USAF Helicopter Confronts UFO in Canada
Norwich, Ontario, Canada - 7/2014: I going through a forest with my air soft gun. I began hearing children screaming, then laughing. I looked over towards the water of the lake nearby and noticed a black helicopter hovering in place. I took my binoculars. I looked at the helicopter and discovered an insignia from the United States Air Force. I thought "What? Why is there a US Air Force unit in Canadian Airspace?" and then I noticed a small orb about 20 ft. from the aircraft. I began hearing gunfire and dropped to the ground. A second orb caught my eye from behind the helicopter and more gunfire. When the orbs disappeared I ran from the forest and home. I haven't spoken to anyone of this incident and don't plan on it unless it is from MUFON.
New 'Ghostbusters' film in the works...with an all-female cast.
Looks like a new "Ghostbusters" film is coming back to life.
Paul Feig, director of the smash comedy hit "Bridesmaids" and co-creator of the cult, coming-of-age TV series "Freaks and Geeks" confirmed via Twitter today that he will be directing a new installment in the "Ghostbusters" franchise. The script will helmed by Katie Dippold, who wrote the screenplay for "The Heat" and previously wrote for "Parks and Recreation."
The announcement is big news, and follows recent comments made by "Ghostbusters" star Bill Murray that a new "Ghostbusters" film should star an all female cast. Murray told the Toronto Star his ideal casting suggestions would be Emma Stone, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, and Linda Cardellini. Other names rumored to be in the mix are "30 Rock's" Tina Fey, and "Parks and Recreation's" Amy Poehler.
A "Ghostbusters 3" film was in discussion for the past few years, with Dan Akroyd as the primary advocate. Ultimately the project fell through. Feig's "Ghostbusters" film won't serve as a sequel to the first two films, but instead will launch its own series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Release date for the film is still undetermined.
The original "Ghostbusters" premiered in 1984, and is one of the most influential and successful comedy films of all time. It has grossed over $229 million since its original release. - ABC7
Full-Body Apparition - Real...Fake...Set-up?
This was posted at Paranormal.About...too good to be true?
"My girlfriend recently showed me a picture that her mom showed her of her friend's game camera picture, from Oklahoma, of two deer and a little girl in a white nightgown in the woods in the middle of the night," says Kyle.
"It's kinda of strange and the little girl is clear as day. I really don't know what to make of it. If it's a ghost or an actual living girl, one of the deer is aware of the little girl, looking right at her, and the other deer looking at the camera. The little girl also seems aware of the camera. Thought I'd pass it on for more opinions." Read more at Little Girl Ghost with Deer
‘Ghost Stalkers’ star John E.L. Tenney: The devil is real
Many wonder what happens after we die but John E.L. Tenney, a paranormal investigator and co-host of Destination America’s “Ghost Stalkers,” which premieres on Oct. 19, says he knows.
FOX411: So you say you died and came back when you were 17, take us through that.
John E.L. Tenney: When I was 17 years old, I went into cardiac arrest. I actually flat lined and died for two minutes. When you get to the three minute mark, that’s when you really start to have problems because that’s when brain death sets in. Something happened to me when I stopped living in this world, and I came back with a memory and experience that’s not the typical near-death experience.
FOX411: What is the “typical” near-death experience?
Tenney: Most people… see a tunnel of light, loving relatives beckoning them to the other side. Mine was the opposite. It was a very dark and scary place. Those are very non-typical near-death experiences.
FOX411: Were you given a choice to come back?
Tenney: So I died and when I was dead I was given a choice to either stay dead, or to come back to this reality. I just remember opening my eyes and being in the hospital. I guess my mission in life is now to find out where I was when I died, and if something happens with the persistence of life, and if we all die we go to some stranger place.
FOX411: What is the scariest ghost encounter you have had?
Tenney: I’ve done this for 27 years. I don’t know if they’re ghosts, but I know they are not normal experiences that people have in this reality. I’ve seen people walking through walls. People rising…seeing people appear in front of you and then vanish away. On the show, you get see my co-star Chad [Linney] and I get to have these experiences. We go into buildings by ourselves. We do all our [camerawork] when we’re in there, and we sit in the dark where horrible things have happened and you get to not only look for ghosts but internalize the experience and go through that psychological process.
FOX411: You have gone to the Vatican to witness an exorcism. After seeing that, do you think the devil exists?
Tenney: It’s very hard to not believe it. Not very many people are asked to sit in on an exorcism, and I was friends with the arch diesis in Detroit, so I actually got to sit-in and when you experience someone who starts speaking in multiple languages, you watch their face change. There’s a lot that seems like a movie but you’re watching it real-time in person.
FOX411: But couldn’t that be a person who is mentally ill or suffering from another sort of affliction?
Tenney: Absolutely. The Vatican has a month long process of making sure that the person isn’t addicted to drugs, or has a mental disorder and they say this isn’t going to happen, this is going to happen and then one day you get a phone call that we have to do an exorcism.
FOX11: How about God?
Tenney: Yes, maybe. The nature of our universe is ever growing and changing, and whether you call it God or a single energy that energy can’t be destroyed, and it’s always here. We’re all a part of it. We interact with other humans and animals in ways that are not just physical. I think that science is bearing that out that there is something larger and greater than us that exists out there.
FOX411: Are you afraid of dying?
Tenney: No. My job for the past 27 years has been to investigate and research weird things, and I know that we all have a fear of death but in my line of work and what I do for a living, I’m really excited for the biggest mystery which is what comes after this. Whether or not you believe in ghosts we’re all going to find out they’re real or not at one time or another. - FoxNews
NOTE: I'm not a fan of 'ghost hunting' TV shows. This particular show, from what I've been able to determine, is going to offer their supposed scientific approach to the paranormal. I'm not buying into it and I plan to keep a very close eye on the production. I know my position may not be popular...but TV 'ghost hunting', for the sake of disturbing spiritual energy and tormenting other celestial beings, is something I am completely in opposition to. Lon
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