Just the Facts?: Marilyn's Secret Soviet Fling -- 'Jack the Ripper'...A Woman? -- 'Finding Bigfoot' In Sumatra
Marilyn...From Russia With Love
Marilyn Monroe was in contact with the Soviet Secret Service and even had an affair with a Russian spy, a documentary by a former KGB agent suggests. The film legend is meant to have visited the USSR secretly for some tender loving care – Soviet-style.
Premiered in Russia last year and currently heading west, Monroe in the Land of Dostoyevsky by Lyudmila Temnova implies that the Hollywood blonde had quite a story with a Soviet secret agent, MK daily reports.
The film tells the tale of Marilyn’s alleged secret visit to the Soviet capital in 1960, when the actress disappeared for nearly two weeks while shooting – ahem – Let’s Make Love.
Temnova’s movie features the sex symbol’s alleged Soviet friend, talking about their relationship. In the film, the man is known as Vladislav Egorov.
In the late 1950s and 1960s, “Egorov” was a Soviet Secret Service agent in the US. He claims to have met Monroe in 1959, at a Soviet Embassy reception dated to Nikita Khrushchev’s visit to the States.
In 1960, after Monroe had a jealous fight with her husband Arthur Miller, “Egorov” allegedly invited her to visit Moscow. He recounts how he met her at the airport and took her to a hotel overlooking the Kremlin, before escaping to the countryside.
“Those were two unforgettable days… But there was a certain tension between us, as both of us knew that although we were alone, we could still be seen and heard,” “Egorov” says.
Afterwards, Marilyn went back to the States. There is no proof that the story told in the film is true… But nonetheless, the intrigue remains. - RT
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The Death of UFO Archivist Mr. X
'Mr. X', a former UFO archivist
Video - Project Camelot interviews "Mr X", a former UFO archivist
"Mr X", as he has come to be known, came forward quite unexpectedly in December 2005, posting a message to Bill Ryan on the Serpo.org website contact page. His story was unusual and important. He claimed that, back in the 1980s, he was employed by a Californian defense contractor as an archivist. Working long hours in a locked vault, he opened large mail bags full of photos, videotapes, alien artifacts, and volumes of top secret eyes-only documents that told the story behind Roswell, alien visitation and the government's careful handling of what was documented evidence of reverse engineering of alien craft.
Softly spoken, polite and truthful to a fault in all appearances, Mr X was hard to ignore and impossible to disregard as anything but what he seemed to be: a hard working believer in the ET presence and courageous crusader on behalf of disclosure. He has chosen to put himself and his family on the line in coming forward. We salute him and applaud his valor.
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Mr. X was a military photograph archivist. His duties gave him the privilege of seeing some amazing pictures of UFO's and ET's.
He subsequently died not long after giving this interview.
British author claims serial killer 'Jack the Ripper' was a woman in new book
A British author caused a storm among historians after claiming that infamous serial killer "Jack the Ripper" was actually a woman.
John Morris, 62, claimed Lizzie Williams was behind five brutal murders in Whitechapel, east London, that shocked England in the late 1880s, the Birmingham Mail reported.
He claimed Williams - the wife of royal physician Sir John Williams, who himself was seen as a prime suspect by some - killed her victims because she could not have children.
His new book, Jack the Ripper: The Hand of a Woman was written alongside his late father. Both men searched through thousands of medical and legal documents before coming up with their culprit.
Morris said his theory was unpopular with other "Ripper" experts.
He told the newspaper, "The case for a woman murderer is overwhelming, but unfortunately it does not sit well in some quarters, where such a theory flies in the face of long-held beliefs. There's absolutely no doubt that the 'Ripper' was a woman. But because everyone believes that the murderer was a man, all the evidence that points to a woman has always been ignored."
"Jack the Ripper" killed five women over a 10-week period in 1888. All five - Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Catherine Eddowes, Elizabeth Stride and Mary Jane Kelly - were prostitutes who had their throats cut. Three also had their wombs removed.
Lizzie Williams died from cancer in 1912 and was never questioned over the murders. - couriermail
Swiss politician offered mother and child to cannibals
A 53-year-old Conservative Party politician goes on trial this week in Winterthur for placing an advertisement on behalf of his friend’s wife and daughter, claiming they wanted to be slaughtered and eaten.
Hans Ulrich R, a convicted murderer and Winterthur council employee, put out a “wanted” ad on the internet in 2010, supposedly on behalf of his friend Peter J’s wife, the 27-year-old Patricia J, and their 12-year-old daughter, newspaper Blick reported.
