was sent an email by a woman who lives on the end of Long
Island New York at Montauk Point. She told me that she often
walked her two large dogs on the beach along the Atlantic Ocean coast
on the end of Long Island; The woman told me that she often reads
my articles and remembered one I wrote years ago about a strange tall
very white odd looking family that lived on Long Island in the 1960s.
lady told me that while walking her two large dogs during the
months of December and January she witnessed a strange family with a
huge strange dog also walking on the beach. She told me they were
extremely tall and seemed to be two couples of albinos with about four
or five children with them running along the beach as the adults walked
the dog. She told me she remembered my article and wanted to know if I
had any other reports of this strange family being seen on Long Island.
contacted the woman who told me she stopped seeing the strange group of
tall albino people at the end of February. She told me she found them
to be so very odd that she asked the people in the town shops and her
friends and neighbors if they had seen the group. The only other person
who claimed to have seen them was a older man who would feed the birds
along the shore on the beach but he only noticed them once and did not
recall ever seeing them again.
I questioned her and found the
woman to be concerned about the people as she felt they were something
other than human and felt very uncomfortable when walking near
them. She told me her large dogs who were very protective and a bit on
the aggressive side would whimper and stick their tales between their
legs dragging her away from the group refusing to stay close to the
them which ended with her being dragged in a half run down the beach
away from the strange group of people by her frightened protective pets.
all the years (50 years since 1965) since my family and I
encountered the same type of tall albino looking people this was the
first time anyone in my area ever talked about seeing them not only on
Long Island but anywhere.
Below is the original article I wrote
about these strange tall while blue eyed people. I wonder if they are
being seen anywhere else in the world and if so who they are and where
did they come from and where do they disappear to?
Below the original article about the strange Albino odd tall white people;
The Strange Case of the Albino Family- or Was It?
ago I was sitting on my deck with my mother having lunch when my
mother looked over to me and said “ Remember the Albino family that use
to live in our area that always shopped at Gertz Department store?”
I hadn’t thought about Gertz Department store which had long ago gone out of business for years much less the Albino family.
mother went on about how striking they were and how well dressed and
groomed they were. My mother commented many times back when she saw
them how beautiful the family was and always noticed what they were
wearing. I never thought much about it then as I was in my teens but as
my mother went on and on about the Albino family I realized how very
strange they really were.
The family consisted of two adults and
three children. All of them were albinos. I have only seen a few other
people who have this albino condition and really did not note the
differences in this family and the other albinos I have seen. Talking
to my mother about this family I began to realize they were truly
unusual people and not like other albinos.
The five members of
this family all were 6ft in height including the mother and daughter.
The male members stood between 6ft –3 inches to 6ft- 5 inches. They
were extremely tall people. When they walked through the department
store they stood a head above most of the other shoppers.
of them had thick full pure white hair. They were beautiful people with
high cheekbones and straight model like features. Their skin was white
– pure white. They all had the same color eyes, which were clear, big,
and very light blue. They kept to themselves. They would stay together
when they shopped and seemed to be quiet polite people.
wasn’t until years later and I had that conversation with my mother
about that family that I realized they were a very different group of
people. I thought about the possibility of two beautiful albino people
who looked so much alike in height, looks and facial features meeting
and marrying. Although this is possible I knew the odds had to be
nearly impossible. I then recalled reading an article while in college
in the late 1970’s that talked about all the eye problems that went
hand and hand with those who were albinos. I also read that eye color
for the typical albino runs towards the pinkish reddish tint. I know
that there are degrees of the condition which would have a lesser or
greater effect on things like eye and skin color (or lack of it) in
those who are albinos. I did not read about any who had clear big blue
I tried to find out if there were blue-eyed albinos that
could run in an entire family but came up empty handed in my search. I
am not qualified to answer the question to the chance of this happening
but feel at best it would be a very rare occurrence.
about this family and had to admit that finding two tall beautiful
blue-eyed albinos who married and had three tall beautiful blue-eyed
children was either an incredible happening or they were not a family
Years after discussing this family with my
mother I came across a few articles on the Inter net that talked
aboutthe tall whites. I was scrolling down one of the pages of
the site I was looking at when I came to an artists drawing of the
alien species called the tall whites. I was completely taken back as I
sat and looked at the same tall people with the same beautiful faces –
white hair, blue eyes and high cheek bones as the albino family that
use to shop for their clothes and house wares in Gertz department store
in Bay Shore , Long Island , New York in the 1960’s.
never know if that strange gentle family of tall beautiful people was
simply a very rare family of human albinos or if they were a group of
entirely different beings?
