While shooting video along I-40 in New Mexico, Lindsay Lemmon and Austin McGee captured what appears to be a large moving hairy figure with "a tan round face." The two have contacted Bigfoot investigators in Atlanta and Texas to review their tape. They plan to release the video for public viewing after copyright is in place. Read more at Chattanoogan.com.
Art Bell shares a few recent photos of his family. Pictured: Airyn, Art and their 4-month-old daughter, Asia Rayne.
New details have emerged that may explain why people got sick in the aftermath of the Peruvian meteorite crash. According to a researcher for Perus Mining, Metallurgy, and Geology Institute, the illness was due to the inhalation of arsenic fumes, which were released when the falling rock hit a tainted underground water supply. For more, see this article.
A Kentucky man, shooting video footage of the lunar eclipse on August 28th, captured a UFO that appeared to move across the lower part of the moon. Brendan Burton writes in American Chronicle that the shape of this UFO resembles the drone photos (first featured on C2C). Read his article, view the video.
Google Earth's new feature, Google Sky allows viewers to navigate through the far reaches of the universe as it incorporates high-resolution images from sources like NASA's Hubble and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Check out PC World's selection of Google Sky's Most Spectacular Sights, such as the pictured 'Sombrero Galaxy.'
Will our land masses form one supercontinent 250 million years from now? Projections suggest that due to the shifting of Earth's plates, we'll once again return to this state, last seen in the Paleozoic era. The pictured map by C. R. Scotese (U. Texas at Arlington) shows the projected land mass, dubbed "Pangea Ultima." For more, check out Astronomy Picture of the Day.
In PBS Online's Probe the Brain activity, use an electric probe on an exposed brain to see which part of the motor cortex is responsible for moving fingers, toes, hips, and more. (Shockwave plug-in required.)
Linda Godfrey provided this forensic sketch of the Dogman/Manwolf that she based on a composite of witness descriptions (click for full image).
Check out photos of Philip Carlo meeting with the Mafia contract killer, Richard "Ice Man" Kuklinski, who is on the left in this image.
In the latest news in the Peruvian meteorite crash, a geologist has confirmed that it was indeed a meteorite that smashed into a desolate area near the Bolivian border on Saturday morning. Earlier, some scientists had speculated that it might have been a geyser that erupted rather than a meteor crash. Questions still remain as to whether "toxic fumes" were released, and if the meteorite actually sickened people, as has been claimed. Click here for more.
Marie Jones sent us a set of images to accompany her presentation with John Savino on supervolcanoes. Click here to view.
Maj. Ed Dames appeared briefly at the start of the show to discuss hisnew map, which provides a precise location for missing adventurer Steve Fossett. He believes Fossett's body is north of Yosemite in a rugged area, and he plans to dispatch a ground search team into the area.
The Wired NextFest took place this weekend in Los Angeles, offering demos of cutting edge inventions and innovations. For a glimpse, check out these two photo galleries from CNET News/Stephanie Olsen: Touring NextFest and Tech visions of future from NextFest. Pictured is the humanoid robot, "Albert Hubo."
Scientists are bewildered by a one-of-a-kind "sheep-hog" being raised on a ranch in Esquina, Argentina. The one-year-old pig (pictured) is covered like a sheep with a thick woolly fleece. "I examined it," said livestock expert Professor Hector Rebechisi, "and if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes I wouldn't believe it." Read more here.
Stunt performer, Wang Chuntai, amazed onlookers in Haikou City, China by pulling a car with four people inside more than 30 feet using a rope attached to hooks in his nostrils. More at Ananova.
John Kachuba sent us several photos to accompany his presentation, including this image of his 'Ghosthuntermobile.' Click here to view.
Near the Milky Way galactic center, a pulsar (a dead spinning star) has been feeding on a smaller companion star, whittling it down to a planet-sized object. For more on this curious celestial phenomenon, check out Space.com.Artist Depiction: Aurore Simonnet - Sonoma State University
Tonight, two beams of blue light are illuminating the sky above Ground Zero. The annual "Tribute in Light," signifies the area where the Twin Towers once stood, and honors the attack victims. For more on the tribute, see NY1 News.
Major Ed Dames of the Matrix Intelligence Agency supplied us with the map that he sent to the searchers for adventurer Steve Fossett.Click here to view, along with a statement from Dames.
In an article for The Seeker's Circle, Karyn Greenstreet offers a number of solo exercises for developing one's intuition. Altering one's daily routine can open a door to new feelings, and guessing what items will be in your mailbox could put you in touch with your inner voice, she writes. For more, click here.
In July of this year, Dan Twohig, a deck officer with the Washington state ferry service, stumbled upon an aerial image of a dry-docked U.S. nuclear submarine showing its top secret seven-bladed propeller design. The image appears on Microsoft's Virtual Earth, a mapping service similar to Google Maps. Get further details at Stuff.co.nz.
During the first hour, Dr. Roger Leir discussed his 13th implant removal surgery. His patient 'Steve' also appeared on the program. According to Leir, the implant located in Steve's knee gave off a strong magnetic field and a radio frequency at 105.718894 MHz. Steve said he thought the implant was used for mind control purposes. Leir estimated as many as 15% of the population may have been abducted by aliens. He also shared several signs that could indicate a person has been abducted. View photos from Steve's implant removal surgery. (Caution: Graphic Images)
A plan has been put forth to build the world's largest structure in Dessau, Germany-- a new Great Pyramid that would be ten times larger than the one in Egypt. Estimated to take 30 years to construct, the huge building would serve as a communal tomb, open to all, regardless of denomination or nationality. For more on the project, visit CNET News.Image Credit: Friends of the Great Pyramid
In Iraq, use of the non-lethal weapon known as the Active Denial System has been 'denied' by the Pentagon, even though US military commanders have repeatedly requested its deployment. The System-- a mounted ray-gun that shoots a pain-causing invisible beam, can be used to disperse angry crowds or mobs, without bullets. The Pentagon is concerned that the public would view this weapon as a kind of torture device. For recent articles on this topic, see The Scotsman and Danger Room.
In the August issue of FATE Magazine, Brad Steiger recounts several cases of Ghosts and Phantoms on the Highways. One incident took place outside of Albany, NY in 1991-- a man named Max was rushing to return home to finish some work. Along the highway, he became stuck behind a slow moving vehicle-- what he guessed to be a 1941 Chevrolet sedan. Upon blasting his horn at the car, the sedan's driver turned to look at him with an expression of shock. Then, right in front of Max and his family, the old car began to disappear. "It was as if there were some old photograph dissolving bit by bit before us, just fading away until there was nothing left to prove it had ever been there," Max said.
A new adaptive optics system developed by astronomers is offering some of the clearest photos of space ever seen.The system, known as "Lucky," is able to determine when atmospheric distortion starts and stops, as it gathers its images. Pictured above is the Cat's Eye Nebula as imaged conventionally by the Palomar telescope (l) and with the Lucky Camera (r). For more, visit BBC News.
Two pilots were killed when their planes slammed into each other during an aerobatic maneuver at an air show in Poland. View the tragic video at CNN.com.
A Malaysian man known as "King Tooth" (pictured) has set a new world record by pulling a seven-coach 327 ton train over 9 feet using only a steel rope clenched in his mouth. More at Ananova.
Russia's Space Agency said Friday that a prominent Russian businessman-turned-politician is training to fly to space as a tourist in 2009. Click here for more.