On November 1, 1974, the Columbus Police Department received a series of panicked reports from no less than two sets of eyewitnesses, all of whom claimed to have seen (and even been attacked by) a huge, bipedal, green-skinned monstrosity that took to skulking near the waterways inside Indiana’s 83-acre Mill Race Park. These encounters would […]
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On the evening of March 4, 1946, Joao Prestes Filho was returning home from a day of fishing when he was attacked without warning by a glowing and possibly sentient orb… the Araçariguama Incident (as it has come to be known) details the ghastly death of this unfortunate Brazilian farmer. (more…)
According to Project Blue Book files, a young miner had an all too close encounter with a trio of colossal, cycloptic creatures that were so shocking to behold he passed out from sheer terror. The official report goes so far as to suggest that the intentions of these entities may not merely be malevolent… but […]
The event, which is one of the strangest and most fascinating in the long history of UFO research, began in the wee hours of New Year’s Day, 1970, when a group of Canadian nurses would bear witness to a “flying saucer” and the pair of bizarre beings that were allegedly piloting it. (more…)
In the early morning hours of August 16, 1968, a Spanish farmer was thunderstruck to discover no less than two, scurrying, cephalopod-like creatures, which were clearly not of this Earth. (more…)
In 1962, on a desolate stretch of French road, a business man claimed to have encountered a gang of aggressive, bird-like beings, which not only blocked his car, but allegedly attacked him. (more…)
Eyewitnesses claim that the Grinning Man is a looming figure who stands well over 6-feet tall. His head is said to be devoid of any hair and his dark, beady eyes are nestled unnaturally far apart in his domed skull. Some observers are so perturbed that they are later unable to recall whether he even […]
In the September 27, 1950, edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer, readers were treated to a bizarre headline which read: “Flying ‘Saucer’ Just Dissolves.” The article told of a strange “object” plunging out of the night sky resulting in four Philadelphia police officers having an extremely close encounter with a gelatinous and allegedly extraterrestrial life-form. (more…)
Nestled atop a lonely mesa in the stark, arid wilds not far from Battle Mountain, Nevada, four amateur pilots would have an all too close encounter with a pair of bizarre bio-luminescent beasts so terrifying that the eyewitnesses refused to speak about the incident for nearly four decades. (more…)
Atmospheric monsters are bizarre creatures that seem to defy logic. These sky-bound beasts soar silently above the human race — defying the conventional laws of physics — and their origins and intentions remain one of the most perplexing and fascinating mysteries in the realms of both ufology and cryptozoology. (more…)
Ghost Theory has reported that a group of UFOs made an appearance during a storm delay in Fighting Irish football game on NBC.
CBS News has reported that a former Army intelligence officer has used his contacts in the government to track down flying saucer rumors.
The Daily Mail has reported that amazing footage shows hailing from Siberia appears to show extra-terrestrials milling around a landed UFO.
In a case that might have served as one of the inspirations for the Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams blockbuster “Super 8,” a group of Japanese kids had repeated run-ins with a small, silver UFO, which they managed to not only photograph, but actually capture for a brief time during the summer of 1972.
Here’s my latest blog for Mysterious Universe — In what must be ranked as one of the weirdest UFO flaps in modern history, citizens of the Southeast Asian nation of Malaysia were besieged by a plethora of miniature flying saucers occupied by even more diminutive, tunic clad, antenna bearing occupants who were armed with searing […]
Life’s little Mysteries has reported that 64 years ago, on June 24, 1947, the UFO phenomenon was born when amateur pilot named Kenneth Arnold saw an extraordinary chain of nine objects shoot across the sky, glinting in the sun as they traveled.