Researchers have reportedly discovered a three-fingered mummified "alien" body in Nazca, Peru. If the city sounds familiar, it's because Nazca is home to the famous and mysterious Nazca Lines and has long been known as a hotbed of alleged extraterrestrial activity. As Daily Mail reports, video of the has begun to circulate on YouTube, begging the question, "Is it a hoax?"
On the , a video entitled "Unearthing Nazca" describes the purportedly historic and potentially history-changing find. The so-called "alien mummy" has been officially dubbed "another creature, another humanoid" by rofessor Konstantin Korotkov of Saint Petersburg University in Russia as he tried to make sense of the find. It has been described as 5'6" tall, humanoid in appearance, having an elongated skull and three long fingers and toes. The mummified creature also lacks an external nose and ears.
Nostradamus' prophecies foretold of Hitler by name and location, calling him Hister, for the Hister river Hitler was born near, and thus missing the spelling of his name by one letter to create a play on words. Nostradamus in his cryptic Quatrains described Hitler as the antichrists. Ancient Code quotes the Quatrains.
"Beasts ferocious with hunger will cross the rivers, The greater part of the battlefield will be against Hister. Into a cage of iron will the great one be drawn, When the child of Germany observes nothing."
Nostradamus Quatrains predicted Terror from the skies in 1999. Though the twin towers fell in 2001, that's still pretty close, and calendar inaccuracies that have existed since the theoretical year one, coupled with a change in the calculation of new years since his time, may account for the relatively small error. The comes from The Nostradamus Society of America.
UFO sightings are not a regular occurrence in Oshawa, a city in Ontario, Canada known for its proximity to Lake Ontario shoreline, which is why wildlife photographer Ken Rice was completely taken by surprise when he witnessed one on Saturday (June 21, 2017).
At about 7:45 p.m., just when the Oshawa photographer was just getting back to his car after shooting photographs at the marsh area near the General Motors of Canada headquarters, he saw a very high up in the sky, far away in the distance.
As previously reported by Durham Region, Rice thought that what he was looking at was a "big turkey vulture" so he took a snap of it anyway.
Rice says he wondered if what he saw was a balloon but immediately dismissed the idea because the object was too high up in the sky and sped away too fast for it to be one.
An eagle-eyed resident phoned in to England's 999 system, similar to that of America's 911, to report a spotting of Queen Elizabeth driving through the streets of London without a fastened seat belt, Metro.
Writers for the site say that the call was placed by a dutiful subject of the 91-year-old United Kingdom monarch on the morning of June 21 and picked up by the West Yorkshire Police's Contact Center, who transcribed the caller's description of the alleged royal violation through their official, public Twitter page.
"999 call received [is] reporting that the Queen isn't wearing a seat beat," eads.
"Yes, this actually happened," Metro goes on to say about the unbelievable yet true 999 call taking place, "but whether the caller was [actually] concerned for her safety or just wanted to get the monarch in a bit of trouble, " they go on to say, "we'll probably never know."
A beach in Belgium has been transformed into a giant sandy gallery, featuring larger-than-life super heroes, cartoon characters and Cinderella's castle, for one of the world's biggest sand-sculpture festivals.
In December of 1966, Captain David D. Schindele, a Minuteman I intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launch crew commander at the Minot Air Force Base, claimed that he witnessed a saucer-shaped UFO flying over the air base and disabling all 10 nuclear warhead-equipped ICBMs in his charge.
Schindele, who was stationed at Minot AFB near Mohall, North Dakota, from July 1965 to May 1968, claimed that senior Air Force officials were aware of the UFO incident but warned him to never to speak about it. They urged him to erase the incident from his memory like it never happened. However, information about the UFO sighting was leaked to the local media, and on December 6, 1966, the local newspaper, the Minot Daily News, published a story on its front page about UFO sightings in the area and at the launch facility, under the headline, "Minot Launch Control Center ‘Saucer' Cited As One Indication of Outer Space Visitors."
A Scottish family that offered the equivalent of almost $64,000 dollars to anyone brave enough to become a in their allegedly haunted house has become flooded with applicants and inquiries. The couple own a home in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire that is supposedly haunted. The couple reported that they have never actually witnessed any paranormal activity themselves, but five of their previous nannies left their positions because they were afraid of the ghosts in the house. The nannies claimed the house was haunted.
The couple report that they were told that the historic house in the in a small village in the Scottish Borders was haunted when they bought it, but they weren't overly concerned. They did become concerned when they couldn't keep a nanny though. The couple disclosed that they wanted to be upfront about why the other nannies quit, even though they themselves have never witnessed the supposed hauntings.
German prosecutors said on Wednesday they were investigating a 14-year-old boy suspected of shooting plastic bullets from a toy gun at the King of Thailand who was cycling near Munich late one evening earlier this month. The king was not hurt.
Some people believe places can be haunted, others don't, but many who have traveled the winding road that connects Seaforth to Narrabeen in New South Wales, Australia, say the stretch of road called Wakehurst Parkway is a road they prefer never to travel again. Their own experience tells them that it's a haunted road.
The Mirror reported that many motorists are way down Wakehurst Parkway in New South Wales, Australia.
Strange things happen on this section of road: radios switch off or suddenly ramp up, windscreen wipers suddenly stop working, cars lock and unlock themselves, but even more – people say ghoulish apparitions appear under the cover of darkness.
