Best read late at night, of course.
Best read late at night, of course.
In honor of the birthday of the man who brought him to life.
TGIFuel ration day, am I right?
It’s definitely something!
VERY close encounters of the third kind.
The truth is in this quiz.
I went to the New Jersey Paranormal and Consciousness Conference last weekend. Here are the theories I heard, ranked worst to best.
There’s a whole world of internet research you could be doing!
On the night of Monday 17, 2014, a resident of The Bronx noticed a strange light in the sky across the street from his house. What is it??
I mean it can’t hurt.
On New Year’s Eve, dozens of witnesses around California reported seeing an unidentified glowing object hovering in the sky.
Are these videos of strange lights and aircrafts genuine? Who knows. Are they super creepy? Ahhhhh, yessssss.
Urban legend maintains that in 1947 a UFO landed in Roswell, New Mexico and was taken to Area 51 for analysis. Since then the top-secret government test site has been the subject of conspiracy theories regarding alien lifeforms, and today the government acknowledged its existence.
Plus the nine most beautiful banknotes in the world, why the British stopped hunting UFOs, man and cat swimming to safety, and a pet capybara named Gary.
Councillor Simon Parkes says he’s fathered an alien baby named Zarka, but it’s no big deal. He’s more interested in fixing potholes. (via thenorthernecho.co.uk)
In honor of (the first ever?) Alien Week, a little light reading for the extraterrestrial-inclined.
A science blogger has been getting zoom-happy with the latest images from NASA’s Curiosity Rover. And he thinks he’s spotted a reptile.
By January, many were already reporting reporting that 2012 was going to be a big year for UFO sightings. But 2012 wasn’t just a big year for flying saucer sightings — it was a big year for the paranormal in general.
It’s not about science, it’s about belief. Inside a meeting of the Mutual UFO Network, where I learned about the “horse-moose” and other alien “entities.”
Most of us assume the government is basically like that warehouse at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark, full of all the cool stuff they can’t let us know about. We asked you to show us what we’re missing out on.
Here’s a real thing that’s a dead alien that they definitely found in Russia. Creepy! Watch Video ›
Nice to know that the penguins will be there to give our new alien overlords a nice welcome. Watch Video ›
I went to the official NYC site and saw this and screen captured it. I went back and it was gone. Interesting!!! [Ed. note: So there’s this UFO thing that happened in New York yesterday, which was predicted by some Air Force officer. And now this screenshot. Government conspiracy! Video of the UFOs is below. They look a lot like balloons!] View Image ›
A UFO over Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China, shut down operations for an hour last week after airport radars corroborated witness accounts of “a glowing object hovering in the afternoon sky and moving weirdly.” I’m really hoping this is some elaborate promo for an awesome Chinese version of District 9. View Image ›
Portrait gallerys of the most common Alien sightings around the world. [Ed Note: I hope #15 is the real one! He seems really nice.] View List ›
According to secret files just released by the UK Government, UFO sightings 20 years ago caused the government of the time to take the unusual step of alerting Government ministers. The files can be viewed at The National Archives’ website.
11 years after the first mystery sighting, unexplained lights appeared in the sky again last night over Phoenix. This time, a formation of lights appeared for about 15 minutes, then blinked out one by one. Area airports and military air bases can offer no explanation for the appearance. Read More ›