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6 UFO Hot Spots Around the World

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on July 13, 2012

As Annie Jacobson’s new book, AREA 51: An Uncensored History of America’s Top Secret Military Base, hits shelves, TIME takes a look at other alien-inhabited sites worldwide.

Wiltshire, England top 7 UFO hot spots
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The vast field of Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, southern England, is a stretch of verdant land steeped in history. It’s here where the ancient neolithic site of Stonehenge sits, an inscrutable pile of rocks wrapped in mystery. And it’s here, or at least in the town of Warminster, where some of the U.K.’s most impassioned UFO watchers gather atop nearby Cradle Hill in the belief that they can signal extraterrestrial spaceships. In the 60s and 70s, local journalist Arthur Shuttlewood popularized The Warminster Mystery, leading to hundreds, perhaps thousands of independent claims of UFO sightings all coming from this small town. It’s clearly led to many hoaxes, including the recent drawing of elaborate geometric crop circles in fields surrounding the old town.

Wycliffe Well, Australia

Wycliffe Well, Northern Territory, Australia top 7 UFO hot spots

You really don’t want to go to Wycliffe Well in Australia’s Northern Territory and not see a UFO: “Sightings are so common,” the website of the Wycliffe Well Holiday Park states, “that if you stayed up all night looking you would be considered unlucky not to see anything.” Supposedly, earthlings have been witnessing UFOs in this part of the Outback since World War II. But hey, if you turn out to be one of those “unlucky” sightseers, at least you get to lay eyes on Elvis! (In statue form). And wouldn’t you know? This very same place apparently has a vast beer selection. Read the rest of this entry »

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Baltic ‘UFO’: New dive, new details (PHOTOS)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 18, 2012

Image from vaghauk.deviantart.com

Image from vaghauk.deviantart.com

A “UFO-shaped” object, found at the bottom of the Baltic Sea last year, has puzzled many. And a Swedish expedition that plunged into the deep eventually surfaced with more questions than answers.

Covered in soot, with little “fireplace”-like structures and lying at the end of a 300-meter “runway” – this is not something you would expect to find sitting on the sea floor. And whatever you think about extraterrestrial life, “the thing” is still there and there has to be an explanation. So what could it be?

On June 19, 2011, a team of Swedish treasure hunters was exploring the bottom of the Baltic Sea with their sonars when they noticed a bizarre, disc-like structure at a depth of 90 meters. Back then, international experts failed to explain the sonar images. In 2012, after months of preparation, the Ocean X Team, as they call themselves, went back in order to unveil the mystery.

“We’ve heard lots of different kinds of explanations, from George Lucas’s spaceship – the Millennium Falcon – to ‘It’s some kind of plug to the inner world,’ like it should be hell down there or something,” The Daily Mail quoted one of the founders of the Ocean X Team, Peter Lindberg, as saying.

The Millennium Falcon, Star Wars ship
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Middle East UFO: Mysterious Light Over Israel, Syria, Confirmed To Be Russian Missile Test (VIDEOS)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 9, 2012

By Craig Kanalley

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UFO mystery: Latest sighting in Siberia

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 13, 2012

An image from Russia's "Vesti" Channel

An image from Russia’s “Vesti” Channel

An unidentified glowing object is said to have crashed down from the skies in Russia’s Siberia, causing a powerful explosion. A search for the mysterious item is underway amid speculations of what on Earth it could be.

Witnesses describe seeing a bright glow covering the sky, followed by a shining object falling with a strange clanging sound and disappearing in the distance with a blast.

The unidentified object supposedly fell in the taiga forest of the Irkutsk region, 15 kilometers from the nearest village of Vitim, on Friday night. The head of the regional administration said a group of researchers has been sent to inspect the area and question witnesses.

“We will be able to say what it is, only when we see the thing itself and the place where it fell,” explained head of the region Aleksandr Sergey. “The investigators, together with hunters are going there on snowmobiles”. Read the rest of this entry »

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12,000 year old city of Lord Krishna found…

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 29, 2012

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Stephen Hawking’s 70th birthday: 17 things you need to know about the physicist

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 8, 2012

Happy Birthday to Professor Stephen Hawking, who today celebrates his 70th birthday – nearly fifty years after he was first diagnosed with motor neurone disease.

Here are 17 things you need to know about the most famous theoretical physicist in the world.

1) Born in Oxford on January 8 1942 – 300 years after the death of astronomer Galileo Galilei – Professor Hawking grew up in St Albans, Hertfordshire.

2) After being diagnosed with a rare form of motor neurone disease – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) – at the age of 22, Hawking was given just a few years to live.

