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Stunning news from Oxford researcher – 100% genetic match found between Yeti creature samples and 40,000-year-old polar bear

// October 17th, 2013 // No Comments » // News

Yeti

A University of Oxford scientist has made an stunning discovery that seems to have solved the mystery of the elusive Yeti (Abominable Snowman) creature. Geneticist and Oxford professor Bryan Sykes found a genetic match between an ancient polar bear and two separate samples taken from reported Yetis – suggesting the creature known as the Yeti is alive and living in the Himalayas. His announcement has stunned the skeptical scientific world and validated the claims of paranormal investigators.

Three-month-old baby burst into flames – doctors suspect Spontaneous Human Combustion

// August 11th, 2013 // No Comments » // News

Burns on baby

A three-month-old baby (Rahul) from India was admitted to Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research yesterday with burns covering 10% of his body. Doctors there believe the burns were caused from a condition known as spontaneous human combustion (SHD). According to his mother, the baby burst into flames without any source nine days after his birth and suffered three more similar episodes, the last of which occurred about a month ago.

Mind-reading girl set to be added to worldwide registry of people with phenomenal savant talents

// April 9th, 2013 // No Comments » // Sideshow Anomalies

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In 2013, a nine-year-old autistic girl from Sharjah, India was discovered to have an extraordinary ability to feel her mother’s emotions and read her mother’s thoughts without touch or any other physical medium. Nandana Unnikrishnan was revealed to the world in April 2013 and she could be the next name added to a worldwide registry of people with savant talents. Her parents began to notice her unusual reactions to her mother’s thoughts at an early age. When her mother felt or thought something, nine-year-old Nandana would react – without being told. Before long they began to realize that it was not just coincidence – Nandana was reading her mother’s mind.

Dashrath “Mountain Man” Manjhi – a man single-handedly moves a mountain in a labor of love for his lost wife

// January 28th, 2013 // No Comments » // Unusual Places (you can visit)

Dashrah Manjhi working to move the mountain

Dashrath Manjhi, a poor laborer from the Gahlour village near Gaya in Bihar, India, known also as “Mountain Man”, lost his wife, Phaguni Devi, who was unable to be taken to the nearest health care center on time for immediate treatment as the nearest road to the city was 70km long (43 miles) long. Vowing to solve the problem himself, Dashrath set out on a labor of love, and swore to move mountains in order to ensure nobody else would experience trouble obtaining medical treatment from the nearest town. So Dashrath sold his goats and purchased a chisel, rope, and a hammer and set out on the near impossible task of cutting through a 300-foot high mountain in order to create a 1 kilometer passage for travelers.

The Indian Rope Trick

// December 27th, 2012 // No Comments » // Lost Objects

Indian rope trick

The famed Indian rope trick – a myth, a product of mass hypnosis, or was it really magic? The trick, involving a coil of rope extended skyward, has yet to be duplicated by modern day magicians despite centuries of exhaustive study by scholars and expert magicians.