Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Michael Jackson, Werefolk, and Bigfoot
Cryptomundo takes a thrilling look back.
See also the
moonwalking bird of Central America.
Migaloo has returned
Migaloo is a rare white male humpback whale first spotted in 1991. Experts believe he is now about 21 to 23 years old.
Land O'Lakes nurse investigates Bigfoot sightings
Midnight, March 5. A young man drives toward U.S. 19 on Gulf Trace Boulevard in Holiday. He turns on his high beams where the road curves along some woods, just past the recreation center. His lights catch a pair of yellowish eyes, then a broad-shouldered figure, 8 or 9 feet tall, covered in brown hair.
Monterey's Bart Cutino sets sights on Bigfoot
Zodiac buffs to gather again at Blue Rock Springs
"New suspects keep popping up every day," Voight said of the serial killer who haunted the Bay Area in the late 1960s and was the subject of a 2007 movie. "Everyone seems to have a father, step-father, brother or uncle who was the Zodiac."
2012 - The World’s Last Leg
Awesome or Off-Putting stares into the abyss.
Monday, June 29, 2009
Of winged beasts and lizard men
At Mike Conley's Tales of the Weird.
Two new Obama mysteries!
The latest Obama conspiracy? The White House faked its vegetable garden.
Models of Earliest (Camel-Pulled) Vehicles Found
Some of the world's first farmers may have sped around in two-wheeled carts pulled by camels and bulls, suggests a new analysis on tiny models of these carts that date to 6,000-5,000 years ago.
How many more innocent people were wrongly jailed because of 'wonder dog'?
A wonder dog helped convict all three men: a German shepherd named Harass II, who wowed juries with his amazing ability to place suspects at the scenes of crimes.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
It Has Begun
Michael Jackson "seen moving" inside the helicopter transporting his body.
How long until MJ is spotted with Bigfoot?
Friday, June 26, 2009
Chupacabra – not! Mangy coyote more like it
"I Swear it was a Black Panther..."
"Are there black panthers in West Virginia,” a close friend, with limited outdoors knowledge, once asked me. "There have to be, because I saw one the other night in my backyard."
Friday's Flying Saucers
Military jets spotted searching for sphere UFO over Kansas City, Kansas UFO photographed over Edgware
A UFO enthusiast spotted a cigar shaped object hovering over Frodsham UFO video reports from four states TEN THINGS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT... FLYING SAUCERS UFO footage from Singapore on May 17th
The 6 Most Famous UFO Sightings in History Night-time invasion or Chinese lanterns? Man Builds Flying Saucer in His Yard UFO's of the 19th Century
The Cloud That Proved The 1908 Tunguska Explosion Was A Comet
New evidence, based on strange, glowing clouds in the upper atmosphere, proves that Tunguska wasn't caused by aliens after all.
'Ark of the Covenant' about to be unveiled?
Ethiopian church leader says Friday, June 26, marks the right time to unveil the Biblical Ark of the Covenant, which he says has been hidden in his church for centuries. Abuna Pauolos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, was in Rome this week to meet with Pope Benedict XVI. While there, he told reporters that the time had come to reveal before the world the Holy Ark. He said that the holy container has been in the custody of his church for hundreds of years.
Sarah Winchester built a mystery
Uncertainties surround both the rambling, uneven Victorian mansion that grew to 160 rooms, many unfinished, and the lady of the house herself.
Mexico vows to keep looking for 'lost' island
Mexico vowed to keep looking for a mysterious island that could extend its offshore oil claims after university researchers said they couldn’t find it.
India turns to 'cloud seeding' to make rain
India is developing new techniques to create rain artificially amid growing fears over the late arrival of the monsoon season.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Tut mystery revealed — almost
It’s a 3,000-year-old mystery that has eluded Egyptologists since the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb, and now San Franciscans may be the first to know what really killed the Boy King.
Race to save rare cave carvings
Experts have been trying to find out why ancient carvings in a mysterious chalk cave in Royston town centre are slowly disappearing.
The cave may have a possible Templar link. With video.
Stoned wallabies make Australian crop circles
The mystery of crop circles in poppy fields in Australia's southern island state of Tasmania has been solved -- stoned wallabies are eating the poppy heads and hopping around in circles.
Satanists deny beheading deer near Northwich
“The killing of animals may only occur when it is absolutely necessary for personal survival, in self defence or for food. But never, under any circumstances, are they ritually abused and killed.”
Actor tackles 'the great beast'
Writer and actor John Burns will perform Beast: Aleister Crowley, a Passion for Evil at two Highland venues on Saturday and next month.
Does Enceladus, Saturn’s Geyser-Spouting Moon, Have Liquid Oceans?
Saturn’s moon Enceladus got humanity’s attention in 2005 when surprised astronomers detected jets of ice and gas spraying out from the moon’s icy surface, and since then researchers have eagerly investigated the possibility that the jets might emanate from liquid oceans beneath the frozen crust.
A rare taste of goldfields life in 1855 miner's diary
A rare 1855 diary written by a miner on the Ballarat goldfields will go on display at the Gold Museum later this month.
Space shuttle science shows how 1908 Tunguska explosion was caused by a comet
The mysterious 1908 Tunguska explosion that leveled 830 square miles of Siberian forest was almost certainly caused by a comet entering the Earth's atmosphere, says new Cornell University research.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
New Maine Mountain Lion Incidents
Cryptomundo's got 'em.
The Man From Atlantis
An introduction to the life and work of John Michell, and essential bibliography.
