Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Man dressed as Sasquatch killed (news video)

KALISPELL, MONTANA - A man wearing a Sasquatch suit died after being struck by two cars Sunday evening on U.S. Highway 93 south of Kalispell.

The Flathead County Coroner has identified the victim as Randy Lee Tenley, 44, of Kalispell.

Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Jim Schneider says friends of the victim said Tenley was wearing a military-style camouflage ghillie suit in hopes of creating a Bigfoot hoax.

Schneider said Tenley was first hit by a 15-year-old Somers girl driving in the right southbound lane who said she couldn't get out of the way. Tenley was then struck by again by another Somers teen's car as his body lay on the road.

"It's still a crash involving vehicles and a pedestrian. So we're still doing the same investigation, but once we started speaking to parties, then someone involved in it, trying to ascertain exactly what brought that gentleman out to Highway 93 ... I would not guess that would motivate anybody to be out on Highway 93," Scheider said.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Mystery light beams appear in Japan (video)

Dozens of mystery light columns appeared in Japan following a unusual thunderstorm.

Hundreds of people witnessed this rare and frightening phenomena, as fiery light columns appeared in the sky.

Eyewitnesses reported, that the light poles appeared immediately after a heavy and unusual lightning storm, lasting several minutes before vanishing.

In 1908 just before the Tunguska explosion, similar phenomena occurred, giant pillars of fire rose from the earth to the sky.

Many locals are fearful that a major disaster is looming, and that the light columns are a warning of grave danger.

Stephen: “This story has been confirmed by the Japanese media and the pictures are authentic, and come from different sources, just in case your wondering”.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

UFO spotted over Upstate New York

Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) One viewer says he saw an unidentified flying object in the Southern Tier sky.

Brian Titus says he was at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, when he saw something rising behind a hill in Vestal.

In an email, Titus wrote, "It sat there for about ten seconds and then it shot up like a bullet and vanished."

He says at least ten people saw it happen.

Minutes later when he was coming home, Titus saw the U.F.O. again.

During this second sighting, Titus snapped the above picture.

Titus wrote, "I am so exited and freaked out at the same time."

What do you think? Is it a U.F.O.? Share your comments below.

Source: WBNG 12 Action News

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Was there a Stone Age Zombie Apocolypse

The zombie apocalypse may be much more than a plot device exploited by modern horror movies. In fact, fears about the walking dead may go back all the way to the Stone Age. 
Archaeologists working in Europe and the Middle East have recently unearthed evidence of a mysterious Stone Age "skull-smashing" culture, according to New Scientist. Human skulls buried underneath an ancient settlement in Syria were found detached from their bodies with their faces smashed in. Eerily, it appears that the skulls were exhumed and detached from their bodies several years after originally being buried. It was then that they were smashed in and reburied separate from their bodies.
According to Juan José Ibañez of the Spanish National Research Council in Barcelona, the finding could suggest that these Stone Age "skull-smashers" believed the living were under some kind of threat from the dead. Perhaps they believed that the only way of protecting themselves was to smash in the corpses' faces, detach their heads and rebury them apart from their bodies.
But here's the creepy thing: many of the 10,000-year-old skulls appear to have been separated from their spines long after their bodies had already begun to decompose. Why would this skull-smashing ritual be performed so long after individuals had died? Did they only pose a threat to the living long after their original burial and death?

Monday, August 20, 2012

New Zealand family calls in ghostbusters

The family of six moved into the house in January, and say coffee tables have moved, wardrobe doors slam by themselves, the shower turns on and off, they hear footsteps on the stairs, and the children have seen "apparitions".

In May 2010, a mother and her two teenage daughters were found dead in the two-storey Avonhead house. Four days later, the father was found dead in his car nearby.

The new tenants took over the five-bedroom house this year and were a "little nervous" when the real estate agent told them what had happened. Now they say "strange things" started happening from day one.

The 41-year-old father of the household, who did not want to be named, said he was not a strong believer in the supernatural but things were happening that they couldn't explain. "We're not drug- addicted hippies who hang wind chimes from the trees, we're an average, normal family. But all six of us, and even the dog, have been picking up weird things."

Despite trying to "keep the children out of it", he said his five- year-old daughter had been seen talking to herself in the mirror and later came downstairs and said she had been speaking to a "little girl".

Friday, August 17, 2012

Sasquatch "WARNING" sign photographed in Vancouver, Canada

Source: Coast to Coast AM

Alien Slime appears on Scottish hillsides

BAFFLED hillwalkers fear ALIENS have landed — after mysterious slime started appearing in the countryside.

They have discovered a strange jelly... and some experts believe it’s landed from space.

The first report of an unidentified fluid object was in the Pentland Hills near Edinburgh, triggering a flood of similar sightings.

Now National Geographic Channel documentary Wild X Files attempts to solve the mystery after they had the weird samples analysed by scientists.

Paranormal investigator Steve Mera is convinced he was dealing with aliens after a sample he collected DISAPPEARED.

He said: “I was dumbfounded. I had no idea what it was.

