Wednesday, October 26, 2016
The “What on Earth” segment portrays Randall Cerveny, director of the meteorology department at Arizona State University, as having discovered the secret to the mysterious disappearances, sinkings and crashes that have occurred in the famous region east of the Bahamas. Or at least, he appears to think he has the answer, when in reality he has no interest in anything having to do with the Bermuda Triangle.
“The editing on this was horrendous,” Cerveny told The Washington Post. “I was really upset when I saw this.”
Lots of other people are seeing it now, too. After the segment aired in the United Kingdom, the U.K.-based Sun newspaper published an article online with this headline:
Scientists claim 170 mph ‘air bombs’ capable of downing planes and ships could unlock mystery of notorious stretch of sea
Then the New York Post picked it up:
Read More: The Washington Post
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Is this a witch? Mysterious shadow in black cloak spotted hovering around apartment building
The bizarre figure appears to float around on the top floor before levitating down on to a lower level in a unworldly manner.
A mysterious shadow spotting hovering around on an apartment block could be a 'witch', according to residents.
CCTV footage shows a cloaked figure apparently floating around the top floor of the residential building, occasionally disappearing out of view.
At one point, the ghostly shadow leaps from the top balcony onto a lower floor, but appears to be able to hover it mid-air and levitate back up again.
Eventually, the 'witch' makes the full jump to the first floor, where it appears lie in wait.
It is at this point the clip cuts off.
The video has appeared on the Cali is Cali Facebook page and has been viewed more than 300,000 times.
Sunday, October 2, 2016
RALEIGH --A television personality who claims to be a paranormal expert and looked for ghosts on the cable series "Paranormal State" is in jail amid theft charges.
Ryan Daniel Buell, 34, is facing two felony charges related to theft and stolen property. He's also facing a misdemeanor charge of theft of services. All charges are in Centre County, Pennsylvania, where Buell was last known to be living. Buell was arrested on Sept. 18 in Florence County, South Carolina, the state where he grew up.
Buell's role in "Paranormal State" involved looking for ghosts or trying to prove that life after death is real.
He has a sizable fan base across the country, but fans started getting frustrated with him after he canceled shows without providing refunds.
Buell had started a tour called "Conversations with the Dead Tour." Tickets were sold to shows in cities across the U.S. and Canada, but the shows got postponed and then canceled, leaving fans with no answers and looking for refunds.
Fans were out hundreds of dollars and wanted their money back. Many of them never got a dime back. Some were able to get refunds by disputing the charge with their credit card company.
Source: ABC 7
Sunday, September 25, 2016
Kimberley Pearce, 40, from North Carolina, was videoing Bella scampering around the house when she believes her beloved cocker spaniel Sadie, who had to be put down just one week earlier, returned to comfort her.
Mrs Pearce said: "It was only a few days after when I was showing the video to a friend that I saw her appear. I just knew it was her. That was my dog.
"You can see it's a white and caramel colour, and so was my little girl.
"The video had been taken around lunchtime and no cars go past my house to make a reflection, and no birds for a shadow or anything. We live quite far out in the country.
A BUTCHER claims to have photographed the ghost of a little girl wearing period dress and a bonnet while visiting a 900-year-old castle.
It wasn’t until he returned to his home in Lancashire that he noticed a ghostly figure in the background of the picture.
The image shows a figure in a white floor-length dress and a bonnet.
Mark has released it to see what others think.
He said: “It actually sent a shiver down my spine as I didn’t see it until I transferred it to my computer.
“I think it’s a ghost of a little girl of some kind, especially with what she is wearing. She has a dress and bonnet that I think is like what they would wear two or three hundred years ago.
“But there is no physical shape, no arms or face appears.