Weird news stories
Is there life on Mars? Despite the controversy surrounding Mars meteorites that some scientists think contain fossils of ancient Martian bacteria-like life forms, there is no conclusive evidence that life currently or ever existed on Mars. That, however, does not rule out the possibility that there was once life on Mars. Although there is no conclusive evidence, there are some tantalizing photos sent back from the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) and other probes that might raise some eyebrows.
Truth-seeking questions got asked by nine transformational leaders from around the world on a high-risk extreme adventure, complete with ayahuasca ceremony, through the heart of the Costa Rican jungle.
Near the village of Gulu, China, there’s a cliff that has a mysterious talent: It lays eggs. More precisely, beautifully round egg-like rocks stud its face, MetroUK reports. Eventually, over the course of about three decades, those rocks emerge until they drop from the cliff face to the ground—smooth and nearly spherical. No one knows what is responsible for this phenomenon.
The Stormhenge footage was captured during four different shoots at Carhenge, in the High Plains of Nebraska, between 2015-2017 by Harun Mehmedinovic and Gavin Heffernan as part of SkyGlow Project, their ongoing quest to raise awareness about the damage and dangers of light pollution. Article contain a link to watch the entire video.
A North Carolina-based wife and mother has home-brewed a spray that she claims can attract any Bigfoot within a mile and a half.
A model ‘inspired by Cleopatra’ ended up in prison after posting naked at various ancient temples. Marisa Papen travelled to Egypt to take part in the secret photoshoot, without permission from authorities.
The mysterious Giants of Mont’e Prama, or Colossi as some call them, are sculptures nearly 2.5 meters in height believed to have been created by the Nuragic civilization, an ancient culture that inhabited the island of Sardinia between the XVIII and II century AD.
A southern Indiana farmer created a corn maze with a network of trails outlining the face of “Star Wars” character Princess Leia to pay fitting tribute to the late Carrie Fisher.
When Mexico City civilians heard the sirens of the city’s alert system go off, many opted to congregate on the streets, as advised by the authorities. There they managed to observe a very unusual phenomenon: Blue, white and green flashes on the fairly overcast sky. Witnesses were quick to share the bizarre spectacle through Twitter. Article contains a link to watch related video.
With so many Mayan artifacts seemingly depicting what we today would describe as extraterrestrials or aliens, it gets harder to dismiss them as hoaxes or misinterpretations of Mayan drawings and carvings of conventional objects, animals or people. Word is spreading about a discovery of jade stones in a Mexican cave carved with so many realistic engravings of what look like aliens and spaceships that they’re being called “Stones of the First Encounter.” Are they?
A 7 year old schoolgirl from Yorkshire, England, could become the stuff of legend after pulling a 4 foot long Medieval-looking sword from the same Cornish lake where King Arthur’s Excalibur was famously thrown.
A professional lifestyle coach is hoping to bring a new religion to Nova Scotia that’s focused on a South American psychedelic spiritual ceremony that includes drinking Ayahuasca.
There’s a $100,000 prize waiting for you if you can read minds, heal people at a distance, see the future, or talk to the dead. As long as you can prove it, that is. According to this skeptic, most people claiming psychic powers baulk at proving themselves.
While we think we know what a near death experience is, in reality it is somewhat of a slippery concept. At its very loosest, we might say that it is when someone near death – sometimes physically, but also sometimes when they are simply under the impression they are about to die – experiences at least one of a number of identified ‘NDE’ elements. Where do we draw the line on which are the important elements, and how many of them are really needed to make it a genuine NDE?
The Paiutes, a Native American tribe indigenous to parts of Nevada, have an oral tradition about a violent race of red-haired, white giants or ‘barbarians’ that their ancestors referred to as the “Si-Te-Cah” or Saiduka. The story was written down in a book in 1882 by Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins, daughter of a Paiute Indian chief. There is some debate as to the veracity of the claims made regarding the Lovelock Giants. During initial cave excavations, there were reports of mummified remains being found of two red-haired giants up to 8 feet tall. But as the article explains, however, only a giant mystery remains.
These eerie photos from Google Earth imagery have sparked dozens of conspiracy theories, with some saying they show ‘evidence’ of UFO landing sites, ancient lost cities, and even giant spiders.