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Hovering high overhead, the UFO and its otherworldly occupants scan the Earths communications -- silently awaiting word that they have finally intercepted the secret information that has eluded them all week. Yes that's right! They are waiting for this weeks exciting issue of the newsletter of conspiracies, secrets, the paranormal and MORE - Conspiracy Journal is here once again to inflame your senses and question your beliefs.

This week Conspiracy Journal brings you such autumn-kissed stories as:

 Ogopogo Seen Again in Lake Okanagan - 
- Nikola Tesla's Secret Space Program  -
Skinwalker Ranch "Outsmarted" Investigators -
AND: Ghosts Can Chat to us on Smartphone Apps

All these exciting stories and MORE in this week's issue of

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True Sexual Encounters With ETs


The Bible says it in a “civilized way.” But the truth is that since the beginning of time otherworldly entities – no matter how you wish to identify them – have been pillaging and plundering our planet, raping our women, probing our bodies in an ungentlemanly manner, and ostensibly creating a “master race” of alien hybrids by removing the fetuses from artificially inseminated females who have been abducted by UFO occupants around the globe. The aliens then raise the “children” as their own.

The molestation's go on, and, despite the credible nature of a large percentage of such encounters, these sensationalist events are perhaps the most closely guarded secret of the UFOlogical community, for fear that such disclosure will lead to ridicule on the part of skeptics, the scientific community, the media, and a large portion of the general public, who have not been privileged to scrutinize the available data – much of which is presented in the pages of this book for the first time.

THIS IS NOT “FAKE NEWS!” But One Hundred Percent Documented . . .

These are the anal probes, the kidnapping and removal of men, women and couples from the planet for evil, inhuman purposes that often involve molestation and torture.

Some of those abducted have literally been branded and physically scarred for life. “Tattoos” have been placed on their skin, and horrific scratch and claw marks can be found on their chests and stomachs, arms, legs and breasts. Some of these markings can only be seen under florescent lighting; others can be viewed with the naked eye because they are so obvious.

Here are historical as well as some of the most recent cases of copulation with Reptilians, the handsome Nordic “Space Brothers,” the Greys, insectoids, and a host of other intergalactic stalkers – the real invaders from “Mars” – as taken from the files of some of the top researchers of our time. To paraphrase Cindy Lauper’s 80s smash pop single, there are a few space aliens who it seems are coming here because they “just want to have fun!”

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Ogopogo Seen Again in Lake Okanagan

Until this month, it had been years since anybody claimed to have seen the legendary Ogopogo — Canada’s version of the Loch Ness monster.

In the past three weeks however, there have been three sightings of the giant serpent-like animal said to dwell in the enormous and deep Lake Okanagan in British Columbia.

On Sept. 12, David Halbauer, his brother Keith and their families were enjoying a picnic at one of Lake Okanagan’s many beaches when they saw something that left them awestruck.

“When you’re sitting by the beach on a sunny day, you don’t expect to see a dinosaur come out of the water,” David Halbauer told Global News.

“I saw this black form come out of the water — cylindrical — and then roll.”

The brothers likened the animal to a “giant snake” moving across the water and said it was about 15 meters (49 feet) long.

Since that encounter, there have been two more sightings of Ogopogo, generating plenty of excitement among locals and tourists alike.

Indian legend describes a monster that would rise from the depths when storms battered the lake, but the first documented sighting of Ogopogo was in 1972.

Multiple witness accounts describe a creature with a long undulating body, several humps and a head resembling a horse.

Bill Steciuk, who lives in the nearby city of Kelowna and runs a website dedicated to the legend of Ogopogo, said he’d been left stunned by the cluster of sightings.

“There haven’t been a lot of Ogopogo sightings lately, which is the problem,” he said. “Then all of a sudden you have three in three weeks — totally amazing.”

Mr. Steniuk’s obsession with Ogopogo began in 1978, when he came to a screeching halt while driving over the Lake Okanagan floating bridge after catching a glimpse of something in the waves.

“There’s three humps in the water and a head moving towards Kelowna,” Mr. Steciuk said. “Before that, I was not a believer.”

