Emmy award winning journalist, Linda Moulton Howe recently reported on a strange story of how two hunters encountered strange lights and a lime green, glowing humanoid on October 4.
* Do Black Eyed Kids exist?
The Black eyed kids, also referred to as B.E.K., started making an appearance around 1998, when journalist Brian Bethel wrote of his experience in a newsgroup posting. These children are said to have eyes that are coal black; there is no sign of an iris or pupil.
* “Creepy Gnome” terrorises Argentina? again
What exactly is stalking the town of Clodomira in the province of Santiago del Estero, Argentina?
* October 14 alien visitation: Reactions
I wanted to give a bit of a break before commenting on the Oct 14 ‘event’ and to see the responses of those involved.
* Stephen Foster’s poltergeist’s fears
Stephen Foster, 18, and his friend Todd Bevis, 16, decided to go camping in St Leonard’s Forest, near St John the Evangelist Church at Coolhurst, UK. He claims that this innocent camping trip has turned into a poltergeist nightmare.
* Aliens are not intelligent
Australian astrobiologist, a senior fellow of the Planetary Science Institute in Canberra and a researcher at the Australian National University, Charley Lineweaver has said that if there is other life out in the vastness of space, it will be unlikely that it would show any intelligence as we know it. In fact he doubts that life beyond earth will be anything similiar to human kind at all.
* The alien siege at Kelly, Kentucky,?1955
At around 11pm on Sunday, August 21, 1955, the police officers on duty at the Hopkinsville’s police headquarters were about to hear a bizarre story of UFO’s, aliens and a gunfight. Two cars pulled up filled with at least 5 adults and several children. They were highly excited and told a truly unbelievable story.
* What is Cyclomancy?
Cyclomancy is a form of divination in which an object is spun and its final resting direction is consulted.
* What is a Yowie?
In the eastern states of Australia there could live a creature of myth and legend. People call it the ‘Yowie’. This elusive homonid is often also called ‘The Australian Bigfoot’.
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