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Was Bigfoot captured on video south of Pocatello?

A still shot of the figure in the video. The footage was provided by the videographer.
An online video of an alleged Bigfoot sighting in Southeast Idaho has been creating quite a stir over the past few days.

The 2-minute, 24-second video, entitled "Possible bigfoot in Idaho!! Flying the drone around and ran across this," was posted on YouTube on June 2.

The duration of the video consists of drone footage over a clearing near the Hawkins Reservoir west of Downey in Southeast Idaho. The reservoir is located approximately 35 miles south of Pocatello.

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Leading bigfoot researcher explains why a woman is more likely to find Sasquatch

Melissa Hovey-Larsen, president of the American Bigfoot Society and one of the few female cryptozoologist researchers, on dealing with Internet trolls and maintaining a healthy dose of scepticism in all aspects of life.
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When it comes to Bigfoot, there are more than just believers and skeptics. The world of cryptozoology (the study for creatures whose existence is unconfirmed by science) is a highly political one, full of different factions and more than a little in-fighting. For instance, there is the no-kill vs. kill debate between hunter types out to bag a Sasquatch specimen and those who think we should let the creatures live in peace. There's also the conflict between those out to place Bigfoot in the realm of the paranormal and those who see the animal as one of our biosphere's many undiscovered species.

Melissa Hovey-Larsen, President of the American Bigfoot Society, was one of only a handful of woman researchers when she entered the field in 2005. She has since become one of its most respected voices, guiding expeditions all over the country, appearing on TV shows like MonsterQuest, and hosting her own radio show. For her part, Hovey-Larsen is decidedly in the non-kill and "flesh and blood" (not paranormal) camp in the raging Bigfoot debates.

We spoke to her about dealing with Internet trolls, maintaining a healthy dose of skepticism in all aspects of life, and why a woman may be more likely to get closer to a Bigfoot.

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Journalist who investigated "Enfield poltergeist" reveals his terrifying experience

Interest in the infamous "Enfield Poltergeist" case abounds, as audiences prepare for the Friday release of "The Conjuring 2″ — a supernatural thriller that is based on a British family's real-life claims in the late 1970s that they were terrorized by a malevolent spirit.

But just how verifiable is the story behind the Hollywood flick? As The Blaze has reported, there's been a fair bit if debate over the veracity of the Hodgsons' claims, but British journalist Michael Hellicar told The Church Boys this week about his terrifying experience investigating happenings in the Hodgson family home during the late 1970s — one that he said was filled with events that were beyond explanation.

It was in 1977 that Hellicar — then a chief reporter for the Daily Mirror — was sent to the Hodgson home to verify some of the strange happenings that another reporter and photographer from the paper purportedly observed.

"I was the paper's chief writer at the time, so I was sent along really to verify everything that they reported back just to see if there was any way that they were being fooled," recalled Hellicar, who is now a reporter with the Daily Mail.


Eerie diamond UFO filmed over Melbourne, Australia

The diamond-shaped craft baffled those who filmed it above Melbourne
Flitting behind trees before disappearing completely behind a wall, the craft was filmed over a busy road

This footage shows the diamond-shaped UFO which spooked a mum and daughter in the sky over a busy road.

Appearing to show an unidentified craft, the footage, taken in Melbourne, Australia, has been shared online.

Taken on Tuesday, the mum and daughter were driving when they saw the diamond in the sky.

According to SecureTeam10, UFO experts who analyse the footage and share their findings online, the filmmakers said the craft "didn't look like anything manmade".


Diamond-shaped UFO filmed from plane over Texas is eerily similar to infamous 1980 sighting

© Youtube/secureteam10
Orb seen from plane window (picture has been edited to show shape without light)
The video has caused a stir among 'experts' who have drawn similarities between it and a notorious UFO sighting in 1980 that had been shrouded in secrecy

This "amazing" footage shows a diamond-shaped UFO which was spotted from inside a plane, as it flew 43,000ft above Texas in the USA.

The video has caused a stir among 'experts' who have drawn similarities between it and a notorious UFO sighting in 1980 that had been shrouded in secrecy.

This new clip was recorded by a man, identified only as Steve, who works as a director of aircraft maintenance for a corporate jet fleet in the USA.

He sent the footage to SecureTeam10, a group of UFO experts, who analyse the footage and share their findings online.


'Flying saucer' filmed by surprised driver on Highway 46 in Florida

© Via YouTube/Finding UFO
Footage uploaded to YouTube purportedly shows a black triangle UFO filmed recently by a Florida driver.

The footage (see YouTube below) has sparked a controversy after UFO experts linked the bizarre sighting to the famous 1997 Phoenix Lights incident.

