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The Christmas Gift

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THE following is an account I received several years ago: Hello -- I have a weird story I’d like to present for your consideration. There is no explanation as to what occurred, though I personally believe the supernatural was at…

Strange holiday activity

THE following account was forwarded to me by a reader in 2010: Mr. Strickler -- I wanted to tell you about a few strange incidents I experienced several years ago during the holiday season. I am a collector of vintage…

A Story of Hope

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I RECEIVED the following narrative from a reader: The pictures I am sending you and the story I am sharing with you are mine. This horrible story happened to me and my family in November of 2005. My sister used…

10 Bizarre Christmas Characters from around the world

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Christmas is coming, and children are writing their letters to Father Christmas or Santa or Pere Noel depending on where the kids live. But no matter how odd it seems to receive gifts from a jolly fat man on a…

Scientists just discovered the mother lode of pterosaur eggs, and they are over the moon + Speaking of Science

“EXTRAORDINARY.” “Stellar.” “Truly awesome.” “A world-class find.” That’s how paleontologists are reacting to the discovery of several hundred ridiculously well-preserved pterosaur eggs in China, some of them still containing the remains of embryos. “My first thought was extreme jealousy,” said…

A mysterious stone, sncient seafaring mysteries, and Sir Isaac Newton

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EARLY human civilizations built stone temples in Malta over 5,000 years ago which today remain some of the oldest existing free-standing structures in the world. The enigmatic Tal-Qadi Stone was discovered in 1927 at Tal-Qadi, one such megalithic temple in…

Israel has built a robot army

AS Israel prepares for yet another war directly on its border , the truth about Israel’s vast military capabilities has been largely absent in the corporate media. However, if one were to be fortunate (or unfortunate) enough to be able…

The Mad Gasser of Mattoon

LATE summer 1944 saw the beginning of a roughly two-week span that would have the residents of Mattoon, Illinois, (pop. ~16,000) up in arms over the perceived threat of a strange man who was poisoning people in their homes. The…
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