Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Empress Dowager with the paper dolls soliders!

Selling house - not haunted

On top of a cab!!! LOL

You alive to me now!

Paranormal Investigators or stars? lol

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Scientists ’95% Sure’ Bigfoot Lives in Russian Tundra

An international team of experts has concluded that there is a 95% chance of the creature's existence.

Consisting of experts from as far afield as Canada and Sweden, the team met up for a day-long conference in Tashtagol, a town in the Kemerovo region of Russia 2,000 miles from Moscow. Last year an expedition was organised to seek clues in the region's Azassky cave and Karatag peak, an endeavor that allegedly uncovered "irrefutable evidence" of the creature.

"Conference participants came to the conclusion that the artifacts found give 95% evidence of the habitation of the ‘snow man’ on Kemerovo region territory," said a statement. "In one of the detected tracks, Russian scientist Anatoly Fokin noted several hairs that might belong to the yeti."

Beware when you sleep!

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Paranormal pampers

Debunking China's melt-proof ice cream

Reporters from Japan went to China to investigate the alleged invention of ice cream that doesn't melt.

The infamous treat made by Nestle China and known simply as 'Banana' can be found at most shops around the country. Filming his efforts on camera, one journalist purchased the bright yellow treat and left it sitting in the sun for three hours. The lolly is comprised of a vanilla ice cream core surrounded by a thick gelatinous substance.

Despite being left in the heat for so long the lolly surprisingly showed no signs of melting. Believing that food boffins had indeed created the impossible the journalist set about tucking in only to find that while the outside was intact, the inside was now a mess of melted liquid ice cream.

Archaeologists unveil new terracotta warriors

Over 100 terracotta warriors have been unearthed near the Qin Emperor's mausoleum in northern China.

Archaeologists have been painstakingly excavating the figures which were created centuries ago to guard the tomb of China's first emperor. 12 pottery horses along with the remains of chariots, weapons and tools were also found at the site.

"The excavation on the 200sq m site has found a total of 110 terracotta figurines," said Shen Maosheng. "The most significant discovery this time around is that the relics that were found were well-preserved and colourfully painted."

Monday, June 11, 2012

The UFO Phenomenon Nick Pope warns of UFOs at the Olympics

Former MoD investigator Nick Pope has warned of potential UFO activity over London during the Olympics.

Pope, who used to investigate UFO reports at the Ministry of Defense, is convinced that UFO activity during the games could pose a serious risk to air security. "With the summer of mass events we are all on high alert for terrorism," he said. "But we must also cast our eyes further afield and be prepared for even the most seemingly unfathomable."

Following his work for the MoD, Pope is convinced that we are not alone. "If aliens have studied our psychology, they may choose to appear in our skies on a significant date - the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games is one date being widely circulated by conspiracy groups," he said.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Ghost Imposter ! LOL

UFO? Missile trace? New mystery spiral lights seen over Israel, Middle East

Authorities in several countries were alerted following sightings of a strange swirling object in the sky.

Reports came in from Georgia, Armenia, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and other countries in the region, observers described the spectacle as a swirling, shining object that gave off a smoke trail. While rumors have persisted that the object was some sort of missile test there have been no confirmations of operations being carried out in the area at that time.

A spaceship flying over Israel? A satellite or a Russian ballistic missile? An unidentified flying object observed in Middle East countries Thursday night has caused panic, with people calling the police to say they witnessed a UFO.

Family Finds Mammoth Bones In Backyard June 5 2012

One Iowa family got the surprise of their lives when they discovered mammoth bones in their garden.

The 12,000 year-old bones are being hailed as one of the most significant such discoveries due to the position and size of the bones and because the remains appear to have been undisturbed since the animal died. A local farmer first discovered the bones when he unearthed a 10ft femur at the property two years ago after one of his sons initially believed it to be a bowling ball.

"The size of this discovery is quite uncommon," said Sarah Horgen of the University of Iowa Museum of Natural History. "It’s pretty exciting-–partially because the mammoth is being discovered where it died. And we know that because we’re finding very large bones right alongside very small bones."

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Singapore Paranormal Investigators (SPI) - Investigated a move out unit ...

Boy photographs UFO over forest

An 11-year-old boy managed to snap a photograph of a strange object while playing in his garden.

Jack Brody first noticed the silver object in the sky over Epping Forest on May 27th, his first instinct was to run inside to fetch his camera and take a picture of it. "I got back from a walk and Jack ran up to me and said ‘you will not believe what I got a picture of,'" said his father, Simon.

"He pointed at this thing that was so small that you could barely see it. It was up there glimmering in the sun. It is a kind of silver circular thing. It is very odd. It is funny, committed UFO spotters who spend years trying to get pictures would not be able to get one that is that good."

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Man pushes elderly woman off a bus

Being Paranoid? Being Stressful? Being Possessed with Anger?

According to a news report, the incident happened at 3.15pm on Tuesday (June 5), on SMRT bus service 167 travelling along Upper Thomson Road, before Thomson Plaza. The 76-year-old woman had pressed the bell at the last minute, causing it to stop a bus length after the stop.

The man, 25-year-old Alex Ong, shouted at the woman: "Next time, please don't press the bell so late."

She replied: "It's none of your business."

Following this, Mr Ong got up and rushed to towards the woman and raised his hand, threatening to slap her. The two shouted at each other before Mr Ong pushed her out the door. The bus driver, an elderly man, and a woman in her 40s stepped in to help the elderly woman, who was visibly affected.

The bus driver then helped the woman to a seat on the bus before the bus moved on to the next stop. The police were eventually called in and Mr Ong apologized to the elderly woman.