There have been many unexplained supernatural occurrences on the stretch of road known as Wakehurst Parkway, and drivers say there's a pedestrian crossing at Oxford Falls where the green man flashes repeatedly at 3 A.M. every morning, despite no-one pressing the button.
The Roswell incident in New Mexico back in 1947 is the most compelling and most-talked about UFO sighting ever reported, and Daily Star reports that a UFO ‘expert' has claimed to have in her possession did happen.
Heather Wade, a paranormal expert and radio talk show host, claims that she obtained a top secret US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) document from an unnamed source. The DIA document, she says, contains a detailed report on how the UFO crashed on New Mexico.
On June 2, 1947, the U.S. Air Force announced in a press release that a flying saucer crashed on a ranch in Roswell. Before long, the military retracted its statement, claiming that the UFO was just a crashed air balloon.
Ms. Wade says that the leaked government documents in her possession show proof that the U.S. government has not been telling the entire truth about the Roswell incident.
The UFO sighting known as the "Phoenix Lights" was reported by actor Kurt Russell on March 13, 1997, when he was piloting a plane over Phoenix at the time, but what do we know today about this extraordinary event? On the night in question, witnesses spotted a large string of extremely bright lights that were flying in what appeared to be a V formation. While some witnesses have claimed to see some kind of UFO aircraft behind the beaming lights, others only saw the lights themselves.
Before anyone knew that Kurt Russell was the pilot who had phoned in the "Phoenix Lights" incident, 20,000 other residents also witnessed the alleged UFO sighting. One of these individuals was , who said that even though she had never been a believer in UFOs before, this event changed her mind.
UFO researchers are investigating a report by a resident of Ty Ty, southern Georgia, that he sighted a group of United States Air Force (USAF) jets apparently escorting or chasing a red-orange sphere UFO across the sky at an altitude of about 600 feet.
According to the unnamed witness in a testimony filed on March 4, 2017, as Case 82496 in the reporting database of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), he was stargazing with a telescope outside his home at about 10 p.m. on February 21, 2017, in Ty Ty, a town in Tift County, Georgia, about 100 miles east of Columbus, Georgia, when he heard jet engine sounds coming from the north. He looked northwards, in the direction of the jet engine sounds and noticed in the dark sky a row of flashing white strobe lights and a reddish-orange ball or sphere in the middle.
A new Trump tape could soon be released, with viral reports that a close United States ally has a "compromising" video of the president that may soon see the light of day.
The chatter of a potential Trump tape exploded after a strangely worded statement from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who called on Americans to "exercise caution before accepting as true any stories attributed to anonymous ‘officials,' particularly when they do not identify the country - let alone the branch or agency of government - with which the alleged sources supposedly are affiliated."
Many took this report to mean that a story was soon to break based on information from a foreign source. Some identified Australia as the country in possession of this compromising video, but others noted that the source was unknown.
A man in Lafayette, Louisiana, has reported sighting two saucer-shaped UFOs flying in a tight formation through clouds over Lafayette, Louisiana. He observed the mysterious flying saucer UFOs through a pair of binoculars as they passed between clouds, "one on top of the other." The witness watched through his binoculars as the mysterious UFOs disappeared into a dark cloud that he suspected was an artificially generated "cloaking device."
The sighting, which occurred at about 5 p.m. on May 27, 2017, is being investigated by the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), to Open Minds TV. MUFON is an organization based on the U.S. that documents and investigates reported alien and UFO sightings around the world.
An alleged leak of top-secret U.S. government documents from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) appears to confirm that a flying saucer UFO really did crash at a ranch a few miles from Roswell, New Mexico, in July of 1947. The alleged DIA documents also appear to confirm that alien bodies were recovered from the wreckage of the . The documents, according to UFO researchers, could provide vital evidence backing up claims that the U.S. government hushed up an alien UFO crash near Roswell, in an incident that UFO disclosure activists have described as the biggest cover-up in history.
Heather Wade, the host of the late night paranormal radio show Midnight in the Desert, to have obtained a 47-page DIA dossier containing an "ultra top secret" report about multiple alien and UFO sighting incidents. The dossier includes a detailed six-page report on the fabled 1947 Roswell incident.
A German fellow, named by Guinness World Records as being the most pierced man in the entire world, recently shared with a European publication that nearly half of his body jewelry can be found "down low."
Dusseldorf native Rolf Buchholz was named by the professional record takers' collective as possessing the most piercings ever recorded on the human body - a whopping 453 overall, the New York Post - with 278 of the metal fixtures reportedly residing on and around his genitalia.
"It's not a problem at all," the 58-year-old telecommunications worker recently told The Sun how things are supposedly working "below the belt" for him these days.
"I have had the piercings already [for] so long," he further detailed.
"If there was a problem, I would have got rid of them [a long time] ago."
Rolf's lips reportedly hold another 94 metal attachments, all housed underneath the man's heavily-inked body with two, horn-like implants that visibly protrude beneath his forehead.
Police in Pakistan have arrested a man who took his pet lion for a night-time drive through the streets of the bustling southern port city of Karachi after video of the incident went viral on social media, police said on Thursday.
A video footage of , bolstering speculation that the Witness hitmaker is the latest victim of Mk-Ultra Monarch mind control, as reported by Anonymous.
The footage shows Ms. Perry performing "I Kissed A Girl" on stage before exhibiting bizarre behavior in which she rolls her eyes and speaks gibberish just before collapsing. After hitting the floor like a sack of grain, security dragged off her stage as backup dancers picked up the slack of the performance.