Check out our round-up of highlights from the past week ... In Coast You Missed It.
One of the more fantastic theories for what may have caused the infamous Dyatlov Pass incident is getting another look thanks to a Russian doctor who says that a Yeti could have caused the tragic event.
A fantastic piece of security camera footage from Wales seemingly shows a full-bodied apparition appear out of thin air on the sidewalk of a street.
A video hailed by some observers as confirmation that the Loch Ness Monster is really an eel appears to be more of a misunderstanding rather than actual proof.
A puzzling cattle mutilation case that occurred in Oregon earlier this summer continues to confound authorities, who have received a number of bizarre suggestions for what could have been behind the carnage.
A pianist preparing for a performance at a notoriously haunted theater in Texas may have inadvertently photographed one of the site's resident ghosts.
The United States Navy has confirmed that the much-discussed trio of UFO videos that appeared online at the end of 2017 and in early 2018 are genuine and that the footage shows what they consider to be "unidentified aerial phenomena."
A man using Google Earth to check out his old neighborhood in Florida wound up solving a decades-old cold case when he spotted a car that was submerged in a pond.
A Mississippi man inexplicably clad in a Captain America costume was busted for allegedly trying to break into somebody's shed.
A pair of men from the Netherlands seemingly got an early start on storming Area 51 this week when they were arrested for trespassing at a government facility located near the secretive military base.
Workers at an enormous cemetery in Iraq claim that the site is home to countless ghosts that have been known to attack gravediggers and leave them deeply unnerved by the experience.
An outstanding new online presentation allows users to follow the proverbial path of the people who perished in the mysterious Dyatlov Pass incident.
In a truly bizarre story out of New Mexico, two men claim that they had a close encounter with what may have been a UFO resembling a circus tent and its alien occupants during a recent hunting trip.
A church in Chicago on the precipice of foreclosure seemingly received a supportive message from above when a painting of the Virgin Mary at the building began inexplicably crying over the weekend.
An interesting survey recently conducted in England centered around a question that has long been debated by scientists and UFO enthusiasts alike: if aliens contacted Earth, who decides whether or not we should answer?