The experience prompted Mr. Steniuk to dedicate his life to hunting for Ogopogo and he has organized numerous expeditions on the lake over the years, finding nothing.

His luck changed in 2015 when he spotted a large snakelike head popping out of the water about 150 meters (490 feet) from shore. He quickly grabbed his camera and captured an image of an odd, round object breaking through the lake’s glassy surface. He is convinced it is a photo of Ogopogo.

Mr. Steciuk believes the lake may be home to dozens of the elusive serpents.

“The theory is, that eons ago, this lake was open to the ocean,” he said.


“Mirreeulla” Hawkesbury River Monster (NSW, Australia)

The Dharruk people told European settlers of enormous water serpents known as Mirreeulla inhabiting the Hawkesbury River, north of Sydney. The creatures had long necks, large bodies and tails and were depicted in cave art. There have been hundreds of reported sightings in the past 140 years.

Champ (Lake Champlain, New York)

The first anyone heard of Champ was in 1873, when a railroad crew fled in panic after reportedly witnessing a serpent emerge from Lake Champlain. There have been more than 300 subsequent sightings.

Memphre (Lake Memphremagog, Canada)

The legend of the Memphre serpent has been around since the 19th century when Native Americans warned white settlers against swimming in the lake. There are now about eight sightings a year.

Tianchi Monster (Jilin, China)

Rumors of the Lake Tianchi monster have been around for more than a century.

In July 2002, about 200 people claimed to have seen it while sightseeing in the Chennai mountains and, despite scientific skepticism, enthusiasts have started a society dedicated to tracing the creature.

Nahuelito (Patagonia, Argentina)

Nahuelito is a lake monster reported to live in Nahuel Huapi Lake at the foot of the Patagonian mountains. Some say she is the result of nuclear experiments, others believe she may be one of the last members of an ancient dinosaur species such as a plesiosaur.

Loch Ness monster (Scotland)

Stories of Nessie date back hundreds of years but the first modern sighting of the monster was in April 1933 when a couple staying at the lakeside Drumnadrochit Hotel reported a whale-sized creature rolling about on the surface of Loch Ness. The creature is now arguably the world’s most famous lake monster.

Source: News.com.au


Nikola Tesla's Secret Space Program 
By Sean Casteel

* Just what exalted heights did the work of legendary scientist Nikola Tesla actually reach? Was he a pioneer of space travel who has already secretly taken us to Mars?

* Did an extraterrestrial race “reach out and touch” Tesla one stormy night in 1899 in Colorado, contacting him with voices from the great beyond? Did supernatural entities lead his invention process with some form of telepathy?

* The Nazis were said to have utilized a similar kind of “voice contact” in developing some of their more advanced weaponry. Is it true that beautiful blonde mediums passed along the technological secrets sent to them in séances to serve the buildup of the Nazi war machine?

* Read the comments of researcher and author Richard Dolan, who plausibly explains why all this is plausible, as well as hearing from author and radio personality Tim R. Swartz, who shares his own reasons to believe in the strange theories discussed herein.

In the tortuously tangled web of conspiracy theory, there is endlessly spun the element of fear and mistrust. Who in that shadowy realm is really in charge, and how afraid should we be of losing our freedoms – such as they are – to the ambitions of a “deep state” that operates without public scrutiny and seeks to control every aspect of our public and private lives?

And does this shadow government possess advanced forms of technology that they keep secret as they quietly go about the business of subduing the entire planet to their willful control? Have they conquered outer space and colonized the moon and even Mars under our trusting noses?

This is one of the questions tackled in “Nikola Tesla Journey To Mars Update: Exposing the Existence of the Secret Space Program,” in which certain possibilities are dealt with openly and without fear of the debunkers.

We are concerned here with the idea of a Secret Space Program and the innovators who may have made it possible. It is theorized that Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest scientists of the modern era, developed an antigravity form of propulsion that was used to go to Mars.


The book includes a Q and A I conducted with Tesla expert Tim R. Swartz, who told me of a strange statement made to him by J. Allen Hynek, the astronomer and UFO chaser who was once the lead investigator for the Air Force’s Project Blue Book. Some years after the closing of Project Blue Book, Swartz was working as a journalist for a television station in Dayton, Ohio, home to Wright Patterson Air Force Base (which is said to house the dead alien bodies recovered from the Roswell Incident, among other UFO legends) when Hynek made an appearance there.

