Mankind sends yet another delicate instrument on a long journey into the inky universe for an encounter of the scientific kind with a Celestial Body. In this case, a comet bigger than New York – Comet 67P. From the moment the Philae lander fired its grappling hooks, conspiracy theories popped up like mushrooms. Why would anyone believe it is a massive coverup designed to hide the face that the Rosetta mission was to hobnob with aliens?
I stumbled across this very interesting infographic today and am wondering what my paranormal friends think of it. Charting beliefs of Americans regarding the paranormal, it shows a very high percentage of persons having a paranormal experience. Yet belief in individual phenomena (for example, witches) is relatively low.
What do YOU believe in? Is the paranormal real, or imagined? Have you had a paranormal experience? Share it with us here!
Just when you thought it was safe to drive down a lonely road at night…!
Those strange glowing lights (and occasional structured craft) are showing up more and more. They have seemingly always been with us, but really exploded on the scene in 1947, just prior to the infamous Roswell UFO Crash. Since then there have been sightings, contacts, and even abductions.
Escapologist and one-time magician Harry Houdini certainly didn’t think so. However, his friend, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of the ultra-skeptical and analytical Sherlock Holmes apparently did. With the release of these archival photos from the 1930s purporting to show ectoplasmic manifestations, it is again down to you to interpret whether this is real or just more photographic trickery.