Flutes Offer Clues to Stone-Age Music
At least 35,000 years ago, in the depths of the last ice age, the sound of music filled a cave in what is now southwestern Germany, the same place and time early Homo sapiens were also carving the oldest known examples of figurative art in the world.
10,500-Year-Old Well With Female Skeleton Unearthed In Cyprus
Cyprus’ top antiquities official reported Wednesday that archaeologists had discovered a 16-foot water well more than 10,500 years old, which contained a skeleton of a young woman at the bottom.
Bigfoot: a search in Utah
John R. Salmond plans to head to a remote corner of northeastern Utah this weekend in search of a legend.
The credulity of ufologists.
What was the manna of the Bible?
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Love Sex Fear Death: The Inside Story of The Process Church of the Final Judgment
The Process Church of the Final Judgment was the apocalyptic shadow side of the flower-powered ’60s and perhaps the most notorious cult of modern times.
New release from Feral House.
Fishy and froggy falls continue in Japan
We saw a fall of tadpoles in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan a few days ago and they have kept falling, grown up rapidly into frogs and then got their silly selves mixed up with carp.
More On Merbeings
Cryptomundo has some interesting follow-up
this original post.
Do runic-like symbols carved in this mystery rock point to lost Spanish gold?
Just across Red River from Spanish Fort, Texas, a large, solid slab of sandstone at the edge of an almost perpetually dry, sandy creek bed, is pocked with strange carvings resembling runic symbols. Downstream, a bleached horse skeleton lies half buried in the sand.
he Batsquatch - part bat, part Sasquatch. It’s like a marriage made in cryptozoological heaven. It exists though - allegedly. It’s been sighted around Mt. St. Helens in the US, and according to witness report - its exactly what is sound like.
Summer of '69 prime time for paranormal
During the summer of 1969, folks living near Lake Worth, located near Fort Worth, Texas, were talking about a strange creature that supposedly lurked around the lake's woods.
Masonic Mormon Martyrs?
There is something strange going on with a seemingly isolated story quietly occurring in Utah-Colorado. It has come to involve suicides, Indian artifacts, and perhaps, most covertly and confusingly, Mormons.
Monday, June 22, 2009
Plant Communication: Sagebrush Engage In Self-recognition And Warn Of Danger
Plants engage in self-recognition and can communicate danger to their “clones” or genetically identical cuttings planted nearby, says professor Richard Karban of the Department of Entomology, University of California, Davis, in groundbreaking research published in the current edition of Ecology Letters.
River monster tales
Bigfoot in Oklahoma.
So, whatever happened to Bigfoot? Bigfoot revisited
Viking New England
Did the Vikings make it to New England?
Mystery is written in rocks of Bellows Falls
"The figures have the appearance of great antiquity," McClure wrote, noting that the British colonists who settled the area a half-century earlier had observed them. The faces were life-sized images, consisting of a simple oval with markings for eyes, nose, mouth and perhaps ears, McClure wrote. Some had lines sticking out of their heads that observers would take to be feathers, horns or rays.
Here's how to solve Oak Island mystery
For only $15 million, you could uncover the mystery of Oak Island.
Unsolved Mystery Behind Recurrent Lightning Strikes at Uliabail
The people’s anxiety is not without basis for, every year in the past decade, lightning strikes have been frequent at a specific plot of land that lies beside a paddy field in Patrame village about 25 kilometers away from Uppinangady.
Underground Cave Dating From The Year 1 A.D. Exposed In Jordan Valley
An artificial underground cave, the largest in Israel, has been exposed in the Jordan Valley in the course of a survey carried out by the University of Haifa's Department of Archaeology. Prof. Adam Zertal, who headed the excavating team, reckons that this cave was originally a large quarry during the Roman and Byzantine era and was a "one of a kind." Various engravings were uncovered in the cave, including cross markings, and it is assumed that this could have been an early monastery.
US seeks to stop Geronimo lawsuit
US officials are seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit brought against the government by descendants of Apache leader Geronimo to recover his remains.
Where are the bones of Geronimo?
Officials look for answers in Rapid Creek mystery deaths
A decade after eight homeless men turned up dead along Rapid Creek, it's still unclear what happened to them, and authorities don't agree on whether the deaths were accidents or homicides.
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Amanda Knox Trial Update
Coroner Adds to Questions in Italy Murder Case Meredith Kercher knife 'not a match' to murder weapon Knox's mother testifies in Kercher case Dispute over Kercher murder knife
Scientology: The truth rundown
High-ranking defectors provide an unprecedented inside look at the Church of Scientology and its mercurial leader, David Miscavige.
Huge piece from the St. Petersburg Times.
Cyberwar guide for Iran elections
Yishay sez, "The road to hell is paved with the best intentions (including mine). Learn how to actually help the protesters and not the gov't in Iran."
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Protests in Iran
I'm following the protests in Iran
here. More amazing photos here.
"Top 10 Space Conspiracy Theories"
If the venerable television series "Star Trek" has taught us one thing, it's that the holodeck will never work properly and you should never go in there. But if it's taught us two things, the second must be that space is the final frontier.
Friday, June 19, 2009
DNA tests show Michigan man is not 1955 missing toddler
DNA test results reveal that a Michigan man is not a Long Island, New York, boy who went missing 54 years ago, according to the FBI.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Strange Inconsistencies in the $134.5 Billion Bearer Bond Mystery
Family keeps digging for centuries-old truth
Meriwether Lewis: suicide or murder?
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Huge Pre-Stonehenge Complex Found via "Crop Circles"