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Colorado town famous for UFO sightings

This may come as a surprise to you, but Colorado's San Luis Valley is one of the most prolific spots for UFO sightings in the country. Paranormal investigators say it's a hot bed for UFO activity. If you visit the valley, you won't need an expert to tell you that. You can just ask the locals. “You should hear the […]

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Villagers Saw 200 Meters Wide UFO Hovering Over Khabarovsk, Russia

Villagers Saw 200 Meters Wide UFO Hovering Over Khabarovsk, Russia

An important UFO sighting has taken place in the village Lesopilniy in the region of Khabarovsk again in Russia and receiving massive media attention in Russia while being blacked out by the international UFO cover-up in the West. One eyewitness states: “It was 200 meters in size, much bigger than a large passenger plane. Most residents hid in fear in […]

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A Titanic family feud

A Titanic family feud

The moment eventually came when all eight members of the band knew they could no longer play on. It wasn’t because of the bitter cold, even though they’d been on the deck of the RMS Titanic for almost an hour, overcoats and scarves thrown hastily over their bandsmen’s tunics to provide extra warmth. My grandfather, Jock Hume, aged 21, had […]

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Rajan packs his trunk

Rajan packs his trunk

Rajan, the world's last and only ocean swimming elephant, is edging a step closer to a well-earned retirement. Celebrated the world over, the three-ton bull elephant has almost reached the £37,000 target his owners need to pay back the loan they took out to buy his freedom. That was three years ago, and in the years since, Rajan, 61, has […]

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UFO paintings 200 years ago Japan

UFO paintings 200 years ago Japan

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President Harry Truman Admits To Flying Saucer 1950

President Harry Truman Admits To Flying Saucer 1950

The president of the United States admitted that flying saucers are at a fact and have been around a very long time.

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Ghost hunters investigate bumps in the night

Ghost hunters investigate bumps in the night

Karl Anderson For more than a dozen years, Shanna Karstedt has brought fascination and a healthy sense of skepticism to her investigation of things that go bump in the night. As the founder of Second Sight Paranormal, Karstedt, says most of the investigations her team conducts find logical solutions and explanations for the questions and concerns her clients bring her. […]

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No Rapture, No Judgment

No Rapture, No Judgment

Credit: Karl Tate, TechMediaNetwork Are you relieved or disappointed? Doomsday came and went without a peep, as May 21 failed to bring about earthquakes, a rapture or the mass excavation of all the world's dead. The rumor that May 21 would kick off the end of the world was started and propagated by Harold Camping, the president of the Oakland, […]

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Iceland Volcano Erupts

Iceland Volcano Erupts

NASA/Earth Observatory The active Grimsvoetn volcano began erupting Saturday, spewing a 20 kilometer-high column of smoke. The Grimsvoetn volcano under Iceland's largest glacier began erupting Saturday, the Icelandic Meteorological Office said, reporting a tall plume of smoke rising from the crater. “An eruption at Grimsvoetn has started and there's an airplane on its way there now to investigate further,” Haraldur […]

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Early Bronze Age battle site found on German river bank

Early Bronze Age battle site found on German river bank

Fractured human remains found on a German river bank could provide the first compelling evidence of a major Bronze Age battle. Archaeological excavations of the Tollense Valley in northern Germany unearthed fractured skulls, wooden clubs and horse remains dating from around 1200 BC. The injuries to the skulls suggest face-to-face combat in a battle perhaps fought between warring tribes, say […]

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