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At least 50 dogs have leapt to their deaths from a 50ft ‘suicide bridge’ – and nobody knows why. Animal psychologists are baffled by the bizarre phenomenon that has seen up to 600 dogs jump off the bridge for no apparent reason. Explanations range from the curious canines being over-excited, to ghosts haunting the century-old bridge next to Gothic castle Overtoun House. Some locals in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, even claim it could be the spirit of the ‘White Lady of Overtoun’ who has been sighted there for over 100 years.
Religious and philosophy teacher Paul Owens told the Sun: “I was standing there two years ago when I felt a firm, hard prod that felt like a finger. “Something or someone was trying to push me over the bridge too, just like the dogs.” In 1994 Kevin Moy threw his baby son to his death and later tried to kill himself at the same spot, it was reported. A sign now warns dog owners of the “dangerous bridge” reading: “Please keep your dogs on a lead.” The tragic pets mostly jump from the same side, in clear weather and are breeds with long snouts.
Another, more scientific, theory suggests minks below are responsible for attracting dogs with their powerful musk scent.
Three-year-old Cassie is one of the few dogs to survive the fall. She was being walked by her owner Alice Trevorrow and her son Thomas when the springer spaniel suddenly leapt from the 50ft high bridge for no apparent reason. Alice told the Daily Record: “We had just got out the car and Cassie immediately made her way to the bridge… she turned her head, looked up and did this massive leap.
“I will never forget the awful whine she made as she leaped. My son looked down and all he could see was a dot. She managed to get herself up and met my son, collapsing when she saw him. How she survived that, I’ll never know.”
However, Donna Cooper was not so lucky. She witnessed her collie dog Ben’s tragic sudden death when it leapt over a parapet on the granite bridge without warning. Donna previously told Mail Online: “His paw was broken, his jaw was broken and his back was broken and badly twisted.”Ben was taken back to the vets, before they made the decision to put him down. The area’s MSP Jackie Baillie said: “I have heard many heart-breaking stories about dog owners who have lost their pets due to this unexplained phenomenon.”
The mansion has been the site of weird goings-on but the family who live there say the hauntings are part of the property. Weird shadows, unexplained temperature changes, things that go bump in the night – all the stuff of horror movies. Or, if you’re the residents of Monte Cristo in Junee, New South Wales, the stuff of everyday life. Olive Ryan, who has lived in the house since 1963, is full of stories about spooky events and incidents which might make any lesser person flee.
She said: “I’ve had a hand on my shoulder. I’ve had my name called when I’ve been here by myself. It’s nothing to hear footsteps on the balcony and you go out and there’s no one there.”
When Olive and her husband first moved in the signs were there, she says – the lights were on throughout the property, even though the electricity was yet to be connected. Still Olive and her husband stayed and brought up their family there, including son Lawrence. He told The Project the hauntings were part of life.
She said: “It’s just something that we accept. It’s a little bit spooky some days, but other days it’s just fine. “All my sisters have seen spirits here at the house, and they don’t have much to do with the house they were actually scared away from it. “Not Lawrence, though – he and his wife Sophia are currently living in the house with Olive, and Sophia, who has lived there for four years, even says she spent a past life in the property as a maid.
Of the ghosts they’ve felt in Monte Cristo, there are a few. Alongside maids from the history of the home are the spirits of Christopher and Elizabeth Crawley, the house’s original owners from 1884 until 1933, when Elizabeth passed away. There are also grisly tales attached to the mansion, from a nanny dropping a child down the staircase to its death, to a maid, pregnant by Christopher Crawley, who committed suicide off a balcony, or so the story goes.
Other legends include tragic incidents like the murder of a caretaker in 1961 and the imprisonment of a mentally impaired man for many years in the dairy. A film made at the property called Muirhouse, in 2012 has added to the intrigue, but there are still sceptics who believe there’s nothing at Monte Cristo but gullible residents .Lawrence’s response is simple: “If you don’t believe I suggest you come here and spend a bit of time at Monte Cristo. “We get lots of non-believers and we have lots of non-believers walking out the door having a second thought about the spirit and the afterlife here.”
A stargazer could not believe his eyes after analysing a photograph he took near a planetarium showing what he believes must be an alien spacecraft.
Kenneth Parsons, 60, captured the image of the disc-shaped UFO near the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium in Hampshire. But upon analysing his photos later that day, he came across one mysterious image which he could not explain.
He said: “I took many photos, both of the architecture there and the surrounding countryside. When I later reviewed the taken pictures on my PC, I noticed something in the air on one image, although I hadn’t seen anything flying past at the time of recording this particular view.”
“Naturally I first thought I had merely caught an insect close to the lens of my camera, or maybe a bird. After enlargement I began to realise, instead, what has been captured is a disc-shaped aerial object in the background – or midfield I guess you could call it – a mile away or so I would estimate. For those who may think this is merely a bug or a bird I advise you to look much more closely at the picture. I’m no expert on wildlife, but in all my days I swear I have never seen a bug or bird like this before.”
Ken, from Farnborough, believes the object could have appeared briefly while travelling through a wormhole. He added: “It’s nothing to fear. These phenomena follow you from childhood.”
The 42-year-old, whose favourite film is Tinkerbell, only noticed the tiny sprite when she got home and was going through her day’s photographs.
‘As a little girl I grew up believing in fairies and Tinkerbell is my favourite film so I would love it be a real-life fairy,’ said Miss Wildgoose, who lives close to the woods with her twin daughters.
‘I don’t know if Tinkerbell would really wear trousers but with the blonde hair and shiny shoes it’s too much of a coincidence.’
Miss Wildgoose, who works as a photographer, had been out in the woods doing a shoot for a family the day before and decided to return to do her own shoot the next day after seeing how beautiful the area was.
‘People have said it’s just a mosquito or a midge and they are probably right but I just think it’s too much of a coincidence that it is wearing what looks like trousers and shoes.’
The photograph has astounded friends and family and Miss Wildgoose, who is separated, has even had parents coming up to her in the school playground.
‘All the mums at the school have said it is a fairy – I think everyone just likes to believe in that bit of magic that reminds them of being a child,’ she said. ‘It certainly made my day capturing the image.’
Miss Wildgoose previously worked as a professional motor sport photographer at Silverstone but took a break for a few years to work as a hairdresser.
She bought her DSLR camera in 2013 and after having success photographing gardens and portraits, she launched her own photography company, Wildgoose Photographics.
A mysterious ‘dark lady’ has been spotted looking out into space from the surface of Mars.
The eerie shape was taken by the NASA’ Curiosity Rover, the robot exploring a crater on the red planet. UFO Sightings Daily says the shape is proof that there is ‘life out there’.
The website has come up with a description of what the dark shape is, claiming it is definitely a woman because her breasts are visible, apparently. They wrote: The woman seems to have breasts…indicated by the shadow on its chest
We also see two arms that are lighter in colour and what looks like a head with long hair. Its hard to tell if this is a living being, or a statue of a being from long ago. However, a statue that small would be eroded and destroyed easily, so it has a higher chance of being a living being. Also it is facing the Mars rover…watching it from a distance.”
“This being is about 8-10 cm tall. This looks real. And it should concern every country in the world. There is life out there. ”
The ‘dark lady’ follows in quick succession after the ‘ awesome Martian space crab ‘ was spotted a few days ago.
