(Paul Seaburn) Are extraterrestrials watching the current president … or at least keeping an eye on his cherished Scottish golf course while he’s away? That’s one of the possible explanations for a report with a photo of four UFOs flying over the Trump Turnberry resort in Ayrshire, Scotland. There are plenty more, although not enough to make a tell-all UFO book … yet.
(Brett Tingley) The Denver International Airport has been the subject of conspiracy theories for years. The airport’s curiously-swastika-like design immediately drew attention when the airport’s plans were made public, and a slew of construction delays led some to believe that hidden structures were buried beneath the new airport – structures which do actually exist.
(Nick Redfern) Russia’s undeniable and outrageous meddling in things that are none of their business has a significant bearing on the UFO issue of yesteryear. With that in mind, I thought it would be timely to bring to your attention a few intriguing and eye-opening issues. Firstly, the pro-Russia stance of a certain famous UFO Contactee.
(Paul Seaburn) The FBI and the Blackhawk helicopters are gone and the employees of the Sunspot Solar Observatory on Sacramento Peak in New Mexico are slowly coming back after the facility was mysteriously evacuated and closed on September 6th without explanation, causing rumors and conspiracy theories of all sizes and flavors to flourish.
(Nick Redfern) Over the years and decades, there have been a number of “waves” and “flaps” of UFO activity. There was, of course, the huge surge of activity that began in June 1947, with the case of pilot Kenneth Arnold. In the wake of the Arnold incident, numerous reports of Flying Saucers dominated the U.S. media – and elsewhere too.
(Nick Redfern) In one of my recent articles here at Mysterious Universe – titled UFO Encounters, Saucers and Secrets – I highlighted the UFO connection to the U.K.’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), which is the U.K.’s equivalent of the United States’ National Security Agency (NSA).
(Nick Redfern) One of the most mystifying puzzles of relatively recent times is that of what has become known as “The Dogman.” The creature resembles a huge wolf – but with one big difference. This creature walks on its back legs. An upright wolf? Well, yes. Or, the closest thing to it. Inevitably, parallels between the Dogman and werewolves abound. Certainly, the leading expert in this field is Linda Godfrey, who has written a number of excellent books on the subject, including Real Wolfmen and The Michigan Dogman.
(Sequoyah Kennedy) We live inside a cosmic bubble. Far beyond Pluto, at the edge of the vast expanse of interstellar space between our solar system and all the others is a wall. It’s a thin wall, like the surface of a soap bubble, made up of compressed interstellar matter that is held their by the energy emanating from our sun.
(Paul Seaburn) Whenever something strange appears in the airspace over and around Area 51, it’s a cause for questioning, possible concern, potential alarm and occasional panic. What does one make of the appearance of two long-retired F-117 Nighthawk stealth jets, with their distinctive triangular shapes, making both day and night flights, including refueling, over the Nevada desert?
(Brett Tingley) A recent scientific study reveals that life may exist in places we haven’t even considered before, possibly opening new possibilities in our search for life outside of Earth. According to new research published in PLOS One, garnets found in Thailand may be evidence of unknown forms of microbial life which are capable of living inside of the gemstones themselves, possibly representing an entirely new habitat for life.
(Brett Tingley) A classic example of unexplained cattle mutilation has just hit Argentina, and veterinarians are at a loss to explain what could have caused the unfortunate animals’ injuries. According to Argentine newspaper Clarín, a rancher in the village of Colonia Durán woke up to discover seven of his cows horrifically mutilated without a trace of blood nearby. Even more horrifying, each of the seven was pregnant.
(Brett Tingley) Mysterious and unexplained booms continue to be heard in the skies over America. Last week, residents of historic Charleston, South Carolina, took to social media to express their confusion and fear over what some described as an earthquake or explosion heard and felt on Monday, July 23rd. Charleston native Jerry Sanders told ABC News 4 that the sound was powerful enough to rattle her home:
(Justin Deschamps) Are we seeing the disclosure of secret projects trickling through the media? Ufologists and researchers who study the secret space program assert we are. It’s called soft disclosure, as opposed to formal disclosure, involving an official of government providing evidence and confirmation that a cover-up of the UFO and extraterrestrial presence has indeed been occurring for decades.
(Brett Tingley) Earlier this month, eerily familiar unexplained booms were heard in eastern Tennessee. While mystery booms have become a fairly common but no less anomalous phenomenon over the last few years, the location of the booms was curious given the proximity to Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a frequent home of nuclear energy research. While the nearby research facility was passed over as a possible origin for the booms, the conflicting ‘official’ explanations which have surfaced only add further intrigue to this incident.
(Sequoyah Kennedy) One of the great ironies of science is how little we understand our own brains. There has been amazing progress in neuroscience in the last century, true, but the workings of big melon in charge remain rather mysterious. One such mystery is if that big melon is, in fact, in charge at all, whether it’s the less materialistic question of our brains as generators of consciousness or simply amplifiers, or simply what level of executive function our brains play as opposed to, say, our gut.