High Strangeness


New images from space appear to show Loch Ness monster is 'alive'

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Fresh sightings of the Loch Ness monster from space.
Amazing new images taken from space appear to show something swimming below the surface of the world's most famous loch.

There had been fears that Nessie could have died after more than a year without a verified sighting.

But today's fresh pictures have again peaked the excitement of Nessie enthusiasts everywhere - especially after experts ruled out the possibility it is a sunken ship.

The images were captured by two different amateur hunters scanning different satellites transmitting images of the earth from space - Peter Thain of Newbiggin by the Sea, Northumberland and Andy Dixon from Darlington, County Durham.

The creature was spotted just outside the village of Dores, on the south shore of Loch Ness.

The images were beamed from Apple's satellite map app and could only be viewed on some ipads and iphones.

U.K. residents baffled after strange lights in the sky

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The strange object in the sky, captured by Rudloe resident Gemma Perks.
Residents in Rudloe have heralded the estate "the new Roswell", after several people reported seeing a strange object in the sky last Sunday.

Jo Collier was among those who saw a burning orange light in the sky shortly after 8pm, and likened it to the infamous UFO incident in New Mexico in 1947, which sparked numerous conspiracy theories.

She said: "I was at my mum's in Rudloe and my other half came running up the road shouting there was something falling out of the sky.

"It was like this big orange glow, absolutely huge, and the tail was bright, bright orange.

"I have looked online at The Sky at Night website and I can't see any meteors or comets in our vicinity. It wasn't an aeroplane, because it was going down; I think it went over the fields in Box.

"I event tweeted Dara Ó Briain, but he didn't reply.

"I honestly don't know what it was but it was definitely a strange phenomena in the sky that was travelling quite fast at a really strange angle.

"A lot of other people saw it, everyone's talking about it. I thought we're going to have the government round with the men in black to wipe our minds. They're all saying Rudloe is the new Roswell."

Wichita's mystery in the sky

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Kansas - Jeff Templin is a amateur photographer. He says he's seen it all until now. While taking pictures of wildlife back in February, something caught his eye. He said it looked like an unusual contrail.

"Right over the city, clear as a bell," said Templin. "Anyone that was looking up would have seen it. You don't usually see military or even civilian aircraft's jets that leave contrails making those kind of severe departures off of the given route."

Templin says the aircraft made several; severe 180 degree turns in the sky in the shape of an "S", even more unusual.

"Absolutely silent, no sound," he said.

So he snapped a few photos and took it home.

"When I put it on my computer and processed them, I was surprised to see this triangular shape that is not like anything you typically see," he said.

Templin says he's a big fan of air planes, so there was no doubt what he saw wasn't....we'll you know.

"It was one of ours or at least man made for sure, so unidentified yes, but alien, no," he said.

We reached out to several aviation experts, including McConnell. The base told us they were unable to identify the aircraft. They did say it could be a B-2 Bomber, but couldn't confirm it. And if it was, it wasn't one of theirs.

There are several theories out there on the internet of what the object could be, but for now the aircraft in the sky remains a mystery.

Is this a jellyfishnado? Possible jellyfish remains found after Smithfield "mini tornado"

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This mysterious blob of slime is believed to be a jellyfish left in the wake of a "mini tornado", which struck Smithfield on Saturday.
Mysterious blobs of slime have been found in a park on a quiet, suburban Cairns street and even experts are baffled.

The blobs resemble jellyfish but a scientist couldn't confirm their identity from photos taken by a shocked Smithfield man.

On Saturday, Peter Burgess was sitting on his back veranda watching the rain when conditions intensified and what he described as a "mini tornado" struck.

"Suddenly it was extremely windy to the point where I was frightened and ran inside," he said.

"It was exactly what I'd experienced in Sydney (in December 2005) and what was reported after ex-tropical cyclone Oswald, which created mini tornadoes sporadically down the coast.

"There were incredibly strong winds and a noise like a jet engine."

