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New Jersey

The Queen Mary Opens Up Its Haunted Hotel Suite For An Overnight Ghostly Experience

The Queen Mary once labeled as one of the “Top 10 most haunted places on Earth” by <i>Time Magazine</i>, has launched its famously haunted Stateroom B340 for overnight guests starting this month. The first time I visited the ship I personally felt its ghostly vibe and was eager to explore areas previously …

Swimming Pools

Mystery BOOMS across US sparks secret underground WW3 preparation fears

Bizarre new footage has emerged from Cleveland, Ohio, US, that shows a CCTV recording of one of these mysterious occurrences.<p>Residents say they have …

Aliens may exist in ways we can’t even imagine

Mankind has been gazing into space for some time now, but scientists still haven’t found any evidence that intelligent life exists in our neck of the …

Paranormal

Can science fiction predict our economic future?

Self-driving cars, 3-D printers and robots are just a few inventions first hinted at in science fiction that later became a reality. That's one reason why companies are visiting the small town of Wetzlar, Germany. Wetzlar is home to what's called the Fantastic Library — a large public collection of …

Science Fiction

The Journal of Hispanic Ufology: Argentina: Strange Creature Slays Two Dogs in Santa Fe

<i><br>Source: PLANETA UFO and El Perfil (www.perfil.com/trends)<br>Date: 04.13.2018</i><p>Argentina: Strange Creature Slays Two Dogs in Santa FE<p>The creature's shape …

World’s First AI Mayoral Candidate Promises Fair and Balanced Politics

We’ve heard of robots and artificial intelligence taking human jobs, but I bet mayors didn’t really think their jobs would be threatened any time …

Artificial Intelligence

Friday the 13th Is Back. Here's Why It Scares Us.

Find out how the date got its unlucky reputation and how even nonbelievers may be influenced by our collective triskaidekaphobia.<p>The creepiest day of the month has returned: Friday the 13th.<p>In 2017, there were two ill-fated Fridays: the more mundane January 13 and the spookier October 13. This …

Chicago Booth

Biblical prophecy claims the Rapture is coming April 23, numerologist says

Is the Rapture finally here? One Christian numerologist says a biblical sign strongly suggests it.<p>David Meade tells the U.K.'s Daily Express newspaper that on April 23, the sun and moon will be in Virgo, as will Jupiter, which represents the Messiah.<p>For a certain branch of evangelical Christianity, …

Prophecy

Trumpet-like sounds recorded over Hawaii mountains lead to speculation it could be 'a sign of the second coming'

• <b>A strange trumpet sound erupted over the skies of Pahala, Hawaii on April 3</b>• <b><br>The noise made some people wonder if it was a signal of a coming …

An Ultra-Powerful Flare Erupted From Our Nearest Neighbor Star

Proxima Centauri momentarily lit up in the night sky, which could spell doom for its "habitable" planet.<p>Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the sun, recently burst forth with one of the most powerful flares ever seen for a star its size. The small red dwarf is generally invisible to the human …

Astronomy

Man Raised by Wolves Is Disappointed with Life Among Humans

Marcos Rodríguez Pantoja lived among wolves for 12 years in the mountains of Spain’s Cordoba province, before being discovered by the Civil Guard at …

Wildlife

‘I know a woman who keeps a coffin in the front room. Her boyfriend made it’

Ordained priest and horror fan Peter Laws on why humans are morbidly attracted to the creepy, kooky and downright repellent and need safe outlets to …

Sex and the City

It's Not a ‘Mind-Reading Machine,’ But a New Neuroprosthesis Gets Pretty Close

An experimental neuroprosthetic device monitors the brain waves of test subjects and identifies the sentences that they hear.<p>In recent days, …

The Brain

UFOs In Japanese Folklore And The Mystery of Utsuro-bune

by Andrew ArnettWith all the UFO related hubbub kicking up as a result of an article published last December by The New York Times regarding the …

Paranormal

Mind-Games At Area 51? 30 Years Later

In my recent article titled “A Case for Man-Made UFOs Or Not?” I mentioned Bob Lazar’s claims of working on recovered UFOs at a certain, secret base …

Man revived after being dead for 18 hours

The 53-year-old was resuscitated despite lying lifeless outside with no heartbeat for the better part of a day. The man, whose name has not been …

‘I saw a UFO’ Buzz Aldrin PASSES lie detector test revealing truth about aliens

The space travellers’ accounts of strange space sightings were examined under laboratory conditions.<p>All four astronauts taking part passed the test, …

War

Reward Offered for Return of Stolen 'Alien' Gravestone in Aurora, Texas

Texas

Theia, the unknown planetary object devoured to form the Earth and Moon as known today

Some 4.6 billion years ago, the solar system was completely different. It was chaotic and volatile. Many of the planets that we know today were still …

Astronomy

Hundreds — Perhaps Thousands — of Black Holes Occupy the Center of the Milky Way

Data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory suggests clusters of stellar-mass black holes surround Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the …

Black Holes

Woman's Bones Vanish Before Doctors' Eyes

The woman's symptoms were puzzling: The pain in her arm and shoulder wouldn't go away, and doctors couldn't figure out what was causing it. Then, the …

Medicine

A SQUISH out of water! Stunned beach-goer films freaky sea BLOB writhing and appearing to breathe after it's washed ashore in Thailand

• <b>A bizarre sea creature baffled onlookers after it washed up on a remote beach</b>• <b><br>The five-inch long rubber-looking specimen was seen on Koh Lanta,</b> …

Invisibilia: Do the Patterns in Your Past Predict Your Future?

<i>Welcome to Invisibilia Season 4! The NPR program and podcast explores the invisible forces that shape human behavior, and we here at Shots are joining in to probe the science of why we act the way we do. In Episode 4, they're asking: are we destined to repeat our patterns or do we generally stray</i> …

Machine Learning

Bizarre Cases of Inter-Dimensional Doorway Devices and Time Machines

In modern times we have been learning about our universe and developing our technology at a staggering pace, to the point that science fiction has …

MIT Just Cut Ties with Nectome, the '100-Percent-Fatal' Brain-Preserving Company

MIT announced today (April 2) that it has severed a subcontract with Nectome, a company that says it will preserve the brains of dying people in …

Neuroscience

The F.B.I. and the Mystery of the Mummy’s Head

In 1915, a team of American archaeologists excavating the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Deir el-Bersha blasted into a hidden tomb. Inside the cramped limestone chamber, they were greeted by a gruesome sight: a mummy’s severed head perched on a cedar coffin.<p>The room, which the researchers labeled …

Archaeology

Rise of the DIY Death Machines

In 1996, Philip Nitschke used a computer to facilitate the first legal euthanasia in history. Today, he is teaching elderly people how to buy Bitcoin, use encrypted messaging, and navigate the dark web to end their lives on their own terms.<p><b>Editor's Note: If you are struggling with a mental health</b> …

Data Protection