But, while some UFO enthusiasts believe the footage could prove once-and-for-all the existence of extraterrestrial visitors to Earth, others believe it proves decades-old rumors that Pentagon is running a black project to reverse-engineer alien spacecraft technology recovered from several UFO crash sites across the country, including the alleged 1947 UFO crash site near a ranch in Roswell, New Mexico, and the alleged December 1965 UFO crash site near the village of Kecksburg in Pennsylvania.

However, skeptics have dismissed the sighting, saying that the triangular formation of lights shown in the footage could be reflections.

The video, uploaded to YouTube on May 21, by YouTube UFO hunter FindingUFO, is going viral online, with UFO enthusiasts saying it could be the best evidence yet of the fleet of UFOs, believed to be triangle-shaped UFOs, that reportedly caused the 1997 Phoenix Lights incident.

The unnamed witness was reportedly driving at night on Highway 46 in Florida, on May 7, when he filmed the amazing UFO.

Comment: More clues revealed on 1997 Phoenix lights UFO


Mysterious giant black triangular-shaped craft filmed moving quickly over moon's surface

© TUFORC/secureteam 10
Creepy 'miles-long' triangle floats across the moon's surface
Is this dark triangular object really a UFO?

The footage, uploaded by the Texas Unidentified Flying Object Research Center (TUFORC), contains six seconds of "telescopic video imaging" of the moon.

During it an object appears to move quickly down its surface.

Later in the video it says the triangle "craft" was evident in "multiple" frames.

Well-known alien hunter Tyler Glockner uploaded it to his YouTube channel secureteam10 , saying the original footage of the "massive, miles-long" object was sent to him by a man called Steve.

Eye 2

Is there a secret government-alien base at Denver International Airport?

The demonic Blue Mustang horse which welcomes all on their way into Denver Airport

Comment: Yet another very interesting article to recently surface from a mainstream - if somewhat sensationalistic - website. If one considers that any of the darker more "conspiratorial" elements of the story are more true than not, then one must also look at the information presented below and consider what may be disinformation, and if so, for what purposes.

Conspiracy theorists have revisited allegations that there is a massive but secret underground alien-government base at the Denver International Airport (DIA). The base is allegedly designed to be used as a doomsday bunker for top government officials and their Reptilian alien mentors in the event of an apocalypse.

Conspiracy theory rumors that the DIA hides a massive alien-government underground base consisting of an extensive network of bunkers first surfaced in 1995. According to the rumors, the underground complex is a Continuity of Government (COG) facility that includes residential amenities for the Reptoid global elite.

The elite plan to use the facility when the global catastrophe designed to pave the way for the inauguration of the Reptilian-Illuminati New World Order occurs.

But the claims were considered rumors even in some conspiracy theory circles until Shepard Ambellas, an online conspiracy theorist who manages the right-wing conspiracy theory blog Intellihub, announced in an article published in June 2014 that a whistle-blower with insider's knowledge of the DIA complex had come forward to confirm rumors about a massive and extensive military facility located deep beneath the airport.

Comment: For an in-depth discussion of the highly strange Denver Airport, and the much larger context in which it must be seen, read the sprawling and profound Wave Series, available here and here.


Strange orange object seen in New Zealand's sky

© Screen Capture
A Kawerau woman says a "hard to miss" strange glowing object in the night sky has her baffled. (Watch video)

Rebecca Couchman was standing on her deck in Kawerau with her partner and a friend on Wednesday night when they all witnessed "a strange object in the sky that did not look normal".

"It was orange/red and moving across the sky. There was no sound at all. It was silent."

She said she did not believe it was a plane.

"We were standing out on the deck and it was hard to miss but right across the sky was an orange/red light moving fairly fast heading out towards Maketu way then all of a sudden it just disappeared.

"There was three of us and none of us have ever seen anything like it before.

Black Magic

Supermarket CCTV camera records poltergeist activity as 'possessed' woman screams in fit

The woman is originally wandering down the aisle with shopping in her arms
The woman is seen browsing the shelves before inexplicably falling to the floor, shaking and letting out a succession of screams

Surveillance cameras in a supermarket have captured the moment a woman drops to her knees and starts screaming amid claims she was possessed by a demon.

In the CCTV footage, a middle-aged woman, dressed in dark clothes, walks into shot carrying items in an aisle offering blankets, duvets and pillows. As she reaches the middle of the aisle, a package begins rocking on one of the shelves behind her and eventually falls to the floor. She turns around, notices the packet on the floor and puts it back on the shelf. But just as she does so, she suddenly drops her shopping.

The woman then starts moaning and turns around while shaking inexplicably.

Comment: Similar activity has been recorded before. This video was recorded in Malaysia in 2011. At the end of the video a strange shape appears reflected in the lower left door of the refrigerator and a display of toilet rolls falls without any apparent cause.