Friday, August 31, 2012

Till I See Blood



We all hear stories about nightmare traveling companions, but how many of us face nightmare companions from another world?

After sleepless nights in Bangkok, Angel finally fell asleep, only to find herself struggling for her breath as she was rudely awakened by an unseen stranger. Feeling pressed down by a great weight, Angel continued to struggle for a few minutes, unable to reach out to her husband for help, although he lay fast asleep just mere centimeters away from her.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Cj - 16 year old boy ghost stories of his.



Many of us have heard that some people have the ability to see the dead and many of us have heard of the movie 'The Sixth Sense'.

16 year old CJ, who grew up in his grandparents old spooky house in Seremban, had recurring visits from an old lady. But the old lady wasn't the only person who came to visit him.

Children Ghost stories



There are many children around the world who tell their parents that they see dark figures. Most of the time, their parents would brush them off and tell them not to lie.

In this episode, a young boy named Edward not only gets brushed off by his mother, but is also laughed at by his friends, after his first paranormal experience.

Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider - Creepy!


Bigfoot hoaxer killed during road prank

Man dressed as Sasquatch hit and killed near Kalispell

Posted: Aug 27, 2012 4:21 PM by Dax VanFossen - KAJ News
Updated: Aug 28, 2012 7:41 AM

KALISPELL- A man wearing a Sasquatch suit died after being struck by two cars Sunday evening on U.S. Highway 93 south of Kalispell.

The Flathead County Coroner has identified the victim as Randy Lee Tenley, 44, of Kalispell.

Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Jim Schneider says friends of the victim said Tenley was wearing a military-style camouflage ghillie suit in hopes of creating a Bigfoot hoax.

Schneider said Tenley was first hit by a 15-year-old Somers girl driving in the right southbound lane who said she couldn't get out of the way. Tenley was then struck by again by another Somers teen's car as his body lay on the road.

"It's still a crash involving vehicles and a pedestrian. So we're still doing the same investigation, but once we started speaking to parties, then someone involved in it, trying to ascertain exactly what brought that gentleman out to Highway 93 ... I would not guess that would motivate anybody to be out on Highway 93," Scheider said.

Schneider said police are waiting to get toxicology reports to see if Tenley had been drinking.




Source :
http://www.kaj18.com/news/man-dressed-as-sasquatch-hit-and-killed-near-kalispell/#!prettyPhoto/0/

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Scientists now generally believe that the material world is produced by the vibration of the string.


Later technology superstring theory. Scientists now generally believe that the material world is produced by the vibration of the string. Superstring with independent life consciousness of the universe the smallest organism. The human soul is actually one of the superstring.
  
Scientific and technological community has finally touched the soul link. And in the human soul to soul with great interest. Now in all parts of the world have research and experimental institutions of the soul.
  
Scientists working on the soul exists. In Anglo-Saxon countries, scientists study a lot of clinical cases of near-death experiences.
  
And defines the soul as energy fields that exist in some form. United Kingdom doctor Sam-the Panyr is the world's first scientific experiment to prove "soul" real people. He of experimental design is such of: If patients died "soul" can bleach up, also can see own of body, see doctor were in rescue he of body, see ceiling Shang of lamp, then if in ceiling of below placed a plate, plate of above placed some small objects (only mountain Roma own know is what objects, others does not know), then "soul" on should can see these small objects.
  
If the patient can be salvage, what is able to identify small objects on the plate, you can differentiate between a "soul" is vague image, also is an objective reality of entities. Sam conducted research for more than more than 100 patients, of which there are many patients that have been rescuing wakes up after his own "soul" see the scene when in vitro, in particular small objects on the Board, said all right.
  
Sam's experiment was a success. Experiment of pioneering significance of Sam, his method was the world's first science experiment confirmed the "soul" of objectivity.
  
"Soul" is an objective entity, there is a certain size, you can float up, you can move, which is another form of life exists, rather than vague imagination. On June 20, 2001, Sam is invited to speak at Houston's Rice University made a presentation entitled "near-death experiences: perspective brain death is a new science of consciousness?
  
"Report, Sam also introduced the next studies: United Kingdom will cost £ 140,000 for cardiac arrest" near-death experiences, "interdisciplinary studies; United States Houston, Baylor" consciousness and the relationship between gene expression "study; and United Kingdom and the United States of other research.
  
Finally Sam show a typical had "near-death experiences" experienced people videotaped, and responded to questions raised by the audience. Superstring and soul are opened a physical sciences mysterious side. Touch the soul and multidimensional space, so that we can reach a whole new world. Perhaps through the string and soul to learn more about humanity itself. 

