Photo by David Calvillo Morton East High School is the focus of paranormal activity and exaggeration. Through the pass of time true events have become sensationalized myths of ghost appearances in the school, yet these myths posses a certain amount of truth. The most notorious story takes place in the historical Chold auditorium. “I heard the theater director died in […]Read more ›
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Holding a seance and summoning a spirit just got a little easier thanks to a new iPhone app called Ghost Seance due to be released at the end of March. Light some candles, turn out the lights and gather in a circle around your phone. Now hit the audio play button and the virtual Seance Medium will do the rest. […]Read more ›
A bizarre spate of television presenters dissolving into on-air gibberish has sparked claims that the U.S. military could be to blame. In four high-profile cases, the latest involving fast-talking Judge Judy, the presenters have started off speaking properly but have then descended into undecipherable nonsense – looking confused and unstable. The frequency of the 'attacks' – and the fact that […]Read more ›
Rotorua's Craig Baird reckons he has seen a possible UFO over Waikite Valley. Mr Baird took photos of an unidentified flying object on Thursday morning from his Mountain Rd home. His 2-year-old daughter Ashlee saw it first and thought it was a storm. He said whatever it was seemed to take off from somewhere in the Waikite ranges or further […]Read more ›
UFOs are not April Fools Day-type jokes, claims Brooklyn retiree Joseph Capp, who is taking UFOs and their witnesses seriously by giving them support through monthly meetings arranged by his online UFO Meetup Group and his UFO Media Matters blog. “The UFO Meetup Group is dedicated to the principle of having a non-commercial safe place where UFO witnesses may come […]Read more ›
The Daily Telegraph Shocking photos emerged Thursday of a great white shark lurking in the shallow waters of an Australian beach as two little boys play happily on the sand. The photographs, published by The (Sydney) Daily Telegraph, show how frighteningly close the juvenile maneater came to the shoreline at Bennetts beach in Hawks Nest, a popular tourist destination about […]Read more ›
Italian astrophotographer Lorenzo Lovato photographed this spectacular fireball from the 1998 Leonid meteor shower on Nov. 17, 1998. CREDIT: Lorenzo Lovato Spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere, which means that birds are chirping, flowers are blooming – and fireballs are lighting up the sky, NASA says. For some mysterious reason, the number of fireballs – dramatic meteors that blaze […]Read more ›