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Massive Blizzard

Like a scene out of The Day After Tomorrow, cars were left stranded on Lake Shore Drive, as a major blizzard roared through the Chicago area

Gorilla Walks Like Man

A gorilla named Ambam has become a YouTube hit after video emerged this week showing the 21-year-old Silverback strolling upright in his enclosure at Port Lympne Animal Park in the UK

Best of Listeners' Images-- 2004

We've dug through the vaults of the old Coast to Coast AM website, and now happily present to you the best of our listener submitted images from 2004. View the gallery of 100 photos.

Indonesian Crop Circle

Add Indonesia to the list of countries where crop circles have been reported. This past Sunday, a pattern in a rice field, said to resemble a Hindu chakra, was discovered and has led some to some suspect UFO or ET involvement.

Camera Captures Mountain Lion

On Jan. 12 a stationary wildlife camera captured this image of a mountain lion on the prowl in Chesterfield, Missouri, near St. Louis.

Lumbrazo's Cloud Images

Tom Lumbrazo, who finds interesting meanings in cloud formations, sent us some images to accompany his appearance.

Mount Etna Eruption

The latest eruption of Mount Etna spectacularly lit up the night sky in Sicily. While nearby communities were not threatened, a violent eruption of the volcano in 1669 killed 15,000 people.

Artwork Under the Sea

In an effort to draw tourists' attention away from the endangered reefs of the Caribbean, a Mexico-based artist has created an amazing underwater sculpture garden...

Cross-Eyed Opossum

A cross-eyed opossum named Heidi has become the Leipzig Zoo's most famous resident.

Vietnam's 'Lost World'

Home to a vast array of spectacular caverns, Vietnam now boasts the world's largest cave passage, dubbed 'Hang Son Doong.' It is so massive that a block of 40-story buildings or a Boeing 747 could easily fit inside and an arduous five day trek into the cave only allows explorers to investigate half of the enormous subterranean world. An in-depth look at Hang Son Doong can be found at National Geographic.

Birds of a Feather Fall Together

Residents of Beebe, Arkansas had their New Year's festivities take a Fortean turn, when over 1,000 dead black birds rained down from the sky just before midnight...

Lake Erie 'Icehouse'

Thanks to a potent combination of high winds and frigid temperatures, this Lake Erie lighthouse has become a veritable ice sculpture.

Jet-propelled Flying Squid

British photographer Graham Ekins has captured rare images of an amazing squid which use jet propulsion to leap out of the sea to avoid predators.

Peru's Battle for Bones

The Ocucaje Desert in Peru has turned into an unlikely battleground over a plethora of marine fossils exposed by harsh winds...

Snowbound Ian

Sitting at the heart of a massive blizzard pounding the Midwest, Ian Punnett sent us some images of the snowfall, as seen from his house...

Battle of the Bees

An estimated two million bees from two battling colonies waged war in a South Florida man's home.

James Chiles Image

Saturday's first hour guest, James Chiles, discussed this photo of a brief atmospheric anomaly that was visible at midday, June 2009, in Minnesota.

He's Got a Ticket to Ride

At a hotel in Columbia, a squirrel monkey has found a new way of getting to tree tops, thanks to its friendship with a pair of parrots.

Gianninoto Images

Gordon James Gianninoto provided us with images related to what he believes is the arrival of Planet X.

Deciphering an Old Dog's Trick

In an attempt to design better appliances, physicists have turned to nature in order to learn the secrets of how animals shake themselves dry...

Knapp's News 10/17/10

A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on a homemade spacecraft (video still taken from craft pictured), global warming fraud, and a Serbian boy who suddenly starting speaking English.

Windmills of the Future?

Looking to overcome the issues that have slowed the proliferation of wind turbines, a New York design firm has developed the Windstalk Project...

Did dogs teach us to love?

In his latest work, The Dog Who Couldn't Stop Loving, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson explores the theory of human co-evolution with dogs.

Brocken Spectre

A climber in Poland's Tatra mountains has photographed a rare optical phenomenon known as a 'Brocken spectre'.

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