3) Hawking is as much a celebrity as he is a scientist, having appeared on The Simpsons, Star Trek and having provided narration for a British Telecom commercial that was later sampled on a Pink Floyd album.

4) He had a difficult time at the local public school and was persecuted as a “swot” who was more interested in jazz, classical music and debating than sport and pop. Read the rest of this entry »

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‘Alien Corpse’ Discovered: Woman In Russia Hides Extraterrestrial In The Fridge

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on November 16, 2011

What would you do if you found an alien? Would you fight it? Take it to the government? Sell the rights to Steven Spielberg?

One woman in Russia had a better idea recently when she found what she thought might be the body of an extraterrestrial lifeform.

She put it in the fridge.

Marta Yegorovnam, from the city of Petrozavodsk, reportedly kept the body of an alien for two yearsafter a UFO crash near to her summer house in 2009.

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According to the story, the woman picked through the wreckage of the craft until she found the alien’s corpse which, judging by the photos of the beast, is shaped like a small humanoid fish.

The website Unexplained Mysteries reported that the woman was visited recently by two men from the ‘Karelian Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences’.

Which is convenient both if you think the story is a hoax… and if you think it isn’t, really.

Visitors to Unexplained Mysteries seemed unconvinced, however.

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Australia UFO Sighting Files Mysteriously Disappear

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 10, 2011


Why every Aliens story mysterious­? They just want to play with us?
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E.T., Call Us Back! Making the Case for Alien Life

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 24, 2011

By MICHAEL D. LEMONICK

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There’s no good evidence to date that life exists, or ever has existed, on worlds beyond the Earth — so it might seem odd that the field of science known as astrobiology is booming. Over the past decade or so, hundreds of biologists, geologists, chemists and astronomers have conducted research and attended conferences on astrobiology around the world, and NASA even has an Astrobiology Institute at its Ames Research Center in California.

That’s because there’s plenty to think about before we actually find alien life. What form, for example, is it likely to take? Where should we be looking, and how? How did life arise on Earth — was it pretty much inevitable, given the right conditions, or was it a one-in-a-billion kind of thing? Are there enough life-friendly planets out there to make the search worthwhile?(See the Hubble telescope’s greatest hits.)

Thanks to progress on all of these questions and more, scientists tend to be more confident than ever that life does exist out in the universe — and First Contact, a book by Washington Post reporter and editor Marc Kaufman, is a powerful reminder of why. Take Princeton geologist Tullis Onstott, whose story, along with those of many others, Kaufman tells. In 1996 Onstott ventured deep into a South African gold mine. Tapping into rock a mile (1.6 km) below the surface, he extracted bacteria that were living cheerfully in harsh conditions completely isolated from the rest of the biosphere. Read the rest of this entry »

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‘Dead Alien’ Hoax In Russia Goes Viral (VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 21, 2011


Why the alien fully naked and not with complete body? What about other aliens?
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UFOs’ new track over Sochi Winter Olympics sites

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 16, 2011

ET seems to feel at home in southern Russia. Recent unexplained lights in the sky, which have been caught on camera, are among the increasing sightings that are baffling the locals.

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FBI files reveal exploding UFO, aliens near Roswell

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 12, 2011

Secret FBI files have been released that detail how US officials witnessed a UFO explode over Utah and aliens landing near Roswell, New Mexico.

A document recently declassified from 1949 explained how three men on separate patrols miles from one another all witnessed a UFO explode over the mountains of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Their experiences were reported and directed to then FBI Director Edgar Hoover in a memo titled “Flying Discs.”

According to the memo, the three men were a policeman, a highway patrolman and an army guard. Each reported to have seen a “silver colored object high up approaching the mountains at Sardine Canyon” which then “appeared to explode in a rash of fire.”

The memo further explained “several residents [reported] seeing what appeared to be two aerial explosions, followed by falling object.”

The memo is one of thousands of formerly classified files which have bow been made public in a new online resource called The Vault, an online database run by the FBI.

Another document in The Vault is a statement from special agent Guy Hottel which described events which seem to present evidence in support of the Roswell alien theories. Read the rest of this entry »

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Indonesia Crop Circle Sparks UFO Rumors (PHOTOS)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 26, 2011


Usually UFO appeared only in developed countries, but this is another case not in developed countries.
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New China UFO Sighting Closes Airport (VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 11, 2010


UFO, do not be so mysterious. UFO moved to China. May be China becoming more developed? UFO, you so clever.
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Churchill Ordered UFO Cover-Up, Archives Show

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 6, 2010


What was the importance to keep UFO incident secret?
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