Hynek was at the base to deliver a talk on the new exhibit of Project Blue Book artifacts and Swartz was covering the story for his television station. As Swartz was packing up his camera equipment and preparing to leave, the two men discussed television technology, which led to a further discussion on the role of Tesla in developing what would later become television.

“Hynek brought up the subject of the Tesla/Mars project,” Swartz said. “And I was like, ‘What?’ And he told me that there were files possessed by the Air Force that talked about Tesla’s attempt to send a spacecraft to Mars. Now that was all he knew about it. But he had heard, from what he said were reliable sources, that Tesla had been involved in a project that involved a group of wealthy men from the East Coast that were building an aircraft in the middle and late 1800s. And that these were the aircraft being reported during the ‘flying machine flap’ that started in California in 1896.

“Hynek told me that this was one of the reasons,” Swartz continued, “that the United States government confiscated Tesla’s notes when he died. That, and Tesla had been saying that he had invented a Death Ray and had tried to sell it to the highest bidder.”

When Tesla passed away, many of his confiscated notes and papers ended up at Wright-Patterson, where further research was being done with the material.


The wealthy group of men referred to above weren’t just pulling the new technology out of thin air – or were they? Swartz said one story has it that the men were receiving communications from a spirit medium, probably around the mid-19th century. This really opens up the possibility of a supernatural, nonhuman source for the information, an entity with a vested interest in getting mankind to Mars quickly and with no public fanfare.

“They started to get messages from spirits,” Swartz explained, “and eventually communication professing to be an intelligence from the Planet Mars. These channeled messages started feeding technological information that led to the development of early flying machines.”

Further along, in 1899, Tesla built an experimental lab in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he was hoping to learn to harness lightning as a source of electricity. Tesla began to hear strange, rhythmic radio signals on his low-frequency radio receiver. He later wrote that he was the first person to hear the sound of one planet greeting another.

“When the newspapers picked up the story,” Swartz said, “the so-called ‘Martian Messages’ created a firestorm of debate. No one had ever heard regular signals from space, and Tesla concluded that they must be from living creatures on a nearby planet, such as Mars.”

Tesla was then approached by the secret East Coast-based group, who called themselves the Aero Club and claimed they had been receiving the same mysterious radio signals as Tesla.

“Tesla’s mission was to help the Aero Club develop an aerial machine,” Swartz said, “that could fly them into space and onto Mars. Most likely, Tesla considered this group to be peopled by suicidal madmen. But obviously, after seeing the results of their earlier successful airships, Tesla could have been caught up in the enthusiasm of making such a grand project a reality.”

All this information is taken from the rare manuscript, reprinted in its entirety in “Nikola Tesla Journey To Mars Update,” and makes for fascinating reading. There is much more to the Tesla/Mars story for readers to discover on their own.


In a manner similar to the group that drafted Tesla, the Germanic mediums of the Vril Society, which consisted of beautiful blonde women that were the physical embodiment of the Aryan ideal, received advanced technological information from an extraterrestrial civilization existing light years away in the Constellation of Taurus. The transmissions held the key to constructing circular flying craft capable of traveling around the world at great speed as well as exiting the Earth’s uppermost atmospheric levels.

Many believe that some of the information gathered by the mysterious females in the early 20th century was eventually exploited by Hitler for the sake of warfare and maintaining his dictatorial authority. And, as with the Tesla story, the Nazis may have used the channeled information to actually travel to the moon and Mars on spacecraft totally unheard of by the general public in their time or our own.


So far we have presented here the bare bones of two separate Secret Space Programs, that of Nikola Tesla and the Nazis, programs shrouded in history and hidden from the world at large but nevertheless compellingly believable. But what’s happening in these terms today? Why believe in a Secret Space Program?