I often wondered over the past years
about that family or group of people. I have tried to search for them a
few times but cannot find anything anywhere that would explain this odd
group of people. Maybe they just moved away to another state- or planet!
did learn to not be so ambivalent about things and pay attention to
people and my surroundings far more than I once did. I wish I had been
more curious at the time. I wish I considered how odd those people were
and thought about things instead of just blindly skipping along without
considering what was going on around me. I learned many lessons during
my life. Being alert to my surrounding can be the most important thing
I can do for my safety and that of my family. I will tell you one
thing, if I ever see a group of tall white aliens again with those huge
light blue eyes- I am going to pay attention!
Copyright © 2008- 2015 Chris Holly all Rights Reserved
Chris Holly’s Endless Journey with the Unknown
alien visitors from a "goblin universe" walk in a haunted realm between
the living and the dead? A mysterious Brooklyn woman known as "Mad"
Mollie Fancher may provide some controversial clues.
For those in the UFO community who have made the leaps of
faith that started with Erich von Daniken and Zechariah Sitchin,
namely that the gods of our religions were in fact aliens who led
mankind to varying degrees of civilization and technological
development, it logically follows that some forms of religious
fanaticism would spring from that same alien source. There has
always been a thin line between religious experience and simple
madness, and there is likely also a thin line between alien-inspired
fanaticism and mere human-generated religious delusion.
is all said by way of introduction to a new book from Timothy Green
Beckley's Global Communications publishing house. The book is called
"'Mad' Mollie: Brooklyn's Supernatural 'Saint,'" and, for the sake of
complete disclosure, I wrote some of its chapters. The new
release includes the complete text of a rare and hard-to-find book
about Mollie Fancher from the early 20th century, as well as new
material that helps set the stage for one of the strangest stories in
the history of the paranormal. It is also the first in a new series
from Global Communications devoted to "Very Strange People." A second
book in the series, "The Bell Witch Project," is already available for
purchase as well.
WHO WAS "MAD" MOLLIE?
Fancher was born in Massachusetts in 1848. Her parents moved the family
to Brooklyn, New York, in 1850, and Mollie began her education in a
private school there a few years later. Mollie's mother died in 1855,
and her father remarried and abandoned Mollie and her siblings to be
raised by their aunt, Susan Crosby.
Mollie did well in
school and was considered very attractive by the standards of her day.
Two months prior to her graduation, she fell ill, suffering from
nervous indigestion, generalized weakness and fainting spells. Her
doctor prescribed horseback riding to cure her, which was for centuries
thought to be a solution for "hysteria" in women. While riding, Mollie
was thrown from her horse, hit her head on a curbstone, knocking her
unconscious, and broke several ribs.
She might have recovered
from the horse accident and led a normal life, but a little over a year
later, in 1865, she suffered another traumatic accident. Mollie was
engaged to be married and was out shopping for wedding-related items.
When she stepped off a streetcar near her home, her dress got caught on
the rear of the car and she was dragged a city block before anyone
Her suitor broke off their marriage plans, and
she was put to bed to heal. She never left her bed, spending the
remaining 51 years of her life there as she suffered varied and strange
ailments that baffled observers and physicians alike.
THE SUPERNATURAL TAKING HOLD?
she lay in her bed of trauma and misery, Mollie began to experience
trances and spells and violent spasms. She also, quite famously, began
to refuse food, claiming to go months, even years, without swallowing a
single morsel of anything. In Victorian times, this was a commonly
claimed miracle, and many "fasting girls" were celebrated in the news
media for their fanatic devotion to Christ as expressed through
The doctors of Mollie's time again called her
condition "hysteria," which was a catch-all term for women whose
behavior was deemed inappropriate or "unladylike." Some of the
strangest stories about Mollie occurred in the nine years from 1866 to
1875. It is claimed that she lay with her arm drawn up over her head,
her legs twisted and her eyes closed, yet still managed to write 6,500
letters, sew fine embroidery, keep a diary and make wax flowers - quite
an achievement for a bedridden woman with one functioning hand.
was also said to read writing from great distances, read minds and have
the gift of prophecy. In a country obsessed with spirit communication,
ghosts and the supernatural, Mollie became something of a celebrity.
which Mollie would that be? Along with all her other mysterious
maladies, Mollie is thought to have been a bona fide case of Multiple
Personality Disorder. In 1875, she fell into unconsciousness for a
month and then awakened with no memory of the last nine years. None of
the works of art she had done looked familiar to her, and she resumed
conversations where they had left off nine years before. She began to
splinter into several "selves," some cheery and
others were jealous and vindictive. The personalities would write
letters to each other - in different handwriting.