He said: 'I didn't mean to hurt her. It's just that when you're angry, your mind gets into a state of disarray."

The elderly woman had minor injuries, but refused to be taken to hospital by the Singapore Civil Defence Force. 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

'Vampire' skeletons found in Bulgaria near Black Sea

Two medieval skeletons with iron stakes through their chests have been discovered in Bulgaria. The country has seen its fair share of 'vampire skeleton' burials over the years with over 100 discovered, up until a century ago it was common practice to put a stake through the heart of the deceased in fear that they would rise again at night and terrorize the living.

"These skeletons stabbed with rods illustrate a practice which was common in some Bulgarian villages up until the first decade of the 20th Century," said Bozhidar Dimitrov of Bulgaria's National History Museum. People believed the rod would pin the dead into their graves and stop them from becoming vampires.

Archaeologists in Bulgaria have found two medieval skeletons pierced through the chest with iron rods to supposedly stop them from turning into vampires. The discovery illustrates a pagan practice common in some villages up until a century ago, say historians. People deemed bad had their hearts stabbed after death, for fear they would return to feast on humans' blood. Similar archaeological sites have also been unearthed in other Balkan countries.

Bulgaria is home to around 100 known "vampire skeleton" burials. Searchers stumbled across the latest two specimens, dating back to the Middle Ages, in the Black Sea town of Sozopol. 'Terrorise the living' "These skeletons stabbed with rods illustrate a practice which was common in some Bulgarian villages up until the first decade of the 20th Century," explained Bozhidar Dimitrov who heads the National History Museum in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.

People believed the rod would pin the dead into their graves to prevent them from leaving at midnight and terrorising the living, the historian added. Archaeologist Petar Balabanov, who in 2004 discovered six nailed-down skeletons at a site near the eastern Bulgarian town of Debelt, said the pagan rite had also been practised in neighbouring Serbia and other Balkan countries.

Vampire legends form an important part of the region's folklore. The myths directly inspired Bram Stoker's legendary gothic horror novel, Dracula, which was first published in 1897 and has since been turned into numerous filmic versions. 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Police shoot 'zombie' feasting on another man

Police in Miami were forced to take down a naked man who was gnawing at another man's face. The bizarre series of events started when cyclist Larry Vega noticed one man feeding on another man who was lying in the road. Shocked by what he was seeing, he flagged down a police officer who pointed his gun at the perpetrator and ordered him to stop. The man stopped for a second, looked up and then growled at the officer before continuing to feed. Vega recounted how the officer had proceeded to shoot the attacker who despite being wounded seemed oblivious and carried on feeding. The officer eventually had no choice but to fire again, this time killing him. Police are now investigating the incident, while some have referred to the mysterious attacker as evidence of a real-life zombie, it is thought that the man, now identified as 31-year-old Rudy Eugene, may have been high on drugs at the time.

Animal Planet TV crew capture audio they believe proves existence of yowies

The four-man 'Finding Bigfoot' team believe they have captured audio of a bigfoot in Australia. The team had conducted an expedition in the forests of Queensland and New South Wales in search of the elusive bipedal hominid that is known locally as the "yowie". BFRO researcher James Fay contends that audio recordings captured during their travels in the region are some of the most compelling yet but that it will be necessary to wait until the episode airs before the evidence can be revealed. "We got some really compelling audio," he said. "It is not a known species, I can tell you that. One of the details (convinces us) there is nothing else it could have been." Link :

Bigfoot Sighting In Idaho 2012

Students film 'Bigfoot' in Idaho woods

Footage has surfaced of a large dark figure filmed in woodland by students on a school project.

The students were on a field trip in Franklin County when they reported seeing a dark figure watching them from a nearby ridge. "It just didn’t look human like," said one of the group. "I don’t know what that is, it’s not a bear, it’s not a moose or anything. It was big and bulky and black."

Fortunately someone had brought a camera along and was able to record footage of the incident, the students also climbed up on the ridge and photographed large footprints at the same location.

Swarms of deadly spiders invade Indian town

Two peopled have died after a mass of dangerous spiders swarmed the town of Sadiya in India. The town's residents had been celebrating a Hindu festival when the arachnids descended upon them, killing two and sending many more to hospital with bites. Authorities have considered spraying the whole area with insecticide to try and deal with the menace and have called in a science team to try and identify the species. Link : A swarm of potentially venomous spiders has reportedly invaded a town in India and two people have died after being bitten. The residents of Sadiya, in Assam state, said they were celebrating a Hindu festival on the evening of May 8 when swarms of spiders suddenly appeared and attacked them, The Times of India reported. Two people died over the next few days, including a man and a schoolboy, and many more turned up at the town's hospital after being bitten. Authorities are considering fogging the town with insecticide DDT to kill the spiders and a team of life scientists has arrived in the town to identify the arachnids. "As of now, we cannot give a specific name. It's similar to a tarantula but it could be a whole new species" Dr L R Saikia, head of the Department of Life Sciences at Dibrugarh University, said. "But whatever the species, it is a highly aggressive spider. It leaps at anything that comes close." Dr Saikia said it was "too early to declare it a killer spider" because its venom had not yet been tested for toxicity. The superintendent of Sadiya Civil Hospital said it was not certain the deaths were due to the spiders' venom. "It could have been an allergic reaction to the venom, which triggered cardiac arrest in both the victims," Dr Anil Phatowali said. "But all the bite patients first went to witch doctors, who cut open their wounds with razors, drained out blood and burnt it. That could have also made them sick." Source: Times of India Author: Fiona Willan, News editor: Henri Paget

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