High Strangeness


Randy 'ghosts' prowling Welsh roads to seduce drivers, paranormal author claims

Hitchhiking ghosts could be seducing travellers on a busy road near Swansea, a paranormal investigator has claimed.

Gavin Davies, the author of Ghost Sex, says he is investigating a spate of incidents where unsuspecting drivers are seduced by hitchhiking ghouls.

One of them involved a Pembrokeshire man who told Mr Davies he was seduced by a figure disguised as a beautiful woman hitchhiking on the A40.

"I was approached by a man who did not want to be identified because it could expose him to ridicule, who told me he picked up a hitchhiker who turned out to be a ghost that seduced him," Mr Davies said.

Comment: For much more on this sort of paranormal activity check out High Strangeness: Hyperdimensions & The Process Of Alien Abduction by Laura Knight-Jadczyk.


Jagged UFO seen hovering over New York


Mysterious: The object was apparently spotted above New York
A mysterious jagged-shaped unidentified flying object has been claimed to have been spotted in the sky above New York.

The dark, disc shaped object, is filmed as it hovers in mid-air - in clear daylight.

Uploaded to YouTube on January 15, the footage last just fourteen seconds, before the YouTube user claims his phone shut down due to an unexplained overheating issue.

He also suggests that wildlife in the area were scared away by the object, which was making a mysterious noise.


UFO releasing glowing orbs into a formation in Western Massachusetts

Comment: Are we beginning to experience a spike in the High Strangeness phenomena? From the last few days:

Strange purple object in the sky over Tynemouth UK

Mysterious footage of teleporting dog that appears on motorway out of thin air


Mysterious footage of 'teleporting dog' that appears on motorway out of thin air


Out of thin air: Dog appears to 'teleport' on a motorway
A bizarre video that shows a dog apparently teleporting onto a motorway has gone viral.

The fascinating footage shows the mysterious pooch appear as if out of thin air during an illegal drag race taking place on the highway.

Shot on a mobile phone by one of the spectators, the clip shows at least two cars travelling at high speed down the motorway with the camera panning around as the cars vanish into the distance.

But incredibly, although it seems impossible for the cars to miss the animal, a dog suddenly seems to appear from nowhere and bounds happily over to the side of the road, with its tail wagging.


Proof of bigfoot? New 'yeti' video shows giant hairy beast walking through Russian forest

A group claim to have spotted the beast in the woods
There has long been speculation about the mythical creature but latest clips could reveal the truth once and for all

A group of Russians claim to have captured the best footage of bigfoot.

The adventurers spotted what they described as a hairy bear-sized humanoid that marched out of the woods before disappearing seconds later.

The recording came when a group of people from the city of Adygeisk set off in search of the mysterious creature after a local TV station reported that it had been sighted in a remote region.

They said they had questioned the people at a mountainside lodge who claimed to have seen the creature, and managed to get several independent confirmations that there was something out there.


Strange purple object in the sky over Tynemouth, UK


Mystery: The strange pulsating purple light is causing confusion in the North East
First spotted by a dog walker on Monday night, the pulsating light has been reported by many more people - but nobody has been able to work out what it is

More sightings of a UFO hovering in the North East skies have been revealed.

The suspected alien spacecraft was first captured on video in the sky above North Tyneside by venture capitalist Craig Lowther on Monday night.

The 43-year-old, from Tynemouth, noticed a pulsating light in the sky and reached for his camera.

He said: "I am out at night a lot walking the dog but this is like nothing I have ever seen before."


'Mysterious beasts' spotted by Arizona highway cameras

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'Mysterious Beasts' Spotted by Arizona Highway Cameras
A suspicious pack of what appeared to be a group of large animals has sparked a viral debate about a possible sasquatch sighting in Arizona.

The Arizona Department of Transportation was behind the latest announcement -- and conspiracy theories began to grow after they posted a photo from a highway patrol camera.

It wasn't Big Foot enthusiasts reading too deeply into a suspicious photo; the government officials were the ones to suggest that something sinister -- and mysterious -- was going on.

Comment: Though it is not clear what these creatures are, Arizona is in the news for a number of UFO sightings and other strange phenomena.


Strange gray creature seen in Ohio

Not much of a creature, I'd say, just two really, really long legs joined somewhere above, making a little pustule of a head, but that, believe it or not, is the creature reportedly seen by a man in Ohio this 12 December. Could it be a mutant? A gray alien? A mutated gray alien? I'll leave the speculation out for the readers.

The 60-year-old man who had allegedly seen the creature this 12th December, was contacted by the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), who say that it'll be interesting to find out about similar sightings in the locality. The Highland County Press published an account of the man's bizarre encounter, mentioning that it was while driving along Carmel Road in Ohio that he spotted this gray creature.


'It was us': CIA 'fesses up on UFO sightings in 1950-60s

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The Central Intelligence Agency has admitted that it was responsible for at least half of reported UFO sightings in the middle of the last century due to its secret, high-altitude reconnaissance flights.

The 1950s and '60s was an intense period when a number of Americans reported UFO sightings and alien visitations. These sensational events lent cinematic credence to a number of Hollywood space blockbusters, including Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind and ET, and George Lucas's Star Wars.

Now it appears the unidentified flying objects were more fact than fantasy, while the mind behind them was not quite alien.

This week, the CIA took to social media to claim responsibility for at least half of UFO sightings in the 1950s and 60s.

"Reports of unusual activity in the skies in the '50s? It was us," the agency tweeted, while acknowledging the section on UFOs attracted the most attention to its website in 2014.

Comment: Great. Now, after CIA "admitted its involvement", we know that it probably wasn't them. At least not in most of the cases. Once denial was easy, see the following chart as an example:
But now, in the age of iphones and dashcams, a more sophisticated excuse must be fabricated, including taking care of history. One can also wonder, with all the increased meteorite and UFO activity, if CIA isn't preparing the ground for future damage control.

To learn more about the topic of UFO phenomenon, read the following books:

High Strangeness: Hyperdimensions & The Process Of Alien Abduction by Laura Knight-Jadczyk
UFOs and the National Security State: Chronology of a Coverup, 1941-1973 by Richard M. Dolan
The Cover-Up Exposed, 1973-1991 (UFOs and the National Security State Book 2) by Richard M. Dolan

Evil Rays

The mystery of UVB-76: Radio station has 'buzzed' every second since the 1970s - but no one knows why

Suddenly the piercing buzzing noise that has continued incessantly for months stops. A cold voice takes over.

'U-V-B-7-6,' is read out in a thick Russian accent, before listing a series of code words and numbers. Then, just as suddenly, it ends. The buzzing returns, for another few months.

That is what has greeted listeners of a mysterious radio station nicknamed 'The Buzzer' - and code named UVB-76, or more recently MDZhB - since the 1970s.

But what the Buzzer is doing, or who is broadcasting it, remains a mystery - with theories ranging from the Russian military to atmospheric research.
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A Russian radio station has played a buzzing sound on frequency 4625 kHz (shown) for four decades. Every few months it is interrupted by a voice relaying a coded message. But no one knows the exact purpose of the station or the message. Some say it is a military station, or a counter-attack measure for nuclear war
The Buzzer is a shortwave radio station of unknown origin.

Although its noise has changed slightly over the preceding 40 years, it has always involved some form of regular buzzing, interrupted by a voice on rare occasions seemingly reading out a message.

Today, 25 times every minute, it spends less than a second buzzing, pauses, then buzzes again - endlessly.