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Unidentified animal baffles experts in Pennsylvania
Unidentified animal baffles experts in Pennsylvania
A mysterious animal that resembles some sort of dog or coyote has been discovered in the west of the state.— Unexplained Mysteries

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2022 could be a turning point in the study of UFOs
2022 could be a turning point in the study of UFOs
Interest in UFOs continues to grow, both among scientists and government officials.— Space.com
Hidden footage 'captures ghost of George Best' which ex-wife says she is haunted by
Hidden footage 'captures ghost of George Best' which ex-wife says she is haunted by
George Best's ex-wife believes the footballer's spirit could be in her Surrey home.— Mirror.co.uk
Chinese military develops an enormous robotic yak
Chinese military develops an enormous robotic yak
The robot is strong enough to carry up to 352 pounds and able to sprint along at up to 6 miles per hour.— Mail Online
Scientists think 2020 lockdowns may have caused less lightning
Scientists think 2020 lockdowns may have caused less lightning
The lack of aerosol particles in the atmosphere led to a number of surprising effects.— Fox News
Scientists With Nothing Better to Do Created a Bubble That Lasted 465 Days Before Popping
Scientists With Nothing Better to Do Created a Bubble That Lasted 465 Days Before Popping
The team set up an experiment and blew three different types of bubbles, including soap bubbles, water-based gas marbles, and water-glycerol-based gas marbles.— Futurism
2,000-Year-Old Skull Shows Evidence of Ancient Surgery
2,000-Year-Old Skull Shows Evidence of Ancient Surgery
A skull housed at The Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma has caused quite the stir in the archeology community.— Vintage News
Monster black hole spotted 'giving birth' to stars
Monster black hole spotted 'giving birth' to stars
The Hubble telescope just spotted a 500-light-year-long 'umbilical cord' for baby stars.— Live Science
The Cryptoterrestrials: Ancient Humans Hiding Among Us?
The Cryptoterrestrials: Ancient Humans Hiding Among Us?
They could move among us, but if you looked at them too close you would see there was something very strange about them.— Mysterious Universe
Atypical Nourishment – Hematophagy, Cannibalism and Necrophagy
Atypical Nourishment – Hematophagy, Cannibalism and Necrophagy
In certain tribes, when a relative died, the descendants had to consume its lifeless body in its entirety.— Ancient Origins
Taiwan Punishes Drunk Drivers by Having Them Clean Funeral Parlors
Taiwan Punishes Drunk Drivers by Having Them Clean Funeral Parlors
Authorities in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, have come up with an ingenious way of getting drunk drivers to reflect on their behavior.— Oddity Central
New study casts doubt on Loch Ness Monster plesiosaur theory
New study casts doubt on Loch Ness Monster plesiosaur theory
Is it at all plausible that it could be such a relic from the distant past?— Unexplained Mysteries
SETI Astrophysicist Promises Humans Will Encounter Aliens By 2036
SETI Astrophysicist Promises Humans Will Encounter Aliens By 2036
By 2036, computers will be powerful enough to be able to find technology signatures that point to aliens.— Anomalien
Puerto Rico's Chupacabras: Could They Be Something Else?
Puerto Rico's Chupacabras: Could They Be Something Else?
We shouldn't dismiss the possibility of huge bats that have mistakenly been called Chupacabra.— Mysterious Universe
Famous Swiss Mummy is Given a Face Thanks to Forensic Technology
Famous Swiss Mummy is Given a Face Thanks to Forensic Technology
The coffin of Shep-en-Isis was found in the southern part of the mortuary temple of Pharaoh Hatshepsut in the valley basin of Deir el-Bahari, on the west bank of the Nile River.— Ancient Origins
Astronomer captures footage of huge 3,451ft asteroid as it makes its closest approach to Earth in almost 90 years
Astronomer captures footage of huge 3,451ft asteroid as it makes its closest approach to Earth in almost 90 years
The huge rocky body shows up as just a tiny white dot shooting among the stars.— DailyMail.com
Authorities Confirm Sightings of Mysterious Drones Over Swedish Nuclear Facilities
Authorities Confirm Sightings of Mysterious Drones Over Swedish Nuclear Facilities
Officials say they do not know who was responsible for the incursions so far.— The Debrief
How to read the Doomsday Clock
How to read the Doomsday Clock
The Doomsday Clock depicts how close humanity is to armageddon.— BBC Future
A volcanic eruption in 2020 led to hours-long thunderstorm
A volcanic eruption in 2020 led to hours-long thunderstorm
The eruption of Taal volcano in the Philippines showed how a powerful volcanic eruption became electrified.— Geological Society of America
Bizarre video of 'flying deer' goes viral
Bizarre video of 'flying deer' goes viral
The footage shows a young deer running up to a road and then leaping several feet into the air.— Unexplained Mysteries
Possible sign of Mars life? Curiosity rover finds 'tantalizing' Red Planet organics
Possible sign of Mars life? Curiosity rover finds 'tantalizing' Red Planet organics
There are three possible explanations for the new find, and one involves ancient Mars microbes.— Space.com
Giant cat looks set to break world record after weighing in at 27.5lb
Giant cat looks set to break world record after weighing in at 27.5lb
Yulia Minina’s pet, Kefir, may grow even larger as he's only 22 months old.— The U.S. Sun
Ten Dazzling Celestial Events to See in 2022
Ten Dazzling Celestial Events to See in 2022
Stargazers in North America can look forward to meteor showers, lunar eclipses and a stunning multi-planet lineup this year.— Smithsonian Magazine
Iron Man-style robot is designed to help out during natural disasters
Iron Man-style robot is designed to help out during natural disasters
The robot, called iCub, has been developed by experts at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Genoa, Italy.— DailyMail.com
Top Secret Bases That Might, or Might Not, Really Exist
Top Secret Bases That Might, or Might Not, Really Exist
Nick Redfern reviews speculative locations such as the Dulce base.— Mysterious Universe
Inside a Dying Japanese Town Obsessed With Aliens
Inside a Dying Japanese Town Obsessed With Aliens
The town is home to a striking mountain that residents believe attracts flying saucers.— VICE
Scorching alien planet takes seasons to an extreme
Scorching alien planet takes seasons to an extreme
Scientists got a close look at an extreme case of seasons thanks to a retired NASA telescope.— Space.com
Vast 4,500-year-old network of 'funerary avenues' discovered in Saudi Arabia
Vast 4,500-year-old network of 'funerary avenues' discovered in Saudi Arabia
Thousands of pendant-shaped tombs discovered along the pathways.— Live Science
Personal Flying Saucer Makes 1st Successful Flights
Personal Flying Saucer Makes 1st Successful Flights
Electric VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) manufacturer Zeva announced that its flying wing airframe was recently tested.— The Debrief
Put Your Dreams to Work: How to Maximize Your Sleep
Put Your Dreams to Work: How to Maximize Your Sleep
The amazing benefits of dream incubation and sleep seeding.— Psychology Today

Last Night

Widowers & Relationships / KwiKwiyai Bigfoot
Widowers & Relationships / KwiKwiyai Bigfoot
Relationship coach Abel Keogh provided his unique insight into widower relationships. Followed by artist and Yakama Nation member Hollyanna CougarTracks, who discussed Bigfoot, and her experiences and relationship with the creature.
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