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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Daily 2 Cents: Dark Triangle Craft Over Nuclear Weapons Depot -- Crawling Ghost -- BC Resident Claims Sasquatch Hoaxing

Dark Triangle Craft Over Nuclear Weapons Depot

On November 25, 1982 (Thanksgiving Day) while on duty in Guard tower #5 at Kriegsfeld Army Depot in what was then West Germany I observed a very dark triangular shaped craft fly from the South West over the valley, over the town of Gerbach and directly over my watch tower flying in a northwest direction. I observed the craft for over ten minutes as I picked it out over the horizon to the southwest. It was a natural occurrence to see military aircraft on a normal basis during hours of daylight. I often observed A-10, F-4f, F-111 and OV-10 aircraft in the area and was quite familiar with all military aircraft of the era. It was a hobby for me to watch aircraft and could easily identify aircraft by sight and often just by the noise of their engines. This dark aircraft peaked my attention because it was flying very slowly and very straight. It was normal to see the aircraft that flew in that area to have some movement, however slight on all three axis of movement. This unknown craft flew as if it were on rails. Slow, steady with no appreciable movement outside of the northwest direction of travel until it actually flew above me. I would estimate that due to the height of my watch tower and the location of the Army depot on the highest hill in the area and perched at the edge of the hill where I could observe the valley that stretched out in front of me that I first saw the aircraft at least 15 km distant to me, possibly even further. It took at least 7 to 10 minutes for the craft to fly that distance until it was directly above me. As if flew directly over head, I stepped out onto the tower landing with M-16 in hand and looked straight up at this object. I could not identify it's manufacture as any aircraft I had ever seen. It made no noise of any type. I noticed a marked absence of noise of any kind at that moment. I later thought of it as a type of tunnel vision as I was concentrating so hard to identify the craft. The other notable event that no aircraft could do was as it flew directly over me. As it passed over the craft rotated 360 degrees nose down. It pointed directly at me during this 360 degree rotation. It ended up pointing in the same direction it had originally been pointing after this 306 degree nose down rotation. I must also note that the aircraft at no time lost it's forward momentum of travel while undergoing this maneuver. I had the overwhelming feeling that it was acknowledging my presence with this maneuver or was "checking me out" as it did it. The craft continued in the northeast direction and made a slight direction change to the north that would have taken it over another "non-nuclear" depot just up the road.

Because of my security clearance and status under the personal reliability program I just buried the incident and didn't report it to anyone. I can only presume the other Military Policemen in towers 2,3 and 4 either suppressed their sighting of the aircraft for the same reasons as I or they did not observe the craft because they were asleep. It was not uncommon for guards to sleep in the towers. The moral of the unit was very low and the duties there were tedious and at time quite harsh.

I had long forgotten the incident until watching a program on the History Channel when the sighting in Brussels was brought up.

I know aircraft very well and can easily identify types and makes visually. This was no aircraft known to me. It flew too perfectly. Had no noise of any kind and performed a 360 degree nose over roll without any lose to forward momentum or altitude. It has been many years but I am sure I could trace the flight path over a map of the area. The Army depot is still there. It has been converted into a windmill power station now. - MUFON CMS


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Lost in the British Desert


Ghosthunters ‘saw ghost crawling along road’

A team of ghosthunters are to return to a haunted Lothians mansion after claiming they spotted a spooky woman with a broken back crawling along a main road

Lanarkshire Paranormal investigators say they spotted the injured woman – dressed all in black - on her hands and knees as she made her way along a road in Cockenzie, East Lothian.

But after being helped to her feet the ghostly apparition stood up straight, thanked them for their help and then promptly disappeared.

The mysterious encounter came as the ghostbusters visited Cockenzie House, in East Lothian, earlier this year.

And the team have been so impressed with the ghostly goings on at the 17th century mansion they are returning for further investigations next month.

During their last visit, the ghosthunters also say they had other-worldly contact with a man who murdered his wife after his affair was uncovered, heard screams from a young girl and one member received a punch on the arm from an angry spirit named Edward.

In a recent report on the team’s last visit to the spooky home in June, Steff Murdoch-Richards, co-manager of the group, was reported to have gone to the aid of a woman who was crawling on all fours along the main road outside the mansion house.

The report states: “As he helped her up she was very cold and pale and, although she was crawling on the floor in heavy rain, her dress seemed dry and no signs of mud.

“She had no weight to her whatsoever and seemed perfectly fine once she was standing up.

“Within a few moments of walking away, he turned round and she was gone.”

In a video posted on the ghosthunting outfit’s web page, Steff adds: “I started thinking ‘why was she in that position?’

“She was crawling on the floor and it looked like her arms and quite possibly her back had been broken - but there was no sign of that when she stood up.

“And then, obviously, where did she go?”

The spooky encounter came on a night when the investigators had spent several hours in the historic house with guests and encountered a range of paranormal activities.

In the basement, the spirit of a man called Richard who had stabbed his wife Mary after being confronted about having an affair was picked up some members.

While during a séance held during the paranormal team’s visit in July, many people reported hearing a faint scream, while a ghostly presence going by the name of Edward began jabbing people in the ribs and punching one man’s arm.

Several people also reported sensing the presence of a young girl who had severely damaged her legs in a fall, while on the top floor of the property a number of different spirits were sensed.

The paranormal team is returning to Cockenzie House to further investigate the reported phenomena next month. - Edinburgh News


BC resident says he is responsible for staging all notable Sasquatch "sightings"

In the past 50 years there have been dozens of Sasquatch sightings throughout Canada's province of British Columbia - often sparking much debate as to whether these sighting are legitimate. Lyle Northcott of Nelson has recently come forward saying he has evidence that proves not only that Sasquatch is a hoax but that he is the one responsible for staging most of the "sightings."

"Making people believe in Sasquatch is easy, convincing them that I'm the guy behind the hoax is the hard part." - Lyle Northcott, professional hoaxer

In this documentary we visit Lyle in Nelson as he makes his case for being a hoax mastermind. We must warn you, what you're about to listen to is pretty convincing.



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