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It might sound like the plot to a Hollywood science-fiction blockbuster, but an astronaut claims to have seen an ‘organic, alien-like’ creature on the Space Shuttle.
Nasa engineer Leland Melvin made the astonishing claims during a discussion with a conspiracy theorist on social media. The former NFL football player says he spotted the creature in the payload bay of the space shuttle Atlantis, which was in orbit above the Earth at the time.
When he told Nasa about the sighting, space agency experts told Melvin the most likely explanation was ice had broken off away from the shuttle and it was the movement of these floating shards that caught his eye.
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The revelation was made during an exchange on social network Twitter, held between Mr Melvin, 54, who worked as an engineer aboard the shuttle, and Scott C. Waring, who runs the site UFO Sightings Daily.
Mr Waring asked: ‘What’s your outlook on the existence of intelligent alien life living in our solar system? Have you ever witnessed a UFO? ‘Mr Melvin responded he had seen something ‘translucent, curved, organic looking’ when he was working with colleague Randy Bresnik.
He joked: ‘I was about to say “Houston we have a problem” but know everyone spins-up when those words are uttered from a space vehicle.’
The pair called the ground to ask Nasa what it could be and were told that the sighting was probably ice that had broken away and floated of the Freon hoses. Mr Melvin dismissed claims by the UFO enthusiast that Nasa’s explanation was a cover-up but did admit ‘you never know.’
Speaking to MailOnline, Nigel Watson, author of UFOs of the First World War, said: ‘I think Leland is winding up alien fans, and as suggested it was probably an ice formation he saw.”
‘Fortunately, he didn’t test this explanation by going too close to it, otherwise, it might have shot upwards to cling to his face and we all know what happens next.’
Nasa launched its first space shuttle, Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1), from the Kennedy Space Center on April 12, 1981. In the three decades that followed, the space agency deployed a total of 135 missions from US soil. The shuttle missions came to an end with the Atlantis shuttle (STS-135), which flew 33 missions during its service, on July 21, 2011.
This is not the first time the space agency has been accused of covering up evidence of extraterrestrial life. Various objects snapped near the International Space Station have been claimed to be alien in origin by conspiracy theorists. In March, researcher Barry DiGregorio at Buckingham University claimed the Curiosity rover snapped trace fossils created by soft-bodied creatures on Mars.
Images beamed back to Earth from Curiosity appear to show patterns similar to Ordovician trace fossils Dr DiGregorio has photographed here on Earth, he claimed. Trace fossils are made by animals going about their lives, like footprints, burrows and waste matter, rather than the remains of the creatures themselves. According to Nasa, the shapes captured in images from Mars are simply rock crystals that are currently undergoing analysis.
A GHOSTLY hooded figure has been caught on a teenager’s camera while she was exploring a Welsh abbey. Urban explorer Rosie Boulton, 19, made the spooky sighting at the historic site where Black Death wiped out monks in 1348.
Travelling to several haunted locations a week, Rosie is constantly on the road snapping pictures of ruins. While visiting Tintern Abbey at night, Rosie and her friends didn’t find anything unusual but remember feeling creeped out at the Monmouthshire site.
Having always believed in ghosts and the paranormal, she couldn’t believe her luck and can’t wait to visit the location again. Rosie, from Stanford Bridge, Worcs, said: “I get an adrenaline rush, especially when it’s dark because it sets that eerie vibe. I felt okay at the beginning, but it was a huge place which made it feel a little spookier. You’re not supposed to go there at night. We felt like someone was coming towards us so we all ran out as we were scared. I didn’t know about the ghost of the monk until I got home and looked back at the pictures. I was on my own going through the photos and it just freaked me out. I called my friend and told her about the photos straight away.”
Tintern Abbey stands by the River Wye and was founded by the Cistercian monks in 1131 AD and was the only the second Cistercian foundation in Britain – the first in Wales.
TERRIFYING footage has emerged of what some believe to be the roars of Bigfoot in a forest. In the clip, a camera has been set up in an unidentified forest in the US. The area is reportedly a hotspot where people have claimed to see and hear the beast many times.
After a few seconds of silence, some howls are heard before an angry roar bellows through the trees. the second roar is heard not long after this, seeming to get nearer to the camera. Heavy breathing follows this as the creature making these noises appears to be communicating with a howling beast.