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Paranormal Humour



5 ways Hungry Ghost Month can interfere with your love life


Source : http://lifestyle.xin.msn.com/en/sex-relationship/5-ways-hungry-ghost-month-can-interfere-with-your-love-life#page=0

Fri, 24 Aug 2012 06:35:45 GMT

5 ways Hungry Ghost Month can interfere with your love life

How to keep ghosts and spirits from complicating your relationship



Text: Denise Ngo
Photos: AP and Singapore Paranormal Investigators


ghost story


In case the joss paper bins and puppet shows haven't tipped you off, the Hungry Ghost Festival started last week. According to Chinese tradition, the gates of hell are opened during the seventh month of the lunar year, meaning that during those weeks, ghosts and souls from the spiritual realm are free to roam the earth.

We're pretty well-acquainted with practices that will appease the ghosts, such as not sending out wedding invitations during the seventh month, but what happens to people who accidentally attract a bad spirit? In light of the festivities, we asked Desmond Wong, a member of the Singapore Paranormal Investigators (SPI), about some of the spookiest local haunts, as well as the ghosts he's encountered during his six years in the organization.

Suffice to say, we were totally creeped out by his tales of spirits, which he will talk more about on My Ghost Story Asia on The Biography Channel. Since the only thing more thrilling than a ghostly encounter is a whirlwind romance, we've organised Desmond's insights into a guide to keeping supernatural forces out of your love life during this especially mystical month.

To celebrate the Ghost Month, here are the top five ways that paranormal activity can interfere with your relationships:
baby tombs (© Baby tombs at Choa Chu Kang Cemetery)

1. Going on dates in haunted locations

Let's get the obvious one out of the way. If you don't want a ghost to follow you and your boyfriend home after a date, don't visit the Bukit Brown Cemetery, also known as Kopi Sua (Coffee Hill). You should also avoid the forested areas around Bukit Timah.

To study supposedly haunted areas, paranormal investigators use a variety of gadgets to measure disturbances in electric frequencies (we'll get to that in a moment). But when Desmond and his friends set up camp at Bukit Timah, the batteries in multiple pieces of equipment suddenly drained without explanation.

In general, going anywhere with a lot of trees and seclusion is a bad idea. Desmond says that one frequent SPI collaborator spotted a ghostly figure standing in the trees during a barbecue at a chalet, which followed her home - even taking the bus - despite all of her attempts to avoid him.

Our recommendation: Stay away from trees, old buildings, and secluded chalets
ghost month

2. Overlooking your unlucky numbers

Couples love travelling abroad, but just because your hotel is located outside of Chinese country doesn't mean it's immune to the forces that can plague you at home. Take the story of a Singaporean flight attendant who travelled to London for a few days with friends. She booked a single room, only to wake up several times in the middle of the night with the blanket on the floor. Then she noticed that the colour of the light bulb changed from warm yellow to light blue. She looked over the bed, and completely freaked out upon seeing a bushy hand emerge from under the bed. Straightaway, she ran to the lobby, where she ran into friends. Of course, none of them believed her story - until they went to the room, and saw a person sitting on the bed with his back facing the door. And in true horror movie fashion, his head turned 180 degrees when he heard them talking.

Here's the real clincher: the number of the hotel room was 444, which is extremely unlucky as the word for '4' in Chinese sounds like the word for 'death.' Was it ghosts? Was it drugs? We don't know, but during this month in particular, maybe it's better to book a room on a different floor.
Our recommendation: If you really must travel at this time of the year, book room 888, not 444.
plugs

3. Leaving on your appliances
The trope of ghosts using technology has gotten pretty popular over the decade, thanks to movies like The Ring and One Missed Call, but for those who've made paranormal investigation their profession, recording otherworldly activity on scientific devices is a very real thing. According to Desmond, there are theories that ghosts cause fluctuations in electromagnetic fields. There's also some research suggesting that strong electromagnetic fields cause hallucinations. Those who subscribe to far-out theories have even postulated that ghosts 'use' electromagnetic fields to communicate with people.

Our recommendation: Want romance? Unplug everything, turn off the lights, and enjoy a candlelit dinner.


desmond wong (© HISTORY)
Desmond Wong, SPI

4. Using black magic to fix your love life
You know, there's a reason why folk stories around the world warn against using potions, spells, or genies to make someone fall in love with you.

Desmond recalls one case involving a young woman who visited a black magic practitioner in hope of finding a means to repairing her broken relationship. After going home, the woman began hearing voices from unseen men who were leering at her.

