Paranormal News

Tales of an alleged, massive, multi-leveled underground base at the town of Dulce, New Mexico abound. Largely, the stories began during the controversial saga of Paul Bennewitz, a scientist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the time. We’re talking about roughly from 1979 to the mid-1980s. Bennewitz was subjected to a wave of UFO-themed disinformation
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Replicability Crisis and Psi Research The replicability crisis has been illustrated by the results of nine experiments conducted by Bem (2011) and reported in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology as supporting the existence of precognition. As Romero (2019) explains “although the finding persuaded very few scientists, the controversy engendered mistrust in the ways
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There are many theories as to how the coronavirus entered the White House and infected dozens of people, including the President of the United States. One group not involved with debates, rallies, hospital stays and the like is suddenly getting an unusual amount of attention due to the date the president’s first positive test for
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By Tim Binnall In response to a growing furor surrounding their decision to sell Ouija Boards at an incredibly low price, a chain of discount stores in England have pulled the controversial items from shelves. The British equivalent to an American dollar store, Poundland made headlines last week when it was discovered that their seasonal
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The U.S. Navy recently admitted that, indeed, strangely behaving objects caught on video by jet pilots over the years are genuine head-scratchers. There are eyewitness accounts not only from pilots but from radar operators and technicians, too.  In August, the Navy established an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Task Force to investigate the nature and origin
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Are we alone in the universe? It’s a question whose answer—whether it’s yes or no—would philosophically and scientifically rock our world to the core. To find out, scientists have long been turning powerful radio telescopes to the cosmos. The theory is that, like us, other intelligent species are perhaps broadcasting radio signals with the distinctly
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“If they had been called upon by the president to launch [the nukes] they couldn’t have done it.” Former U.S. Senator Harry Reid – known for instituting the secret Advanced Aerospace Weapon Systems Applications Program (AAWSAP) in the Defense Department to study UFOs and unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP) – appears in a newly-released documentary on
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Photographic oddities are not uncommon – particularly nowadays when there are any number of ways that photographs can be manipulated. They are also easily debunked. Fifty years ago, however, people were much more willing to suspend disbelief, particularly if the picture chimed with themes of the day. So it was with the picture of the
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Western Europeans fully integrated merpeople into their cultural, religious, artistic and imperialist mindset during the Renaissance (1450–1700). Cities like Venice, Genoa and London fostered thriving art scenes that overflowed with representations of mermaids and tritons, while Christians seemed to carve more merpeople into their cathedral walls every year. Writers, artists and explorers, meanwhile, labored in
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George M. Eberhart describes himself as a librarian, cryptozoologist, historian, researcher, and Fortean. He recently published something very noteworthy. After an effort of many years, I have prepared a comprehensive timeline of UFO history that will be useful to UFO researchers and historians. “UFOs and Intelligence” is an up-to-date retrospective of UFO history (from Agobard
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