Stonehenge isn't the only ancient construction of a circular pattern of stone. The question is not only 'who', but 'why'. Read about ancient circles around the world at BeforeItsNews.com.
Freaked out by clowns? So is Stephen King. A Reuters account of weird clown appearances as it appears on the Weird News page of HuffingtonPost.com!
An amateur photographer says he captured an image in the 9/11 tribute beams of light in New York that may be an angel? The story is at DailyStar.co.uk!
It's only 45 minutes from Frida's house to her friend's place in Carthage, Texas. When she showed up 90 minutes late, no one could explain what happened during the time that was 'lost'. It's a story on PhantomsAndMonsters.com that was originally heard on Coast to Coast AM.
1902, Tom had died in an accident at the locomotive factory in Philadelphia. But did he still show up for work the next day? A story reported in the Wilkes-Barre News as told at PhantomsAndMonsters.com!
Hamilton, Australia. 1969. A boy and his parish priest stood less than 100 feet away from something hanging 50 feet in the air that they say was 600 feet long and silent. Click WorldUFOPhotosAndNews.org.
Human DNA consists of molecules in a double-helix pattern. Was blood found on an artifact said to be the Cross of Calvary discovered to have a triple-helix DNA pattern? But there is no such thing. The story on RealUnexplainedMysteries.com asks the question, "Was Jesus an alien?"
It came alongside his truck as he drove along. He rolled down the window and touched it. The next day the place was crawling with government vehicles and now every August he gets sick. PhantomsAndMonsters.com has the story of that rainy night in Kansas.
A story at Mirror.co.uk of nine-foot-tall swimmers encountered by Russian Naval divers and that's just one example of 'USOs', unidentified submerged objects. A new book asks the question, "Is there a secret army of underwater UFOs plotting against us from under the sea?"
Too soon to say there's someone out there but an interesting signal from the constellation Hercules has scientists keeping an eye or more correctly an ear on the sky in the direction of star HD164595. Click on this link to CentauriDreams for the whole story!
"They were too big." A story on WorldUFOPhotosAndNews.org of a 1957 sci-fi movie about aliens and what the dad who took his son to see the movie had to say about the aliens he saw ten years earlier.
A transfusion of chicken blood made an Illinois boy turn into a chicken? The story first appeared in a newspaper account in 1884 but you can read it here at PhantomsAndMonsters.com!
Arthur C. Clarke said we are, "...like jungle savages listening for the throbbing of tom-toms." Is that why we can't communicate with our extraterrestrial neighbors? Or is there really no one home? Some world astronomers on the subject of 'Are we alone?' at TheDailyGalaxy.com.
Has the Russian navy declassified it's UFO documents? Read more at in5d.com.
In 1967 the US Air Force thought it was a Russian nuclear attack and missiles were poised to launch in retaliation. Then this happened. Read the whole story at Gizmodo.com.
It tore the door off the chicken coop. The footprints were made by something barefoot...in December. The story of the 'Abominable Chicken Man' originally reported by The Spokesman-Review as it appears at PhantomsAndMonsters.com.
It started when she was six. Some were nicer than others. Lisa Tenney says alien abductions are more normal than some people might think. Read the account at EducatingHumanity.com.
Does a realtor have to tell you that the previous owner thinks the house you're about to buy is haunted? Read the story at TheTorontoSun.