Mollie died on February 15, 1916, at age 67, taking her selves and her secrets with her.
A FEMINIST STATEMENT IN MALE-DOMINATED TIMES
people are familiar with the term "anorexia nervosa," an eating
disorder in which a person is usually struggling with body image
conflicts and/or uses self-starvation as a means of gaining control
over their lives. But one may be surprised to learn that there exists a
term for what was claimed about Mollie Fancher - "anorexia mirabilis,"
or "miraculous loss of appetite."
The term comes from the
Middle Ages, when women and girls would starve themselves, sometimes to
the point of death, in the name of God. Anorexia mirabilis was often
combined with other ascetic forms of self-denial, like lifelong
virginity, self-flagellation, wearing hair shirts, sleeping on beds of
thorns and other assorted penitential practices.
Walker Bynum, the author of "Holy Feast, Holy Fast," believes that
anorexia mirabilis was not simply misdiagnosed anorexia nervosa but was
instead a legitimate form of self-expression that existed outside the
modern disease paradigm. Anorexia mirabilis should be understood as a
distinct medieval form of female religious piety and placed within its
proper historical context.
Many women of medieval times
refused to ingest anything but the Communion host, which was intended
to signify not only their devotion to God and Jesus but also to make a
point about the separation of body and spirit. The idea that the body
could endure for long periods of time without nourishment demonstrated
how much stronger and important the spirit was. Popular opinion was
unconcerned that the women claimed to go without food for months or
even years; the "impossible" length of their fasting only added to the
allure of this specifically female achievement.
Catherine (1347-1380), of Siena, Italy, rose to become a rare female
player in 14th century papal politics. She was also a determined
"fasting girl" and would forcibly self-regurgitate when compelled to
eat food at all. Her local priest suspected she might have been
secretly fed by demons when he observed how bright, energetic and
strong she remained even after fasting for unnaturally long periods of
"Mad" Mollie's similar claim to defying nature by living
without sustenance of any kind can thus be seen as part of a long
tradition dating back several centuries. Demonic possession was
sometimes suspected in Mollie's case as well, especially because of her
multiple personalities and the strange trances that sometimes overcame
STIGMATA AND AN ALIEN CONNECTION
phenomenon claimed by both Mollie and Saint Catherine was stigmata, or
mysteriously appearing wounds that replicate the physical injuries
Jesus Christ endured on the cross. The stigmata wounds occur
spontaneously in some unknown way and are not self-inflicted. The
stigmata phenomenon was first reported by Saint Francis of Assisi in
the 13th century and is seen most commonly among priests and nuns. The
strange signs on the flesh are said to be confirmation of the
sufferer's saintly devotion to Christ.
An Italian named
Giorgio Bongiovanni's first experience as a stigmatic happened in 1989
in Portugal when he was given a message for humanity and received the
first stigmatic piercings in his hands. During this encounter, a
luminous being explained to Giorgio that the universe is abundant with
intelligent life and that beings are visiting the Earth with highly
advanced disc-shaped craft. Since that time, Giorgio has had frequent
recurrences of stigmata, sometimes on his left side, where Christ was
said to have been pierced by a Roman sword, and on his forehead, in
reference to Christ's crown of thorns.
The purpose of his
stigmata, Giorgio says, is so the faithful can have a sign to believe
in during the traumatic Earth changes to come. The sacred,
interdimensional flying saucer entities have told him that mankind will
face a period of darkness but those who have obeyed Christ's teachings
will be saved.
Which begs the question that began this
article: Are certain forms of religious fanaticism divinely inspired by
the UFO occupants? Do the aliens send us religious messages by way of
miracles like Mollie Fancher's prodigious fasting or Giorgio
DID THE ALIENS LEAD THE SPIRITUALIST MOVEMENT?
his introduction to "'Mad' Mollie: Brooklyn's Supernatural 'Saint,'"
Tim Beckley writes about the Spiritualist Movement that is said to
begin with the Fox sisters in 1848, the year Mollie was born.
two young girls, fifteen-year-old Maggie and eleven-year-old Katy,
huddled under their blankets in raw fear as they were encircled by
hellish sounds coming from the darkness of their small rural home in
Rochester, New York. They felt the sounds were coming from an
intelligent source, so the sisters played a kind of game in an attempt
to communicate with whomever or whatever was creating the noises.