As if that weren't scary enough, she frequently woke up at night feeling as if she were being molested, even though she was sleeping alone. After discovering what looked and felt like physical symptoms of sexual assault, the woman visited a doctor, who confirmed that she exhibited typical signs of rape. She then consulted the police, who visited her house but found no evidence of intruders. Finally, she reached out to SPI, who could only chalk up the strange encounters to medicines and substances she was taking at the time.

Our recommendation: Consult the self-help books, not the 'magical' ones.
forested area at sembawang road (© Forested area at Sembawang Road - can you spot the ghost?)

5. Date someone who is a magnet for ghosts
Unlike most of the people who consult him, Desmond maintains a sceptical view of the supernatural. Still, he acknowledges that some people are simply more sensitive to such encounters than others.

One woman who went along with his crew to Pasir Ris Swamp not only saw little non-human children running around them, but apparently she was so 'powerful' that the teams gadgets went haywire around her.

So why are some people magnets for ghosts and others aren't? Most of the extra-sensitive people he meets come from a long line of family members with psychic powers. These people are also 'very weak by nature,' as they easily fall ill. Almost all have had the ability to see ghosts since childhood.

'In today's world, if you want to define an encounter, you must work [from] a belief system,' Desmond said, reiterating the importance of putting people's experiences in context.

So if you suddenly start seeing and feeling a lot of ghosts after dating someone, it wouldn't hurt to ask him a little about his family background - who knows, maybe his mother was an accomplished medium. Or maybe his house just has way too many gadgets plugged in at the same time.

Our recommendation: Are ghostly encounters a dealbreaker? Either find someone new, or gently ask your S.O. if he would mind meeting an exorcist.
Old Brunei Hostel (© Old Brunei Hostel)
BONUS: For couples who want to take their dates to the next level
Non-SPI members frequently volunteer to test out haunted houses with the organisation. If you and your honey are feeling particularly brave this month - or are simply bored and in need to add a little spice to your relationship - consider staying overnight in an abandoned hotel or a location of ghostly repute. Desmond says that SPI will let you sit alone (or together, if necessary), in an empty room with hidden equipment like CCTVs. You will then be free to ask either ask questions to the spirits or wait for them to come around. Once you share your experience with SPI, they will check their recordings and EMF detectors to see how those readings compare.

Desmond recalls one instance where two Vasantham hosts visited the Old Brunei Hostel, which has been abandoned for two decades. While sitting in a room, they heard people singing, crying, and laughing - if that doesn't sound like an opportunity to hold someone tight, we don't know what is.
My Ghost Story Asia premiered on 16 August and will show every Thursday at 10 pm on The Biography Channel (StarHub TV CH 404). Desmond Wong will be featured on Episode 5: Pasir Ris Suicide tower.



Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Hauntings

The Apparition


During the course of the study, over half of them reported supernatural experiences, including cold spots, the sensation of being touched or their clothes tugged, and unexplained lights and shadows.

One woman even testified she heard heavy breathing coming from the corner of a dark, vacant room. But the most impressive scientific evidence lay in the fact that a majority of the experiences were re
ported within the most haunted areas of the castle, despite the fact that the visitors did not know which spots were considered the most supernaturally active.

In The Apparition, a group of students similarly perform a paranormal experiment, but instead of just monitoring supernatural activity, they also attempt to create an entity.


Saturday, August 18, 2012

incredible tales-seventh month part 2/2

incredible tales-seventh month part 1/2

七月 "Qi Yue" (7th Month) Hungry Ghost Festival | Short Documentary

New Loch Ness Monster photo surfaces

Does this ‘Nessie’ photo show the real Loch Ness Monster?

The mysterious dark hump in the water. Picture: Cascade News The mysterious dark hump in the water. Picture: Cascade News
A PHOTOGRAPH of a dark grey shape rising out of the water has been hailed as the clearest picture yet of the elusive Loch Ness Monster.

Loch Ness cruise boat operator and veteran Nessie hunter George Edwards yesterday published his photograph, which drew praise from a fellow monster expert, who described it as the best evidence that Nessie exists.

However, a rival monster hunter raised doubts about the shape in Mr Edwards’s photograph being Nessie, accusing him of faking a previous picture of the monster 26 years ago.
Mr Edwards, who runs Drumnadrochit-based Loch Ness Cruises, said he had taken the new photograph from his boat near Urquhart Castle at 9am on 2 November last year.


He explained it had not been published before, because he had sent it for analysis to check the object was not inanimate.

Steve Feltham, who has been searching for Nessie for 21 years from Dores, further up the loch, said: “It is the best photograph I think I have ever seen.

“I think the images are fantastic — that’s the animal I have been looking for all this time.
“I would say it doesn’t prove what Nessie is, but it does prove what Nessie isn’t — a sturgeon, which is a fish that has been put forward as one of the main explanations as to what Nessie could be, but this hasn’t got a serrated spine like the sturgeon.”

