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This Week’s Sky at a Glance, September 12–20

In the southwestern sky at dusk, Antares, Mars, and Saturn now form an almost equally spaced straight line, as shown at right. Mars continues to move east against its starry … Continue reading

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Story of the Enfield poltergeist set to be portrayed in a new TV drama

THE terrifying story of the Enfield poltergeist is to be serialised in a new TV drama.The Enfield Haunting, filming for which started last week, is a three-part dramatisation of the … Continue reading

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Ghostwriter and Ghost: The Strange Case of Pearl Curran & Patience Worth

In early 20th-century St. Louis, Pearl Curran claimed to have conjured a long-dead New England puritan named Patience Worth through a Ouija board. Although mostly unknown today, the resulting books, … Continue reading

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Where are all the dead sea monsters?

On 25th April 1977, the Japanese trawler Zuiyo-maru accidentally hauled up a 10-m-long vertebrate carcass while about 30 miles off the coast of Christchurch, New Zealand. They didn’t want to … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the Mouselow Stones

When Glynis Greenman undertook the excavation of the site in 1985 she experienced a lot of warnings about working on the site, she describes these in a letter to Mr … Continue reading

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Archaeologists find 2,000-year-old foal skull and skeleton of Roman woman in Buckinghamshire

“The skull is from a foal found buried near the line of the Roman road,” said Eliza Algassar, the Archaeological Planning Officer for Buckinghamshire County Council. read more Archaeologists find … Continue reading

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The 1960s TV Series U.F.O Predicted Today’s Cutting-Edge Military Tech

Yes, this classic show created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson had its share of late-’60s, early-’70s schlock, such as military officers whose mini-skirt uniforms included purple wigs. But U.F.O also … Continue reading

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Watch Bigfoot Go Ape In First ‘Exists’ Clip!

Exists, the new found-footage movie from the co-director of The Blair Witch Project and V/H/S/2, now has a clip.Shown below, fans of Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale’s V/H/S/2 segment will … Continue reading

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Astral Out of Body Experience or Dream Telepathy on the North Atlantic 1828

We stumbled upon a strange old story from the British annals of the unexplained. This isn’t a ghost story so much as it is a combination of astral projection and … Continue reading

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Giant Squid The Length Of A Bus Examined By Scientists In New Zealand

A colossal squid weighing 350kg has been retrieved from the deep freeze for scientists to scrutinise.As long as a minibus, the elusive species was fished out of Antarctica’s remote Ross … Continue reading

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Dan Aykroyd Wants Ghostbusters To Be The Next Marvel Cinematic Universe

In related news, I want a pony, but I don’t either I or Aykroyd are going to get what we want. Aykroyd revealed his grand delusions plans for the Ghostbusters … Continue reading

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Iceland’s Bardarbunga Volcano: Incredible Footage Captures Lava Eruption Beneath Northern Lights

Incredible footage has been captured of Iceland’s largest volcanic system Bardarbunga erupting beneath the spectacular display of the aurora borealis. Bardarbunga erupted over the weekend after weeks of increased seismic … Continue reading

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Doctor Who’s Matt Smith to star in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies movie

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith is joining the cast of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.Director Burr Steers 17 Again is adapting Seth Grahame-Smith’s book, which parodies Jane Austen’s novel Pride and … Continue reading

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Viking Blacksmith’s Grave Uncovered in Norway

The spectacular remains of what appears to be a Viking grave, most likely belonging to a blacksmith, has been uncovered in Sogndalsdalen, Norway as reported by NRK. The grave was … Continue reading

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Were mysterious lights in the sky linked to Rendlesham UFO incident?

As witnesses, researchers and authors prepare for Saturday’s Rendlesham Forest Incident Conference, two brothers have told of their own unexplained experiences. Teenagers Alex and Leon Pattersson were sledging with their … Continue reading

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The Curse of James Deans Car

On September 23 of 1955, teen idol and revered rebel James Dean met actor Alec Guinness outside of a restaurant. Dean introduced himself and went on to discuss with Guinness … Continue reading

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Inked Amazons: Passionate Warrior Women Who Loved Cannabis, Battle-axes, Booty & Bling

What if the ferocious Amazons of ancient times actually existed? What if they not only tamed wild horses and rode hard, but also fought hard with battle-axes, played hard with … Continue reading

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Cirencester’s Bronze Cockerel

Cotswold Archaeology announced that the Cirencester cockerel—a colorful, enameled bronze figurine of a young rooster discovered in a child’s grave in 2011—will go on display at Corinium Museum this month. … Continue reading

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10 Horrifying Technologies That Should Never Be Allowed To Exist

As we head deeper into the 21st century, we’re starting to catch a glimpse of the fantastic technological possibilities that await. But we’re also starting to get a grim sense … Continue reading

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Here’s Why Longsword Fighting Is Now A Popular Sport

If you love sword battles in your fantasy films, then this emerging sport may be perfect for you. Called longsword fighting, it’s a revival of a once-forgotten ancient skill.There’s been … Continue reading

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A Density Map Showing 219 Million Stars Of The Visible Milky Way

It took University of Hertfordshire astronomers 10 years to do it, but their meticulous efforts have resulted in a mindboggingly detailed catalogue of the visible part of the northern section … Continue reading

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Richard III Died Without His Helmet

New study gives a blow-by-blow account of Richard III’s death and the injuries inflicted on his body in the Battle of Bosworth Field 529 years ago. Results suggest he had … Continue reading

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Limestone Hospital – Urbex NZ

This old hospital was definitely one of the best locations we got into over our Easter holiday touring the South Island, looking out for new abandonments amongst the ones I … Continue reading

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new book – ‘Do Zombies Dream of Undead Sheep?: A Neuroscientific View of the Zombie Brain’ by Timothy Verstynen and Bradley Voytek

Even if you’ve never seen a zombie movie or television show, you could identify an undead ghoul if you saw one. With their endless wandering, lumbering gait, insatiable hunger, antisocial … Continue reading

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Survey of Gallipoli Battlefield Continues

Archaeologists from Turkey, Australia, and New Zealand are wrapping up a five-year project to survey the World War I battlefield site on the Gallipoli Peninsula. read more Survey of Gallipoli … Continue reading

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Lawyers, staff in Delhi’s Karkardooma court complex convinced that it’s haunted

The usual cacophony of lawyers, petitioners and visitors at the Karkardooma Court Complex has of late been replaced by hushed talk about ghosts, spirits and the supernatural. A white shadowy … Continue reading

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