The seventh person connected to the discovery of a prehistoric man found in the Alps has died, adding to the legend of a curse behind the ancient warrior.
That a 63-year-old man should die of natural causes would normally raise few eyebrows. But when that man was a scientist connected to the discovery of a 5,300-year-old frozen corpse known as Oetzi the Iceman -- and the seventh such person to die within a year -- talk about a curse is inevitable. Read more
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Seven people connected to the discovery of Oetzi the Iceman have now died - within a year.
Monday, July 29, 2013
Why do some people only have bad luck? Is it in their stars, or is there another explanation?
Most of us probably are familiar with Job, the Biblical character whose faith was deliberately tested with misfortunes.
First, marauders stole his oxen and donkeys, and killed his servants. Then, a wind swept in and collapsed his house, killing his sons and daughters. If that wasn’t enough, he then was afflicted with painful sores from the soles of his feet to the crown of his head.
Things got so bad for Job that at one point, he even cursed the day of his birth. “Sighing has become my daily food,” he wailed. “My groans pour out like water.”
Job had it pretty rough, but he hasn’t been the only one. Plenty of others throughout history have been plagued by successive calamities. Read more
Friday, July 26, 2013
After more than a decade of research, author Lee Brickley claims to have solved the mystery of the Pig Man.
Deep in the woods of Cannock Chase, England, where sunlight doesn't venture and animals don't frolic, there is one creature that roams: The Pig-Man.
In a town also known for its frequent werewolf sightings, Cannock Chase has a long history of eerie happenings, according to the BBC. As early as the 1940s, the Pig-Man -- a half-human, half-swine, and full terror of a creature -- has allegedly been seen by those brave (or perhaps dumb) enough to venture into the woods. Witnesses recall a human body in tattered clothes, a distorted face, an unmistakable snout and the shrill squealing of the Pig-Man heard miles away.
And now one man has reportedly solved the mystery of the nightmarish Pig-Man. Read more
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
The footage in this video was submitted to Legends Beware on July 12, 2013. The cameraman claims to have been five miles north of Blue Ridge, Georgia, when he captured the footage.
Monday, July 22, 2013
Physicist Eric Davis explains why scientists won't discuss their UFO interests.
For a very long time, the scientific community has been wary of studying UFOs, and the scientists themselves hesitate to talk about their beliefs of unexplained aerial phenomena.
But that attitude is changing, and many scientists are joining the discussion without fear of ridicule.
"UFOs are real phenomena. They are artificial objects under intelligent control. They're definitely the craft of a supremely advanced technology," says physicist Eric Davis, a researcher of light-speed travel. Read more
Friday, July 19, 2013
Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell says the government UFO cover-up must end.
On Feb. 5, 1971, Edgar Mitchell became the sixth of only 12 men to step on the moon. Of that elite dozen, which included Buzz Aldrin and the late Neil Armstrong 44 years ago this week, Mitchell is the only one to go on record about his controversial belief in extraterrestrial UFOs -- and of a possible government cover-up. Read more
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Former New York Knicks player Baron Davis told the hosts of "The Champs Podcast" that he made a visit to a flying saucer while driving through the desert from Las Vegas to L.A.
It was a close encounter of the hoops kind.
Former Knicks player Baron Davis says he was “actually abducted by aliens.”
The basket-case baller told the hosts of “The Champs Podcast” that he crossed into his own personal twilight zone while driving “like two weeks ago.” Read more
Monday, July 15, 2013
A paranormal investigator defines the four basic types of hauntings.
Movies, TV and even books can make you forget your rational thought when confronted with something you cannot readily explain. We always recommend trying to find the causes to things you may hear or see before considering a place to be haunted. If after investigating you cannot explain things still, here is a quick reference guide for the classifications of a haunting. Note: We do not recommend doing paranormal investigations on your own residence unless you know what you're doing. You can mistakenly and unknowingly make things a lot worse. Read more
Friday, July 12, 2013
Veterinarian Melba S. Ketchum claims that Bigfoot is a human-ape hybrid.
Bigfoot is real. At least that's what veterinarian Melba S. Ketchum claims after a five-year study of more than 100 DNA samples that she believes comes from the elusive hairy beast.
Under Ketchum's direction at DNA Diagnostics in Nacogdoches, Texas, a team of researchers has concluded that the creature may be a human relative that somehow developed around 15,000 years ago as a result of a hybrid cross between Homo sapiens with an unknown primate. Read more
Friday, July 5, 2013
Ever so often a scientist pops up to offer a "scientific" explanation for a paranormal phenomenon - that doesn't actually address the phenomenon. This seems to be one of those since Loch Ness Monster sightings are not just of "bubbles" but of a large creature.
Legendary beast, or harmless geological activity? That is the question raised after a scientist's surprising theory about the Loch Ness Monster resurfaced recently.
Italian geologist Luigi Piccardi first floated his theory in 2001, telling a meeting of colleagues organized by the Geological Society of London and the Geological Society of America that seismic activity may underlie the majority of supposed monster sightings around the Scottish lake from which the fabled creature takes its name. Read more
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Should all orbs be dismissed as dust particles or insects? What if investigators are missing out on a great opportunity to examine something that may be possibly be of paranormal origin?
It was not too long ago the status quo was that orbs in pictures were of paranormal origin. Stances changed considerably since then when the normal culprits of orb pictures became known, causing believing in orbs to be faux pas.
With debunkers eagerly patting themselves on the back and smirking contemptuously at those who still believed, they fell into the common trap that ensnares many a bloated head: dealing in absolutes when it comes to the paranormal. And it would be quite foolish indeed to believe that all orbs in pictures are explainable when dealing with a "field" in which there are too many variables and unknowns.
That is after all, a fair definition of the paranormal. Read more
Monday, July 1, 2013
Were the Phoenix Lights a test by some advanced civilization to see if ours is ready to accept the disclosure and revelation of their existence?
Featured in multiple documentaries, the Phoenix lights of 1997 are widely known and renowned as one of the most witnessed UFO events. To this day, there is no sound explanation for what occurred, and it seems like it will stay that way considering how much time has passed and attention lost. The official explanation from military and government authorities was that the lights were test flares being dropped during a military drill.
Nonetheless, the details are not as important to this article as is the following. If one were to accept for a moment the hypothetical scenario in which the massive aircraft was of extraterrestrial origin and did in fact fly as low and as far as it did with so many witnesses watching; what would be the motive? Read more