However, Adrian Shine, a naturalist and leader of the Loch Ness Project, had a different interpretation. He said: “It looks like the object is stationary in the water, and a matter of metres from the photographer, who is at a higher elevation. Looking at the texture of the water, the object is about 2ft long, but it could be anything.”

Dick Raynor, who runs the Loch Ness Investigation website and used to work with Mr Edwards, has claimed a photograph Mr Edwards took of the monster in 1986 was a fake.

Mr Edwards said Mr Shine’s observations about his latest photograph were “his opinion”, and he dismissed Mr Raynor’s claims as “just lies”.

He said: “I don’t care. People can believe it or not. I know what I saw.”

Mr Edwards, 60, whose quest began in 1986, added: “It was slowly moving up the loch towards Urquhart Castle and it was a dark grey colour. It was quite a fair way from the boat, probably about half a mile away.”
He said he had watched the object for between five and ten minutes before it slowly sank below the surface.
He failed to trace it using the boat’s sonar, despite searching for at least half an hour.

He said: “I did not want to mention my sighting until I was sure I had not photographed a log or something inanimate in the water.

“I have friends in the USA who have friends in the military. They had my photo analysed and they have no doubt that I photographed an animate object in the water.

“I’m convinced I was seeing Nessie, as I believe in these creatures.”

Gary Campbell, president of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club, said the photo was “as good as the evidence gets”.

“It’s been taken by a local man who knows all the things that can appear in the loch that others mistakenly think is Nessie,” he said. “From this, it is an unknown animal in Loch Ness, which means it must be Nessie.”
Tourist businesses were delighted. David Bremner, a director of the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition at Drumnadrochit, said: “Any publicity for Nessie sightings is great at this time
of year.”

Source :
http://www.scotsman.com/the-scotsman/scotland/does-this-nessie-photo-show-the-real-loch-ness-monster-1-2448812

Roswell UFO Crash: There Were 2 Crashes, Not 1, Says Ex-Air Force Official

The 1947 UFO controversy of Roswell, N.M. is like a bad penny: It keeps turning up.

The legend, rehashed by conspiracy theorists in countless documentaries, revolves around allegations that an unusual object fell from the sky -- an object so bizarre that the U.S. Air Force issued a press release that a flying saucer had crashed.

That story was quickly recanted, creating what would become one of the greatest urban legends in American history.

Until now, most debunkers doubted that there was even one crash. Now, in an exclusive interview, retired Air Force Lt. Col. Richard French told The Huffington Post that there were actually two crashes.
This revelation is especially remarkable considering that French was known in the past to debunk UFO stories.

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"There were actually two crashes at Roswell, which most people don't know," French told HuffPost. "The first one was shot down by an experimental U.S. airplane that was flying out of White Sands, N.M., and it shot what was effectively an electronic pulse-type weapon that disabled and took away all the controls of the UFO, and that's why it crashed."

French -- an Air Force pilot who was in Alamagordo, N.M., in 1947, being tested in an altitude chamber, an annual requirement for rated officers -- was very specific in how the military allegedly brought down what he believes was a spacecraft from another world.

"When they hit it with that electromagnetic pulse -- bingo! -- there goes all their electronics and, consequently, the UFO was uncontrollable," said French, who flew hundreds of combat missions in Korea and Southeast Asia, and who held several positions working for Military Intelligence.
Another retired officer doubts French's story.

"No chance! Zero chance!" said Army Col. John Alexander, whose own top-secret clearance gave him access in the 1980s to official documents and UFO accounts. He created a top-level group of government officials and scientists who determined that, while UFOs are real, they couldn't find evidence of an official cover-up.

"In the 1980s, I was the guy developing all of the pulse-power weapons systems. We couldn't have done it then. In the 60s, they had a laser system, but your range was extremely limited, and we didn't have operational laser weapons in that time frame," said Alexander, who is working to get amnesty for military personnel who wish to talk about their UFO experiences.

Except for the initial newspaper headline declaring the military had captured a flying saucer outside of Roswell, the Air Force closed the books on Roswell, claiming that the true identity of the object was a high-altitude surveillance balloon, code-named "Mogul."
But after eyewitnesses -- including numerous military personnel -- began to tell stories of their participation in an alleged cover-up of the Roswell incident, some researchers insisted that it was, in fact, an alien ship that crashed at Roswell.

Watch this video of Ret. Air Force Lt. Col. Richard French






French says he was told about the UFO "shootdown" by another military officer -- a confidential source -- from White Sands Proving Grounds, an area of the New Mexico desert where the U.S. military tested many weapons systems.