Mystery surrounds bizarre Mars ‘space crab’ spotted in NASA photo of the Red Planet
A strange object seen in a recent NASA image of Mars has set imaginations running wild among fans of the red planet.
Social media users have been quick to declare that a slightly highlighted area of a rock face on Mars is actually an ‘awesome Martian space crab’. Other suggestions include it being an alien, or a spider.
The photo was taken by NASA sometime in July but reappeared in Facebook group Journey to the Surface of the Moon, whose slogan is ‘They will not tell the truth about MARS’. But scientists were quick to douse the excited speculation with hard fact.
Seth Shostak, a senior astronomer at the Center for SETI Research, said he put down the appearance of the ‘space crab’ to a phenomenon called pareidolia. Like seeing animals in clouds, this is the brain’s ability to see shapes in random objects. He says he gets sent similar images showing formations like the crab about once a week.
“Those that send them to me are generally quite excited, as they claim that these frequently resemble something you wouldn’t expect to find on the rusty, dusty surface of the Red Planet.It’s usually some sort of animal, but occasionally even weirder objects such as automobile parts. Maybe they think there are cars on Mars.”
He added: “Recognizing a crab in a landscape filled with wind-weathered rocks is no more surprising — nor more significant — than seeing a winking face in a semi-colon followed by a parenthesis. 😉
GHOST hunters who were exploring an old community hall are claiming a paranormal coup after snapping “the eerie figure of a man” sat in the “haunted” building above a plague pit.
Spook chasers Jodie Carman and Chris Hunter claim “the figure’s head and shoulders can clearly be made out in seats a few rows in front of her” and appeared after a series of unexplainable bumps and noises, while they were still, and a woman apparently being possessed.
The pair, who are refusing to identify the building in Norwich, said they were so stunned at seeing the “apparition” at the time, they shone a torch, but the chair was empty.
They insist that no one else was in the old community venue at the time the photo was taken.
Full time mum-of-one Ms Carman, 34, claims the photo was taken not long after midnight in the old community centre in Norwich that the spirit hunters are allowed to use.
Ms Carman said: “We knew there was something there with us that night; we could hear it moving around the hall around us. But this photo definitely proves it there is no way that you can deny it as the shape is very clear. When everyone saw it they were at first stunned into silence as everyone had seen me take the picture and knew there was no one in front of me. Once people calmed down they were just amazed and everyone started treating the hunt a lot more seriously as they realised we had caught some very clear evidence. There are lots of pictures that appear of ghosts, many of debatable quality but I think a photo like this is exceptionally rare, to get a clear shot, with nobody near it, completely untampered with. It’s quite incredible and I’ve never seen anything like this before.”
The pair of ghouls apparently won’t leave Wendy Reardon’s club but she said: “I don’t care what dimension you’re in, if you watch, you tip!”
These spooky pictures supposedly show two ghosts who haunt a pole dancing school.The pair of paranormal guests dropped in to see instructor Wendy Reardon and liked her moves so much they will not leave, she claims. As the sultry 44-year-old shows her pupils a thing or two at Gypsy Rose Exotic Fitness in Boston, USA, the two over-friendly ghost’s whirl round her body.
Wendy said: “I asked a reputable psychic and she said that there was definitely paranormal activity. She said that they were two men who worked in that area in the 1930s, and had such a great time that they’d come back to visit sometimes.”
“They happened to see me one day, and liked it, and so told their ghost friends to come too.I don’t mind of course, except that they’re getting a free show.I don’t care what dimension you’re in, if you watch, you tip.When they’re here they’re watching the girls pole dance .I think they’re dancing around them and feeding off their positive energy.”
Wendy has owned Gypsy Rose since 2003 but only noticed the spirit presence when she started filming her classes. She discovered the seedy spooks as she watched back one of her dances she recorded for a friend.
Herald photographer Alex Walton got a fright when uploading pictures of a celebratory performance by Nigel Ogden at the Sidholme Hotel this week.
The translucent figure of a woman appears to be watching BBC Radio 2 The Organist Entertains presenter Mr Ogden, sending a chill down the spine of those who were sat nearby. Nigel Hyman, who can be seen seated next to the supposed spirit, insists there was no-one next to him.
Theories behind the apparent apparition include her being the ghost of a music-loving countess from the 18th century – or just someone standing behind a glass door who was given a paranormal projection through a trick of the light. A medium has described the shape as a ‘spiritual lady’.
Mr Ogden was performing in the 189-year-old building’s Music Room as part of a celebratory event toasting the £15,000 renovation of its historic organ last Friday (see page eight).
Mr Hyman, chairman of Sidmouth Museum, was snapped next to the ‘spirit’.
The historian, who is writing a book about the hotel, was sitting at the top of the stairs to the left-hand side. He was watching the performance from one of the two benches available – and said that only two people could fit on each.
After seeing the image, Mr Hyman said: “It could be somebody standing to the side of one of the glass doors at the top of the steps. The other explanation is that the well-known ghost of Sidholme was curious to see what the racket was all about and stood behind us. I run town walks, so I have heard of ghosts in some of the older buildings in town – and this building dates back to 1826 so it deserves a ghost.”
The hotel, which opened in the 1930s, was previously called Richmond Lodge and was owned by the sixth Earl of Buckinghamshire.
The Earl moved to Sidmouth with his second wife, Countess Maria Isabella, who did not get along with the town’s vicar and asked for a private chapel to be built – which is now the hotel’s Music Room.
The Sidholme Organ Friends Association’s appeal organiser, John McGregor, said: “It was probably the Countess Maria Isabella, no doubt not wanting to miss out on all the fun and, of course, particularly the music. She just adored a good soirée.”
The countess died in Richmond Lodge in 1873. The hotel’s operations manager, Sameer Velaydhun, said: “You will have the realists on one side and the fantasists on the other. The building was first a home in 1826. It has been around a long time, so it’s a possibility.”
Exmouth-based medium Lesley Anderson said the shape looked like a ‘spiritual lady’ with ‘white curly hair’ and added: “She will either be attached to a person nearby or the building – it’s unlikely that she will be randomly there with no connection.”
MORE than two-thirds of Britons have had a brush with the paranormal – and over a third claim to have seen a GHOST, according to a new survey.
The study, carried out to discover how many people believed in “paranormal activity” and would pay to see a clairvoyant, found a whopping 82 per cent of Britons believe in the supernatural.
More than two thirds (68 per cent) said they had experienced some sort of supernatural event – and more than half (56 per cent) said they had been given a sign that a deceased loved one is present.
Researchers aimed to find out how many Britons believe in the paranormal and whether they would ever pay money to communicate with the dead or a deceased celebrity.
When asked to reveal their paranormal experiences, almost a third (31 per cent) claimed to have seen or felt the presence of a ghost.
And 16 per cent of people felt and late loved ones continued to protect and look out for them.
Nick Swan, founder and CEO of VoucheCodesPro.co.uk, said: “It’s surprising to know how many people claim to have seen ghosts or believe in the paranormal but I can definitely understand why.
“With the growing use of the internet, it’s easy to now share ghostly experiences with other paranormal fans and I believe these stories fuel our interest into the unknown.”
Participants were also quizzed about their views of the growing psychic industry.
