Sunday, October 30, 2016

Mysterious creature filmed swimming up a Alaskan River (video)

At various times of year, Bureau of Land Management Fairbanks District Office Public Affairs Specialist Craig McCaa likes to go down to the Chena River to share photos of changing Fairbanks weather.

On Oct. 18, he decided to walk his camera down to the University Avenue bridge that crosses the river to snap a few pictures of ice forming on the water's surface.

But instead of finding just snow and ice, McCaa saw a "strange thing" moving back and forth in the current of the murky river.

"It never fully revealed itself," he said in a phone interview Tuesday.

McCaa took a video and posted it to the "Bureau of Land Management – Alaska" Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. By evening it had been watched about 20,900 times. Speculation has run rampant on what the creepy object — or creature — swaying in the water might be.

"I initially thought, and several people thought, it could be some rope that snagged on the bottom of the river with chunks of ice," McCaa said. "Other people have mentioned everything from sea monster to giant sturgeon."

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Ghost Hunters star has never seen a ghost (video)

Steve Gonsalves has spent 20 years seeking out the paranormal – but he says he’s never seen a ghost with his own eyes.

Gonsalves is one part of the spirit-seeking team on SyFy Channel’s “Ghost Hunters” series.

“What you would think of as the floating apparition, I’ve never seen that,” Gonsalves told Fox News’ Lauren Green. “I’ve seen a lot of things I can’t explain – objects moving, things falling that doesn’t make sense, smells, black masses, that sort of thing – but I’ve never seen an actual ghost.”

Nevertheless, Gonsalves plans to keep looking for ghosts and evidence of their existence. He says people are drawn to the supernatural because of a natural curiosity about what happens after death.

“Is there life after death? Where do we go? What happens to the energy inside of our body?” Gonsalves asks. “Investigators like me, we’re looking for those answers for people and for us.”

Ghost caught helping clean up at a pub (video)

You’ve heard of the friendly ghost, but now a cleaning ‘ghost’ seems to be causing spooky havoc at a pub in Dudley.

Staff at The Chapel House, based on Ruiton Street, Lower Gornal, Dudley, have released footage on their Facebook page of what appears to be ghostly movements of a mop and a wet floor A-board sign.

The footage initially seems to innocently show Katie set up the A-board and the mop in the back room of the pub, before walking around the room calling for Ben.

As she leaves the room, the A-board appears to mysteriously move and fold itself neatly on the floor.

Then, as Ben enters the shot, the mop in the corner of the room is propelled across the nearby table.

The footage was filmed at the start of the month, when new licensee Katie Ann Round, 31 of Tividale was at the back of the pub cleaning.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

The "Bermuda Triangle" has not been solved,.according to this "poorly edited" scientist

A Science Channel show is making waves about the Bermuda Triangle this week. It appears to have claimed that the “mystery” of the region is solved — except that’s not at all what the scientist interviewed intended.

The “What on Earth” segment portrays Randall Cerveny, director of the meteorology department at Arizona State University, as having discovered the secret to the mysterious disappearances, sinkings and crashes that have occurred in the famous region east of the Bahamas. Or at least, he appears to think he has the answer, when in reality he has no interest in anything having to do with the Bermuda Triangle.

“The editing on this was horrendous,” Cerveny told The Washington Post. “I was really upset when I saw this.”

Lots of other people are seeing it now, too. After the segment aired in the United Kingdom, the U.K.-based Sun newspaper published an article online with this headline:

Scientists claim 170 mph ‘air bombs’ capable of downing planes and ships could unlock mystery of notorious stretch of sea

Then the New York Post picked it up:

Read More: The Washington Post

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Mysterious black entity caught on CCTV floating around apartment building

Is this a witch? Mysterious shadow in black cloak spotted hovering around apartment building
The bizarre figure appears to float around on the top floor before levitating down on to a lower level in a unworldly manner.

A mysterious shadow spotting hovering around on an apartment block could be a 'witch', according to residents.

CCTV footage shows a cloaked figure apparently floating around the top floor of the residential building, occasionally disappearing out of view.

At one point, the ghostly shadow leaps from the top balcony onto a lower floor, but appears to be able to hover it mid-air and levitate back up again.

Eventually, the 'witch' makes the full jump to the first floor, where it appears lie in wait.
It is at this point the clip cuts off.

The video has appeared on the Cali is Cali Facebook page and has been viewed more than 300,000 times.

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Sketchy ghost hunter Ryan Buell arrested in South Carolina

Ryan Daniel Buell, 34, is facing two felony charges related to theft and stolen property. He's also facing a misdemeanor charge of theft of services. All charges are in Centre County, Pennsylvania, where Buell was last known to be living. Buell was arrested on Sept. 18 in Florence County, South Carolina, the state where he grew up.

Buell's role in "Paranormal State" involved looking for ghosts or trying to prove that life after death is real.

He has a sizable fan base across the country, but fans started getting frustrated with him after he canceled shows without providing refunds.

Buell had started a tour called "Conversations with the Dead Tour." Tickets were sold to shows in cities across the U.S. and Canada, but the shows got postponed and then canceled, leaving fans with no answers and looking for refunds.

Fans were out hundreds of dollars and wanted their money back. Many of them never got a dime back. Some were able to get refunds by disputing the charge with their credit card company.

Source: ABC 7