His source told French there was a second UFO crash near Roswell a few days after the first one.
"It was within a few miles of where the original crash was," French said. "We think that the reason they were in there at that time was to try and recover parts and any survivors of the first crash. I'm [referring to] the people from outer space -- the guys whose UFO it was."

While French offered no further details on what he says was a second UFO crash, he teased something else.
"I had seen photographs of parts of the UFO that had inscriptions on it that looked like it was in an Arabic language -- it was like a part number on each one of them. They were photographs in a folder that I just thumbed through."

That's an interesting parallel to the recent story of ex-CIA agent Chase Brandon, who claimed he found a box at CIA headquarters in the 1990s -- a box labeled "Roswell."

Brandon told HuffPost he looked in the box and went through written materials and photographs confirming his suspicions that the object which crashed at Roswell, "was a craft that clearly did not come from this planet."

That story set off a fury of controversy between those who believed and didn't believe Brandon's story.


Watch this 1997 news report on the Air Force's 'Case Closed: Final Report on the Roswell Crash'



And now we have French, who served more than 27 years in the military, including as an investigator and debunker for the Air Force's famous study of UFOs, known as Project Blue Book, which began in 1947.
"I'm one of the authors of Project Blue Book, and started with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, stationed in Spokane, Wash. One of the duties I had in 1952 was to debunk UFO stories," French said.

"In other words, if someone had a UFO sighting, I and another agent would try to come up with some logical explanation for this strange aerial appearance. Most of the reports were from civilians than military. We gave our analysis and tried to debunk it by saying it was swamp fog or that the thing they saw was actually hanging on wires. It went up through channels all the way to the presidential level."

But why was French ordered to debunk UFO reports in the first place?

"They never give you an explanation, but I'll tell you what my analysis of it is: If they accepted the fact that there are creatures coming to Earth from other universes or from wherever, it basically would destroy religions, and the fact that our military's helpless against them would destroy the reputation of the military," French said. "You're talking about military, national defense and religious reasons."

As it often turns out with eye-opening UFO stories, it comes down to who you believe.
Antonio Huneeus is a 30-year veteran UFO investigative reporter who recently spent time with French and is trying to uncover more facts about the information the former Military Intelligence officer would have us believe.

"We did a search and found his name on an official Air Force page that confirmed he was a combat pilot, but that page had nothing to do with UFOs," Huneeus, editor of Open Minds Magazine, told HuffPost.
"My reservations are about some of the claims that he makes, and because of his age, his memory isn't as good as it used to be," Huneeus said. "It's clear to me that he's fairly well read on the subject of UFOs, or he might have heard stories or talked to people. So, I'm trying to separate exactly what he lived and saw directly from what he heard and read."

Sixty years after French began investigating UFOs for Project Blue Book, he still thinks there's a cover-up.
"It's going on today. There's no question about it. I've listened to their denials many times and, at that time, I was in direct opposition to their position. In my mind, there wasn't any question that UFOs were real."

Source :
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/03/roswell-ufo-crash_n_1715663.html?utm_hp_ref=weird-news





Monday, August 13, 2012

What’s my Singapore ghost story?

The Old Rifle Range Club in Bukit Timah (SPI photo)
The Old Rifle Range Club in Bukit Timah (SPI photo)

He claims he doesn't believe in the supernatural, but till this day, there remain things, or sightings, he can't explain.
Forty-year-old Desmond Wong, a member of the Singapore Paranormal Investigators (SPI), was only 16 when he met the "shadowman" in school.
It was about 3am at night, he recalled. Wong was at an overnight school camp and, try as he might, he couldn't sleep a wink.

Armed with a torchlight, the adventurous student decided to get out of bed to roam the school.
"That was the first time I met the shadowman," said Wong, who had initially mistaken the dark figure for a human being.

'Shadowman' caught on video at the Old Commando Camp in Changi (SPI photo)
'Shadowman' caught on video at the Old Commando Camp in Changi (SPI photo)
  "It appeared along the corridor of the science block in school. I was at the other building, looking across," he added.
Curiosity soon got the better of his fear. Wong whipped out his torchlight and shone towards the ambiguity.
He was surprised to see it move.

"I think I wasn't expecting it to, but it moved. The shadowman disappeared right through the wall," he said.
"I felt a chill run down my spine," Wong recalled. "What was that?"

Over the years, Wong claimed he'd met a few more shadowmen, although he could never be sure if they were the same "person".