Just over a third (34 per cent) said they would pay cash to a psychic to try to communicate directly with a dead loved one. 11 per cent admitted to having already seen one, with the average amount they would be willing to pay for a psychic visit being £65.
Mr Swan added: “I also found it interesting to see just how many people would pay to see a psychic or medium, with some even saying they’ve already participated in this. It’s great that people get some closure or satisfaction from these encounters, however I would always be cautious when paying for a medium or a reading. Make sure you aren’t being conned, look at reviews and average costs on the internet before you jump in head first.”
The firm polled a total of 2,952 British adults aged 18-65.
Paranormal conspiracy theorists claim Leonardo Da Vinci was hiding the existence of alien life – and the ‘proof’ can be found in the Mona Lisa.
The Paranormal Crucible website claims to have spotted an ‘alien high priest’ hidden in the famous artwork, proof, they say of an extra-terrestrial presence. In a bizarre video posted online, the group ‘reveals’ the hidden life form and identifies alleged facial features, a headdress, a cloak and hands.
A computer generated voice says: “Many theologians believe that Leonardo Da Vinci deliberately concealed secret codes and subliminal messages in most of his work. “If this is true then it’s reasonable to assume that the Mona Lisa was in fact painted in order to conceal important historical and religious facts possibly regarding the extra-terrestrial presence and its surreptitious involvement within the Roman Catholic Church.”
However, the video provides no possible explanation for the existence of the being and admits to enhancing the colours of the painting to make the features more visible. One sceptical YouTube commenter wrote: “Alien high priest? What religion would be an alien?”
However, some truth-seekers have got on board with the possibility. Scott C Waring, an alien conspiracy theorist who runs the UFO Sightings Daily website, went on to claim Da Vinci was a member of the outer-world species himself.
ONE of Saturn’s moons could be home to aliens because of its salty sea similar to life-bearing lakes on Earth, scientists have claimed. The ringed planet has 62 moons orbiting it, but Enceladus, has some of the best conditions in our Solar System with the potential for life to form.
Saturn’s sixth biggest moon which measures 310 miles across is covered by ice but research, published in the journal Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, suggests it is geologically active with salty seas beneath.
Researchers believe there is a strong chance of the water under the ice caps being in contact with the moon’s mantle, making the chemical reactions needed for microscopic life to evolve possible.
NASA’s Cassini unmanned spacecraft has been orbiting Saturn since 2004 and it has found geyser-like plumes spewing water out of the moon.
The probe has studied gases in the plumes and the data has allowed astronomers to develop a model that estimates the pH and saltiness of the plumes. They estimate it at a pH of about 11 or 12, similar to ammonia solutions used to clean glass, the authors say.
However, even on Earth some living organisms can survive in such high pH levels.
Researchers also learned that salt content of Enceladus’ water is comparable to that of Earth’s oceans.
UFO chasers have come up with one of the more bizarre explanations for ‘monster ships’ they claim to have spotted orbiting the Sun in NASA picture – suggesting they could be aliens trying to drain our star’s SOLAR POWER.
The theory comes from longstanding ‘UFO researchers’ on online forums, following claims three spacecrafts orbiting the Sun can be seen in recently re-released images of a huge solar flare.
The latest UFO sighting was posted to YouTube by a prolific researcher with the username Streetcap1. They were then examined by other prominent researcher Scott C Waring. He posted: “Look at the right angles on the ship that looks like a giant crystal tower in space. It’s beautiful. You can even make out the lines along its edges. I count 17 right angles on it.
“Remember this is a photo taken by a SOHO [Solar and Heliospheric Observatory] satellite whose soul[sic] purpose is to photograph our sun. These images are very clear and made with best tech NASA has to offer. The second ship looks equal in size, but its centre is thinner and less obvious.”
Mr Waring considered what super UFOs may be doing so close to the Sun and found there could be only two explanations.
“One, aliens are meeting at or in our Sun to convene a United Worlds kind of meeting,” he added.
But his second theory was much more sinister.
He added: “Two, aliens are sending massive ships to suck our Sun’s energy. If we are sharing our Sun, it’s not going to last the 5 billion years scientist predicted it at, but may drop below a billion years before its used up.”
There have been several ‘UFOs’ spotted close to the Sun as more and more conspiracy theorists pour over the array of footage made publicly available by NASA. Last month, a video claiming to show a UFO by our solar system’s star, said to bear a resemblance to Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic patterns, also appeared online.
However, sceptics have been quick to point out the sightings always seem to coincide with a solar flare, and that any craft getting so close to the Sun would be obliterated by the heat.
A solar flare occurs when magnetic energy built up in the Sun’s atmosphere is suddenly released, emitting radiation across the entire electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves to X-rays and gamma rays.
One critic argued: “These so-called UFOs are the same colour as the flares so could they not just be bits of the flare being hurled into space? There are lots of other dots and specs all around of the same colour.
“You can’t just seize on every shape in these pictures that it MUST be an alien space craft and then come up with theories that they are sucking the Sun of energy. And where in hell would these planet-sized motherships be when not refuelling at the solar service station?”
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Over the last year the Paranormal Chronicles has explored in depth the disturbing attacks said to be caused by paranormal entities but one question has to be asked could such a thing actually happen?
In 2014 G L Davies published a book called Ghost Sex the Violation which was the witness testimonial from a woman in Wales and her continued and graphic sexual assault at the hands of not one but two paranormal violators. The book polarized readers with many not able to stomach the graphic depiction of sexual abuse while others skeptical to the claims. Ghost sex: the Violation followed on from the Doris Bither Entity case in a frank and detailed manner not previously published in such a graphic and brutal manner. The book has been featured in depth on this website and has been the subject of many radio discussions ( all links are included in this article for further recommended study). It seems however that this taboo and terrifying event is more commonplace than originally thought with more people coming forward to tell of their harrowing abuse.
Over 210,000 people have visited this website this year and not surprisingly the most searched for term is Ghost sex/ Paranormal sex or Incubus or succubus attacks. More and more people have come forward with their traumatic testimonial of sexual assaults from a source unknown. Could it be that none of us are safe while we sleep or is this merely a symptom of a sleep or psychological disorder.
A 23 year old woman from Liverpool, UK contacted us after our last look into the subject and believes that these attacks can not be merely attributed to sleep paralysis or other such disorders. She has this testimonial for you.
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Jamie-Leigh Brown took chilling photo at St Thomas’s Hospital, Stockport
A woman exploring a derelict hospital was left stunned after a photo she took in the spooky building appeared to show the ghostly figure of a doctor.
Jamie-Leigh Brown, 21, was walking the abandoned corridors of St Thomas’s Hospital in Stockport – which closed down in 2004 – when she took the chilling picture. She did not check the photo at the time as she and her and friends were too concerned with the footsteps they were hearing above them – despite the hospital having no usable staircases.
The group became spooked and fled the building after only a few minutes and it was not until later that Ms Brown discovered the haunting figure lurking in the background of the shot.
She told The Sun: ‘It freaked me out. It’s standing in a lift shaft. It’s really creepy to think my friend was just heading towards the area where the ghost was. We’d only gone into the workhouse for a laugh and to look around. We kept hearing noises above us like shuffling and footsteps but hadn’t actually seen anything.’
St Thomas’s, formerly known as Shaw Heath Hospital, closed down more than a decade ago after treating thousands of psychiatric patients over the years.
