They are calling it a "ghost car" that reportedly comes out of nowhere and causes an accident, and to make things even more enticing this story comes along with a video that was picked up on a dashcam. This isn't the typical Halloween ghost story about things that go bump in the night, this story is set in broad daylight at a very busy intersection in Singapore.
Roads.sg posted a video on their Facebook account from a vehicle's dashcam that seems to show a car coming out of nowhere, with the emphasis on "seems." While the story has social media users "spooked," suggests Fox News, the video experts who have taken a good look at the footage offer their take on "ghost car."
It sounds as if something is happening near one Northern California lake, where a grouping of Bigfoot-like creatures has been spotted by different people on several different occasions over the last five years. The most recent sighting includes the biggest Bigfoot of the bunch carrying a pig over its shoulder and having a mishap as he scrambles to get away. The story may sound unbelievable to you, but one paranormal expert claims these sightings are not unusual in this area.
If there are bigfoot entities out there, with the numbers of cameras instantly available via cell phones, someone is bound to catch some incredible pictures and videos. If anyone has spotted these Bigfoot creatures or has captured images, there's one paranormal expert just itching to talk to you.
The Ghost Adventures team traveled to Vicksburg, Mississippi, on Saturday night to do some paranormal investigating in multiple locations in the first of a two-part episode featuring this historic southern city. As always, Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley, and Jay Wasley discovered plenty of paranormal evidence of hauntings in two locations during the first installment of this Ghost Adventures episode, but they also broke some new ground in the paranormal investigation field with a completely new investigative technique.
Instead of simply relying on devices that can allow spirits to channel their energy into communicating, went a step further and used paranormal technology to create their own "vortex" of energy in the hope it would add more energy that spirits could manipulate. And judging from the results, that's exactly what some spirits in Vicksburg did, and they did it on camera.
If you haven't seen the most recent episode of Ghost Adventures in Vicksburg, suffice it to say that spoilers follow.
Theories of a second shooter in the Las Vegas massacre are gaining steam online, thanks in large part to a viral video that claims to show two separate and distinct sets of gunfire during the mass shooting last week.
Though police have been investigating the shooting for more than a week, there is still little more known about the motives of shooter Stephen Paddock or exactly how he pulled off the attack. Authorities say Paddock took his own life as police were closing in on his Mandalay Bay hotel room, but not before his shooting killed 58 people and injured hundreds of others at a country music festival taking place below the hotel.
The confusing circumstances surrounding the shooting - combined with some controversial changes in the official story about the massacre - have given rise to conspiracy theories about the shooting. One claims to show evidence that two people were firing separately into the crowd, with what appears to be two distinct sounds of gunfire.
Roseanne Barr's online presence vanished suddenly on Friday, and some fans think it may have something to do with her questions about a mysterious and alleged "Trump insider" named QAnon who has been offering cryptic prophecies online.
On Friday afternoon, the actress and former presidential candidate tweeted some questions about the person known as QAnon, an anonymous poster on the site 4chan who claims to be an insider in the Donald Trump administration and has shared some cryptic predictions of Trump's actions and alleged arrests to come. Though many of the predictions have not come to pass - including a report that Hillary Clinton's former campaign manager, John Podesta, would be indicted in early November - the mysterious personality has still managed to gain a following in the online conspiracy theory community.
Roseanne Barr appeared to make reference to the personality on Friday, tweeting, "who is Q?"
Sheep have been trained to recognize the faces of celebrities, including former U.S. President Barack Obama, by University of Cambridge scientists who hope it may help with understanding neurodegenerative diseases.
British police were hunting for an unidentified man on Tuesday after a suitcase containing 1 million pounds ($1.3 million) worth of gems was stolen from a luggage rack on a train at London's Euston station.
In the grand tradition of Britain's Boaty McBoatface, Australian authorities are christening one of the ferries crossing Sydney's world famous harbour Ferry McFerryface, but some union workers aren't amused.