Malaysia Airlines MH370: Submarine fails to find trace of missing plane on second dive

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The Bluefin-21 failed to find any object of interest in its first mission.
The Bluefin-21 submarine has been deployed on its second mission in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, after data from its first dive failed to find any trace of the plane.

The autonomous underwater vehicle was sent on its second underwater journey on Tuesday night, leaving from the Australian vessel Ocean Shield.

The Joint Agency Coordination Centre said data from Bluefin-21's first mission had not captured any debris or other objects of interest.

The unmanned submarine's first mission had to be cut short after it exceeded its depth limit of 4,500 metres and an inbuilt safety feature brought it back to the surface.

Comment: MH370 appears to have disappeared without a trace. Unfortunately, SOTT doesn't share Mr. Mearns's confidence that wreckage will be found.


Woman captures image of UFO over Wallis, Wales

A young mother has told how she saw a mysterious silver object hovering in the sky above her house this morning.

Elyse O'Neill, 26, took these photographs on her smart phone after spotting what she described as a car-sized, silvery object above her back garden in Wallis, Pembrokeshire, early today.

The mother-of-one said she watched as the UFO split into two, reconnected, and then flew off.

The UFO that Miss O'Neill saw outside her house
She said: 'I was standing in the garden at 6.45am smoking a cigarette when this thing shot across from the moor over on the right, and stopped right in front of me.

'It was so bizarre, it took my breath away.

'I ran inside to get my phone. There wasn't enough battery left to film it, but there was enough to take pictures, so I started snapping away.

'It was hovering, spinning like a top, and as I watched it, it split up vertically into two pieces.'

The myth and mystery behind Australia's bush monster the Yowie

It's considered Australia's answer to the Loch Ness monster, with everyone from famous politicians to entire families having claimed to see the Yowie.

Now Yowie hunter Rex Gilroy believes he has found evidence that proves North America's Bigfoot is a distant relative of the Australian bush monster.

The Blue Mountains resident and author of several books on the subject says he has identified four different species of the Yowie, which are a sub species of Homo erectus.

Mysterious black ring in the sky is captured by girl, 16, on her iPhone above Leamington Spa in UK

Georgina Heap, 16, took the photograph on her iPhone on Friday evening. The ring was seen in the sky above Leamington Spa, near Warwick castle
* Circle remained in Warwickshire sky for three minutes and then vanished

* Georgina Heap, who took photo, said it is 'weirdest' thing she's ever seen

* UFO expert said he believed the circle could be a swarm of insects

* No fire in the area on Friday evening and no meteorological reason given

Weather experts have been baffled by a black ring which appeared in the sky above Leamington Spa on Friday evening.

Schoolgirl Georgina Heap was playing tennis with her mother Jo Heap when she looked up at the sky near Warwick castle and saw a mysterious black ring.

She photographed the circle on her iPhone but so far, no one can explain the origin of the strange black mark.

Comment: See this Cassiopaea.org article from many years ago dealing with this subject.


Mythical El Chupacabra finally captured?

A Texas family claims they've captured the elusive "chupacabra," a mythical creature that supposedly attacks livestock.

According to legend, chupacabras suck the blood of cows and goats. Although there's never been real evidence the creature exists, sightings of chupacabras have been reported from Latin America to the southern U.S.

In the back woods of Ratcliffe, a small town in DeWitt County in South Texas, residents are certain they've found the mythical, despicable chupacabra, and this time, it's alive.
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Hundreds in Ubud, Bali see fireball, thought to be 'leak' during Nyepi Observances

Hundreds, if not thousands, of residents of the Bali arts community of Ubud experienced a supernatural phenomenon when a giant fireball moved across the community on Monday night, March 31, 2014.

Known locally as a "leak" - flying fire balls are thought to be the incarnation of black magic practitioners and reside in the psyche of all Balinese, many of who will retell of personal encounters with the leak phenomenon.

The leak that visited Bali on March 31 was estimated to be the size of a large chicken cage.

The fireball first appeared on Monday night at around 11:00 pm in a position atop the Bale Kulkul at Bale Banjar Taman Kelod, just east of the Puri Agung Palace in Ubud.