The derelict building was once a Victorian workhouse known as The Grubber and three years ago it featured in an episode of paranormal investigation show Most Haunted.
Other sightings of ghoulish figures have been made at the site, including a ‘radiant woman dressed as a nurse or a nun’
Is this evidence of alien life? New Roswell photos prove ‘beyond any doubt’ that ET exists, claim UFO specialists.
New images claiming to show the Roswell UFO crash provide ‘undeniable’ evidence of alien life – at least according to conspiracy theorists.
The images allegedly reveal the remains of an alien found dead in New Mexico, and were taken by Bernard Ray between 1947 and 1949 on a Kodachrome film. Despite being widely dubbed as fakes, they have reignited theories that aliens have visited Roswell in a secret army hangar dubbed Area 51.
The discovery was announced this week to an audience of 10,000 people, following what UFO specialists say was an extensive five-year study to determine the authenticity of the slides. Along with the announcement was the unveiling of a documentary, but the highly-anticipated slides themselves were still not revealed.
The original photos were found inside an attic in Arizona, in a box containing images of Bing Crosby, Clarke Gable and Dwight Eisenhower from before his term as president.
According to Jaime Maussan, a widely recognised Mexican UFO specialist, the images must be real because the sketch of the extra-terrestrial image did not exist at the time the photo was taken.
‘(These photos) show the human race, beyond any doubt, that extra-terrestrial visits are a reality,’ Maussan said.
‘That is why the presentation of two slides, two transparencies, where a being with non-human features can be seen, is very important. These photos were dated by experts during a period, where the model of the archetype extra-terrestrial we know today did not exist.”
Edgar Mitchell, an astronaut who was the sixth person to land on the moon, attended the event and said he believed the images are authentic.
However, many claim the images are a publicity stunt as the unveiling event in Mexico cost $350 for entry.
Others have compared the images to previous photos of mummies from the Smithsonian
‘There is already a considerable amount of cynicism and scepticism about these pictures,’ Nigel Watson author of the UFO Investigations Manual told DailyMail.com. It follows footage that emerged in February allegedly showing the body of an alien being handled by American soldiers during the 1940s.
A NASA balloon experiment picked up odd sounds while floating 22 miles above the Earth. The balloon carried infrasound microphones capable of recording sound waves in the atmosphere at frequencies below 20 hertz. In order to be audible to humans, the recordings were sped up into human hearing frequency range.
According to LiveScience, a student from the University of North Carolina named Daniel Bowman designed and built the equipment. The balloon captured the sounds while flying over Arizona and New Mexico as part of a student program run by NASA and the Louisiana Space Consortium. The experiment that captured the sounds was one of ten flown from the High Altitude Student Platform. Since 2006, the program has launched over 70 student experiments.
The balloon flew for 9 hours, reaching a height of over 37,500 meters above Earth, which is higher than airplanes fly but lower than the very top of the stratosphere. The balloon’s flight marked the highest point to which infrasound equipment has ever been carried.
The sounds picked up by the instrument puzzled scientists. Researchers working to decipher the recordings claimed they had never encountered such signals before. “It sounds kind of like ‘The X-Files,’” Bowman said. Some possibilities for the source of the sounds include a wind farm, crashing ocean waves, atmospheric turbulence, gravity waves, and vibrations created by the balloon cable.
Referring to the visual representation of the sounds via spectrogram, Bowman said, “I was surprised by the sheer complexity of the signal. I expected to see a few little stripes.”
Infrasound carries for great distances, and is typically created by low-frequency wave-creating events like earthquakes, volcanoes, thunderstorms and meteors. As infrasound detectors can be used to monitor weather and geologic activity, scientists have considered including infrasound detectors in future Mars missions.
Bowman hopes this recent infrasound experiment will spark more interest in the subject. “There haven’t been acoustic recordings in the stratosphere for 50 years. Surely, if we place instruments up there, we will find things we haven’t seen before,” he said.
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Swiss researchers carried out an experiment to make artificial ‘ghosts’
Neuroscientists have succeeded in creating ‘ghosts’ in the laboratory by tricking the brains of test subjects into feeling an unexpected ‘presence’ in the room. The spooky experiment which conjured up a ghostly illusion in the laboratory has proved once and for all that it’s only our mind playing tricks. The invisible, creepy presence reported by so many people over the centuries is just a set of mixed-up signals in the brain, the researchers say.
The sensation was re-created by researchers using a robot to interfere with the sensory signals in the brains of blindfolded volunteers. Under normal circumstances the brain is able to form a unified self-perception, but lead researcher Olaf Blanke explained that when this malfunctions the brain creates a second representation of its body.
‘Most of the research predicts that we cannot tickle ourselves because our brain precisely predicts of one hand, of my hand, touching my body or touching one or another position.
However, if this is not fully integrated because I’m doing it or if I cannot correctly predict because somebody else were to touch me; in those cases of uncertainty, very often in those cases of double touch, the response is that you feel ticklish or tickled by somebody else,’ said Blanke who is leading the research at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland (EPFL).
The findings appear to explain the common experience people have of feeling an unseen presence, even a guardian angel, demon or apparition stalking their movements.
YouTube channel UFOvni Disclosure says the large thin object was snapped high above the Mexican volcano Popocatepetl, on Saturday.The still image of the strange UFO appears to have three bright lights around it.The video also shows video footage of a similar-shaped object flying past the volcano in February 2013.
Last month, when the Calbuco volcano erupted in Chile on April 22, footage emerged on YouTube of a strange UFO made up of what looked like two connected spherical lights. However, this was quickly dismissed by sceptics as being a drone filming the eruption.
Yet, there have been several reported “cigar-shaped UFO” sightings in the past six months over North America and Mexico, according to alien-hunter websites.
In February, American UFO hunter Scott Waring posted images of “a cigar-shaped UFO” he says he captured on archived footage of the live feed of the Popocatepetl volcano.
The online Mutual UFO Network witness reporting database has six ‘cigar-shaped’ reports since last October, including two separate ones in Georgia, one sighting of three UFOs at Omaha, Nebraska, plus others at Charleston, West Virginia, and between Austin and Dallas in Texas, all in the USA, and in, Ontario, Canada.Last October, UFO spotters posted footage of what they described as two cigar-shaped UFOs on the NASA live feed of the International Space Station.
And in January solar UFO-ologist Myunhauzen74 posted on YouTube moving footage of “a giant rod-shaped UFO flying in “near the sun” allegedly taken from NASA’s helioviewer camera. Even Glasgow, Scotland, has been affected with Kick Ass writer Mark Miller reporting “a vast speeding cigar-shaped object” at 1am on New Year’s Day.
Sceptics dismiss the sightings as photographic and video anomalies or other objects like drones.
One Family got a severe case of the creeps after seeing a ‘spectral figure’ in the background photo bombing this shot of two children in front of an 1812 building.
The spooky picture of Mayrian Islam, 11, and nine-year-old Ryhan Kaliqwas was taken in Roundhay Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire, next to the Victorian folly.On closer inspection a strange cloaked figure is standing on steps in the background, but the family insist no one else was there at the time.
