On April 21, 2007, while on an expedition in Ohio headed by Mark Maisel, researcher David Donlon captured what some believe is a recording of Bigfoot. Listen to MP3 audio of this Bigfoot vocalization courtesy of stancourtney.com.Photo: Frame 352 from the Patterson-Gimlin film
The National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena (NARCAP) has released its report on the UFO seen hovering over O'Hare International Airport on November 7, 2006. The object, referred to as Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) in the report, was seen by a number of highly reliable witnesses. The NARCAP report examines the eye witness accounts, as well as the FAA's 'Hole-in-Cloud' explanation and the safety implications of the UAP. More can be found at narcap.org, including the full 152-page technical report (PDF).
In the first hour, Dennis Cole, editor of Steeleville Ledger, shared details from a bizarre train incident he reported on this week. According to Cole, two railroad engineers on a freight train passing through Dowell, IL reported seeing a person laying on the tracks. The subject sat up and looked at the two engineers as the train hit him, Cole explained. Authorities searched for four hours but found no trace of a body, blood or clothing, he continued. Upon further investigation, Cole discovered that a man was hit and killed at the same spot in 1941.
Jan Yarbro saw an unexplained figure in the sky Wednesday night just after 8:00. She grabbed her camera and snapped a series of photos. But is that car-sized, translucent, black outline out-of-this world? Read more at the WMC-TV.
The corridors of the Steere House Nursing And Rehabilitation Centre is home to Oscar "The Grim rea-purr" who makes his way into the rooms of patients who are terminally ill and are nearing the very end of their lives...Read more.
The first hour featured the second in our ongoing series Great American Success Stories with Ron Rice (pictured), the founder and former owner of the sun care product manufacturer Hawaiian Tropic.Rice said he grew up in a log cabin in the mountains of North Carolina, where as a kid he ran a roadside stand selling apples, walnuts, honey, Christmas wreaths, and whatever else he could sell. He went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee and then worked as a chemistry teacher and football coach in Florida for $4,300/year.While working as a lifeguard, Rice got the idea to create what would become Hawaiian Tropic sun tan lotion. He said he mixed his exotic concoction of oils in a 20-gal garbage can, using a cut off broom stick to stir his homemade brew. Rice began selling his product in the mid-60s and within seven years had sold a million dollars worth. He eventurally built Hawaiian Tropic into a company with more than $200 million/year in sales and recently sold it
In the first hour, author Mark Zicree and actor George Takei talked about their work on a new Star Trek project, Star Trek: New Voyages. New Voyages is a fan-created production that picks up where the original series left off. Zicree co-wrote and directed an episode titled "World Enough, And Time," in which Takei reprises his role as Hikaru Sulu (pictured). Visit startreknewvoyages.com to view a trailer and sign up to see "World Enough, And Time," which premieres on August 23, 2007. Takei also briefly spoke about his role as the father of time traveler Hiro Nakamura on NBC's Heroes. During the interview, George invited C2C listener and internet broadcaster Michael Johnson to co-host the segment with him.
Researcher and intuitive consultant David Wilcock was our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat for one hour on Thursday. The fascinating discussion touched on such topics as 2012, ascension, galactic changes and UFOs. Below are excerpts from the Q & A; members can view the entire transcript. country girlDavid, what does our future look like? David Wilcock I do not see a negative future. Originally I was not 'into' 2012 per se.What happened is as I kept moving forward I saw so much information that pointed in that direction, I was left with the feeling that we are heading into a profoundly POSITIVE shift in consciousness.There is a lot of information I can't yet go public with that we're putting into CONVERGENCE: The Movie. The gist of it is that this science of consciousness proves that we are evolving as a species, creating greater telepathic interconnectedness.The material I've delved into is quite esoteric, as many of you know.The Law of One seri
After more than seven years of work, a life-size robotic fly (pictured) has finally taken flight at Harvard University. The tiny robot has a wingspan of three centimeters and weighs a mere 60 milligrams. Researchers believe such small flying machines could one day be used for covert surveillance in battlefield and urban environments. "You probably wouldn't notice a fly in the room," says Robert Wood, leader of Harvard's robotic-fly project. Read more from Technology Review.Photo: Robert Wood
Brooks Agnew has provided a set of photos to accompany his hollow Earth discussion with George. View them here.
