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Google Maps Anomalies: An Alien Face in Antarctica

Every day, anomaly hunters are busy at work scouring the deepest darkest depths of Google Earth to uncover the strangest of things. And what have they found, now? A gigantic “alien” face in Antarctica. YouTube channel Third Phase of Moon shared the anomaly back in August, sent to them by a viewer. What we find …

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A (New) Look At John Titor’s Predictions

As I wrote nearly eight years ago, “John Titor’s story was painted in the dulcet, midnight colors of Coast to Coast AM, driven by a community’s desire to believe, if just for a moment, that time travel was possible.” A lot has changed since John Titor first posted at the Time Travel Institute in 2000-2001, …

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A Look Back At ‘Storm Area 51’ (And A New Challenger Approaches)

A few months ago, it was all the rage: What began as an innocuous Facebook event, a joke, snowballed into a story of alien intrigue, government responses, and maybe one or two legal complaints along the way. ‘Storm Area 51’ became a kind of online phenomenon, its event page reaching over two million people, all …

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No Lizards Or Insects On Mars, Says NASA

NASA has reportedly denied the existence of “insect- and reptile-like creatures” living on Mars, according to Fox News. NASA’s denial was made in response to claims by Ohio University professor and entomologist William Romoser, who recently proposed the idea that many images taken from the Martian surface feature “insect-like and reptile-like forms…appearing to verify that …

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Classic EVP: A Ghostly Drowning at the Exchange Building

There was never anything quite as terrifying as sitting alone in the middle of the night and listening to EVP episodes of Art Bell’s Coast to Coast AM. I’ve probably mentioned this before, but EVP, or electronic voice phenomena, is one of my favorite topics of the paranormal — these alleged voices crossing over the …

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NASA Shares New Martian Audio Courtesy InSight Lander

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.