20th Century Fox Film / Everett Collection A giant spaceship approaches New York City in the 1996 alien invasion movie, “Independence Day.” A giant spaceship from another world arrives during the day and positions itself above the White House in Washington, while more ships do the same over other major cities around the world. Then, without warning, all hell breaks […]Read more ›
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Sally Morgan is Britain’s best-loved psychic. While some remain sceptical, thousands of others have seen her stage show. Here she tells her extraordinary story and reveals her celebrity fans.. I try not to dress up what I do in mysticism and mumbo jumbo because there’s no mysticism about it – I talk to dead people. My gift, if you like […]Read more ›
Image credit: D. Perley & J. Bloom/W.M. Keck Observatory Texas astronomers have discovered one of the most intrinsically bright exploding stars ever observed – Supernova 2008am. The research by graduate student Emmanouil ‘Manos’ Chatzopoulos and J. Craig Wheeler of The University of Texas at Austin has revealed that this supernova is the brightest ‘self-interacting’ supernova yet discovered. The supernova was […]Read more ›
A new book by Roswell, New Mexico, historian and author John LeMay provides a fresh new look at the world’s most famous UFO case, the alleged 1947 crash of a flying saucer in the desert north of Roswell. The 254-page paperback, “Roswell USA,” available from , looks at the so-called “Roswell Incident” from the unique perspective of someone who was […]Read more ›
Antonio Scorza/AFP/Getty Images Over at the a UFO sighting over Colorado has been generating discussion and heat. In looking over the comments a question has come up which really strikes at the heart of the UFO issue. Someone astutely asked something along the lines of “Why do UFOs need headlights?” Yeah. Good point. Are the aliens scared of running into […]Read more ›
Photos: Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Eamonn Ansbro believes we receive regular visits from UFOs, and he claims he can pinpoint where and when they will appear. Fionola Meredith meets the astronomer at the research-grade observatory he has built in Co Roscommon You get the sense that astronomer Eamonn Ansbro is a man weary of being ridiculed. He does not want […]Read more ›
By AN expert in near death experiences, Dr Penny Sartori has spent 15 years interviewing patients who claim they came back from the dead.. We have all heard stories of patients lying apparently lifeless on a hospital bed while doctors work frantically to resuscitate them. When they come round they talk about seeing a white light at the end of […]Read more ›