For that we turned to Richard Dolan, one of the most respected figures in the UFO community. In a field crowded by overzealous believers and fringe “contactees,” Dolan has firmly established a reputation as a researcher and author who relies primarily on public and proven sources, or at least sources whose background can be verified in real-world terms. He has written two very influential books on the government cover-up of the UFO phenomenon, “UFOs and the National Security State,” Volumes One and Two, that provide thorough research into the history of the clandestine, black budget response of the US military and intelligence community to the alien presence.

We asked Dolan, why should we believe in a Secret Space Program?

One crucial factor, according to Dolan, is the many anomalous events witnessed by both American and Soviet astronauts beginning in the mid-1960s. We also have the evidence of what are known as DSP satellites, or Defense Support Program satellites.

“These are a series of geosynchronous satellites in Earth orbit,” Dolan explained, “that have a long record of tracking ‘fast-walkers’ in space. That is, objects that are like a space UFO.”

Dolan said that from 1973 to 1991, nearly 300 “unknowns” were recorded by the DSP satellites, a number of which were really bizarre. For example, around 1984, one of the special satellites recorded an object that approached it very closely and then ominously moved away into deep space. The information comes to us almost by accident. A friend of Dolan’s who worked for many years at an aerospace company received mistakenly, but not illegally, a printout of some DSP “fast-walker” events.

Dolan said his point is a simple one.

“You’ve got those events and quite a few others that are intriguing,” Dolan said, “and which tell me there is something going on in Earth’s orbit that’s not being officially explained. It would seem to me very logical that just as there would be a covert monitoring of the UFO phenomenon within Earth’s atmosphere and on the ground and so forth, if there are anomalous activities going on in space, then clearly you would want an agency to monitor that as well, to deal with it. And that would necessitate the creation of a very clandestine component to the U.S. space program.”

But what about some of the wilder claims, like our having traveled to the moon and Mars in secret? Dolan says he has spoken to people he considers credible who affirm that there is a secret program connected with the moon. Concerning Mars, he says he’s never gotten anything that would allow him to say confidently one way or the other, but, he added, he would not be shocked to learn that we had traveled to Mars by the means of recovered alien technology.

“Every conclusion in science,” he said, “is provisional and contingent on more information coming your way.”

Dolan also has opinions on the Nazis ability to travel to the stars.

“The Nazis were quite sophisticated,” he said, “in their science of what we would call ‘flying saucer technology.’ We now know this.”

But Dolan also cautions that those who believe that UFOs are all a product of Nazi technology need to do a little more research into the phenomenon itself. UFOs were sighted long before the Nazis came to power in the 1930s, and the fact remains that UFOs may be piloted by nonhuman entities of no particular political stripe.

“It’s either a very, very clandestine human intelligence that exists as a longstanding secret society – of course we need to find their manufacturing plant and where the hell they’re located – or we’re dealing with nonhumans here that are interacting with Planet Earth. I actually think the latter theory is more likely, but there certainly is a clandestine human power structure. I don’t dispute that.”


How could such powerful technology exist right under our oblivious noses? Who could keep things like traveling to Mars a secret? Dolan answers by way of something he calls a “Breakaway Civilization.”

“I think that this is something that is real,” he said. “Now, my theory of it is that it originated in post-World War II society, but there’s nothing preventing such a thing from having happened earlier. The basic idea of the ‘Breakaway Civilization’ is simply that you have a secret group, a classified group of people, with access to radically advanced technology, radically advanced science, and they just don’t share it with the rest of the world. One scientific breakthrough leads to another, and that leads to another and so on. So the next thing you know, you’ve got a separate group of humanity that is far beyond the rest of the world.”

Dolan compared the situation to our own “official” world history of 200 years ago, for example, when the level of technology achieved by Europe was contrasted with, say, Central Africa.

“You’re talking about two vastly different ways understanding the world,” Dolan said. “So, really, what is the difficulty in understanding that a classified, secret, scientific community would make radical breakthroughs that they wouldn’t share? I don’t think it’s outrageous, and I do think this has happened since World War II. Now, one of the breakthroughs they’ve made is what we would call ‘antigravity technology.’ Could this have happened in the 19th century? I don’t think it’s impossible, in theory.”

Dolan confessed that he sometimes speculated privately that such a secret breakaway group has existed since ancient times. Some of history’s most puzzling mysteries, like the Great Pyramid of Giza or Machu Picchu, don’t make a lot of sense in architectural terms in the context of human society in their given eras.

