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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Still a Mystery 40 Years Later - The Coyne UFO Incident



Artist illustration of a cigar-shaped UFO, hovering over an Army helicopter and a four-man crew on Oct. 18, 1973. | Explorer1x / YouTube
"Forty years ago today, a four-man crew of an Army Reserve helicopter was flying over Mansfield, Ohio, around 11:00 p.m. when they "encountered a near midair collision with an unidentified flying object," according to the official report, signed and submitted by the crew after the incident.

A full explanation for this terrifying UFO close encounter has never been offered, and to this day, the helicopter-UFO incident remains one of the most credible -- and terrifying -- in the history of the subject."

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Friday, October 18, 2013

UFO Over Hong Kong



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From YouTube description:

I used my DV and took this video. As I zoomed in the object and it looked like an UFO to me. You decide.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Cool Documentary of UFO and Alien Encounters



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UFO and Alien Encounters: Documentary on the Unexplained Phenomenon.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

18 Foot Long Sea Serpent Found - Could this be in Loch Ness?



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The discovery of an 18-foot oarfish off Catalina Island thrilled the staff at Catalina Island Marine Institute. Now they're wondering: What do you do with the carcass of a very rare 18-foot-long fish?

Jeff Chace, program director of the institute, said it took about 15 people on Sunday to lug the serpent-like "leviathan" onto shore after it was discovered dead in about 20 feet of water.

"It just amazed me," he said.

Giant oarfish are the longest of the bony fish species -- topping out at around 56 feet in length -- but even at 18 feet, a carcass can be a challenge for scientists.

The marine institute is awaiting results of several samples sent out to researchers, including at UC Santa Barbara, but in the meantime, staff members say they lack the capacity to store it.

"This is a once-in-a-lifetime discovery," Chace said.

Institute members are now mulling the fate of the dead fish. One option on the table is to bury it in 3 feet of sand, then let it decompose over a couple of months. After that, the skeleton of the fish would be mounted, and thus preserved.

Giant oarfish are rarely seen, dead or alive. By mounting the skeleton, it would continue to wow staff and visitors alike.

An instructor snorkeling in the waters of Toyon Bay on Sunday stumbled upon the carcass after seeing a "half-dollar-sized eye starting at her from the sandy bottom," Chace said.

The instructor was in 15 to 20 feet of water at the time, he added.

Chace said there were no marks on the oarfish, and it was unclear how it died. Researchers hope to determine more about the animal and how it wound up in Toyon Bay through the samples sent in by marine institute.

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-18foot-oar-fish-found-catalina-island-20131015,0,5192122.story

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Alien or Time Traveler Saves Homeless Man from Truck?



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Alien? Time traveler? Fake? Who knows. Has anyone seen this before? Does anyone know where it came from originally?