Paranormal News

It’s Halloween time and the scare is in the air. Here is a culmination of stories or experiences that will give you goosebumps. There are more to come so check back often to get your scare on. Thank you to the contributors for their super scary stories. Good rainy morning, My Spooky Story: I was
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In 2015, Dr. David M. Jacobs’ book, Walking Among Us: The Alien Plan to Control Humanity, was published. As the title alone suggests, this is an extremely controversial book. Although it is heavily focused on so-called “alien abductees,” it is not actually about abduction events, at all. Rather, its focus is on how abductees are
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 US CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER:ALIEN SPECIMENS FROM UFO CRASHHELD AT WALTER REED ​ OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2022     World-famous Walter Reed is the nation’s premier Military Medical Center. Established in 1909, it is named after a pioneering US Army physician and pathologist. Situated on 113 acres in Washington, DC, it may also be the location that houses
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Halloween comes once a year, but there are haunted stories that last deep inside our souls all year long. This is one example of a spin-tingling story written by Wray Williams when he was a young man. Hollywood Entertainment News hopes you enjoy this story as much as we did. Wharlon Notch was not known
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A close-up of Stonehenge in Salisbury, England Atlantide Phototravel via Getty Images Thousands of years ago—and thousands of miles apart—the people of what are now Britain and Japan both created elaborate stone circles set up to interact with the solstices and to house remains of the dead. A new exhibition at Stonehenge highlights compelling parallels
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In Japanese folk traditions, they symbolize departing souls or silent, ardent love. Some Indigenous cultures in the Peruvian Andes view them as the eyes of ghosts. And across various Western cultures, fireflies, glow-worms and other bioluminescent beetles have been linked to a dazzling and at times contradictory array of metaphoric associations: “childhood, crop, doom, elves,
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Julia Mossbridge, PhD Sep 12 · 19 min read 3D heatmaps from the 2018 report✎ EditSign✎ EditSign✎ EditSign✎ EditSign✎ EditSign✎ EditSign✎ EditSign✎ EditSign by Powell et al., “2013 Aguadilla Puerto Rico UAP: The detailed analysis of an Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon captured by the Department of Homeland Security,” p. 39. Let’s say you’re a talented engineer,
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 Background Oke Shannon’s name came to prominence with the unveiling of the document titled “EWD notes”, aka “The Wilson/Davis document” in mid 2019. In these notes, purportedly written by physcist Dr. Eric Davis, was a description of an alleged meeting, between Davis and the past immediate (1999-July 2002) Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Director, Vice Admiral
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[embedded content] I’m frankly ashamed that I’ve only just recently learned about the Battle of Blythe Road, an actual real-life magical duel between WB Yeats and Aleister Crowley that ended triumphantly when Yeats dropped the magic act and just kicked Crowley down the stairs. As future Yeats biographer Richard Ellman explained in a 1948 edition
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For more than a decade, scientists have spotted weird radio signals in space that flash for a fraction of a second with an intense brightness that hints at mysterious and energetic sources. Dozens of these fast radio bursts, or FRBs, have been discovered—including one-off bursts and FRBs that emit multiple flashes, sometimes in clockwork patterns—yet
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The sober pages of “Scientific American” are among the last places where you expect to find a slice of The Weird, but on at least one occasion, that’s exactly what happened, courtesy of the following letter which appeared in the December 18, 1886 issue: The following brief account of a recent strange meteorological occurrence may
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It’s easy to imagine a spacewalk being trippy or even jaw-droppingly frightening, but for one American astronaut it was nothing short of religious. In an interview with Kingsport, Tennessee’s Times-News paper, astronaut Barry “Butch” Wilmore described a spiritual experience he felt while fixing an issue on the outside of the International Space Station during his third
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In 1978, the USS Stein, a US Navy frigate, suddenly had an emergency that resulted in an immediate reroute to its home base – the radar system responsible for identifying submarine threats suddenly went unserviceable (US). The Stein headed for land and reached dry dock so that the engineers could examine the fault, which likely laid
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Six years ago, Russian president Vladimir Putin appointed a new chief of staff, Anton Vaino. Before his promotion to the upper echelons of the Kremlin, Vaino had served as a diplomat, as well as writing a number of journal articles on economics and society (he is said to have a masters in economics). One of
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An AAWSAP manager hangs radioactive laundry on the line (again) It’s nothing, man, just a flesh wound — it’ll scab over. I just need to clear my mind. The bogeyman has been in our heads since childhood, since the Pleistocene bonfires, when the first storytellers warned us not to wander too far, too deep, too
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Faced with an impossible puzzle, lab monkeys in a recent experiment showed unflappable resolve: They continued to guess what they thought must be the correct responses, even when rewards were doled out at random or in ways meant to disincentivize the animals from sticking to their guns. In short, the monkeys’ spuriously learned convictions—their seeming
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