The rustle of leaves indicates that the mysterious beast is very near, continuing to roar before the clip ends. Bigfoot, sometimes referred to as Sasquatch, is the name given to a hairy, ape-like being that dwells in the woods. Several sightings of the mythical beast have been reported in North America after they peaked in the 1970s.
This clip was published on Nv Tv and it has clocked up nearly 5,000 views already, sparking a huge debate online. Some viewers believe this is evidence for the existence of Bigfoot.
“That is chilling! My cat was even looking concerned,” one person said.
Another added: “There’s no way that was human.”
But this is not the only recent reported sighting of the beast. A creature was spotted lurking in Canadian woods last week. While a man was left terrified when he believed he saw Bigfoot while trekking through the woods.
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MOST women get fed up with men ghosting them, but others can’t get enough of things that go hump in the night. Reports of spectrophilia – sexual encounters with spirits – are on the rise. For some, the passion is a passing fling. Others find emotions can run deep and decide to give up real men for orgasms with a phantasm.
AMETHYST claims to have had more than 20 phantom flings – even joining the Mile-High Club with her latest spirit partner.
The 30-year-old counsellor, from Nottingham, says: “My new ghost lover is really special – wise, stable and kind. I am not 100 per cent sure if it is male or female, but I have found true love. We met when I went on a trip to Australia earlier this year. Spirits usually remain in one place, but I am delighted this one followed me back to the UK. I was happy and excited. So excited, in fact, we headed to the plane loo – and I am now a member of the Mile-High Club. Orgasms I have with my spirit lovers have been way deeper and more satisfying than any I’ve had with ordinary men. I have given up sleeping with human men. Ghost sex is deeper, more passionate and, oddly, seems more natural. You sense the presence, can feel the energy and, although there’s nobody to touch, you can sense that you’re being touched. I know it sounds crazy, but I’ve been looking into having a ghost baby – and I don’t think it’s totally out of the question.
I believe phantom pregnancies – where a woman experiences pregnancy symptom when there is no foetus – is a ghost baby. I have always had the ability to communicate with the supernatural and first started having spiritual sex when I was 18 and engaged. I was getting undressed for bed when I suddenly felt fingers fluttering their way down my spine and a soft whispering sound – but no words – from behind, in my right ear. It made me shudder all over but in a really nice way. The next thing I knew I was being turned around and embraced. The energy was all-consuming and before I knew it I was on the bed in the throes of ghost-induced ecstasy.
My engagement ended when my fiancé returned one afternoon to find me in bed, wearing stockings, suspenders, a Basque and a tiny G-string. He believed I was hiding a lover, of the flesh-and-blood kind, and ransacked the room looking for him. “That’s when I told him. I said he would never be able to find him because the “man” he was looking for was a ghost. He immediately packed his belongings and left.
After that, I decided that real men were more trouble than they’re worth and that ghost lovers were the way forward. They can’t buy me flowers or take me out to dinner, but they make me feel special in other ways. One drew hearts in condensation on my window. I am not the only one to prefer spirit lovers and have offered to counsel to people going through rough patches in their relationships with ghosts.”
ALTHOUGH currently dating a living man, Sian, 26, claims to have had passionate sex with a ghost from the 19th century.
The copywriter, who lives in London, says: “After splitting from my long-term boyfriend three years ago I rented a 16th-century cottage in Aberystwyth, in west Wales. I was immediately taken by the painting of a handsome man above the mantelpiece, which dated back to 1820.
“A few months after I’d moved in, I woke one morning to find a dark-haired, very good-looking young man lying next to me. He was fully clothed – in a loose, white shirt, a neck scarf and old-fashioned breeches.
He had a kind of shimmer to him as if he was behind a fluttering voile curtain. I told myself I was dreaming and rolled away from him. As I faced the wall, I slowly realised I wasn’t asleep and, suddenly, I was frozen with fear. I felt a hand on my waist but the touch was strange – light and cool. I looked at the man again and realised he was the one from the painting. We ended up making love for an hour. He was very gentle.
Even when he moved on top of me, pressing down, he felt almost weightless. It was very strange, but the sex was amazing. “We made love three times before he vanished forever. I sobbed when he left. I guess I had fallen in love. When I told a couple of close friends about it they looked at me as if I was mad. So I just laughed it off, said something about eating too much cheese, then kept quiet after.”
THE spectral sex phenomenon is on the rise, writes G.L. Davies, ghost hunter and author of Ghost Sex: The Violation. People are opening up about their experiences, with hundreds of men and women willing to share their stories. In the past four years, more than 15,000 people have searched “ghost sex” at paranormal news website theparanormalchronicles.com.