“I wonder if this was a human construct at the time,” Dolan queried, “and what human civilization are we talking about here? So I leave open the possibility that some great secret would be understood by a very small, elect group of people. They would want to hide this from the rest of the world for obvious reasons – power, and just not wanting to share.”

Was Nikola Tesla one of the hidden few who kept his scientific advances a closely guarded secret? Did he lead his clandestine group of wealthy patrons on a trip to Mars with antigravity technology that he barely understood himself? Did some off-world civilization telepathically implant space-faring technology into Tesla or the Vril group? Was our current space age jump-started by messages given to mediums during extraterrestrial séances?

In the absence of publicly available, irrefutable, absolute proof, one can only speculate, as Richard Dolan makes clear. It all seems a little “beyond” us mere mortals, something our minds could not conjure independently. But if the knowledge of this secret group eventually takes us to the stars, we will surely find whatever guiding force – or breakaway civilization – has summoned us to join them.

Source: Spectral Vision


Mysterious "Ghost" Radio Emission from Space

Astronomers have revealed the night sky could be full of 'ghost' objects.

Researchers spotted an extremely bright source of radio emissions that blazed into existence in the 1990s and then faded out over next 25 years.

The say the objects could be commonplace.

Casey Law, an assistant research astronomer in the Department of Astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley, is leading the search to scour vast amounts of data in search of bright objects that disappear, never to be seen again.     

Based on the extreme brightness of the radio source and the type of galaxy in which the flare-up occurred, he believes the find was the afterglow of the explosion of a massive star.

This would have emitted an undetected long-duration gamma-ray burst.

These are among the most intense flashes in the universe because much of their explosive energy is in a tight beam, rather like the light from a lighthouse.

'We believe we are the first to find evidence for gamma-ray bursts that could not be detected with a gamma-ray telescope,' said Law, an assistant research astronomer in the Department of Astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley.

He says the strange 'orphan' signals could be relatively common.

'These are known as 'orphan' gamma-ray bursts, and many more such orphan GRBs are expected in new radio surveys that are now underway.'

Gamma-ray bursts, such as that detected last year accompanying gravitational waves from the merger of two neutron stars, are rarely seen because the source of the gamma rays - a relativistic jet of material emerging from the explosive merger - must be pointing directly at Earth.

Perhaps only one in 100 explosions can be seen from Earth by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, for example.

The fact that these explosions are followed by a decades-long radio afterglow provides a way for astronomers to find the rest of these explosive events, not just those heralded by a gamma-ray burst.

Finding many more gamma-ray bursts will help astronomers find out more about the massive stellar explosions that generate them, and what's left behind.

Law believes the explosion produces a rapidly spinning and highly magnetized neutron star, known as a magnetar.

The surrounding matter emits intense radio waves that slowly fade away, during which time the magnetar spins down and occasionally emits fast radio bursts, creating another 'ghost' event.  

The radio source (FIRST J141918.9+394036), now too faint to show up in sky surveys but still detectable by large radio telescopes, was a bright spot in a radio survey of the sky conducted in the early 1990s by the Very Large Array in New Mexico.

It was on a par with the brightest radio sources in the universe: quasars and active galactic nuclei fueled by stars and gas falling into the massive black holes in the cores of galaxies.

'We thought, 'That was weird," Law said.

'Its peak brightness in the '90s was quite high, so it was a big, big change: about a factor of 50 decrease in brightness. We basically went through every radio survey, every radio dataset we could find, every archive in the world to piece together the story of what happened to this thing.'

He and his colleagues discovered 10 other sets of radio observations of that area of the sky, in the constellation Boötes, that allowed them to document the object's appearance and disappearance.

They concluded that the radio emissions first reached Earth in 1992 or 1993, though their first detection was around the source's peak brightness in 1994.

It then faded away over a period of 23 years. It was fainter in a 2010 survey and barely visible in 2015. It was invisible in a 2017 Very Large Array Sky Survey.