Snapping their fingers and clapping their hands loudly, they asked the
entity to respond accordingly. It replied with a series of knocking
sounds that came from the wall just above their beds.
their mother, believed the entity to be a ghost and she decided to test
it herself by asking questions. The spirit responded accurately, again
by making knocking sounds. After the neighbors were able to confirm
that the knocking sounds were indeed intelligent, word soon spread that
the Fox sisters could converse with the dead, drawing enormous crowds
from all over the country. Soon the Spiritualist Movement was in full
swing and mediums in a deep trance were levitating tables and issuing
ectoplasm from their bodily orifices. Supernatural manifestations
became "as American as apple pie," Beckley writes.
sisters soon took a backseat to the Bangs sisters, Lizzie and May, who
could produce a spirit painting on canvas without touching it. A bucket
of paint would rest on the floor near the sisters, and, over the next
hour, an image would start to appear on the canvas. They each gripped
the canvas in both their hands, making it impossible for them to use
any sort of brush or hidden device. In spiritualist jargon, these are
called "Precipitated Spirit Paintings."
its own kind of religious fanaticism, and it is possible to link it to
the alien abduction phenomenon. Abductees sometimes report seeing a
deceased relative during an alien encounter, such as seeing the face of
one's late grandmother at the foot of one's bed as the standard gray
aliens go about their work. "Communion" author Whitley Strieber feels
that the alien Visitors walk between the worlds of the living and the
dead as easily as we mortals cross a street and that someday all
mankind may progress to the point where they have that same privilege.
(Some believe the Visitors may reside in what has been referred to as a
"Goblin Universe," according to Beckley.) Whatever the afterlife is, it
is something the aliens are familiar with, and it would follow that
leading certain souls to perform and "speak" at a séance would be
within their abilities.
Beckley also writes about a
"goblin" stove said to have begun speaking to residents of a home in
Zaragoza, Spain, in 1934. The Palazon family at one time blamed their
housemaid for the voice, thinking she had some sort of talent for
ventriloquism, in spite of the maid's protests of innocence. The stove
began to draw curious crowds, and some felt the devil himself had found
a home in the Palazons' kitchen. The voice spoke in "demonic curses"
and was able to see and hear what was going on around it.
the police were called in, the voice spoke to them directly. The voice
became angry when it realized the block had been evacuated in response
to its presence. The army was called in and a team of architects
examined the building from top to bottom, but no explanation was ever
found. In a final attempt to eradicate the voice, the building was
demolished and a new building now stands on the plot.
WAS MOLLIE AN ALIEN "MIRACLE"?
a hundred years after her death, Mollie Fancher remains a mystery
sleeping covered in a patchwork quilt of unknowns. Did she live for 51
years without eating? Did she possess clairvoyance and other paranormal
gifts? Was she possessed by demons whose evil personalities warred
against her own with fierce determination? Was she making a feminist
statement in the repressed Victorian era by stubbornly - and
miraculously - refusing sustenance of any kind?
And, if there
were genuine supernatural events taking place, were the UFO occupants
somehow behind them? Is the strangeness surrounding Mollie Fancher so
hard to comprehend because it
involves so many elements that are simply "not of this world"?
is a field where it is best that no stone be left unturned, and the
study of "Mad" Mollie is a good case in point.
Ross simply wanted to take some photos of the scenery while walking on
the banks of the Loch Ness with her daughter and granddaughter, but the
50-year-old took home more than just images that day.
claims to have witnessed the Loch Ness monster, fabled to dwell in the
depths of the water, as it emerged to the surface to get some air. When
a black hump emerged from Britain's biggest loch, however, Ross and her
daughter were so mesmerized that despite having a camera on hand, they
were only able to record the moment after the mythical beast sank below
the surface and moved away, leaving behind a circle of rippled water.
of my pictures shows a dark object behind the circle of water and that
was it moving away," Ross said. "We were all quite excited by it. I
have always been a believer in the monster and for my family to see it
was amazing. If we had been a little quicker with our cameras, we would
have better images."
