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Film shows ‘Haunted NYC’

Film shows ‘Haunted NYC’

Via Times Ledger Vincent Sinatra believes that paranormal spirits exist throughout New York City, and he is on a mission to document them. Inspired by an experience he had as a young boy living in College Point, Sinatra has embarked on a film project that he hopes will tell the story of paranormal activity taking place in the five boroughs. His […]

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Ghost hunter marks half a century of pursuing the paranormal

Ghost hunter marks half a century of pursuing the paranormal

Via Western Morning News Ghost hunter Michael Williams has been interested in the paranormal for almost half a century. His new book focuses on strange happenings close to his home in North Cornwall. It was 49 years ago, on Midsummer Eve, that I had my first paranormal experience, strange lights at Bossiney setting me on the ghost hunter’s road. But for […]

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Glow in the dark road unveiled in the Netherlands

Glow in the dark road unveiled in the Netherlands

Via BBC News Glow in the dark road markings have been unveiled on a 500m stretch of highway in the Netherlands. The paint contains a “photo-luminising” powder that charges up in the daytime and slowly releases a green glow at night, doing away with the need for streetlights. Interactive artist Daan Roosegaarde teamed up with Dutch civil engineering firm Heijmans to work […]

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Hopewell man could change how UFOs are studied

Hopewell man could change how UFOs are studied

Via Ydr.com Nearly 64 years have passed since Evelyn Trent yelled for her husband, Paul, to get their Kodak Roamer, which he used to photograph what appeared to be a large metal disc in the sky over the family’s farm near Sheridan, Ore. The pictures landed in news publications across the country including LIFE magazine and over the years has been […]

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Woman ends up in hospital after seeing spirits everywhere

Woman ends up in hospital after seeing spirits everywhere

Via The Star A 23-YEAR-OLD woman is in hospital after she allegedly saw spirits while trying out a so-called ghost-hunting application on her smartphone, Kwong Wah Yit Pohreported. The woman, known only as Wu, from Hubei, China, claimed to have seen spirits around her when she first tried the app. When she went to the cemetery with her parents during the Qing Ming […]

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‘Blood moon’ eclipse seen over Americas

‘Blood moon’ eclipse seen over Americas

Via BBC News Skywatchers in the Americas have caught a rare celestial show caused by the Earth’s shadow falling across the Moon. The Moon changed colour from orange to blood red or brown in a total lunar eclipse. The total lunar eclipse unfolded over three hours as the Moon moved into the Earth’s shadow. From 08:06 BST (07:06 GMT) our planet’s natural satellite […]

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Micah Hanks: The Future of UFO Study – Radio Misterioso

Micah Hanks: The Future of UFO Study – Radio Misterioso

Listen to podcast HERE No list of questions was needed for this fun and informative talk with one of the most unique researchers active today. This show was classic Radio Misterioso (which means I talked a lot more than I should have) but Micah is one of those people who makes me think a lot about why we’re all interested […]

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Space Science Center wants to bring spacecraft home after 31 years

Space Science Center wants to bring spacecraft home after 31 years

Via The Independant Morehead — A car-sized spacecraft launched in 1978 to measure the solar wind, then repurposed to fly alongside two comets, then lost and silent for decades, could be recycled again into a sun observation platform now that it has been found … again. And Morehead State’s Space Science Center may get the keys to drive it. During […]

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Mummified by accident in copper masks almost 1,000 years ago: but who were they?

Mummified by accident in copper masks almost 1,000 years ago: but who were they?

Via Siberian Times The 34 shallow graves excavated by archeologists at Zeleniy Yar throw up many more questions than answers. But one thing seems clear: this remote spot, 29 km shy of the Arctic Circle, was a trading crossroads of some importance around one millennium ago. The medieval necropolis include 11 bodies with shattered or missing skulls, and smashed skeletons. […]

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Predictions that the 1964 World’s Fair got right… and what it got very wrong

Predictions that the 1964 World’s Fair got right… and what it got very wrong

Via Daily Mail The New York World’s Fair of 1964 introduced 51 million visitors to a range of technological innovations and predictions during its run.  Fifty years later, some of those ideas have turned out to be commonplace in our world, such as video phone calls and asking computers for information. But some of them -  colonies on the moon and […]

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