Post office worker Nurul Islam, 37, who went to the park with his sister and her two children, said they were all shocked when they saw the image which looks like it shows an adult walking up the steps with arms outstretched. He said: “I don’t even like watching scary films and I don’t like looking at this photo, it’s spooky, there was no one there. My sister took the photograph and she saw it first, the castle isn’t too old but who knows who lived there before. We were taking lots of pictures. Because people were standing on the steps and walking about, we waited for them to move on before we took a picture.We waited and waited for a clear point when no-one was there as they wanted to hold their hands together. That’s why we’re sure there was no-one there. I didn’t think anything of it and took a few more. Then we got home and looked at the photos and saw this thing at the back of it that wasn’t there before. My sister said ‘Oh my God it’s a ghost’. I’ve started to think it might be. There was definitely no-one there when I took the picture.”
The folly was built in 1812 by George Nettleton for the Nicholson family, who bought the Roundhay Park Estate in 1803 and built The Mansion and landscaped the grounds, creating the lakes.
Dr Kevin Grady, director of Leeds Civic Trust, said it was the first time paranormal activity had been recorded there.
Thousands of terrified women are now reporting terrifying sexual abuse while they sleep. Is there some insidious design at work or is there a more rational explanation? The Paranormal Chronicles investigates.
In July 2014 a book called Ghost sex: The Violation was published and focused on one woman’s alleged sexual abuse from not one but two paranormal entities. The book was a commercial success becoming #1 in the unexplained and supernatural charts on its first day of release but divided sceptics and believers alike with its brutal and honest depiction of a woman molested and abused by metaphysical attackers. Fifty shades of Ghost it was not.
Likened to the world renowned Entity case, investigators and researchers delved deep into the account and among-st the depravity and cruelty of the graphic depictions deemed that this was in fact only one spirit intruder not two as previously believed. The second creature was said to be an Incubus.
How and why one woman was the victim of such a terrifying ordeal is unknown at this time but Incubus attacks have been recorded throughout history and in recent years their activity has terrifyingly increased with thousands of woman coming forward with their accounts. This is not exclusive to women only as was depicted in the roadside ordeal reported originally by the paranormal chronicles that then made national news of a mans traumatic ordeal with a paranormal entity (Succubus) disguised as a hitch hiker.(Explore our archives for more)
An incubus is a demon in male form that, according to mythological and legendary traditions, lies upon sleepers, especially women, in order to engage in sexual activity with them. Its female counterpart is the succubus. An Incubus may pursue sexual relations with a woman in order to father a child, as in the legend of Merlin. Religious tradition holds that repeated sexual activity with an incubus or succubus may result in the deterioration of health, or even death.
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Journalist Hellicar was sent to report on the ‘Enfield Poltergeist’ in 1977 . This is his first hand account into those terrifying events.
The first sign that something was amiss came when the children’s Lego bricks were hurled at me by an unseen hand. The next came a few minutes later, when a heavy kitchen cabinet crashed to the floor at my feet. Yet I had been alone in the room — or so I thought. Scariest of all, though, was the very palpable atmosphere of fear. A malevolent spirit seemed to have taken up residence, moving the furniture, emptying drawers, sprinkling water, lighting matches and causing general mayhem, forcing the terrified Hodgson family who lived there to huddle together in dread.
It seemed to centre its attention on 11-year-old Janet, who was levitated above her bed, sent into violent trances and made to speak in a rasping male voice. Many of the 1,500 psychic occurrences there were not only independently witnessed but are verified by investigators’ photographs and audio tape.
The Enfield Poltergeist, as the ghostly visitor became known, first made its presence felt soon after Janet and her older sister Margaret, 12, played with a ouija board.
‘The girls were changing into their nightclothes and complained something was making their beds wobble,’ their mother Peggy explained to me after the haunting began. ‘I told them to stop messing about.
‘The next night, I heard screaming and banging coming from their room after they had gone to bed. When I went in, a heavy chest of drawers was sliding by itself across the floor, trying to block the doorway. The girls were terrified.
‘I pushed the chest back against the wall, but it slid towards me again. I tried, but I couldn’t stop it. I wondered if my two younger boys [Johnny, 10, and Billy, seven] were playing pranks, because they also slept upstairs, but they weren’t anywhere near the room.’
Over the next few weeks more furniture moved of its own accord; plates, cutlery, toys and books would go flying, and one night things were so bad Peggy called the police, who arrived to see a sitting-room chair lift off the carpet and move towards them.
One of the officers, WPC Carolyn Heeps, later reported: ‘It came to rest after about 4ft. I checked it for hidden wires or any other means by which it could have moved, but there was nothing to explain it.’
If you think you have seen a ghost, you may have been suffering the effects of exposure to mould, according to a group of scientists. Researchers claim that older buildings where hauntings are usually reported, often have poor air quality from pollutants like toxic mould, which can affect our brains. Exposure to the mould can cause mood swings, irrational anger and cognitive impairment.
‘Experiences reported in many hauntings are similar to mental or neurological symptoms reported by individuals exposed to toxic moulds,’ said Professor Shane Rogers of Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York.
‘Psychoactive effects of some fungi are well-known, whereas the effects of others such as indoor moulds are less researched. Although allergy and asthma symptoms and other physiological effects are well established, there has long been controversy over the effects of indoor mould exposure on cognitive and other functioning of the brain.Reports of psychiatric symptoms including mood swings, hyperactivity, and irrational anger, as well as cognitive impairment are prevalent among those exposed to moulds. Other reports include depression and loss of memory function. More recent work is emerging that supports brain inflammation and memory loss in mice exposed to Stachybotrys charatarum, a common indoor air mould, as well as increased anxiety and fear.’
Professor Rogers is currently leading a team of researchers measuring air quality in several reportedly haunted places around New York State.
The group will compare samples taken from several buildings where ghost sightings have been reported with samples taken from properties with no paranormal activity, to see if there is a difference in the types of fungi.
Professor Rogers said: ‘I have long been a fan of ghost stories and shows related to investigation of haunted places and have to admit to some strange occurrences in my own past.”
This strange image of a string of colored flashing lights has been posted an a number of alien and UFO websites after several residents of the city in California, US, reported seeing the same thing.
Local resident Larry Fox sent news channel NBC 7 the picture of an “odd light” he spotted in the night sky. The channel described the picture as “a string of multi-coloured lights”.Mr Fox said he was in his back garden when he saw the strange light to the southwest of the city.”I ruled out a drone or a plane because the light was stationary. It was a series of flashing lights,” he said, adding: “If it was a plane, it would have moved.”Mr Fox was reported to have described the lights as “red, blue and green” and that the they “kept flashing and changing colours”.
NBC 7 claimed several other viewers had called in to say they witnessed the same mystery phenomenon, including one of their own photographers, who did not appear to have captured the moment.
San Diego was a hotspot for strange colour and shape-changing UFOs in the 1950s and 1960s, according to US secret files that were revealed by newspaper U-T San Diego this year.They trawled through thousands of US government records to look at those from the Californian city.
There were five UFOs recorded from May 1952 to April 1966.
May 1952 a white spinning sphere emitting a red trail which was dismissed as a meteorite
October 1957 a bright light, changing from blueish white to reddish/orange which was static them moving fast, was concluded to be possibly a weather balloon
February 1959 a heart-shaped, white object at about 60,000 feet, also thought by investigators to have been a weather balloon
September 1961 a crescent-shaped object with rotating and flashing lights larger than six jets and much faster .This remained unexplained
April 1966 multiple witnesses reported an object in early morning in the skies above Camp Pendleton and elsewhere, described as a “solid, roundish shape, with one trailing edge” pointing eastward. One woman said it was a horseshoe that changed into an exclamation mark which was spinning but stationary. Investigators concluded it was a meteorite.