It happened again in 2005, this time at the infamous "Suicide Tower", an observation tower at the Pasir Ris Park's mangrove swamp where a person was rumoured to have jumped to his death many years ago.
Out on a "ghost hunt" at Pasir Ris Park, where he and his friends had booked a chalet close by, Wong and his companion soon found themselves climbing the steps of the much-talked-about tower.
"My friend and I went up and then I saw it again — the shadowman. It walked past us very quickly just as a sudden gust of wind hit us," he recalled.

A shot taken below the 'Suicide Tower' at Pasir Ris Mangrove Swamp (SPI photo)A shot taken below the 'Suicide Tower' at Pasir Ris Mangrove Swamp (SPI photo)
  Wong's spooky tale, complete with photographs and recordings, will be featured in an upcoming episodic documentary series "My Ghost Story Asia", which retells eyewitnesses' accounts of their encounters with the supernatural at reportedly haunted locations in Singapore and Malaysia.
The first season in this original production will also see Malaysian stars Daphne Ikling, Mandy Chen and Soo Wincci sharing their deep and personal paranormal experiences.

'We're no ghost-busters'
Wong, an enrichment trainer by day, joined the SPI in 2006 because he "wanted to find out more about the paranormal world".

Desmond Wong, an enrichment trainer by day, joined the SPI in 2006 out of curiosity. (Yahoo! photo)Desmond Wong, an enrichment trainer by day, joined the SPI in 2006 out of curiosity. (Yahoo! photo)
Founded in 2001, the SPI is Singapore's first and original paranormal group, Wong claimed.
He said that the 20-member strong group makes it a point to meet at least once a month. Equipped with high-definition night vision cameras, digital audio recorders and other high-tech gear, they would attempt to "capture" unexplained phenomena as they explored places like nature reserves and haunted buildings.

"There were times when all our equipments, including our handphones went down at the same time when no doubt, they were fully charged," said Wong, whose team had visited abandoned blocks like the Old Changi Hospital and the old Commando camps. "Things like these happen many times."

The Old Changi Hospital (SPI photo) The Old Changi Hospital (SPI photo)
  Wong added, "Sometimes, one or two members will say they hear voices, see images and even feel pokes into their backs… and most of the times, we'd hear panting noises in the recordings."
But despite all that he and his team had experienced over the years, Wong insists he doesn't believe in the supernatural.

"I'm a non-believer," he said. "I like to find out things to explain things."

"People perceive us as ghost-busters but we don't going around catching ghosts in public. We investigate so that we can explain things using scientific methods — physics, temperature, electromagnetic field factors… all of these can affect your way of thinking, your way of seeing and hearing things."

"It's hard to believe sometimes but mostly, these phenomenons can be explained," Wong added.
"People think we're very superstitious or illogical, but we're just trying to do as much as we can to gather and collect data," he said.
"And in terms of whether there is or there isn't… the evidence is there — you decide for yourself."

Do you have your own spooky tale to share? Write in to the producers of My Ghost Story Asia to have your paranormal experience featured in the next season. Visit biochannelasia.com/myghoststoryasia for more information.

My Ghost Story Asia premieres 16 August, every Thursday at 10pm on The Biography Channel (StarHub TV Ch 404). 

 Source :
 http://sg.entertainment.yahoo.com/blogs/singapore-showbiz/singapore-ghost-story-183551824.html 


Thursday, August 9, 2012

Scary head near the flower pots


This picture was caught by someone in Singapore, near a housing estate.  Someone has apparently painted the mask with a wig and probably putting there for a dry in the sun.  LOL. It could have also place it there overnite or so too.

People who had this on his/her yard are seriously a troll! just imagine you walk pass it during midnight time. 

Totally creepy if you didnt know if you walk past and see it!

Secret UFO files released

It is probably the closest Australia has come to scrambling fighter jets to intercept a UFO.
Documents that have just become available under the 30-year rule at the National Archives of Australia reveal how two RAAF Mirage jets were placed on the second highest level of alert to determine the cause of unidentified radar contacts seen on screens at Mascot.

The ''X Files'' viewed in Canberra also give details of other unexplained sightings, some of which are supported by witness statements to police.
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 Mysterious ... a colour-enhanced photo of a UFO seen from Bendigo. One caller dismissed it as a rock band's laser show. Photo: National Archives of Australia
In the Sydney alert, the papers stamped ''restricted'' tell how operation ''Close Encounter'' was launched by No.3 Control and Reporting Unit at RAAF Base Williamtown near Newcastle on June 30, 1983, after the phenomenon was first noticed earlier in the month.

