Monday, June 01, 2015
Daily 2 Cents: Hooded Figure Spooks Drivers in Australia -- Odd Anomaly / UFO Photographed -- Fisherman Impaled to Death by Swordfish
Hooded Figure Spooks Drivers in Australia
Dashcam footage shows a creepy figure walk out on to the road and lunge at a car as it passes by.
The driver had been traveling along Lake Road near Kearsley at around 1:30am when he came across a vehicle blocking a nearby intersection with a hooded figure standing next to it.
The footage recorded by the driver's dashcam shows the mysterious individual walking out on to the road and stopping in the middle of the lane with his head looking down at the ground.
The chilling encounter then concludes with the assailant lunging towards the car screaming at the top of his lungs while the driver puts his foot down and speeds off as fast as possible.
To make matters worse the driver's wife, who had been travelling just one minute behind in a separate vehicle, couldn't be reached on her phone and subsequently encountered the same hooded figure on the road who lunged at her car in just the same way.
"We still don’t know what he was trying to do, whether he was trying to rob us, was he trying to take our car or was he trying to hurt us," she said. "It has really shaken us up."
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Odd Anomaly / UFO Photographed
If you hadn’t heard of that type of flying saucer before you’re not alone because we had no idea it ‘existed’ either.
But it’s apparently a thing and Harry Perton has taken a photo of the unusual object in Groningen, in the Netherlands.
The photographer only noticed the UFO, which is named after a jellyfish because of its appearance, when he got home after taking pictures in the storm.
‘I was taking photos and suddenly something flashed,’ he said.
‘I decided it must have been a strike of lightning – but back at home I saw something strange in one of the photos that I took – what looked like a UFO.’
The image, which shows an object floating in the night sky and emitting an eerie flash of green light, sparked a flurry of online debate about what it could be.
But the photographer, who posts images on his blog, admitted he thought it was probably something meteorological and not aliens. - Photographer captures strange ‘jellyfish UFO’ on stormy night
Fisherman Impaled to Death by Swordfish
A charter boat captain and fisherman at Honokohau Harbor died on Friday after he went into the water to spear a swordfish and got impaled, according to the Hawaii Department of Land & Natural Resources.
Police identified the man as 47-year-old Randy Llanes of Kailua-Kona. DLNR says Llanes spotted the broadbilled swordfish swimming in the harbor. He jumped into the water with a spear gun and speared the fish.
However, the swordfish also impaled Llanes in the upper chest. He was unresponsive when he was pulled from the harbor waters, according to the DLNR.
Llanes was taken to the Kona Community Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 11:30am. Big Island police and DLNR enforcement are investigating the incident. DLNR staff went out to get the swordfish and found it dead. - KITV
Massachusetts Crop Formation
It’s barely visible from the road, but a crop circle that appeared in a field off Old Gray Station Road is unmistakable from above.
What created the circular pattern in the hayfield is unknown, but a long-time crop circle researcher in Massachusetts hopes to be able to look at samples she’s requested from the man who photographed it and said she might be able to determine if the circle was produced by an energy force or if it’s man-made.
“I asked them to take some samples for me,” said Nancy Talbott, one of the three founders of BLT Research Team, Inc., a crop circle research group. “We haven’t had a lot of background with hay (but) I can usually tell by a few (plant) examples if the circle is real.” BLT stands for the last names of the three who created the research company: John Burke, William Levengood and Talbott. Burke, a New York businessman and Talbott, a music producer with some research background, helped gather the data that Levengood, a biophysicist, used to make findings about the mysterious circles.
The location is the exact field where a crop circle was found two years ago around the same time of year. Talbott said it’s possible the energy that creates non-man-made crop circles is drawn to certain earth features such as limestone under the soil or a nearby water supply. Crop circles found in Europe are often located in areas where there are chalk deposits underground.
Talbott said research has shown a crop circle that is not man-made exhibits changes to the plants inside the circle when compared to the same type of plants outside the circle but from the same field. Talbott began investigating and researching crop circles about 25 years ago when she read an article about them appearing in fields in Europe, she said in a phone interview this week.
“Our interest was to find out what sort of energy might be responsible for causing these. I organized field teams around the world because they were starting to be reported around the world. We discovered changes that occurred regardless of what country they were in, the same basic changes were found consistently in sample plants from inside the circle compared to control samples from outside the circle,” Talbott said.
Researchers determined the plants inside the crop circles were exposed to “very brief bursts of intense radiation; — microseconds — and we believe it’s microwave radiation,” she said. According to Talbott, the radiation “turns the moisture inside the plant stems into steam and the steam then expands.”
That expansion, and the build up of steam, “blows a hole in the lower stem nodes,” which are tougher material. In the top nodes of the plant, which are more pliable, the stem stretches and often bends, Talbott said.
The research results indicate that when the findings show the plant node changes, “it’s not mechanical pressure,” that caused the circle, Talbott said. “It wasn't something that landed there.”
BLT’s research goes much further to explain the burst of energy as well as changes in the soil that include magnetic materials only visible under a microscope and changes to seed from seed crops where circles have been found.
Talbott said there have been numerous misrepresentations about crop circles and what creates them, but documented and published research is available to debunk the myths.
“If aliens exist — and how could there not be life forms out there? — some of them may come here periodically. The idea that the media has kept on pushing, which is so harmful, is if there are alien creatures, is they are war-like like we are. There’s an assumption that lifeforms from somewhere else would be like us,” Talbott said “Some may be, some may not be. It could be the plasma (energy) is being directed toward the surface of the earth just to get our attention, like a calling card. It doesn’t have to be a threatening, hostile aggressive (act).” - Crop circle found in Gray hay field
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