Sceptics believe the latest odd image, which was unlike the older ones caught on camera, can be explained as camera shake, and could even be a poor picture of planet Venus.
A spine-tingling image has emerged appearing to show the ghost of a samurai soldier standing behind a little girl.The photo was taken along the Japanese shore in Kanagawa – supposedly near tombs of soldiers who died in battle.
It shows eerie black boots behind the girl’s legs, giving the impression he is looking out to sea.
The disturbing images were uploaded to Reddit with the user ‘Obiaruf’ insisting they have not been Photoshopped.
A description reads: ‘I’m not saying it’s anything – just that it looks an awful lot like disembodied boots and legs. I know there are several very old samurai tombs nearby. Again, not saying that this is what is there, just that, based on preliminary research, this is my best guess.’
A MYSTERIOUS red light hovering over New York City caused several panicked residents to call authorities to report their fears that ALIENS were landing.
According to US reports, many people called emergency services after seeing the red light darting about at high speed. They also claimed the light then hovered, becoming stationary, before darting off, with some describing a flying saucer and others a fireball.
Juan Marrero, 57, a pigeon fancier, got on his roof at 11.30pm on Saturday after seeing two bright lights streak across the sky. He told the New York Post: “I looked up and saw this fireball, Whoosh and then another, Whoosh. “From one side of the sky to the other, too fast for an airplane.”
Meanwhile Andres Morales, 25, said he also saw the object and tried to record it on film. He said: “I stuck my hand out the car window and snapped like crazy. I don’t know what it was but it was moving crazy fast.”
Similar reports in the area were made a year ago and also in 2011.
A New York Times reporter claimed on Twitter that police would not be drawn on the weekend’s sighting.
Self-styled UFO journalist Ryan Sprague, who is based in New York, said: “I definitely think we’re dealing with anomalies that could potentially be non-human.” However, Mr Sprague conceded that because the site of the sightings, at East 149th Street, was close to the city’s La Guardia Airport it could be a case of “misidentification”. However, he urged for witnesses claims not to be discounted.
CCTV taken in a “haunted” bar which shows a ghostly figure moving down a hallway has been described as some of the “best paranormal footage” ever filmed.
The footage was taken at the Dream Water Lounge wine spa, in Stockton Heath, Cheshire, and appears to show a figure floating down a hallway. Another spooky clip filmed on the club’s surveillance system shows what looks like heavy rainfall indoors.
The bar – which opened in April – has a history of strange goings on with staff and contractors complaining of an eerie and uncomfortable atmosphere.
And Simon Ellison, whose father owns the venue, claims to have experienced a number of unexplainable events – including watching one of the bathroom taps snap on its own on CCTV.
Simon said: “I know that the building is not a pleasant place to be on your own. The staff have all complained of strange feelings or noises. I built the bar after my dad took over the property and have heard strange noises and banging. I stayed there on my own once and within six minutes of being alone I had called a taxi. A professional has told me if it is real then this is the best footage of all time and they want to set up a ghost camera here.”
A man who gave up everything to spend 24 years searching for the Loch Ness monster believes he has finally solved the mystery
But Steve Feltham, 52, is going to upset fans of the paranormal, folklore and mythology, as his conclusion more than two decades on is that it is probably just a huge cat fish. The Wels, or European catfish, was introduced to the lock in Victorian times to give fishermen a trophy specimen.The non-native giant can grow to 13 feet and has an almost sea monster appearance.
Mr Feltham gave up his job, home and girlfriend, to focus on tracking Nessie, but has never had a sighting of anything prehistoric or unknown.
Celebrities who have come looking for the monster during that time included Robbie Williams, Billie Connolly, and Charlie Sheen who reportedly brought a leg of lamb as bate for the creature in 2013.
Now Mr Feltham says he’s convinced the legendary Scottish monster is just a myth.
After seeking the creature and investigating the case for so long, he deduces it’s more likely any reports of a water beast are a very large Wels.
Despite the realisation he was chasing a more mundane explanation, he said: “I certainly don’t regret the last 24 years.” And he still lives in a caravan on the shore of the lock selling Nessie nick nacks to tourists.
A COUPLE fear they are being stalked by evil spirits despite a psychic medium claiming to have slain “two demons” upstairs in their home while they cowered downstairs.
Keiron and Tracey Fry fear an “incubus demon” attacks every night, covering the latter in bruises at their home in New Tredegar, Wales, for the past two years.
According to myth and legend, an incubus demon is the most evil type and targets sleeping people – mainly women.
The pair claim the demonic spirit continues to haunt them even after a vicar tried to help by blessing the home and paranormal investigator medium Robert Amour claimed to have rid their house of the evil manifestation.
The family believe the demon was summoned using a Ouija board and it now also troubles their three children.
They contacted professional ghostbuster Mr Amour, 43, who came armed with a Bible and crucifix.
Mrs Fry said: “We were told by the paranormal investigator that we have an incubus demon – the worst type of demon you can get. He told us we have three demons in total, the other two helped the main demon pin me down. She said he banned them all from going upstairs after shouting he could ‘feel the evilness in the room’”.
But after about 20 minutes the psychic returned saying he had “slain two small demons”, they claimed.
But Mr Fry said the nightmare has continued. He said: “We are being molested by demons.My wife goes to bed fine, doesn’t feel anything in the night but when she wakes up she’s in agony. I wake up the next day and said: ‘I didn’t do that’. I would never beat my wife.”
Mrs Fry , a full-time carer, added: “It’s getting worse and worse and there’s nothing we can do. I wake up every morning in agony because of the demon. My husband rubs cream into my bruised back every day but the pain doesn’t go away. It has affected our marriage because we have been rowing and fighting all the time about the demon. It has been feeding off all the negative energy.”
The Pembrokeshire paranormal hard-core faithful are well aware of the many supernatural sightings at Clay lane. The road connecting Haverfordwest and Merlin’s bridge has been featured extensively on the Pembrokeshire Beyond and The Paranormal Chronicles website. So infamous is the road for its multitude of metaphysical mysteries that it featured in the Pembrokeshire Beyond inaugural Pembrokeshire haunted road trip.
Pembrokeshire Beyond received a message from a family claiming while holidaying in the county during the weekend of the 23rd May 2015 that they witnessed an unusual and chilling experience. Mr Taylor from Sussex contacted Pembrokeshire Beyond after researching his sighting and saw that we had covered the road in depth with several articles.
“We have visited Pembrokeshire many times over the years. Pembrokeshire is one of our favorite destinations and we have family in Saundersfoot whom we stay with. I am very familiar with the the area but I had not visited Haverfordwest castle. My wife and two daughters enjoyed our trip to Haverfordwest very much and we took the road (Clay lane) out of Haverfordwest to get to the Pembroke Road to continue our trip.
