The Men in Black remained a key element in the writings of American researcher John Keel throughout the years. Could some of their appearances have a down-to-earth explanation?
What does the “Pentacle Memorandum,” a U.S. government document discovered by researcher Jacques Vallee in 1967, really say about government involvement with UFOs?
The story of Army Captain Lawrence Coyne and three other servicemen who encountered a UFO in 1973 remains among the most notable UFO incidents in history.
What must be among the very strangest of claims associated with the various contactees from over the years involves the story of Valiant Thor, a purported Venusian visitor that came to Earth.
More than a decade later, no simple explanation exists for what was observed by a crew staff at O’Hare International Airport in 2006.
Reports of the Tasmanian tiger, a creature believed to have gone extinct in the 1930s, continue in parts of Tasmania according to newly released documents.
An anomalous abundance of platinum discovered at an archaeological site in South Africa offers support in favor of the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis.
In a noteworthy, but widely overlooked official statement, the U.S. Navy appears to have acknowledged that it cannot identify objects seen in a series of controversial videos.
An ancient lost continent was recently discovered by geologists using mapping software to chart the ancient Mediterranean.
A CIA document from 1952 details a very unusual sighting of a pair of “fiery” objects seen over uranium mines in the southern part of the Belgian Congo.
Scientists out of New Zealand have finally announced the results of an exhaustive DNA study which may point to a novel theory about the legendary Loch Ness Monster.
James Clerk Maxwell’s revolutionary equations recently aided a team of researchers in the discovery of an all-new variety of light wave.
The Topper Site, an ancient chert quarry in Allendale County, SC, could be helping to rewrite North American history.
A meteor impact near a US base in Greenland has caused a flurry of attention after scientists reported the incident earlier this week, although it remains unacknowledged by the USAF.
The sun reportedly “disappeared” for a number of hours in remote Siberia recently, in an incident similar to odd “blood rains” recorded throughout history.
The latest revelations on the JFK assassination weren’t groundbreaking… but a few weird things did turn up.