The mystery object is located inside a dwarf galaxy 284 million light years from Earth that is still forming stars: a special environment that has previously been associated with fast radio bursts and, independently, gamma-ray bursts and the formation of magnetars.

This led Law to conclude that the radio emissions from the dwarf galaxy were the 25-year-long afterglow from the explosion of a massive star, perhaps more than 40 times the mass of the sun, which would have produced a long gamma-ray burst that went undetected. Most GRBs last less than a minute.

One theory is that the resulting magnetar, because of its high rotation rate and huge magnetic fields, emits periodic fast radio bursts - each just a millisecond long - as it winds down to a run-of-the-mill pulsar.

Source: The Daily Mail

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Skinwalker Ranch "Outsmarted" Investigators
By Alejandro Rojas

The recent documentary Hunt for the Skinwalker chronicles disturbing paranormal occurrences that allegedly took place on a remote ranch in the Uintah Valley of Utah. A book of the same name, which covered the results of an extensive scientific investigation of the ranch, inspired the movie. However, the documentary further reveals that the Department of Defense primarily funded the study. In essence, this was the real X-Files.

The 2005 book Hunt for the Skinwalker: Science Confronts the Unexplained at a Remote Ranch in Utah was co-authored by Las Vegas-based investigative reporter George Knapp and biochemist Colm Kelleher. Kelleher works for Robert Bigelow, the owner of Budget Suites of America and Bigelow Aerospace.

Bigelow has had a lifelong interest in the paranormal, and Kelleher has led several Bigelow-funded paranormal investigations, including the study of the ranch in Utah, which has been named by locals the Skinwalker Ranch. The term Skinwalker originates from a Native-American legend of a malevolent shape-changing witch some believe wanders the vicinity of the ranch.

According to Kelleher, during their multi-year study, the scientists did experience strange and often terrifying paranormal activity. However, it alluded their cameras and recording devices and always seemed to be one step ahead of the researchers. The phenomenon outsmarted them claims Kelleher.

At a recent showing of his soon-to-be-released documentary, filmmaker Jeremy Corbell told Den of Geek the phenomena reported at the ranch “range from UFOs to creatures to poltergeist-like activity, to cattle mutilations to all sorts of just bizarre phenomena that seem to be outside of what we call consensus reality.”

“It really, truly is like a paranormal Disneyland,” says Corbell.

Knapp also attended the film screening and told Den of Geek he is happy they can finally share the story in a documentary format.

“It's very satisfying, because I started working on the Skinwalker Ranch as a documentary product long before there was a book project in mind, and we had to stop it," says Knapp. “And then, along the way, we continued to collect footage and didn't really know if it would ever see the light of day. And finally, 18 years later, it did.”

Knapp is no stranger to breaking big paranormal related news stories. He is responsible for putting Area 51 on the map.

In the late 1980s, Knapp broke the story of a man named Bob Lazar who claimed to work at a secret base in the desert outside of Las Vegas back-engineering alien spacecraft. Knapp’s interviews with Lazar lead to the United State’s most secret base to also become one of the most famous. Even after Knapp’s reporting made Area 51 a household name, the US government did not officially acknowledge its existence until 2013.

Now Knapp’s reporting has revealed that the Pentagon’s secret UFO program the New York Times exposed in an article in December 2017 has its roots at Skinwalker Ranch.

“The New York Times put out the story in December of last year, about AATIP [the Pentagon UFO study],” Knapp explained. “And they sort of conflated some of the facts. The 22 million dollars that they allege funded AATIP, actually went to AAWSAP, the program that basically funded [Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies], that funded the study of Skinwalker Ranch and funded a much broader discussion, much broader than just UFOs. What we'd call paranormal activity.”

“I hope to clarify that there wasn't just one Pentagon program, there were two,” says Knapp.

“People have not understood that connection,” adds Corbell. “This is the most studied paranormal hotspot in history, not only by private industry but also by the United States Government, by the Defense Intelligence Agency.”

“That connection and the ranch being the hub, the center, the beginning and the reason for that 22 million dollars has not been expressed to the public,” Corbell continued. “Our film expresses that, and it also shows in the bonus features, very much in-depth, those connections and how that occurred. So this is a movie, but it's also a historic moment where we get to break the news.”

