Archive: July, 2011

Expert: The Loch Ness Monster May Be More Fact Than Fiction

I’ve been saying this for years, and it takes Naish to speak out to get traction. All means to an end I suppose, but I do firmly believe there is something big living in the Loch. The 2007 Gordon Holmes film should be proof enough of that, not to mention the handful of other truly good films […]

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Chinese villagers mistake atrophied ape for alien

This ape made a monkey of Chinese villagers who feared it was a visitor from another world. Locals panicked when Mao Xiping, a housewife from the village of Gezhai, in Henan province, central China, found the scraggy simian stealing cucumbers from her flat. She thought it was a harmless rabbit, until she noticed it had […]

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Crop Circle Appears Overnight at Stonehenge

Breaking News: A massive scale crop circle appeared yesterday morning, completely constructed overnight, in the area directly adjacent to Britain’s oldest pre-historic monument. The huge 200ft diameter crop circle appeared in a field of wheat alongside Stonehenge    Yesterday’s dramatic design is just another in a recent rash of crop circles to have appeared in Wiltshire recently, […]

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Controversy surrounds “intelligent comet”

Top US Space Expert Issues Catastrophic Warning On Comet Elenin A grim warning was issued this past week by the former NASA consultant and noted US space expert Richard C. Hoagland that the newly discovered comet named Elenin, designated C/2010 X1, that is fast approaching our Sun is under“intelligent control” and heralds a warningto all humanity of a great Globalcatastrophe […]

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High school principal hypnotized, cast spells on students

A Florida high school principal defied school orders to stop hypnotizing students and lied about casting spells on two students who later committed suicide and another who perished in a car crash, according to a report. Investigators found that North Port High School Principal George Kenney hypnotized up to 75 people, including students, staff and […]

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