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'Alien' prequel to explore Ancient  Astronaut theory

'Alien' prequel to explore Ancient Astronaut theory

By Robbie Graham

Ridley Scott's forthcoming movie – scheduled for release June 2012 – is inspired by the UFOlogical theory of 'Ancient Astronauts', the director has revealed. Prometheus is to be a prequel of sorts to Scott's classic movie Alien (1979), which is widely regarded as one of the best sci-fi/horrors ever made and which spawned three sequels as well as the Alien […]

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Princess Diana Paid Tribute on Her 50th Birthday

Princess Diana Paid Tribute on Her 50th Birthday

Tim Graham Picture Library/AP As Prince William and Duchess Catherine take Canada by storm this weekend, Friday marks another occasion in the young royal's life: the 50th birthday of his late mother, Princess Diana. The occasion is hardly going unnoticed in London, where remembrances in the form of cakes, candles, cards and other tributes are being left outside the gates […]

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UFOs  Sighted in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

UFOs Sighted in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Four multicolored UFOs were sighted in the evening sky at Kaohsiung, Taiwan, on June 5, as seen in a recent YouTube video. The video features a man describing the colorful lights, calling them oval-shaped with triangle tails and saying “fei die,” a Chinese term meaning flying saucer. The fourth UFO is visible at the bottom of the screen at the […]

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'UFO Phil' Planning Alien Concert For Mayan  End Of World In 2012

'UFO Phil' Planning Alien Concert For Mayan End Of World In 2012

Credit: Phil Hill UFO Phil, the comedy songwriter and filmmaker from Colorado Springs, Colo., who earned fame appearing with comedian Tom Green and on radio shows like “Coast to Coast AM,” is organizing a live concert for extraterrestrials. The stellar show is scheduled for June 10, 2012 to correspond with the arrival of aliens on Earth, an event foretold centuries […]

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The 4th of July a Tricky Time for Lights in the Sky

The 4th of July a Tricky Time for Lights in the Sky

By Chris Holly

The 4th of July weekend is about to begin in the United States of America. It is a federal holiday where we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence which stated that our 13 colonies where independent from Great Britain. It happened on July 4th 1776 and we have been celebrating the event every July 4th since. It is […]

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Defence chiefs probed  series of UFO sightings over Inverclyde

Defence chiefs probed series of UFO sightings over Inverclyde

Credit: STV A series of UFO sightings in Inverclyde were probed by the Ministry of Defence, according to newly-released documents. Five separate incidents in the area were recorded between 1999 and late 2009 by a special Air Command department of the Armed Forces. Entries included a report of two bright stationary lights hovering over Inverclyde and five lights over Greenock, […]

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Dinosaurs to show their true colours at last

Dinosaurs to show their true colours at last

Ever since Hollywood first put dinosaurs on the big screen, filmmakers have been forced to guess the skin tones and hues of prehistoric monsters. But soon movies like Jurassic Park could show terrifying T-Rexes and velociraptors in their true colours for the first time. Using a sophisticated X-ray technique, scientists have discovered minute traces of a pigment responsible for black […]

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"Exceptional" Giant Squid Found Dying off Florida

"Exceptional" Giant Squid Found Dying off Florida

Credit: Jeff Gage, University of Florida Floating about 12 miles (19 kilometers) off Port Salerno (), Florida, a stirring, intact giant squid gave a small fishing party a shock around 11 a.m. Sunday-and could give researchers new insights into the species, which has never been studied alive, scientists say. “We looked at it [and] all three of us were like, […]

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NASA to Apollo 14 Astronaut: We Want Our Camera Back

NASA to Apollo 14 Astronaut: We Want Our Camera Back

Credit: NASA Last week, NASA from a Missouri auction house. Why? It had invaluable grains for moon dust stuck to it. Today, it's being reported that NASA has saved another, slightly bigger Apollo artifact from being auctioned off: one of the cameras from the 1971 Apollo 14 mission. But how did such a bulky piece of hardware go missing in […]

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Seal Team Missions – Coast To Coast AM

Listen to podcast Date: 02/07/2011 Host: Ian Punnett Guests: , , Former Navy Seal, Howard Wasdin (), joins Ian Punnett for an inside look into Seal Team 6, a secret unit tasked with counterterrorism, hostage rescue, and counterinsurgency. First hour guests, the 'Psychic Twins,' speak about their assistance in solving murder cases, and how they have reunited families across national […]

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