Senior air controllers at Mascot said the contacts were mostly located between 70 and 150 nautical miles north of Sydney at ''alleged speeds of 1100-6500 km/h that suggested high altitude''.
The papers state that no scramble was to occur in the round-the-clock operation unless confirmation of any reported tracks was made on the radar screens at RAAF Williamtown or any radar other than Sydney.
At the same time, three senior air defence controllers were dispatched to Sydney to investigate and plot every contact and ''control interceptors against these contacts if a reasonable chance of interception presented itself''. But then one of the defence controllers, a squadron leader, asked whether a comparison had been made of the contacts on the screens of Mascot's Area Approach Radar Centre and those in a ''workshop across the corridor''. Soon after, tests showed that the ''unidentified objects reported by Sydney were generated entirely by radar interference known colloquially as 'running rabbits' ''.
Squadron leader K. Keenan, in his six-page report, said operation Close Encounter cost 66½ days of overtime, 1000 kilometres was travelled by a staff car and a C130 Hercules transport aircraft ''may have been diverted to Sydney airport'' to deliver one of the defence controllers.
He wrote: ''The lines of communication, extending as they did across the width of an entire corridor, seem to have been insufficient for the purpose.''

He added rather dryly: ''Fortunately there was no temptation to launch aircraft and add to the fuel bill occasioned by use of the RAAF Datsun.'' A cautiously worded statement was released as a result ''in a manner that would not embarrass departmental personnel'' which blamed ''random atmospheric conditions''. Other reports in the X Files give details of an ''unidentified physical feature'' of circles on Milo Station at Adavale, Queensland, in 1982. The file refers to photographs that apparently were taken, but they were not among the papers.

Constable Geoffrey Russell, from the local police station, visited the site and wrote a report for RAAF Base Amberley near Ipswich. The officer saw depressions in the ground and thought they were caused by a motorcyclist doing donuts but then dismissed the idea.
He wrote: ''I strongly feel this [is] no hoax even though I do not know the cause of this 'feature'.''
He described a large circle of 2330mm in diameter with one inner circle of 2010mm which were 160mm in width and about 15-20 mm deep. The soil around the outer circle appeared to have been ''blown away'', he said.
Elsewhere in Queensland, dairy farmer Robin Priebe phoned Imbil police at 5.30am in July 1983 to report seeing a strange object in the sky to the north of the town. The papers state that a Sergeant Waterson then went to his back verandah and saw ''a large white light with several flashing lights around it'' which did not appear to be a normal aircraft.

A similar sighting was made by Constable R. Keys from a separate position. He was also of the opinion that it wasn't a normal aircraft.

Mr Priebe said both he and his wife saw a bright red glow gradually change to a white light which then started to move slowly east. Through binoculars, ''the light was disc shaped with a very bright light around the perimeter of the disc with two flashing lights in the front and one to the side'', he said.

The only photographs in the X Files were of unusual lights over Bendigo, witnessed by hundreds in May 1983. An interim report by the RAAF stated that Mike Evans, a 17-year-old disc jockey with the Bendigo radio station 3BO, received calls from listeners, then saw the lights himself and took photos.

One anonymous caller to the RAAF said the lights were caused by a rock group experimenting with laser lighting. The report said they were probably caused by train headlights or lasers or from planets or stars. There had been unusual weather atmospherics on the night.

Zoe¨ D'Arcy, director of digital and online access at the National Archives, said: ''Where you and I might think UFO - a spaceship - the RAAF and other agencies were probably wondering if there was a security threat.

''Most of the files you read and you think that most probably was a meteorite, but there are ones that you read and you think - well, what could that have been?
''I can't explain that from my knowledge.

''So what was it that these people have experienced? It has that open-ended question to it that I find really intriguing.''

University receives $5M to study afterlife

Professor John Martin Fischer will be heading a research initiative called 'The Immortality Project'.

Fischer's work will involve investigating topics such as heaven, hell, near-death experiences, karma and many more in an effort to determine if there is any evidence of life after death. The grant for the research comes from the John Templeton Foundation and is the largest ever awarded to a humanities professor at the University of California, Riverside.

"We will be very careful in documenting near-death experiences and other phenomena, trying to figure out if these offer plausible glimpses of an afterlife or are biologically induced illusions," said Fischer. "Our approach will be uncompromisingly scientifically rigorous. We’re not going to spend money to study alien-abduction reports."




The University of California, Riverside (UCR) has received a $5 million grant to study the afterlife.

The money will fund research into heaven, hell, purgatory, karma and other topics, according to the university's web site. The three-year grant has specifically gone to John Martin Fischer, distinguished UCR professor of philosophy. Fischer will start The Immortality Project, which will organize two conferences and a website with resources and links to published research on issues of immortality.

“We will be very careful in documenting near-death experiences and other phenomena, trying to figure out if these offer plausible glimpses of an afterlife or are biologically induced illusions,” Fischer said in a statement. “Our approach will be uncompromisingly scientifically rigorous. We’re not going to spend money to study alien-abduction reports."

