In Coyame, Mexico, 1974, in the State of Chihuahua, an unidentified flying object (UFO) collided with a small plane. Both the U.S. government and the...
Bigfoot Should be on Endangered Species List, New York County Legislators Hear
Claiming about 17 different alleged sightings of Bigfoot, one New York man told county legislators that the legendary creature should be placed on the endangered... Read more
Ancient Oregon Caves May Change Understanding of Human Habitation in Americas
A network of caves in rural Oregon, known as the Paisley caves, may contain archaeological evidence of the oldest definitively-dated human presence in North America,... Read more
Archaeologists Find Egyptian Mummy With Peculiar Skull Containing Brain Imprint
Archaeologists are trying to unravel a mystery surrounding the discovery of a 2,000-year-old Egyptian mummy whose skull contains imprints left by the brain, according to a... Read more
Visions of Dead Loved Ones Not Yet Known to Have Died
These cases go beyond premonition or a vague intuitive feeling—the people involved reported having a clear vision of a loved one and thus learning of... Read more
Siberian Exploding Holes Could Be Key to Bermuda Triangle: Scientists
From The Siberian Times: The craters—two in Yamal and one on the Taymyr peninsula—were revealed during the summer, leading to urgent analysis by scientists as... Read more
The Lost Treasure of the Beale Ciphers
More than a century ago, a small pamphlet was published titled “The Beale Papers,” which contained three cipher texts. The mysterious codes supposedly gave directions... Read more
First Robotic Drone Created in 350 BC?
In 350 B.C., mathematician and founding father of mechanics Archytas of Tarentum invented a wooden mechanical dove. “Archytas’ invention is often cited as the first... Read more
Over 50 Ancient Geoglyphs, Including Swastika, Discovered in Kazakhstan
Archaeologists are calling them the Nazca lines of Kazakhstan – more than 50 giant geoglyphs formed with earthen mounds and timber found stretched across the... Read more
The Indian Sage Who Developed Atomic Theory 2,600 Years Ago
John Dalton (1766 – 1844), an English chemist and physicist, is the man credited today with the development of atomic theory. However, a theory of... Read more
You Have a ‘GPS’ in Your Brain, Could It Help You Find Love? Your Lost Dog?
A Nobel Prize in medicine was awarded Monday for the discovery of “an inner GPS in the brain.” While this function of the brain affects... Read more
40,000-Year-Old Asian Cave Paintings Shock Archaeologists: Reconsidering History
WASHINGTON—Ancient cave drawings in Indonesia are as old as famous prehistoric art in Europe, according to a new study that shows our ancestors were drawing all over the world 40,000 years ago. And it... Read more
Screenwriter of ‘Gone With the Wind’ Reincarnated in the Midwest?
When Lee was 2 ½ years old, he started talking about his “other mommy.” When he was 3 ½, he started becoming upset because he... Read more
Ancient Egypt Illuminated by Electricity?
Today, we take for granted nightly city skylines, streetlights, and the overall power that drives our modern convenience. But, could the wise-men of ancient Egypt... Read more
Prominent Chemist Says Scientists Don’t Really Understand Evolution
Dr. James Tour understands microevolution, he has observed it often in the lab. But macroevolution—the evolution that, according to Darwinism, changed entire species, morphed organs, accomplished... Read more
How Psychologists Officially Handle Spiritual Matters: Are Believers Delusional?
Whether someone is crazy or not can be officially determined by a manual widely used to diagnose mental illness. This psychiatrists’ “Bible” has been the subject... Read more
Fuente Magna, the Controversial Rosetta Stone of the Americas
The Fuenta Magna is a large stone vessel, resembling a libation bowl, that was found in 1958 near Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. It features beautifully... Read more