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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Daily 2 Cents: Canadian Maritimes Habituation Location -- Oklahoma USO / Nordic Aliens CE-3 -- Clark Air Base Hospital Haunted

Anomalies Increasing at Canadian Maritimes Habituation Location

My friend GM has forwarded new information about the location. Many odd orbs and light formations...including an interesting 'eye shine' incident that GM's dog took particular notice to. This is a continuing study area for us...though, we have yet been able to visit. That may change in the not-too-distant future. The 'Beyond The Edge' Radio team in knocking around the idea of conducting an 'on-site' investigation at the location. Stay tuned for further details. Lon


Abandoned Clark Air Base hospital haunted

The abandoned — and allegedly haunted — Clark Air Base hospital in Pampanga will be featured in an episode of National Geographic’s upcoming TV-documentary show “I Wouldn’t Go In There.”

“I Wouldn’t Go In There,” hosted by urban explorer-blogger Robert Joe, is a 10-episode series that will put the spotlight on 10 of the most reportedly haunted sites in Asia and shed light on the history and superstition that possibly gave the places its eerie reputation.

"The Clark Air Base hospital, which served as the air base from early 1900s until 1991 and is now currently abandoned, was cited by Ghost Hunters International as one of the most haunted places in the world,” said Fox International Channel’s Philippine head Jude Turcuato. This, of course, merited the location to be featured in the National Geographic TV series.

“We chose this particular place because this has the most number of supporting details and testimonials proving it is truly haunted,” Turcuato said.

Other places to be featured in “I Wouldn’t Go In There” include the Kadena Air Base in Japan and the Jingmei Detention Center in Taiwan.

But the series won’t be an all-out scare fest ala the Halloween specials of ABS-CBN’s “Magandang Gabi Bayan” during the 90s. Rather than highlight the reported supernatural sightings in the featured locations, the show focuses on the places’ history to explain why the locals consider them haunted, Turcuato explained.

Members of the entertainment press experienced the “haunted” Clark Air Base in Pampanga firsthand during an advance screening of the Philippine episode of “I Wouldn’t Go In There” on Friday, August 13.

Here are photos of the Clark Air Base during the screening and see for yourself why it is worthy of a National Geographic feature. - PhilStar

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Oklahoma USO / Nordic Aliens CE-3

August 24, 2013 - Edmond, Oklahoma, night: This past weekend I was spending some time out by Lake Arcadia. The fraternity that I am a member of (which is part of a near by University) just finished having our back to school get together with some of our members. The location of the site was right by the shore of the lake.

It was about one oclock in the morning and I was the last one there and had been by myself for around thirty minutes. It was my responsibility that night to let no one drive back home while intoxicated and make sure the camp site was in good shape when we were done. As a result of my duties that night I was completely sober and had not been drinking or using any drugs.

Right after I loaded the last bag of trash in the back of my truck I had this strange urge to look at the lake. The best way to describe that feeling was as if I had been day dreaming. There was nothing unusual going on out on then all of the sudden there was a bright glowing light under the water. At this particular distance I could tell exactly how large the circle was but it was big.

The shape was circular and had a light green/yellowish glow with occasional pulsating reed and blue lights. I starred at it dumbfounded as it was moving slowly under the water from one side of the lake to the opposite side. The object moved from one side and back to the other two or three times for about five minutes then it stopped almost near the center of the lake. The object glowed brighter and brighter than shot straight out of the water and into the sky.

After that I turned around and ran as fast as I could to my truck. Once I got to my truck I stopped and fumbled around in my pockets for a couple of seconds looking for my keys and seemingly out of no where a bright light appeared above and slightly behind me.

I turned around to see what was behind me and there was was this giant ship. It wasnt a saucer shaped one that everyone talks about but it had more of a cake shape. It hadn't landed but just hovered around twenty to thirty feet off the ground for a couple of seconds. Then shot back up into the sky.

I turned back to my truck door and tried to unlock it when I caught something at the corner of my eye. I jumped back against the side of my truck and about 15 feet away stood three people staring at me that had not been there prior to this incident. There were two very attractive woman and one very tall man that was at least ten feet high. All of them had blonde hair that was almost white and blue eyes.

They did not say anything to me directly but I heard one of the the woman's voice in my head. I know your probably thinking that I am crazy but it did happen. She said, "(my name) please do not be afraid. You have an important role to play if you would like to help us." I said out loud in a shaky voice "okay but I dont know how?" Then the woman said, "dont worry you will know in time." Right after she said that everything went black.

Eventually I woke up around two thirty. Laying about thirty feet away from my last remembered position at the side of my truck. - MUFON CMS

Thanks to Albert Rosales!

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Haunted Bromley: Ghosts in Chislehurst Caves

Chislehurst Caves, on Old Hill, has long been rumoured to be haunted by a selection of ghosts, writes Neil Arnold in Haunted Bromley

These range from a woman drowned many years ago in a pool situated deep in the tunnels, to a cavalier, a horse, a woman pushing a pram, a Druid, a spectral imp, and a black dog.

Most of these ghostly tales are unfounded, despite the history of these passageways, which run some twenty or so miles beneath the ground.

More than 15,000 people were stationed in these caves during the Blitz and yet no-one died there, but just like the ghosts of Pluckley, near Ashford, these alleged spooks have become embedded into the fabric of the place and make for perfect stories by the glow of a lantern.

A few decades ago people attempted the Chislehurst Challenge and agreed to spend the night in the pitch black caves, and yet only one man made it through the night, a police officer who claimed that he was in the presence of some unseen entity.

The village of Chislehurst should have ghosts when one considers its Anglo-Saxon origins, and it's no surprise that there are a few haunted pubs dotted about.

The Queens Head in the High Street doesn't look haunted because it has modern furnishings but legend states that many years ago a former customer drowned in the pond nearby when he was turned away by the new landlord at the time for not paying for his drinks.

The Bickley, situated close to the Caves, has long been thought to have been haunted by a woman in white.

In the early '80s the local newspapers had a field day with the rumoured apparition, which according to one report was said to have been the same woman known to haunt the Caves.

The spectre was held responsible for the cold spots within the property and the shadowy figures seen at the corner of the eye.

Room No 2 was said to have been the most haunted part of the pub, which now serves as a restaurant.

But the pub isn't ass haunted as Scadbury Manor, once home to the Walsingham family.

The sound of horses hooves have been heard clattering on a road which no longer exists but despite several ghostly investigations taking place in the grounds, no spirits have reared their misty heads. - This Is Local London

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