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Egyptians in America?

Apr 13, 2009

This Egyptian prayer stone (pictured - click for enlargement) was purportedly found in a burial mound in Illinois. Wayne May, publisher of Ancient American magazine, believes this and other similar archaeological finds raise the possibility of an Egyptian...

Space News

Apr 13, 2009

During the first hour, astronomer Phil Plait discussed the discoveries of two new "planets" in our outer solar system. One, he said, is believed to be larger than Pluto, the other, though smaller, has its own moon. For more on this, see this special page...

The 10th Planet

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured is an artist rendering (credit: NASA/JPL/Caltech) of the newly discovered 10th planet, which is larger than Pluto, and three times further from the sun than it. The breaking news comes on the heels of the discovery of another object in the outer...

Bill Chalker Photos

Bill Chalker is pictured at the Australian Department of Defence, examining their confidential UFO files. Click here to view additional images he sent us.

Hilly Rose Transcript

Apr 13, 2009

Radio host Hilly Rose (pictured), who has just returned from China, was our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat on Tuesday night. Below are excerpts from the Q & A; members can view the entire transcript.Tommy What do they think of UFOs In China?...

Remnants of Atlantis?

Apr 13, 2009

Dr. Greg Little has put together a 16 minute video comprised of underwater footage of "The Bimini Road" and "Andros Platform," shot off islands in the Bahamas in late 2004. Some of the features "truly appear manmade," he writes.

Hot Rocks & Half Cats

Apr 13, 2009

During the first hour, reporter and editor for Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe presented news on the hot rock mystery in California.According to Linda, the "unique and really mysterious" hot rocks were exposed after a landslide in the Los Padres...

Robotic Suitcase

Apr 13, 2009

Based on an idea by Claude E. Shannon, 'The Most Beautiful Machine' uses a compressor, pneumatic cylinder, prosthesis, and an old trunk to show "communication based on the functions of ON and OFF." Basically, the observer pushes a red button and an...

Thompson to Get Chip

Apr 13, 2009

Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson is said to be getting an RFID microchip implanted in his arm. The tiny radio frequency device contains individualized medical data and is made by VeriChip, a company which recently added Thompson...

Tomb of Seti Video

Apr 13, 2009

Jason Martell of xfacts.com, has brought along two 360-degree Quicktime videos of Seti's Tomb to accompany his presentation. Just click and drag your mouse over the movies to explore each room. View the videos here.

Sims & Snake

Apr 13, 2009

Tonight's guest, Derrel Sims is pictured with Leviathan, his giant Burmese python. Click here to view larger.

The Alien Song

Apr 13, 2009

Spike Mike of the Fantastic Forum pointed us to an amusing video called The Alien Song by animator Victor Navone. View the clip here (requires QuickTime).

Goodbye Scotty

Apr 13, 2009

James Doohan, best known for playing the engineer "Scotty" on the original Star Trek series, passed away today at the age of 85. Reportedly, Doohan has requested that his ashes be sent into space. The phrase "Beam me up, Scotty," referring to the...

Holmes Images

Apr 13, 2009

Christopher Holmes sent us several images to accompany his presentation, including one of an enneagram (pictured) which he built in Vancouver. Click here to view.

Pompeii Treasures Unveiled

Apr 13, 2009

Objects preserved in volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD were recently presented to the public. Experts restored silver cups and platters (such as pictured) which give clues to the domestic life of Pompeii, from nearly 2,000 years...

Face in the Desert

Apr 13, 2009

The latest unusual image spotted on Google's satellite service is a 'face' in the Peruvian desert. A tongue-in-cheek article in The Register pegs the image as that of Jesus.

The Marfa Lights

Apr 13, 2009

On almost any clear night, the mysterious "Marfa Lights" can be seen dancing across Mitchell Flat in West Texas. The lights reportedly move around just above the horizon, and fluctuate in intensity and color. The phenomenon has been reported in the area...

Idaho Abduction Images

Apr 13, 2009

Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center referenced the following images during Friday's program:Image #1 - Peculiar wound on left foot of witness (above)Image #2 - Sketch of July 8, 2005 UFO encounter

New Bigfoot Sighting

Apr 13, 2009

In Canada's Yukon, nine people claim to have seen "a large human-like figure covered in hair" pass by a window of a house, according to CBC News. The creature reportedly left behind evidence including a footprint twice the size of a human's (pictured)...

Suitcase Nukes

Apr 13, 2009

Former FBI consultant Paul L. Williams pieced together the potential for nuclear terrorism in his 2004 book Osama's Revenge. He based his findings on intelligence from US, British, Pakistani and Israeli sources which indicate that tactical nuclear...

Alex, No Birdbrain

Apr 13, 2009

According to researchers at Brandeis University in Massachusetts, a bird with a walnut-size brain has grasped the concept of zero, something humans don't usually understand until age three or four. When asked about the contents of an empty tray, Alex, a...

How to Spot a Liar

Apr 13, 2009

In a video clip from one of her DVDs, hypnotherapist Wendi Friesen discusses how to pick up cues to tell if someone is lying. Also, she is offering a special for Coast to Coast listeners who buy any of her CDs or DVDs. Put "GEORGE" in the coupon code...

Dennis Pounds Florida

Apr 13, 2009

Hurricane Dennis slammed ashore on the northern Gulf coast of Florida Sunday afternoon, uprooting trees and downing power lines with top sustained winds of 120 mph. The Category 4 storm lost power as it moved inland and, as of 5:00 pm local time, was...

Set Phasers to Stun

Apr 13, 2009

U.S. scientists are currently developing Star Trek-style phasers to keep "security adversaries" out of nuclear power stations. Expected to be in use by 2008, the proposed weapon would use a 95GHz millimeter-wave of directed energy to harmlessly stun...

London Bombings: Analysis & Warning

Apr 13, 2009

An analyst with Stratfor, one of the world's leading private intelligence providers, writes that today's attacks in London may have been geared to boost sagging confidence in al Qaeda followers. "The London bombings clearly give them renewed credibility...

Giant Robot

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured is Robosaurus, a 40-foot-tall, 30-ton robot, breathing fire after "eating" a car during the recent Airfest 2004 in Riverside, Calif. More details about the "world's largest entertainment robot," are at robosaurus.com.

A Painful Weapon

Apr 13, 2009

The US military is reportedly experimenting with a weapon that can cause people to experience extreme pain. The projectile-styled device is said to fire a laser pulse that generates a burst of expanding plasma. According to an article in New Scientist,...

Deep Impact Movie

Apr 13, 2009

Clicking on the image plays a movie showing the flash that occurred when Deep Impact's probe collided into comet Tempel 1. Go here for more videos and animations of the mission.

Deep Impact Update

Apr 13, 2009

The Deep Impact spacecraft successfully released its impactor at 11:07 pm PT on Saturday night. The actual impact with the Tempel 1 comet is scheduled to occur around 10:52 pm PT Sunday night. To view near real-time images from Deep Impact as well as...

Winds Trigger Quakes

Apr 13, 2009

Mercer University physicist Randall Peters believes hurricanes can set off earthquakes and even cause the Earth to vibrate. In August 2004, he recorded a series of "micro-tremors" as Hurricane Charley reached the Florida peninsula. The seismometer also...

Last Night

John Sabol of 'Ghost Excavations' is an archaeologist and cultural anthropologist, unearthing past material remains with an emphasis on the studies of...

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