Charlie Kam has written and recorded a lyrical riff on Ray Kurzweil's Singularity ideas, sung to the tune of Gilbert & Sullivan's I Am The Very Model of a Modern Major General, from the opera, "The Pirates of Penzance." View it on YouTube.
During the first week in Feb. 2001, Art Bell ran his web-cam taking a new shot about once per minute... I was watching these, and it occurred to me that they might almost animate - so after saving up quite a few, I cobbled them into a quicktime movie and added a soundtrack... While the various days are mixed up - the order within each days set are mostly in sequence (except for a few places where I moved shots around to enhance the animated effect)... The soundtrack is: Ten Thousand Years Ago by the Vipers, a British Skiffle group from the 50s... Im a graphic artist/cartoonist (www.cuteybunny.com) and part time Computer Graphics Instructor - outside of using this movie as an example in some of my classes (of cheap and quick animation) Ive not shown it elsewhere. Guess thats about it - Thanx for a Fun Show - and Im really gonna miss Art!! --Joshua Quagmire
A huge cloud of dust rolled over the Phoenix area on Monday, reducing visibility to near zero and darkening the city. For more on the storm, check out an article andvideo clip posted at KNBC.
Archbishop James Long has investigated hauntings and ghosts at the Waverly Hills Sanatorium. Located in Louisville, Kentucky, it opened in the early 1900s as a treatment facility for tuberculosis patients. A massive gothic-style sanatorium replaced the original hospital in 1926, and it's this building that has been ranked as the "10th Most Haunted Place in the World" and voted the "2nd Scariest Place in America." For more, see the Waverly Hills Historical Society, PrairieGhosts.com, and a listener-submitted 'ghost photo.'
The world's tallest man, Bao Xishun (7.9ft), shakes hands with He Pingping (2.4ft), the Earth's shortest. More at the Daily Mail.
The world's tallest man, 7ft 9in Bao Xishun married a 5ft. 6in. woman in a traditional Mongolian ceremony on Thursday. For coverage of the event, see the Shanghai Daily and the Telegraph.
Pictured (click on image for larger) is Max, the crystal skull owned by JoAnn Parks. For a look at other crystal skulls, check out this page presented by World Mysteries.
Kent Couch took to the skies in his lawn chair, made airborne by 105 attached balloons. Armed with a GPS device and other equipment, he reached heights of 13,000 feet and traveled a total of 193 miles across Oregon. Click here for a video clip and more info.
The Roswell UFO Festival, celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Roswell Incident, wrapped up today. Check out photos published on the Roswell Record (such as the pictured image by Mark Wilson) as well as reports from Newsweek and the Washington Post.We have also made available two photos from
In Northern China, a human-shaped shadow appeared in the middle of a rainbow for over an hour on July 1st. Many tourists believe that the vision represented the Buddha. For a larger image, visit China Daily.
Around 100 million votes helped pick the new seven wonders of the world, which were revealed Saturday during a star-studded event. The Great Wall of China, Jordan's Petra, and Brazil's Christ the Redeemer statue (pictured) were chosen, as well as Machu Picchu in Peru, Mexico's Chichen Itza pyramid, the Colosseum in Rome and India's Taj Mahal. Read more and view photos at MSNBC.com.Photo: Renzo Gostoli/AP
Read the 2002 sealed "deathbed" affidavit of Lt. Walter Haut, who was the Roswell AAF Base public information officer during the July 1947 Roswell incident.
New findings are being reported about one of Saturn's moons-- Hyperion. The odd non-spherical moon is pockmarked with deep craters, giving it a sponge-like appearance. Its craters are thought to be preserved by the moon's porous surface, which also contains a "dark red gunk." For more, visit Space.com.
A rare pink dolphin was recently photographed by a charter-boat captain in Calcasieu Lake, south of Lake Charles, LA. It's thought that the dolphin may be an albino. For more, visit Fox News and Capt. Erik Rue's website.Photo by Capt. Erik Rue, Calcasieu Charter Service
Sunday's New York Times Magazine featured a lengthy piece titled The Final Days. Writer Benjamin Anastas looks at the science, history and culture surrounding the Mayan calendar end date in 2012, through his interviews with such people as George Noory, John Major Jenkins, and Jose Arguelles.
Check out this video clip from the TV news show Primer Impacto. It shows the strange footage of "flying humanoids" seen in the skies of a remote town in Mexico. Some have labeled the flying object as a "witch," others see an ET.