This highlights that a mass of people are feeling lonely, frustrated and sexually disconnected from the le around them. We must be mindful not to dismiss the notion that something incredible, sometimes terrifying, is happening to people all around the world. But at the same time, we have to take into account psychological conditions that may be behind the Spectrophilia phenomena.
I think it is a telling sign in this new age of online dating and social media hook-ups that so many are now looking towards other realms for that special involvement, an out-of-the-ordinary relationship with an extraordinary entity. Maybe, for some, the affections of a spirit are far more loving, arousing and comforting than a person planet could ever offer
Blissful beginnings for a young couple turn into a nightmare after purchasing their dream home in Wales in 1989. Their love and their resolve are torn apart by an indescribable entity that pushes paranormal activity to the limit. Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is the prequel to the bestselling A Most Haunted House (included as a new edit for the complete account).
It’s been 4 years since G.L.Davies shocked the world with his brutal and graphic depiction of paranormal sexual abuse and torment in the controversial bestseller Ghost Sex: The Violation. Now, on November 30th 2018 he returns to his roots with the pre-sequel to his chart-topping true paranormal account that was A most haunted house.
Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is the return to that terrifying house that first sent chills up the spines of readers in A most haunted house. This time the account is set between the years of 1989 and 1991 and focuses on the account of a Pembrokeshire couple who move into that terrible home and this is their testimonial of the bewildering and horrifying events that took place there.
One of the spookiest writers around, G.L Davies dares you to enter his latest haunted house. A couple are pushed to breaking point as an entity possesses their home. Terrifyingly real, this is a must-read for horror fan
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This, new longer account explores the paranormal activity that pushes the occupants to the brink of sanity with the unique style that G.L.Davies fans have grown accustomed too through his previous works. This is not a sensationalised account more often found in other offerings of the genre but the actual transcripts from the interviews of the people involved along with notes and insight from G.L.Davies as he tries to discern what had happened to these people and how it links to his own personal experience at the house.
Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest not only includes a brand new account set between 1989 and 1991 but a NEW edit of A most Haunted house with the events that took place there in 2002 PLUS a summary of explanations which is a must for sceptic and believer alike as it dissects the possible rationale behind the events from the ordinary to the arcane. This is one of the most complete paranormal documentations in recent memory.
G.L.Davies is an author who leads the reader through a gripping account of his own personal haunting which I found to be very interesting. Through his experience, he has gained an unusual insight into what can happen to a normal person when they happen across The Paranormal. This chilling read will certainly start to worry the reader and will certainly have them looking behind them at some stage. This is a must read for those looking for explanations. As Demonologist on the TV show Most Haunted, I understand what the author went through and this book should not only make people more aware of what to them was previously unknown but make them think twice about meddling with it.
Fred Batt, Most Haunted – TV Series
Already accepted by members of the paranormal community as one of the greatest paranormal accounts in Modern History, Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is assured to make readers feel uneasy as they turn their lights off before bed.
G.L Davies takes us into the real-life terror of a malevolent haunting in the pages of Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest. If you have the intestinal fortitude to venture forward, your bravery will be rewarded with a great, if frightening read. I’d say go for it and pick up your copy today!
Jim Harold, Host of The Paranormal Podcast and Jim Harold’s Campfire
This is a Terrifying read, a book that will haunt you long after you have read it. Its builds masterfully, drawing you closer and closer and then the terror hits you. This is a modern paranormal masterpiece, complete with the original A most haunted house and a must-read section on explanations, this is possibly the most important paranormal account of the 21st Century. This is a haunting people will be talking about in a hundred years time and all the while they will say, I hope it didn’t happen in our house. G L Davies is finally back and he has grown as a writer and investigator, this is shocking and chilling brilliance.
K-Town, Mysterious Radio.com
If you are a paranormal investigator and have not read this book then you are not a real Paranormal Investigator. Raw, real, detailed, gritty and utterly frightening. As it includes the first book, A most haunted house, then this is the UK’s most detailed and prolific modern haunting investigating over twenty years worth of evidence. There are incidents and events that still linger long after reading, things difficult to make sense of, disturbing things that will leave you with you one thought, I hope this never happens to me! The best paranormal book out there, Read it, just not before bed.