Knapp says he hopes the documentary achieves what they set out to accomplish with the book.

“We hoped that we'd sort of change the paradigm,” Knapp explains. “It's that the UFO mystery is not just about flying saucers and things in the sky, it's about a lot more different kinds of phenomena that happen in association with it. That there is some kind of a connection between these different stovepipes of paranormal activity, and I hope that people start thinking of it in that way.”

Corbell adds that he feels it is time society faces what he says is real paranormal activity.

“These events and the history of what happened at this ranch, it really bends the imagination, but it's real. It's true,” Corbell stresses. “It happened. And that's something that you and I gotta deal with. And we should explore it because it's fascinating."

Source: Den of Geeks


The Lair of the Beasts: Monsters of the Skies

Whenever the subject of monster-hunting is brought up in conversation, there’s always a tendency to think that such things solely revolve around long treks into deep woods in search of Bigfoot and other hairy man-beasts, and expeditions to the shores of places like Loch Ness on quests for long-necked water-beasts.
But that’s not always the case. Sometimes, chasing monsters involves something far simpler: merely looking up.
Yep: we’re talking about giant birds, rumors of still-living pterodactyls, and even sightings of creatures similar to those portrayed in Stan Lee’s Harpies.
No-one can say that the subject of crypto-zoology is a dull one!
Without doubt, the most famous aerial beast that straddles the world of monster-hunting and the genre of on-screen entertainment is surely the Mothman of Point Pleasant, West Virginia: a truly sinister, glowing-eyed creature that terrorized the town in the 1960s, and that was immortalized in the 2002 movie starring Richard Gere: The Mothman Prophecies.
But Mothman has its rivals – and they can be found soaring around the skies just about here, there and everywhere.
Britain, for example, is home to the Owlman – a beast eerily similar to the Mothman, and which has for decades reputedly haunted the woods of Mawnan in the ancient county of Cornwall.
Jonathan Downes, who runs the British-based Center for Fortean Zoology (named after Charles Fort – an early 20th century chronicler of all-things-weird) spent years chasing the Owlman and tracking down witnesses to its activities.
Like so many of these monsters of the air, however, the Owlman has remained frustratingly elusive.
Then there’s the bat-winged, gargoyle-type creature seen flying over the English town of Glastonbury (the rumored resting place of King Arthur, no less), late one night in 2000.
Admittedly obsessed by the beast, the witness, a man named Colin Perks, went broke and nearly lost his mind trying to solve the puzzle of the Glastonbury gargoyle – such is the effect that encounters of the truly monstrous kind can have on people when they find themselves plunged into the domain of the beasts.
And let us not forget Popobawa: a creature eerily similar to that described by Perks and whose alleged nocturnal attacks on the populace sent shockwaves all across Zanzibar in 1995.
While there are a number of monster-hunters who have tried to resolve the mystery of what these many and varied winged-things might be, perhaps no-one knows more about the controversy than Ken Gerhard.
A good friend of mine who lives in San Antonio and who fronts the industrial rock band, Bozo Porno Circus, Gerhard is the author of the book Big Bird! Modern Sightings of Flying Monsters, and has traveled extensively in search of countless sky-beasts, including the Thunderbird: a giant bird that features heavily in Native American Indian lore; and even creatures that sound suspiciously like surviving flying dinosaurs: pterosaurs.

