This is how every good B movie begins: A mysterious fireball has fallen from the sky, and no one knows where it came from. Or where it went, for that matter.
NASA recently shared audio recorded on Mars by their InSight lander. According to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the recording was taken on March 6, 2019, and features marsquakes, wind, the movement of the lander’s robotic arm, and “friction from parts inside the seismometer.” The above video walks you through the recording, highlighting each sound.
Strange things are afoot in Austin, Texas. According to local news, earlier this month pianist Chad Lawson inadvertently captured possible evidence of a resident ghost at the city’s Paramount Theatre.
Now what exactly would a ghost want with a wheelchair? I suppose those of us still in the land of the living will have to wait for the answer to that question. In the meantime, strange headlines are dancing around this week about a possible spectral saboteur taking off with a wheelchair from a medical …
Tourists hanging out at China’s Three Gorges Dam Scenic Area last week got to see what many are now describing as a “river monster” swimming in the Yangtze River.
Two new Gallup polls suggest that one-third of people in the U.S. believe UFO sightings are of actual alien spacecraft, while two-thirds believe the government “knows more than it’s saying on UFOs.” The polls, conducted in June and August, arrive just in time for this month’s so-called Alienstock music festival. That’s what a good portion …
Speculation was buzzing in late August after New Zealand geneticist Neil Gemmell announced that he was about reveal new information regarding the possible nature of the Loch Ness Monster.