It was not late at all, maybe 8 p.m. It was on the road that we travelled up a steep hill and down onto a country road. On our right was a field with what appeared to be a ruined church which upon research was was an old house (Haroldston house). I was tempted to get out and grab a picture of the ruin when my Wife shouted to slow down and in the road was the figure of a person. I stopped and my wife and two children watched a blurry figure walk from the middle of the road and disappear into a gap into the hedge (left to the right). The figure was very tall and was definitely in front of us. There was no discernible features just the blurry outline of a very tall figure (Over 6 foot maybe taller).
You could see the arms swinging as it walked. It was not dirt on the windscreen or shadows cast by the trees or an ordinary person just crossing the road. There was an actual shadowy object crossing the road. It was very unsettling and my children particularly the youngest was very upset by the sighting. I am not one for the paranormal but to see something like this in the daylight with my family has obviously opened my mind to such things. I am ashamed to admit that I did not get out of the car to see where it had gone and the incident happened so quickly that I did not get a photograph. The children were upset so we drove off. I spoke to my relatives and they were not aware of any hauntings in Haverfordwest and it was not until we returned home that I read your articles. I found the episode to be quite frightening and would like to inform you that I am of sound mine as I send my sighting to you and not one to dupe you or your investigators”
Is clay the most haunted road in Pembrokeshire? G L Davies founder of the Paranormal Chronicles and owner of Pembrokeshire Beyond since 2015 commented on the sighting, “The account had some great detail for us to follow up on. It is always difficult in this field of study to know how accurate the testimonials are and the motives behind such reports but one thing is apparent and that Clay lane has a plethora of activity. We shall continue investigating and hopefully have some answers or evidence soon.”
Ashy Murphy posted a video of what would seem to be a ghost or poltergeist in her kitchen, swinging the light bulb viciously.
“We have a guest in our home,” brave Ashy reportedly wrote on her Facebook wall. The video appears to show something invisibly making its way around the kitchen destroying everything in its wake.
Cupboard doors are slamming, things are thrown around and a washing bucket forcefully tossed toward the camera. Millions of people have watched the video on Facebook – some believing it might be a ghost.
Others don’t believe the video is anything other than a practical joke. One viewer said: “You can clearly see the wire being pulled at 1.05.” But another added: “Oh hell no I’d be out in a minute.”
What do you believe?
An estranged couple who had hunted ghosts together on reality TV were found dead Tuesday after a SWAT standoff at a Nevada apartment.
Mark and Debby Constantino specialized in electronic voice phenomena and had appeared on the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures. Their work also was featured on other shows, as well as at paranormal conferences, and live ghost hunts.
According to KTVN, Debby Constantino’s roommate called police in Sparks, Nevada, on Tuesday morning upon finding her missing from their apartment and their other roommate, who has not been identified, dead.
Court records also revealed previous incidents of domestic violence. Debby Constantino was arrested in March after she was accused of cutting her husband with a kitchen knife during an argument over money, KTVN reported. In August, he reportedly kidnapped his wife and assaulted her with help from their adult daughter.
Photos of fire that devastated chapel in Llanelli, South Wales, have caused social media storm after claims of faces in raging blaze Are these the haunting faces of lost souls screaming in the flames of a burning church?
That’s certainly the opinion of social media users, who viewed the image on Facebook and claim to be able to see the visages in the fire licking the roof. When he posted it to Facebook, the picture was met with comments claiming a spooky phenomenon.
One user, Dai Thomas, said: “Am I the only one that can see faces in this photo?”
Marc Spalding said: “I can see four faces. Two on the left, one in the middle and one on the right.”
And Jenifer Gilmore added: “Your picture has freaky faces in it. LOTS of freaky faces x.” Robert told Wales Online that the photo had NOT been altered with image software, saying: “It is 100 per cent not Photoshopped! I took it on my phone and uploaded it to Facebook straight away.”
The psychological phenomenon of being able to see faces in random images, or patterns of light and shadow is called Pareidolia – where the mind perceives a familiar pattern where none actually exists.
Examples include seeing faces or objects in cloud formations and being able to see a man in the moon.
The fire in Llanelli was tackled by 30 firefighters and forced 50 residents to leave their homes.
Five boys aged 15 and 16 were arrested in connection with the blaze in which no-one was injured.
The abandoned Scalan Seminary in the Scottish Highlands was used a refuge for Catholic monks. Is this the ghost of a monk staring out of an abandoned farmhouse?
The hooded figure was snapped lurking in the window of a remote former seminary where 18th century priests tried to escape being hunted and murdered by government soldiers.
Although there is no record of any dying violently at the abandoned Scalan Seminary in the Scottish Highlands, a teacher called John Paterson died there of natural causes in 1783.A website for the seminary states: “He was a tall man, and he needed a long coffin, and such a coffin would not fit through the low door, and into the narrow corridor and the steep staircase.”
The remote farmhouse lies deep in the hills, and can only be reached by a half-mile walk up a rough farm track.
Neil Robertson, of Tomintoul, sparked a huge debate after he posted the snap on Facebook and wrote “The old Scalan seminary in the Braes Of Glenlivet. Top left hand window reflection? Thoughts.”
Amy Winsor wrote: ” A hooded monk – it was a seminary after all.”
Marie Hanlin wrote: ” A hooded figure, I’ve seen similar before.”
Nichola Murray posted: “Definitely looks like someone at the window – spooky!”
But others were less convinced, with Martin Parsons joking: “Someone in a tiger onesy” whilst some even suggested it looked like a member of the Klu Klux Klan.”
One of royalty’s most alarming mysteries may have been solved be a spooky snap taken by a psychic artist
The two princes in the tower is one of London’s most enduring mysteries – but this photograph could show their ghosts. Captured by a medium and psychic artist, the picture appears to show the two famous princes in the Tower of London – thought to have been murdered by their uncle, Richard III.
Edward V and his twin brother, Richard of Shrewsbury disappeared in 1483 and their story has been shrouded in mystery ever since but Christine Hamlett believes she has the answer – their uncle, Richard III, brutally murdered them.
The 58-year-old snapped the spooky images and believes the boys reached out to her to tell her about their murder as she visited the tourist attraction last week. Christine, from Northwich in Cheshire, visited the tower as a tourist last week and said: “I’m sure they were trying to communicate with me.
“As soon as I arrived at the tower I felt a presence. It’s an amazing place for any medium because it’s draped in history but to have contact with the two princes was incredible. I invite the spirits to reveal themselves to me and take the photographs – my friends call my the psychic paparazzi.”
“When I look at the photos on my computer, I lighten and darken the photos, as sometimes that can help the spirits reveal themselves. “When I turned this photo into black and white, I was stunned – I could see the figure as clear as day. He looks to be a teenage boy, between 14 and 16, walking along the tower with his head bowed. “Of course I don’t know for sure that that is what it is, but that’s what I believe. The princes were last seen in the tower at the end of August, and that’s when I think they appeared to me, at the same time of year. I don’t think Richard III murdered them. Of course, you can never be completely sure but that’s what I think and that’s what I felt on that day. There is a lot of building work being done to the tower, and often, that can disturb spirits – which I see as even more proof that the figure I can see is a spirit.”
A NASA photo sent back from the New Horizons Pluto probe reveals several UFO images, according to a prominent online UFO researcher. The image allegedly shows multiple “cigar shaped” UFO spacecraft zooming through space in the vicinity of the “icy dwarf” planet, believed to be one of the most distant celestial bodies in the solar system.