Gerhard says: “During the summer of 2003, I became aware of a weird, winged beast that had been spotted mere miles from my home in Texas, and I was instantly swept into an investigation that would take me south to the Mexican border.
“Three decades earlier, Texas’ Rio Grande Valley had been the site of well-publicized events that revolved around a nightmarish creature described as being charcoal black and as tall as a man, with bat-like wings twenty feet across.”
Gerhard admits that “there are no recognized birds, either native to Texas, or indeed anywhere else, that can claim a twenty-foot wingspan. There were, however, such creatures in the distant past: animals that resembled flying dragons ruled the skies for nearly two hundred million years before disappearing into extinction.”
With this latter point in mind, Gerhard asks an intriguing question: “But are they really extinct?”
One monster-pterosaur that would certainly fit the bill was Quetzalcoaltus northropi, a huge creature with a whopping forty-foot wingspan.
Of course, mainstream zoologists and archaeologists scoff at the very idea that in some of the more remote corners of our planet such immense beasts just might still thrive. But try telling that to the countless witnesses to such creatures – and try telling it to Ken Gerhard, too.
So, if pterosaurs do still exist, then where are they hiding? Gerhard has a few ideas:
“It does seem within reason that a group of these animals could populate remote parts of Mexico’s unexplored mountains, or the marshes and jungles of Central America. There are native traditions and ancient engravings in Mexico that support the continued existence of such an animal. And an elderly settler in the Yucatan told an acquaintance of mine that prehistoric-animals could still be found living within its rainforests.”
And, with that in mind, if late one night you find yourself on some lonely stretch of road and hear above you the beating of what sounds like immense wings, don’t say I didn’t warn you!

Source: Mania


Mystery Object Washes Ashore on Seabrook Island

The huge round body was found on a beach on Seabrook Island, South Carolina, and featured in a Facebook post by Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network (LMMN)

It said: "Look at this mysterious object that washed ashore in Seabrook Island today! What do you think it is?"

The post was inundated with theories about what it is.

Jennifer Passantino posted: “I saw it this morning on my walk.

“I assume it was a buoy, but could also be the remains of an alien spaceship.”

Many said it looked like part of a space capsule or satellite debris, and some speculated it could be a rocket nozzle from the space shuttle Challenger that blew up about 30 years ago.

Many social media users said it looks like a piece of a mooring buoy or a dredge pipe float used in the removal of sediments and debris from the bottom of lakes and rivers.

One commenter said the object appears to be made of concrete, but the Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network said it is "foam-like" and "easily floated in".

The mystery was whisked away by town leaders, according to LMMN.

Source: ABC News 4


Ghosts Can Chat to us on Smartphone Apps

Kim Johnson, a paranormal investigator from Alabama, US, said modern ghost-busting tech can help pinpoint hauntings.

The ghost fanatic said she got into spirits in 2008 after she moved into a “haunted” house.

Kim describes herself as “pretty logical and skeptical” but believes “there’s sometimes things you experience that you have no other explanation for”.

She said: “The first thing we do if someone thinks they’re having paranormal activity is, using an EMF (electromagnetic field) meter, I determine if there’s an electrical issue in the house.

“If you don’t have an EMF meter to detect these different electromagnetic waves, then there are apps that have that built in.

“One of the apps is made by Laxton Ghosts; they’re some researchers out of Sweden.

“That app has several tools in it, and I find that one useful because it’s built by genuine researchers and not people who are just trying to have fun or make an app that’s kind of a joke.”

She added that High EMF ratings are linked to hallucinations and paranoia — so the first thing to do is “rule out the paranormal”.

Rookie paranormal investigators can now also call upon the aid of a teddy bear with an EMF meter built in.

BooBuddy bear comes dressed in an uncanny boiler suit and glows red if it detects electric fields.

Kim said: “We were standing out in the middle of the woods of this mining village and the bear’s belly starts glowing red.

“We ruled out that there was anything electrical around to cause it to do that.

“One of the people with us said she felt like there was a little girl holding her hand.

“She was holding BooBuddy in one arm and then the other felt like a little girl was holding her hand. It has recorded questions inside of it.

“We’ve used that some but not with a lot of luck — at least not yet. But it does seem to attract childlike spirits.”

There are also “spirit box” apps that play white noise which ghosts can use to “communicate real-time”.

Kim said: “The theory goes that spirits can manipulate that white noise to communicate with us — real-time, where we can hear them.

“We can ask questions, and they hopefully will respond.

“My favourite spirit box app that I’m using right now is SonoX10, which is one of those apps that just has a sound bank; there’s also a SonoX12 for people on Android.”

Kim added that sometimes she explains to spirits she wants to chat with “how to use all the various equipment”.

“Some of my friends would kind of giggle at me because I felt the need to do this,” she said.

“Supposedly once you’ve passed on and you’re on the other side, you’re kind of all-knowing and you don’t need those explanations, but I still explain it anyway.”

Source: The Daily Star

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