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Rendlesham Revealed: New evidence in UFO mystery

Rendlesham Revealed: New evidence in UFO mystery

It's hoped one of the greatest Suffolk mysteries of all time is about to be solved once and for all, with new evidence to be revealed on BBC Radio Suffolk. In December 1980 something strange happened in the forest close to the giant twin US airbases of Bentwaters and Woodbridge. Was it a UFO crash landing or was it simply […]

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'Close Encounters' landing zone: UFOs and American Indians

'Close Encounters' landing zone: UFOs and American Indians

In the 1977 movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” with its amazing ending at Devils Tower, Wyoming, there were many references to real incidents and situations, as well as subtle connections to UFOs, extraterrestrial visitation and other mysterious phenomena. For example, the police chase across the Ohio-Indiana state line resembled real police incidents in that general region. And interestingly, […]

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The Elephant Man – "Far Eastern Dunkirk"

The Elephant Man – "Far Eastern Dunkirk"

The story of a British man who rescued hundreds of people during the Second World War using a herd of elephants in an operation dubbed a “Far Eastern Dunkirk” is to be told in full for the first time. Gyles Mackrell, a 53-year-old tea planter, saved 200 Burmese refugees from the banks of a flooded river using the only means […]

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The Top Bermuda Triangle Theories

The Top Bermuda Triangle Theories

Bermuda Triangle – Possible causes of the mysterious disappearances Aliens There are some who believe that there is an actual alien craft under the water in the Bermuda Triangle. They theorize that the aliens are using some kind of futuristic technology to keep ships and planes from coming to close to their craft. Others speculate that the aliens may be […]

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The Search For Hidden Dimensions

The Search For Hidden Dimensions

Brian Greene explains how extra dimensions may solve several problems in physics, and gives his stance on the possibility of a “multi-verse”.

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Ghost hunting, pseudoscience and skepticism

Ghost hunting, pseudoscience and skepticism

scienceandsociety.emory.edu Report By Michael Dippold I have a confession: I am a recovering believer in the supernatural. In the past, I've been prone to believing in and actively looking for ghosts and spirits. I used to peruse books on Bigfoot and the Bermuda triangle without really questioning whether their existence was even slightly plausible. I would stay up late watching […]

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Aussie scientists discover underwater volcano, name it 'Anna's Pimple'

Aussie scientists discover underwater volcano, name it 'Anna's Pimple'

In a lucky find, scientists have discovered an extinct volcano in deep sea off the South Australian coast. The cone-shaped volcano, 800m across and 200m high, lies 2km below the ocean's surface and 100 nautical miles offshore in a protected area of the Great Australian Bight, AdelaideNow reported. A survey of a single strip of seabed in the Benthic Protection […]

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Aliens and Our Reincarnation: The Devil's Work

By Paul Schroeder Anxiety levels high, nervous late one night, hours before bed, aware of THEM, intrigued. Ensconced in the ironic sense of their plaguing omnipresence, I posed a question playfully, internally; “Who was I physically in my previous lifetime?” I wondered; since aliens are just like demons, who garner souls and tamper with souls transit enroute to and from […]

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World’s creepiest attractions

World’s creepiest attractions

James Schnobrich / Courtesy Travel + Leisure Beneath the streets of Palermo is the Capuchin Catacombs, a “human library” of 8,000 embalmed bodies dressed in their funereal finest. Hauntingly hellish visions of these skin-and-bones monks, virgins, poets, and ordinary folk -spanning five centuries – are not easily dismissed. Walk into Portugal’s Chapel of Bones and there’s an eerie realization: You’re […]

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Your children will live to see man merge with machines

Your children will live to see man merge with machines

Last week, historian Ian Morris revealed how, at the end of the last Ice Age, a simple accident of geography gave the West the advantages that led to it dominating the world for the past two centuries. His argument forces us to accept that our success was nothing to do with superior brains, leaders or culture – and that the […]

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