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Interest in London Bridge Paranormal Activity Heats Up

Interest in London Bridge Paranormal Activity Heats Up

Ghost Tours Resume May 13 on Most Haunted Bridge in the World, Celebrating Its 40th Anniversary in Lake Havasu, Ariz. If Lake Havasu City's London Bridge — the signature attraction relocated there stone by stone in 1971 — isn't haunted, then nothing is. How do we know the bridge is haunted? Apparently, EVPs (electronic voice phenomena) and abnormalities in photos […]

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Some baffled after UFO sighting claims in Lafayette

Some baffled after UFO sighting claims in Lafayette

Aliens are coming to a city near you. Or, at least they're surveying Boulder County as a future landing zone, according to several Lafayette residents. Three red lights in a triangle were spotted hovering in the sky by several Lafayette residents Monday around 8:30 p.m. The sky was clear, but witnesses could not see anything connecting the lights. Leroy Vandervegt, […]

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An alien hum to descend on town

An alien hum to descend on town

MARGATE MONSTER: The Total Destruction of Margate takes place on May 7 IT'S ART Jim, but not as you know it. In Margate from April 30 to May 15 art, the final frontier, is explored from a Star Trek perspective in Margate. Art Lands On Alien Landscape is a festival of free science-fiction themed arts events that even includes accompanying […]

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Autistic boy,12 develops his own theory of relativity

Autistic boy,12 develops his own theory of relativity

A 12-year-old child prodigy has astounded university professors after grappling with some of the most advanced concepts in mathematics. Jacob Barnett has an IQ of 170 – higher than Albert Einstein – and is now so far advanced in his Indiana university studies that professors are lining him up for a PHD research role. The boy wonder, who taught himself […]

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Psychic Powers & Mentalism – Coast to Coast AM

Listen to podcast Host: George Noory Expert in psychic powers and mentalism, , will discuss the various ways people reach into the unknown including crystal gazing, astral travel, telepathy, spirit communication and thought transference, as well as daily exercises that can enhance paranormal ability.

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Ghostly Light Cone on the Rise

Ghostly Light Cone on the Rise

Picture courtesy ESO Some celestial wonders visible in the night sky are more elusive than others, but they're no less fascinating to hunt down and observe. One of the most mysterious of these astronomical events is the ghostly glow called the zodiacal light. On display in the Northern Hemisphere for the next two weeks, this phenomenon will be visible above […]

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Cassini Satellite Imagery Showing UFOs On and Around Saturn Ring

Cassini Satellite Imagery Showing UFOs On and Around Saturn Ring

In 2010 we had informed our readers Saturn rings got giant and DIA Remote Viewers 'saw' And on later date NASA scientists discover evidence that as well. Now up above is collection of Cassini satellite imagery that is showing some very interesting anomalies UFOs on and around the ringed planet. Also you can download and view all the images used […]

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America's first settlers lived 15,000 years ago

Scientists excavating a creek bed in Texas found tools and other artifacts dating back 15,500 years, making it the oldest settlement site ever found in North America, a study reported Thursday. The objects unearthed at an archaeological dig in the Buttermilk Creek complex near Austin suggested that humans settled the continent some 2,000 years earlier than previously believed. The discovery […]

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Scientists discover sabre-toothed tortoise

Scientists discover sabre-toothed tortoise

Teeth like sabres probably conjures up images of fearsome meat-eating mammals who ruled their territory snarling and bounding with muscular prowess. But scientists have now discovered a sabre-toothed beast that feasted on leaves and stems some 260 million years ago in Brazil – and looked more like a tortoise than a feared predator. The creature is known as Tiarajudens eccentricu. […]

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Milky Way's 'twin' discovered

Milky Way's 'twin' discovered

It's enough to make TV's favourite physicist, Brian Cox, excited. Astronomers have found that the centre of the galaxy nearest to our own hosts a twin of Sagittarius A*, the bright radio source that lies at the core of our Milky Way and which harbors a massive black hole. Scientists studied the spectacular spiral galaxy, NGC 253, with Chile's Very […]

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