The ad said the pair were offering themselves up as sex slaves and looking for a “sadistic master or butcher who can educate us mindless creatures”.
It went on to say: “We are also keen to meet gentlemen interested in slaughter and dolce who would like to roast us on a spit."
He later told police that "dolce" in this context meant cannibalism.
A trained cheese maker, Hans Ulrich R, also known by the name “Marquis el Diablo”, co-founded the Embrachertal branch of the Conservative Party with his policeman friend Peter J. The pair had got to know each other at a gathering for sadomasochists.
Hans Ulrich told the police that he had posted the ad in the hope that someone would get the wife out of the way so that his friend, who was going through a traumatic divorce, could get custody of their children.
He was hoping Patricia would “be picked up by a butcher and never show up again”, and that she would play along with the sadomasochistic game that would ultimately result in her death.
According to Hans Ulrich, about 20 people responded to the ad, one saying that he had a special dungeon in his farm basement.
Another described himself as an "ideal and very experienced master butcher". Hans Ulrich responded, detailing the woman and girl’s supposed sexual repertoire.
“We are tired of the normal life. Will you pick us up?” Hans Ulrich wrote on the woman and child’s behalf. He sent through pictures of the woman and child, and posted their address.
Luckily for the would-be victims, the "master butcher" turned out to be an undercover policeman. He arrested the killer in October 2010.
Hans Ulrich had previously served ten years in prison for the murder in 1988 of a woman he found sleeping in her car. Having shot her several times, he dragged her into the woods and impaled her naked body on a tree branch.
Although reports found that he was unable to control his aggressive tendencies, he was nevertheless released and later secured a job with the Winterthur town council.
He now faces charges of plotting murder. The trial begins on Wednesday. - thelocal
Capsules filled with 'powdered human baby flesh' found by customs officials
The capsules were made in northeastern China from babies whose bodies were chopped into small pieces and dried on stoves before being turned into powder, the Korea Customs Service said.
Customs officials refused to say where the dead babies came from or who made the capsules, citing possible diplomatic friction with Beijing.
Chinese officials ordered an investigation into the production of drugs made from dead fetuses or newborns last year.
The customs office has discovered 35 smuggling attempts since August of about 17,450 capsules disguised as stamina boosters, and some people believe them to be a panacea for disease, the customs service said in a statement.
The capsules of human flesh, however, contained bacteria and other harmful ingredients.
The smugglers told customs officials they believed the capsules were ordinary stamina boosters and did not know the ingredients or manufacturing process.
Ethnic Koreans from northeastern China who now live in South Korea were intending to use the capsules themselves or share them with other Korean-Chinese, a customs official said. They were carried in luggage or sent by international mail.
The capsules were all confiscated but no one has been punished because the amount was deemed small and they weren't intended for sale, said the customs official, who requested anonymity, citing department rules.
China's State Food and Drug Administration and its Health Ministry did not immediately respond to questions faxed to them Monday. Chinese media identify northeastern China as the source of such products, especially Jilin province which abuts North Korea.
The Jilin food and drug safety agency is responsible for investigating the trade of such remains there. Calls to the agency and to the information office of Jilin's Communist Party were not answered Monday.
The South Korean customs agency began investigating after receiving a tip a year ago. No sicknesses have been reported from ingesting the capsules. - telegraph
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Adam Davies and Finding Bigfoot crew in search of Orang Pendek
Adam Davies is once again heading an expedition to Sumatra in search of the Orang-Pendek. This time Davies will be joining the crew of Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot. Here is a statement from Mr Davies ….
On 12th May, I will be departing for Sumatra again, looking for more evidence of the Orang-Pendek, for the 7th time! I will return to my home in Manchester on 3rd June.
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You can see previous information on my work on this wonderful creature in Edge Science Magazine issue 7, entitled ‘New Primate Species in Sumatra’. By way of a specific update on the last CFZ 2011 expedition which I led, the hair analysis, being conducted amongst others by Professors Bryan Sykes, Todd Disotell and by Lars Thomas, is still ongoing, and as yet no conclusions have been reached. I do remain grateful for the extensive analysis they are conducting. As ever the key objective from my point of view is to extract D.N.A. from these hairs.
This time, I will be part of the `Finding Bigfoot` crew. I am under contract for the show, so I am not allowed to reveal any details, but I can tell you that we will be conducting comprehensive field research, which involves a dedicated jungle excursion.
Here’s to the finding of more great scientific evidence in our quest- and hopefully making a really enjoyable film in the process! - cryptoreports