Fischer also said there is a "deep human need to figure out what happens to us after death" and that there have been many reports of near-death experiences, out-of-body experiences and past lives. “Much of the discussion has been in literature, especially in fantasy and science fiction, and in theology," he commented. "No one has taken a comprehensive and sustained look at immortality that brings together the science, theology and philosophy.”

The Immortality Project will collect and review research proposals from scientists, philosophers and theologians to be published in academic journals.

Fischer adds that, even without a glimpse into the afterlife, he hopes to learn about cultures and values with this research. For example, why do millions of Americans report seeing a tunnel with a bright light at the end of it before death while, in Japan, reports often find the individual tending a garden?

The project will ask other questions, such as, "Would existence in an afterlife be repetitive or boring?," "Does death give meaning to life?" and "Could we still have virtues like courage if we knew we couldn’t die?"

The grant is the largest ever awarded to a humanities professor at UCR and one of the largest given to an individual at UCR, according to the university. It came from the John Templeton Foundation, which funds research into topics such as complexity, evolution, infinity, creativity, forgiveness, love and free will.

At the end of the three years, Fischer will write the project findings into a book with the working title “Immortality and the Meaning of Death,” slated for publication by Oxford University Press.

Ghostly humour





Thursday, August 2, 2012

a buffalo gave birth to a human-like baby


unbelievable.....
In Thailand, a buffalo gave birth to a human-like baby.This is a photo of a buffalo very similar to human especially its face which is dominantly similar to human. However, its hands and feets are more like a buffalo. But overall the buffalo-boy has most organs of a cow having human shaped.

It has passed away immediately after it was born. Thais believe this is some sort of phenomenon that brings luck and everyone in that village were praying for blessings. The face of this mystery human-like baby buffalo was totally deformed that I can’t know whether it looks like a buffalo or human face.


Creepy pic...


Thai horror show


Shortest horror story


Batman nightmare


Awesome breakfast!


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Dead Alien in Graveyard Government Cover up

Robert the Doll evil and cursed voodoo toy

Remote viewing Tibetan monks see Extra Terrestrial powers saving the World from destroying itself in 2012



Remote viewing is nothing new in Tibetan monasteries. For thousands of years remote viewing in the middle of other spiritual activities have dominated Tibetan culture. What some Indian tourists came to learn from a few Tibetan monasteries under the current Chinese rule is extremely alarming and fascinating.
According to these tourists remote viewers are seeing world powers in the course of self-destruction. They also see that the world will not be destroyed. Between now and 2012 the world super powers will continue to engage in regional wars. Terrorism and covert war will be the main problem. In world politics something will happen in and around 2010. At that time the world powers will threaten to destroy each other.

Between 2010 and 2012, the whole world will get polarized and prepare for the ultimate dooms day. Heavy political maneuvers and negotiations will take place with little progress.

In 2012, the world will start plunging into a total destructive nuclear war.

And at that time something remarkable will happen, says, Buddhist monk of Tibet. Supernatural divine powers will intervene. The destiny of the world is not to self-destruct at this time.

Scientific interpretation of the monks� statements makes it evident that the Extra Terrestrial powers are watching us every step of the way. They will intervene in 2012 and save the world from self-destruction.

When asked about recent UFO sightings in India and China, the monks smiled and said the divine powers are watching us all. Mankind cannot and will not be allowed to alter the future to that great extent.

Every human being though their current acts in life called �Karma� can alter the future lives to some extent, but changing the destiny in that large extent will not be allowed to that great an extent.

Monks also mentioned that beyond 2012 our current civilization would understand that the final frontier of science and technology is in area of spirituality and not material physics and chemistry. Beyond 2012, out technologies will take a different direction. People will learn the essence of spirituality, the relation between body and the soul, the reincarnation and the fact we are connected with each other are all part of �God�.

In India and China UFO sightings have increased in many folds. Many say the Chinese and Indian Governments are being contacted by the Extra Terrestrials.
In recent days most UFO activities have been seen in those countries who have indigenously developed Nuke capabilities.

When asked if these extra-terrestrials will show up in reality in 2012, the answers remote viewers are giving is: they will reveal themselves in such a way that none of us scared. They will reveal themselves only if they have to. As our science and technology progresses, we are destined to see them and interact with them any way.

According to the remote viewers, our earth is blessed and is being saved continuously from all kinds of hazards all the time that we are not even aware of. As our technologies progress we will realize how external forces saved us.


Source
http://www.indiadaily.com/editorial/12-26-04.asp

 

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