On July 7, something unusual happened near the Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China. An oddly shaped bright light appeared, forcing the airport to close down and delay 18 flights – - – Watch the astonishing video here… View full article »
Archive for July, 2010
“On July 7, something unusual happened near the Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China. An oddly shaped bright light appeared, forcing the airport to close down and delay 18 flights,” reports Mike Krumboltz. “Authorities are continuing to look into the incident, but no public conclusions have yet been made.”
“Holly Madison is writing a visitors guide about LasVegas, and she chose to do to all the fun things you can do between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, including a stop to look for ghosts. “Her friend Bridget and her new boyfriend Nick are coming along to see if he is suitable for Bridget. She is bringing her Douche Detector,” reports Current-Movie-Reviews.com.
Pythian Castle is a certified haunted location, owner Tamara Finocchiaro said. “You have (paranormal) experiences,” Finocchiaro said. “Then you get some professionals to come in and see if they have (paranormal) experiences. Once they seem like they get something that’s reputable or verifiable, then they certify you.” View full article »
A Chinese airport was dramatically shut down after baffled air traffic controllers spotted an incoming UFO on their radar systems. Planes were grounded and flights were diverted away from Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou City, in the country’s east, after the mysterious glowing object appeared on monitoring instruments late Wednesday night, the Shanghai Daily reported. View full article »
Aliens and UFO’s have been part of human lore and legend throughout history, but this past weekend those legends came to life for several valley residents and part, they say, of their very real here and now.
July 8, 1947: Just a couple of days after a shiny cylindrical object crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, the Roswell Army Air Field issued a press release that says the military has recovered the remains of a “flying disc.” Although the statement was quickly retracted to be a weather balloon, the announcement set the groundwork for the most controversial UFO cover-up of all time.
“A reader reminded me that today is the 63rd anniversary of the so-called Roswell UFO Incident. Even if you know nothing else about the UFO phenomenon, you certainly have heard about what supposedly happened in Roswell, New Mexico in July, 1947: a crashed flying saucer, autopsies on alien bodies, Government cover-ups,” reports Ray Villard for Discovery News.
“He’s never seen little green men or been beamed into an alien mother ship but this weekend American “Astro Political Activist” Stephen Bassett will speak at Paddington RSL to help end what he calls the “truth embargo” on extraterrestrial contact,” reports Rob Bates for Sydney Central.
“A European Union lawmaker urged member governments Tuesday to open their secret files on UFOs, saying people need to know about close encounters of the third kind,” reports Stephanie Fleming for the Associated Press.