The image was discovered by a prolific YouTube alien hunter, the aptly-named “Mister Enigma,” who compiled a video of the supposed UFO images — which was then reposted by Scott C. Waring, whose site, UFO Sightings Daily, acts as a clearinghouse for UFO reports and evidence of all varieties.
The latest Mister Enigma video is viewable on this page, above. Here is how Waring described the latest UFO discovery in a NASA image — the source of dozens of UFO “discoveries” in the internet epoch.
“Mister Enigma of Youtube reports that there are UFOs in the latest Pluto photo. I agree, there are many of them,” Waring writes on his blog.
“The UFOs are in orbit around the planet an are facing long ways down. Its an odd position for a UFO, but not unheard of. UFOs can tilt sideways and even upside without bothering the occupants inside. UFOs do have artificial gravity.”
The NASA New Horizons probe was launched in January of 2006, finally arriving within photo-snapping range of Pluto, about 4 billion miles from Earth, in July of this year when it began to send back startling images of the distant and mysterious planet — images that have provided UFO and alien enthusiasts plenty of food for thought.
It was none other than Mister Enigma, for example, who in July, just about a week after the first photos arrived back from the New Horizons Pluto probe, found what he described as “a giant, alien grey monument on Pluto.”
The images, which will appear either startling or insignificant depending on one’s preconceived notions about UFOs in our solar system, were uncovered by the online researchers on Thursday.
NASA, needless to say, has not commented on the photographic find, if indeed it is a “find.”
“The New Horizons mission is helping us understand worlds at the edge of our solar system by making the first reconnaissance of the dwarf planet Pluto and by venturing deeper into the distant, mysterious Kuiper Belt — a relic of solar system formation.”
If NASA did comment, however, it would likely do what it usually does and dismiss the images of the apparent UFO ships near Pluto as mere photographic glitches that can happen when a camera is sending images 4 billion miles through space.
Followers of the Paranormal Chronicles will be well aware of the central paranormal investigation that has been studied indepth on this site.
The now infamous Pembrokeshire Haunting was transcribed into a worldwide global Kindle bestseller called A most haunted house by G L Davies. It was based on a true and terrifying account of a prolific and aggressive haunting in a small Welsh town of Haverfordwest in West Wales. Seen as controversial and sparking debate between sceptics and believers alike due to the ferocity and intensity of the haunting, A most haunted house is the grim eye witness account of a young couple fighting to keep their new home and each other as an entity tears their world apart.
After an introduction by Investigator and paranormal re-searcher G L Davies , A most haunted house is a series of transcripts from the people involved that spans the three months that the haunting took place. Starting with almost small and mundane incidents and climaxing with the haunting reaching it’s full and terrifying ferocity.
Critically acclaimed the book became the focus and discussion point of many paranormal investigators and was even reviewed by Uri Gellar whom concluded that the book was “…an amazing account of what seems to be a real haunted house! I was riveted to every page; I hope the book will be made into a movie some day”
On August 6th 2015 Take a break: Fate and Fortune (On sale now in the U.K) published the article (Torn apart) on the Haunting which featured for the first time a major reveal on the book. Many people had guessed incorrectly the location of the house and the identities of occupants that lived there. The article revealed that it was in fact the house of the Author G L Davies .The emotional resonance and in-depth report on the haunting that so many readers had delved into was the personal account of the writer and investigator.
Kat Hobson from the paranormal experienced radio show has sat down with G L Davies for a two hour discussion on the House in Haverfordwest as well as a number of other paranormal topics. Kat Hobson was shocked by the reveal and the candid and honest approach of G L Davies.
The haunting in Pembrokeshire featured some terrifying experiences. The house appeared to be the site of a violent burglary only for the occupants to discover the house untouched as well as shadowy figures transversing the house, an angry and terrifying conversation with an unseen entity and a constant feeling of dread and so much more that ground the occupants into despair. A most haunted house may be the most personal account of a haunting this generation and its interview style of the witness’s involved brings the reader in closer to the investigation.
G L Davies had this to say on the reveal “ I lived at the house and I lived through those experiences. It was a very difficult period in my life and the personal issues that I suffered were from my own making and I am accountable. I cannot fully understand myself what happened at that house, it was tragic and terrifying and now I am stronger and I have dedicated my life to the research and investigation of the paranormal. I would not wish for anyone to have to go through the events that happened to us at that house. I am overwhelmed by the support shown to me since the announcement. I cannot thank people enough for their understanding”
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A UFO hunter claims to have found the crash site and wreckage of an alien craft that he believes may have been downed in the Antarctic. Valentin Degterev from the city of Nizhny Tagil in central Russia, says he found the UGO (unidentified ground object) online using Google Earth.
Mr Degterev, who says he is a “researcher of the unknown” posted the images and co-ordinates online before they went viral. He is convinced the huge unidentified object must have been caused by a UFO crash at least three years ago with the “flying saucer” still half buried there in the ice-land wastes of Antarctica.
He wrote on social media: “In among the endless ice desert, it is the most genuine UFO in its most classic shape.” The satellite image used by Google Earth was taken on February 15 2012, but has just been made more widely available. He said: “I think there is very large disc-shaped flying machine amongst the frozen ice.” he estimated the size of it at 204 feet wide and 40 feet tall, making it a monster-sized ship, if he were correct.
He added: “I do not presume to know exactly what it is. It is definitely not a polar station, nor a plane, as there aren’t any airplanes or helicopters this big in the world. There also aren’t any (Earthly) ships lost in Antarctica. It seems this is a man-made object from the distant cosmos.” Not everyone who viewed his posting agreed with his quickly-drawn conclusions, believing it was just a hole.
Nina Lavrova posted: “This is b*****ks. It is clearly just a massive indent in the snow.”
But Savely Kruglov thought he could be spot on, adding: “You might be onto something here. The Antarctic is pretty desolate and would be a good place to land without being noticed.”
Irma Bogdanova, said: “Wow. Well spotted. I wonder what happened to those inside.
A NASA probe orbiting the dwarf planet Ceres has sighted a weird, three-mile-high ‘pyramid’ on the surface – just hours after a similar structure on Mars came to light.
The discovery has – naturally – sparked completely unfounded speculation that the structure on the dwarf planet has been made by extra-terrestrials.
Instead, it’s believed that the strange object is a three-mile-high mountain, roughly the size of Mont Blanc. The Dawn spacecraft, driven by a Star Trek-style ion drive, is orbiting Ceres for the first time and sending back the first-ever clear images of its surface. When it was first discovered, Ceres was believed to be a ‘missing planet’ – but it’s now considered a dwarf planet alongside Pluto.
When the Dawn probe sent back the first clear images of Ceres surface – hinting that there could be geysers and craters on the mysterious, dark rock, the wilder reaches of YouTube took the ball and ran with it.
‘Alien contact! Time to prepare!’ said one YouTuber.
Yesterday, a ‘pyramid’ on Mars was seized on as evidence that there is a secret civilisation on Mars.
Many UFO fans believe that NASA has been covering up life on Mars for decades – with some even believing that Man landed safely there in 1968 and that we have been living there ever since.
The presenters claim that the rocks ‘near perfect design and shape’ mean it must be ‘the result of intelligent design and certainly not a trick of light and shadow.’ Other, more sceptical observers suggest that the formation may just be a rock – and only knee-high at most.
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