; Phantoms and Monsters: Pulse of the Paranormal

Monday, October 19, 2015

Daily 2 Cents: Aliens Riding on Top of UFO? -- Red-Eyed Bigfoot in Tennessee -- Ready For Lab-Grown Burgers?

Aliens Riding on Top of UFO?

Crisfield, MD - 10/10/2015: My friend left my house the night of October 10th and came back running telling me there were ufos in the sky so I went running down the street with him and in the sky was 5 glowing orange orbs flying when 4 disappeared and one stayed stationary, that's when 5 more popped up from behind the treeline and started flying that way then they all flew in the same direction as the previous 4 and then too also vanished about 5 seconds later 4 more cane from behind the treeline and started flying meanwhile I pulled out my phone and snapped and picture and watched them fly away and disappear like the previous ones we sat around and waited to see more but we had no luck, so we went to look at the picture that's when another occurrence happened, in the picture is a line of lights in the shape of a saucer with one possibly 2 grey human like beings on top of it, we did not see that in the sky but its in the picture with the 4 orange orbs we did witness. - MUFON CMS


Red-Eyed Bigfoot in Tennessee

1967 – Smoky Mountains, Tennessee

Steve from Taylor, Michigan

“This happened when I was a young boy. I was staying at my grandfather's house down in Tennessee. During the 11 o'clock news the whole week there was UFO sightings. People were claiming to see little grey creatures with big bug eyes. I never thought much of it. We also had a lot of Bigfoot sightings in the Smoky Mountains. Anyway, my mother was coming down to Tennessee to pick us up, stay for a few days and then head back to Michigan because I had to start school in the fall. This was August, summer, so she was gonna go over and visit her uncle which is my grandfather’s brother, my great uncle. She wanted to go over there and visit before we left, so we went over there. My great aunt was gonna bake some blackberry pie so we was gonna pick some black berries and we was out there about 100 yards away from the house and so my uncle Marion was telling my grandfather, he said, 'John, I want to tell you something. Two days ago... you gonna think I lost my mind.' I said, Okay, I’m listening to this. You're at that age, old southern people, you just don't talk, you just listen. So, anyway, he said, 'I woke up two days before we got there,' he said, 'I woke up dead asleep and I reached over and was gonna have a cigarette.' He had a small house. You look through one bedroom down through the living-room out to the front door. 'So I reached over to get a cigarette off my desk there, my night stand, and I looked down and I seen this thing standing in my doorway. It was summer time. Screened in door. Stared at him.' He said, 'Oh my goodness, what is thing thing?' He's telling my grandfather. I'm just listening. He said, 'All he had was these red eyes burning right through me, staring at me.' His house is on blocks so it's like three tiers into his house, so it was about 3 foot, so he was about 6 or 8 inches below the door so I figured he was about 8 and a half foot. He said it was dark, black, really hairy – hair from head to toe and no neck. He said he could see its red eyes. He said, 'He stared at me,' he said, 'I gotta do something, I don't know.' He reached over to get his M-1 and he said it was gone. He went outside to look for it and like I said about the dog. My great uncle, out there he had a lot of bears. The dogs didn't make a sound, didn't make a peep. My grandpa said, 'What did it look like, did it look like a gorilla?' He said, 'No, it had human features like a man but it just stood there staring at me.' This was documented because a couple months later, I don't know if the magazine is still in existence, it was called Argus, had a front cover that said 'Bigfoot of Smoky Mountains, Summer of 67'. I don’t think the magazine company is still around but they did an article about that and I happened to buy it back in Michigan. Somehow it came up missing. I believe my uncle. He don't lie about things like that. He was a tough mountain man. When he was telling the story he was nervous and scared. When he went out there to look around, it was hard ground ad he didn't find no footprints.”

Source: Coast to Coast Radio - November 28, 2014

Transcribed by Jamie Brian


Floating City Mirage

Hundreds of witnesses reported seeing an entire block of skyscrapers floating high up in the clouds.

The breathtaking spectacle, which appeared above China's Jiangxi and Foshan regions, looked like some sort of futuristic cityscape with rows of dark-colored buildings obscured by an eerie haze.

The mirage lasted only a few minutes before dissipating but it was there long enough to have captured the imagination of both the public and the media.

The most likely explanation for the phenomenon is that it was a type of mirage known as a 'Fata Morgana' which can occur under a specific combination of environmental conditions.


Lab-grown meat burger may hit stores in five years

LONDON: The Dutch team that crafted the world's first lab-grown meat burger, which cost 215,000 pounds to make, says a cheaper version of the product could hit the market in five years.

Researchers are setting up a company to look at making the burger tastier and cheaper.

Peter Verstrate, head of the new firm, said the product, which was first created by Professor Mark Post at Maastricht University in The Netherlands, would help serve the growing demand for meat.

The team had a prototype cooked and eaten in London two years ago that cost 215,000 pounds to make.

"I feel extremely excited about the prospect of this product being on sale. And I am confident that when it is offered as an alternative to meat that increasing numbers of people will find it hard not to buy our product for ethical reasons," Verstrate told 'BBC News'.

"I am confident that we will have it on the market in five years," he said.

Verstrate said the product would be on the supermarket shelves once a demand had been established and the price comes down.

The burger is made from stem-cells: the templates from which specialised tissue such as nerve or skin cells develop.

Researchers are finding ways to keep up with the growing demand for meat. Traditional farming methods will need to use more energy, water and land - and the consequent increase in greenhouse gas emission will be substantial.

Stem cells are extracted from cow muscle tissue. These are cultured with nutrients and growth-promoting chemicals in the laboratory to help them develop and multiply.

Three weeks later, there are more than a million stem cells, which are put into smaller dishes where they coalesce into small strips of muscle about a centimetre long and a few millimetres thick.

The strips are then layered together, coloured and mixed with fat. - Lab-grown meat burger may hit stores in five years


Hi folks...these will be the only posts today. Vanessa was released from the hospital after a 10-day stay (pneumonia). So there are a few more odd & ends I need to attend to with her presently. Thanks again for your thoughts and support. Lon



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