“I thought ‘let’s get some samples.’ The next morning, I saw the sample jar and I did a double take as there was nothing in it. It was there the night before, now it was empty.” Steve was sure he was dealing with star jelly left over from a meteor shower. He said: “It comes from space.”

Monday, August 13, 2012

Daughter lifts 1.5 ton car to save father (news video)

Lauren Kornacki learned CPR several times.

The 22-year-old just graduated from Mary Washington with a physics degree, but while looking for work, she decided to return to something familiar to earn a little money.

On Saturday Lauren used what she learned to save her father's life.

Lauren's father, Alec, was working on his car, a BMW 525i.

The jack slipped and the car fell on top of him.

Lauren was on her way out the door when she came upon him, unconscious and crushed.

"As I go to open the garage door I hear a primal scream, like…dial 911!" said Lauren's mother, Liz.
That scream was Lauren discovering her father.

"There was no tire," said Lauren. Seconds later, she did what most would consider unthinkable, she moved a car weighing a ton and a half off her father's body.

Matt Damon, Michael Douglas "spooked" by haunted movie set

Matt Damon and Michael Douglas are said to be convinced that their new movie set is haunted.

The two stars have been shooting for ‘Behind the Candelabra’, which is about the life of famed pianist Liberace.

The duo is convinced that there is some supernatural activity going on around them and a male spirit has been watching them work.

“The movie centres around Liberace’s last years with his young bodyguard/live-in lover, Scott Thorson, and several times during filming, Damon and Douglas turned to each other after a scene and said, ‘Did you feel that?,” quoted a source as telling National Enquirer.

“They swear they’ve felt cold damp air swish by, reeking of a potent men’s cologne.

Douglas portrays Liberace in the release, while Damon plays the role of Scott.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

300 million year old screw,..Who Built It?

In the summer of 1998, Russian scientists who were investigating an area 300 th southwest of Moscow on the remains of a meteorite, discovered a piece of rock which enclosed an iron screw.  Geologists estimate that the age of the rock is 300-320 million years.
At that time there were no  intelligent life forms on earth, not even dinosaurs  The screw, which is clearly visible in the head and nut, has a length of about cm and a diameter of about three millimeters.

Scientists initially thought that the screw was in a farm machine.  But the screw was firmly fixed in the rock.

The case of "error" was excluded because in addition, as shown by subsequent studies, the screw is there really a huge amount of time, since the iron atoms of the screw and the atoms of silicon (from which the rock consists mainly) have spread across the two ylika.Oi X-rays revealed that exist within the rock bolts and similar .. as well as two small round balls that have square holes.
This finding has been studied intensively in various scientific institutions of Russia - from geologists, physicists, paleontologists, mineralogists and proved that the screw was in the sediment before it is mounted on a rock.  All technicians who examined the findings are convinced that the screw has been artificially constructed and not a product of a natural process.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Kate Winslet "Ghost Admirer" burns down cottage

A cottage previously owned by actress Kate Winslet burned to the ground and while local officials suspect arson it was reported today by Local Cornish newspapers that local rumors in Tintagel are suggesting that the “Winslet Ghost” started the fire.

Suggestions have linked the Ghost with the fire at Necker Island the Luxury Caribbean Private Island home of Sir Richard Branson in the British Virgin Islands which mysteriously burned to the ground when Kate Winslet was staying there.

The Winslet Cottage was originally occupied by the engineer of the Camelot Castle Hotel as it housed the generators for Camelot Castle. Camelot Castle was one of the first buildings in England to boast full Electric lighting in 1899.

The story locally is that the engineer returned to haunt the cottage after his death and when Kate Winslet bought the property the Ghost fell madly in love with the starlet. It seems that in death the ghost’s romantic fortune fared no better than can sometime occur in life. As is so often the way in love stories the Ghosts love and passion was apparently unrequited by Kate Winslet who sold the property some months later and married the film director Sam Mendes and so the “Winslet Ghost”, perhaps feeling snubbed or feeling somewhat jilted has been a sombre specter and is according to local rumor occupying the house. Curiously several attempts to secure planning to rebuild and develop the site have failed. No one has lived in the property since.

Although on very dark nights and sometimes when the moon rises above Tintagel lights have been seen.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

New Loch Ness Monster photo "Surfaces"

A PHOTOGRAPH of a dark grey shape rising out of the water has been hailed as the clearest picture yet of the elusive Loch Ness Monster.

Loch Ness cruise boat operator and veteran Nessie hunter George Edwards yesterday published his photograph, which drew praise from a fellow monster expert, who described it as the best evidence that Nessie exists.

However, a rival monster hunter raised doubts about the shape in Mr Edwards’s photograph being Nessie, accusing him of faking a previous picture of the monster 26 years ago.

Mr Edwards, who runs Drumnadrochit-based Loch Ness Cruises, said he had taken the new photograph from his boat near Urquhart Castle at 9am on 2 November last year.

He explained it had not been published before, because he had sent it for analysis to check the object was not inanimate.

Steve Feltham, who has been searching for Nessie for 21 years from Dores, further up the loch, said: “It is the best photograph I think I have ever seen.

“I think the images are fantastic — that’s the animal I have been looking for all this time.