Nikki Davies, Lead Investigator – Devon Ghost Adventures
The courage it took to tell a story of the supernatural that drove one to the depths of depression is to be admired. G L Davies accounts are raw, real and riveting
Jeremy Scott, Into The Parabnormal Radio
A paralogian to the paranormal is like a theologian to theology. A paralogian should have a good understanding of paranormal history, theory, & application. It is clearly evident that G L Davies not only has a real solid understanding of the different kinds of paranormal activity & phenomena people may experience, but he also understands the impact in which that said phenomena can have on an individual’s psychological well being as well as the parasociological implications for the surrounding family unit. G L Davies is a true paralogian through & through. Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest is a testament to that statement & a real pleasure to digest. I enjoyed this immensely.
Kevin Malek, Paranormal Historian & Ufologist; Founder Of The Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society Ltd & Co-Host for Paraversal Universe on the LNM Radio Network.
G L Davies once again takes readers on a terrifying journey into madness and the unknown that will grip believers tightly and shake sceptics to their very core
Ashley Shannon, Schlock Tactics podcast
G L. Davies is up to his old tricks again in his latest book Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest. His nasty detailed and unimaginable horror scenarios will give some readers nightmares. I interviewed G. L Davies on my YouTube Show before and thoroughly enjoyed his previous work
Kevin Moore, The Kevin Moore Show
At Black Lotus, we pride ourselves in the exhaustive research we put into each of our episodes. Too often, people will not do the necessary legwork and research that is inherently required when investigating the paranormal. They simply parrot what others are saying and offer nothing new. This is why it was such a pleasure to discover G. L. Davies’ Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest. Written as an interview with the previous tenants of the house in which Davies once resided, it is not your typical haunted house story. While maintaining the integrity required of such research, Davies also writes with a human compassion that is rarely found among other paranormal explorers. Amazing work! We loved it!!
Damian Gray & Ralph Torlucci, Black Lotus Media Productions
G L. Davies has done it again! Having experienced his previous work I can only say that “Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest” is the natural progression to the level of master in development of suspense & the building of shock & disbelief, all leading to the realization that these horrific paranormal experiences truly DO exist!
Kat Hobson, Paranormal Experienced Radio
G L Davies masterfully brings the terror of living in a real haunted house to life again as he returns to the Horror of Haverfordwest!
Jason Bland, Paranormal Soup – LNM radio
I had the pleasure of interviewing G. L Davies on my Radio Show many years ago discussing his first book and my listeners and I were left in awe, but I must say that his current book Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest also did not disappoint. It gave me chills as read it and I was unable to put it down as I was led on a journey through this very twisted Paranormal tale. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the Paranormal and this book will definitely be put on my shows “MUST READ”List.
Christina George, Paranormal Connections Radio Show
Few of us will ever experience the paranormal in our own home. Where a place of sanctuary becomes strange and we fear for our own sanity. G L Davies takes us on a journey through the unknown with extraordinary clarity and humility. Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest will appeal to those interested in the paranormal, as well as those who want to know more about how such experiences can help us grow as a person. Life is for the living, not the dead.
Claire Elliot, The Claire Witch Files
“G L Davies is a masterful author who, once again, leads the reader through a gripping account of the paranormal. Genuinely worrying and chilling. This is a MUST read and the section on the rationale behind the haunting is worth the read alone.
Dave Dominguez , – Event Horizon online Radio show
Very creepy retell of what happened in a haunted house when a married couple lived in it for a short period of time in the late 80’s -early 90’s. I am a sceptic, but that does not mean that I could not suspend belief a few times while reading about the horrifying things that happened in that house…
Giulia Naccarato, NetGalley
I could not put this book down. I found the story to be creepy, scary and at times terrifying.
Jill Long, NetGalley
A creepy ghost story just right for this time of year as the nights draw in. Atmospheric and draws you into the story and the characters
Tracy Clarkson, NetGalley
Another creepy and scary book to read from GL Davies. This time it follows the story of another couple who lived in The House years before, the things they suffered and how it affected them. The tales are horrific and awful and I couldn’t imagine ever living through what they did. Having lived in Haverfordwest for 18 years of my life, I’m really grateful it wasn’t in this house….and I’m grateful I didn’t know it existed. This is a fantastic read if you want to read a horror that’s real life….if you’re brave enough to!
I have just finished reading this book. I still have chills up my spine. I liked the way the story was set out and really got a sense of the terror experienced by Dai and Anne. Whether you are a believer in the paranormal or not, this book is well worth a read.
Sue Blanchard, NetGalley