The sighting is a relief for monster
enthusiasts following reports last year that the Loch Ness monster
could well have expired. The Loch's murky waters are said to be haunted
by a Scottish beast since 1933. The Nessie first hit the headlines in
1934, with a newspaper publishing a picture of the supposed water beast.
picture was eventually found to have been staged, but many similar
images have come up ever since. Legend has it that the creature,
believed to be the last line of plesiosaurs, a prehistoric marine
reptile, appears along with tremors on Earth and swirling bubbles.
73-year-old Campbell Ross, Connie's husband, said he regrets staying in
the car park because he is also a believer of the strange creature
living in the loch. He said that he has actually seen something similar
about three decades ago.
He was driving back then when he saw a
bus transporting tourists stopping by as the tourists looked at
something. The retired architect said that a streak could be seen in
the water, and this was caused by a black hump that could be seen in
He said that what his family saw was unusual but
until a better visual proof can be produced, he admitted that the
mystery of the Loch Ness beast will continue to live on.
Source: Tech Times
- COSMIC WEIRDNESS DEPARTMENT -
Video Shows Mysterious Flash Lighting Up Russian Sky
huge, eery flash that appeared to shoot up as a beam of light into the
night sky has spooked residents of a city in southern Russia.
pulsing light that briefly bathed the city of Stavropol white and blue
on Monday night was caught by a dash cam mounted in a car, the video of
which has spread across social media.
The dazzling burst of light seemed to knock out some streetlamps in the city, as seen in another webcam video.
event has become all the stranger because nobody has so far been able
to explain what it was. Local scientists today ruled out that natural
phenomena could have caused it.
“This flash cannot have been
natural,” Svetlana Solovyova, chief analyst at the Stavropol
Meteorological center told local media.
"It wasn't a
meteorological event. There wasn't a storm," said Natalya Klimenko, an
analyst at the center, told ABC News. "More likely it is something made
by a human being.”
Theories quickly rose to fill the gap: the
light was part of huge military exercises, which are currently underway
across Russia involving 80,000 troops; others believed the inexplicable
lights were proof of aliens, pointing to the fact that similar flashes
have appeared in at least four other cities.
“It’s a kind of photo-flash,” Sergei Pakhamov, a UFO-ologist, told local state TV. “They were photographing the city.”
A popular kitsch Russian singer in Stavropol giving a concert Monday night was also blamed.
likely explanation seemed to be the coincidence of the lights with
another rare phenomenon: the aurora borealis “Northern Lights” appeared
over Moscow on Monday, coming far further south than normal.
lights, which are normally confined to the Arctic circle, were visible
because of a vast magnetic storm which charged particles at a much
lower altitude. But scientists have now also ruled out that the blue
flashes over Stavropol could be connected.
This is far from the
first time bizarre lights and explosions have appeared over Russia,
where inexplicable phenomena in the sky have become remarkably frequent
occurrences. In 2014, a huge blast turned the sky orange over Siberia;
in 2013 a massive meteorite exploded over Chelyabinsk, blowing out
almost every window in the city.
Most of these incidents were
also caught on dash-board mounted cameras, which have become ubiquitous
in Russia, where they are used to ward-off corrupt traffic cops but
have also captured the bizarre from cow-crashes to punch-ups.
This time-however a meteorite has been ruled out by scientists, who say it would have been detected by radar.
strange celestial phenomena -- combined with the many military drills
and the confrontation with the West over Ukraine, the burning of one of
Moscow’s major monasteries and the unexplained disappearance of
Vladimir Putin for 10 days last week -- have all contributed to a
peculiar end of days sensation for many Russians. The solar-eclipse
scheduled to occur Friday for some caps it.
But the most likely
cause of Monday's flashes may be more banal- though still peculiar to
Russia. Yuri Varakin, a local meteorologist also at the Stavropol
Center, told ABC News that he believed the lights were most likely
caused by a special high-powered projector lamp used by airports to
measure the height of clouds. He said, the light is turned on in a
burst when there is heavy cloud, which causes the widespread
illumination. He explained that such devices are no longer found in
Europe or the US, where lasers are now used.
An official at
Stavropol airport confirmed to ABC News that the device had indeed been
used on the night of the flash because there were thick snow-clouds.
this explanation does not not explain why the flash appeared to
knock-out some streetlights. Scientists at the meteorological center
say they are continuing to investigate.
Source: ABC News