in their writing poems about ancient gods and other ethereal beings such as ghosts, witches, sprites, mermaids and fairies. Many readers might pass these references without realising the deeper meaning behind their literary use. These poetic tales prove that the Romantics had a respectful knowledge of myth, magic and ancient religion. Their nods to the old gods […]

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Introduction to Haunted Britain

Introduction to Haunted Britain

Via  Haunted Britain

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Saturation 70: the Gram Parsons UFO film that never flew

Saturation 70: the Gram Parsons UFO film that never flew

Via The Guardian Years before Star Wars, a maverick director led a crew into the desert to film a psychedelic science fiction epic – starring the country singer and the five-year-old son of Rolling Stone Brian Jones. The film was lost and the story went into rock legend, but now unseen photographs will go on show to tell the bizarre […]

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The Dead are Watching: Ghost Stories from a Reluctant Psychic by Debra Robinson

The Dead are Watching: Ghost Stories from a Reluctant Psychic by Debra Robinson

Amazon A girl convicted of witchcraft in seventeenth century England stalks a modern-day ancestor in her sleep. The Children of Death turn an Ohio nursing home into a ghastly playhouse. A long-dead woman’s screams echo in the eerie silence of a decrepit graveyard. These true encounters with the dead will stay with you long after the last page is turned. […]

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Stirling to host first Scottish Paranormal Festival

Stirling to host first Scottish Paranormal Festival

Via BBC News The first ever Scottish Paranormal Festival is to be held in Stirling. The four-day festival will feature events about ghosts, UFOs and aliens, and speakers including academics, enthusiasts and declared sceptics. Events will be held at venues across the city from 30 October to 2 November, including the Scottish Paranormal Film Festival at the Tolbooth. Hands-on workshops […]

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American Monsters: A History of Monster Lore, Legends, and Sightings in America by Linda S. Godfrey

American Monsters: A History of Monster Lore, Legends, and Sightings in America by Linda S. Godfrey

Amazon From pre-Columbian legends to modern-day eyewitness accounts, this comprehensive guide covers the history, sightings and lore surrounding the most mysterious monsters in America—including Bigfoot, the Jersey Devil, and more. Bigfoot, the chupacabra, and thunderbirds aren’t just figments of our overactive imaginations—according to thousands of eyewitnesses, they exist, in every corner of the United States. Throughout America’s history, shocked onlookers […]

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‘Holy Ghost’ Reveals Real-Life Healing Miracles in Unscripted Film

‘Holy Ghost’ Reveals Real-Life Healing Miracles in Unscripted Film

By Emma Koonse/Christian Post A new film, “Holy Ghost,” is making its world premiere this week, bringing evidence of God’s real-life presence on Earth to audiences everywhere on Saturday, Sept. 6. The first film of its kind, “Holy Ghost” is a clear departure from the entertainment industry’s business model since it is entirely unscripted. Furthermore, the film features two members […]

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Go on a medieval ghost hunt with Eerie Evenings

Go on a medieval ghost hunt with Eerie Evenings

By Kate Rees/Wales Online Fancy taking part in a paranormal investigation? Here’s your chance to explore Cosmeston Medieval Village after hours It might not be Halloween just yet, but that hasn’t stopped Eerie Evenings from organising a ghost hunt at one of Wales’ creepiest haunts, Cosmeston Medieval Village. The paranormal investigators will be taking to the restored 13th century site in the […]

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