Monday, September 27, 2010
In Strange Locations: Steve Mera is invited along on UPIA's 3DESP Training Session. Steve Wagner discusses Poltergeist Levitation. Scariest moments. Nick Pope talks UFOs and how the Government ordered pilots to shoot them down. Kirst D'Raven explains the Pagan Fire Festival and P. Leach tries to save a haunted windmill. Pantom Hitchhikers and UK Government release new batch of UFO documents. All this plus the latest UK crop circles and Para-News!...
Dont forget to visit the new Phenomena Magazine website for updates and much more.
The CFZ are reasonably well known for our animal rescue activities, but Richard has led us into strange new territories by rescuing a dalek!
As you know, Oll has been working on the archiving project since early February 2009 and he is now working on a general mish-mash of a section known as `General Forteana`. This 26th collection once again really is a collection of completely uncategoriseable stuff, including the the wife of a carnival freakshow dude called `Lobsterboy` taking out a contract killer against him, an idiot putting a loaded handgun in the oven by mistake, a ghostly Bee Gee, and the meteor thieves of Buenos Aires. It doesn't get much better than this. Good stuff.
On this day in 1978 pope John Paul I died in his sleep. Some people believe that the pope's death was no accident and linked to the Mafia, the KGB or Freemasons. Other than there being Mafia involvement in the Vatican church at the time (see, I think, the 13th of April's YNT on the strange death of God's banker for more on this) most of the conspiracy theories don't have a shred of evidence to back them up, but if you want to read more there is actually a Wikipedia page on this:
And now, the news:
Rare sighting of egret near Inverness
Snap of a shutter confirms bobcat sighting in Bost...
Unidentified object in water: China's 'Nessie' or ...
Narendrapur bird sighting
Great Gray Owl
Cameron Lake Monster Mystery Expanding
One of the most skin-crawling things to come out of the last general election campaign (do-you-see-what-I-did-there?):
Good lord, I honestly do think I may vomit.