Pilots of an Airbus 320 received a shock on June 13, 2014 when an “unidentified flying man” zipped across the side of their plane as it was making its landing approach at Manchester Airport in England. Pilots say the flying man was easily visible – it (he?) came within 75 yards of their aircraft. Initially the flight crew believed the flying man could have been a paraglider or parachutist but then recognized that he was wearing no aerial equipment as he zoomed past the plane.
Nightmare come to life – puppy-sized spider makes eerie clicking sound when walking and shoots barbed webs into your eyes
This bad boy is the world’s largest spider and from Harvard entomologist Piotr Naskrecki’s description of his encounter with one, is the stuff of nightmares. Naskrecki was taking a nighttime walk in a rainforest in Guyana, when he heard rustling as if something were creeping underfoot. When he turned on his flashlight, he expected to see a small mammal, such as a possum or a rat. Instead…
Top-secret X-37B lands after mysterious object falls from sky, loud booms heard, debris detected on radar
A series of mysterious events last week have some wondering if the top-secret X-37B spacecraft is up to something highly unusual. The X-37B launched into space on December 11, 2012 and remained there for nearly two years. And then it didn’t land. Suddenly, a series of unusual events occurred including mysterious “tiles” falling from the sky, a tremendously loud boom that was heard over three different states, followed by a debris field captured on Arkansas radar.
This is one of those photos that’s so unbelievably bizarre (emphasis on “unbelievably”) you scream, “HOAX!” On the other hand, it’s one of those photos that’s so unbelievably bizarre (emphasis on “bizarre”) that you whisper to yourself, “But what if this was true?” The aerial photo above was taken off the harbor at Whitstable, a seaside town on the north coast of Kent in England, and shows a giant 50-foot crab, dubbed “Crabzilla”, lurking at the bottom of the harbor near a pier.
Photos of a Siberian Bigfoot (or Siberian Snowman) walking behind a stand of trees were taken in April 2011 near the mountain top of Sheregesh Green in Russia. Until this week, only edited versions of the photos existed. This new set of nine photos, taken by tourists in Seregese and supposedly witnessed by “a score of witnesses”, put the sighting in better context.
Family flees home infested with 6,000 brown recluse spiders – nightmarish spiders “bleed from the walls”
For most people, the brown recluse spider is the stuff of nightmares. They are not very aggressive – but they move very fast. The bite of a brown recluse spider can cause nausea, fever, convulsions, and even necrosis of the tissue (i.e. death of living cells) leaving a gaping, ulcer-like wound that can expand to surrounding tissue leaving scarring so deep, only surgical skin grafts can repair the horrific damage. For the Trost family, the nightmare became real when 6,000 brown recluse spiders began falling from the ceiling and “bleeding out of the walls” of their Missouri home.
The investigation of “three shiny objects” sighted on Friday, October 3, 2014 in the skies over Breckenridge, Colorado continues. The three UFOs, witnessed by hundreds of people in the area, is an interesting sighting because of the movement, or lack thereof, of the three objects. Reports indicate the objects would remain stationary for as long as 15 minutes at times, before moving to form triangles or straight lines across the sky.
University of Southampton researchers have completed the largest ever medical study of near-death experiences (NDEs) and out-of-body experiences (OBEs). From a four-year study of more than 2,000 people at 15 hospitals throughout the United Kingdom, United States, and Austria who “died” from cardiac arrests and were resuscitated, they found that nearly 40 percent of people experienced some sort of “awareness” during the time they were clinically dead and before they were revived. The study is groundbreaking in that it disproves the suggestion that such events are hallucinations or illusions occurring while the person is technically “alive”.
Although there is no photographic or video evidence available for the July 8, 2014 sighting of a football field-sized UFO in Joplin, Missouri, the list of independent witnesses continues to grow. Thus far a retired policeman, retired airline pilot, health technician, and two anonymous witnesses (a State Trooper and an unidentified witness) have all come forward describing a huge, acre-sized UFO that travelled across the sky and caused electronic interference with their motor vehicles.
Probably no other film in history has been hotly debated as the Patterson-Gimlin film, the 1967 video that appears to show a Bigfoot creature walking through the woods near Bluff Creek, California. Today, Bigfoot researcher M.K. Davis revealed the results of his extensive post-processing cleanup of the video and one frame in particular, is pretty amazing.
London-based chef James Tomlinson and “freelance creative” food designer Miss Cakehead say no human beings were harmed during the development of their new “human flesh burger”, a hamburger designed to taste uniquely like human flesh. The burger was developed as part of a one-time promotion to mark the launch of the fifth season of The Walking Dead television series.
A pir (a Muslim saint or holy man) in Pakistan excited the villagers of Mubarakabad, Bahawalnagar when he announced he could bring the dead back to life. Muhammad Sabir had already gained notoriety for his ability to perform miracles and was popular amongst the villagers. When he announced he could breathe life back into a dead man (with the condition that the dead man was married and have children), 40-year-old Muhammad Niaz couldn’t pass up the opportunity to experience the afterlife. Indeed, Niaz got to experience the afterlife but unfortunately, after a botched resurrection attempt, will not be able to tell anyone about it.
The Weather Channel is reporting that a massive toxic red tide is killing marine life off the coast of Florida. According to the Weather Channel, the large blooms of red algae are located about five miles off St. Petersburg and measure an astonishing 60 miles wide by 100 miles long.
A new study conducted by paranormal expert Lionel Fanthorpe has found that Yorkshire, England is a hotspot for vampire activity. According to the report, eleven cases have been reported in Yorkshire during the past century. A total of 211 cases were reported across Britain during the last century, many of which involved police investigations. As far as Transylvania, during the same period only eight vampire sightings were reported.
A Fort Lauderdale, Florida witness caught this photo of a fast-moving UFO spotted off of I-95 on September 15, 2014. The witness had noticed the double-rainbow in the sky and started snapping pictures with his smartphone while driving. The witness says he took four photographs of the rainbow and on the 4th shot, the object shot into frame.