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The NORAD Event and The Gallop Incident: Was There a Connection?

The following is a comparison between the San Luis Valley NORAD Event of January 12, 1994, and New Mexico’s Gallup Incident, January 12, 1983. Little-known outside of the Four-Corners region, both events may be two of the most important ufological events ever reported. The following is a comparison and analysis of the two events. One… Continue Reading

My 1997 Weekend With a Rockefeller

My 1997 Weekend With a Rockefeller

OK, I know, cheap trick—dog pile onto everyone’s favorite candidate for “anti-christ,” David Rockefeller—youngest grandson to John D. Rockefeller, who died yesterday at an impressive age of 101. No, he didn’t die from a fabled seventh heart transplant. 101 is a respectable age to not wake up one morning. We can only wonder at what ‘Kitty Kellie’-esque insider… Continue Reading

The San Luis Valley: Monitoring a “Hot-Spot”

By Christopher O’Brien Our strange planet features thousands of enigmatic locales that have a history of unexplained events, such as bizarre aerial activity, strange phantasmal creatures, sorcerer adepts and other inexplicable phenomena—all centered around specific locations. East, west, north or south, it doesn’t matter where you travel on this blue globe hanging in space, there… Continue Reading

The Baigong Pipes – Nature or Aliens?

Article Source Here We’re all familiar with the concept of modern technology having ancient Chinese analogues. But a 2002 discovery in remote Qinghai province is anachronistic enough to constitute an “OOPart”. Out-of-place-artifacts are so unusual, or found in such improbable contexts, that mainstream science has no plausible explanation for them. The crystal skulls of Mexico referenced in… Continue Reading

400 Year Old Swiss Watch Found in Chinese Tomb

Archaeologists in China are baffled after finding a tiny Swiss watch in a 400-year-old tomb. The watch ring was discovered as archaeologists were making a documentary with two journalists from Shangsi town. “When we tried to remove the soil wrapped around the coffin, a piece of rock suddenly dropped off and hit the ground with a metallic sound,”… Continue Reading