Was the Dover Demon an Alien Being?
I hope I'm not completely wasting your time, I take this sort of thing very seriously and scientifically and have the same ambitions your organization does. This event did not personally happen to me in any way, but before you flip to the next report, just bear with me for a moment and continue reading - I just simply have lived in the area of Dover and have heard a lot about the Dover Demon Case that occurred back in 1977, and vividly remember the description the witnesses gave and pictures they drew. I know this incident was not in any way a UFO case - but the bizarre entity seen that night seems to me to be remarkably consistent in behavior and appearance to the more recent case in Varginha, Brazil in 1996 which you of course have a case file on.
What I'm writing to you about is that I don't know if you're particularly aware of the Dover Demon case since it didn't involve any UFO's and considering how many reports you get, you could easily have overlooked or simply not known about the extreme similarities between the entities described in these 2 incidents. I have no idea if there is any connection to the same type of creature or even if it is if that helps you in any way.
But just, just in case somehow this could be a remarkable similarity in the sighting of an entity which might help you to come up with a theory of a type of classification or species of alien which could lend credibility to other sightings of very similarly described entities in the future, I wanted to make sure you're aware of it.
It's a well known case more in the cryptozoology area than UFO research, but I always believed it to have been an alien and not an earthly inhabitant. You can find plenty of information on it and I know the people who originally witnessed it, though their names are available all over the internet as well, and I didn't speak to them before writing this so I won't give their names here, but like I said, easily found if you don't already have a case file on it.
Alright, enough wasting your time. As said, just wanted to ensure SOMEONE at your network is aware of the striking coincidence between the description of these 2 creatures, or their description as I've been told/seen drawings from witnesses of, just in case it helps you in some way. - MUFON CMS
No Confirmed Landing of Meteor / Fireball
AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 10 (UPI) -- Residents of San Antonio saw a bright green light streak across the sky Saturday night, making it the possible site of a meteor.
Data compiled from NASA's camera images shows it is at least four feet wide and weighs 4,000 pounds and appeared five times brighter than the full moon.
"This was definitely what we call a fireball, which by definition is a meteor brighter than the planet Venus," Dr. Bill Cooke, lead for NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office, told reporters. "This event was so bright that it was picked up on a NASA meteor camera in the mountains of New Mexico over 500 miles away, which makes it extremely unusual."
It does not know exactly where it came from but it could have broken off from the North Taurid meteor shower which is known for producing bright meteors
Is this Staffordshire pub haunted by a schoolgirl ghost?
The ghost of a schoolgirl has been captured on a mobile phone at the Four Crosses pub in Staffordshire.
Clairvoyant Christine Hamlett from Norwich in Cheshire took a picture of the child spectre and claims the child will not stop until her message is heard.
The 57-year-old took a number of pictures in the former coaching inn which was apparently a favourite haunt of the highwayman Dick Turpin. The ladies toilets are dubbed the playground for paranormal activity.
She also has a growing collection of child-ghost pictures taken on and near Cannock Chase while child-ghost sightings have been reported by an increasing number of walkers.
The Four Crosses, built in 1636, is well-known by locals for its ghoul guests.
It has been said that staff and visitors have been spooked by the sound of smashing glasses, mysterious footsteps and children crying. - ITV
'Lost Gospel' claims Jesus was married
Jesus married the prostitute Mary Magdalene and had children, according to a manuscript almost 1,500 years old unearthed at the British Library.
The so-called “Lost Gospel”, which has been translated from Aramaic, allegedly reveals the startling new allegations, according to The Sunday Times.
Professor Barrie Wilson and writer Simcha Jacobovic spent months translating the text, which they claim states Jesus had two children and the original Virgin Mary was Jesus’s wife and not his mother.
Many experts have downplayed the biblical figure’s historical importance but, according to the translators of the new gospel, she is of much greater significance than previously thought.
Mary Magdalene already features in the existing gospels and is present at many of the important moments recorded in Jesus’s life.
“The Lost Gospel” is not the first to claim that Jesus married Mary Magdalene.
Both Nikos Kazantzakis in his 1953 book “The Last Temptation of Christ” and, more recently, Dan Brown in “The Da Vinci Code” made the same allegation.
Further revelations from the book, including the names of Jesus's children, will be released on Wednesday.
The publisher, Pegasus, has confirmed the press conference will go ahead as planned. - Independent
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