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Friday, March 25, 2016

Daily 2 Cents: Face in the Bedroom Window -- Was Missing Man Abducted? -- Cringe-Worthy Easter Bunnies

Face in the Bedroom Window

Marquette, MI: I believe it was august of 1968 or 69, I was 5 years old when I awoke to a face looking into my bedroom window. It did not scare me at the time. I actually felt Ok, no fear until it was gone. Then I was extremely shaken only being 5 or 6 years old at the time I had no Idea what I had just seen. I went out to tell my parents something looked at me threw my window and was very upset. My parents told me it was a nightmare. I wrote MUFON a few years ago and I was asked to do an interview, which I choose not to do at the time. The thing is I have no idea what may have happened at the time to me. I never heard of anything like that being that young, but over the years it has bothered me to what I seen. Being a young boy back then it was unheard of to see something to me. Whatever it was as I am sure I seen a face looking into my bedroom and making me feel calm until it left. To this day I have not a clue what it was, but I always think of it as I had no idea what an alien was at that age and don't understand what I seen. It was a white grey face with big black eyes looking at me. I have thought about it for as long as I can remember and it just frustrates me in not knowing if I seen it or it was a nightmare. But if I was only 5 and never seen or heard of some entity like I witnessed is still unreal to me. - MUFON CMS


NASA Suggests Lunar Base in 6 Years

The US space agency has suggested that it would be possible to build a 'cheap' moon base by 2022.

Hot on the heels of ESA director general Johann-Dietrich Worner's vision of a 'moon village' by 2030, scientists at NASA have been calculating how much it would actually cost to build a moon base within the next six years and the result is a lot less than you might expect.

Back in the 1960s the US spent the equivalent of $170 billion in today's money on the historic Apollo program - a price that would seem to be but a pittance compared to that of building a moon base - yet researchers investigating the feasibility of such a project believe that setting up a lunar outpost could cost as little as $10 billion - a fraction of the cost of putting the first humans on the moon.

"For a variety of very good reasons, it is time to go back to the moon, this time to stay, and funding is no longer the main hurdle," said NASA astrobiologist Chris McKay.

"When the cost of a short stay on the Moon drops into the tens of millions of dollars per person, it starts to tap into the same market that has given us private spaceflight participants to the International Space Station."

"The presence of a government base is also the presence of a customer on the Moon - a factor that can stimulate the development of services, supplies, and technology to the benefit of all." Read more at Moon Base Could Be Operational By 2022 And Cost Just $10 Billion Dollars, According To NASA


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Tasmanian Tiger Spotted

Another Tasmanian tiger sighting has been reported in South Gippsland.

After Venus Bay Caravan Park owner Tony Holgate came across a tiger at the park in December, Barrie Murphy reported a sighting at Inverloch last Wednesday.

The Inverloch resident said he was positive he caught a glimpse of the nocturnal marsupial and added jokingly he had just one glass of wine for the whole night.

“Last Wednesday at about 10.30pm, I was driving along Ullathorne Road when it crossed the road in front of me,” he said.

“First of all, I thought it was a fox or a cat, but as it moved off the bitumen on to the green verge, I realised it was dog sized, about the same as an Alsatian.”

Mr Murphy said as he got closer to the animal, its tail captured his attention.

“It was the long, straight tail, which could have been a metre long. It was straight out, white and strong looking,” he said.

Because he was in his car, Mr Murphy was unable to see the creature’s head, but he did recognise one of the Tasmanian tiger’s most distinctive traits.

“The thing that really made me twig was, as I drove past it, I saw the stripes down its side and onto its flank,” he said.

“I thought to myself, I have seen something exceptional here, so I turned around and went back, but it had disappeared.”

Mr Murphy said in the past, he has heard two accounts of Tasmanian tiger sightings, both from reliable sources.

“After seeing one myself, I thought I would report it so other people can keep a lookout,” he said.

According to the Australian Museum, the Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, is a large carnivorous marsupial now believed to be extinct.

It was sandy yellowish-brown to grey in colour and had 15 to 20 distinct dark stripes across its back from the shoulders to tail.

Although the large head was dog or wolf-like, the tail was stiff and the legs were relatively short. Body hair was dense, short and soft.

In recent times the thylacine was confined to Tasmania where its presence has not been established conclusively for more than 70 years, however it became extinct on the Australian mainland not less than 2000 years ago. - Tasmanian Tiger sighted at Inverloch



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