While not all of the former Congress members at the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure last week were convinced that we are being visited by aliens, they all did say they were impressed by the high level of credibility of some of the witnesses they heard from.
Extraordinary things are extraordinary because they don't come along every day let alone three in a week.
Most folks in town described Anita Perkins with peculiar detail. A few could talk about Anita for up to three hours without repeating a story, many co...
A retired pilot in Alliance, OH, reported watching four unusual objects that resembled "an orange-yellow fireball" flying in formation beginning about 9:23 p.m. on April 21, 2013.
It seems that the frequency of planets able to support life is roughly one percent. In other words, a billion or more such worlds exist in our galaxy alone. That's a lot of acreage, and it takes industrial-strength credulity to believe it's all bleakly barren.
There are many ideas about what disclosure really means, and whether it has already happened, or if it is even necessary. Of course, all of this would be moot if extraterrestrials decide to park a spaceship over the White House, and disclose themselves.
Disclosure is coming for the UFO world, or so we hope. As controversial as UFOs and aliens are, the last time Congress held a hearing addressing the extraterrestrial issue was in 1968. How can that be?
People who berate paranormal believers really ought to consider how emotionally affected are those who have had their own unexplained and frightening episodes. You might stop calling them silly and weak-minded. They are human and these are human experiences.
It's a disturbing question, and one that I seem to get more frequently than before. "Why are you looking for evidence of extraterrestrials? What's the point?"
Imagine a world where the Sun doesn't shine -- ever. A place where there are nights but no days, and where the term "year" has no meaning. On such an unlit world, you'll never see anything in the sky brighter than the puny sparkle of the stars.
You may not generally be a fan of found footage or fake documentary, but it's a style that's been harnessed by numerous different artists and the results are more varied than you might think.
If there's one thing we know about a Blumhouse film, it's that they are convinced the American family just isn't safe at home. In the case of Dark Skies, the entities bedeviling a married couple and their two young sons aren't restless spirits, but malevolent aliens.
While other teenagers were going to the mall and making out with one another, I was chatting it up with the witch at our local occult store about the best techniques for tarot card reading.
A Pennsylvania woman sued the seller of the home she purchased several years ago, for not disclosing its gruesome past. The home, which Janet Milliken purchased in 2007, was the location of a brutal murder-suicide in February of 2006.
Is there sufficient proof for immortality and the existence of the afterlife? No, not 100 percent. And for me, there will never be until I'm there. But that's okay.
If our Milky Way galaxy and the universe at large are indeed teeming with intelligent extraterrestrial (ET) civilizations, why haven't we seen any sign of them yet? In other words, where are they? This mystery has become known as the "Fermi paradox."