MT Tech professor claims UFOs are time machine…

MT Tech professor claims UFOs are time machines from future:

deadliveevents:

According to Montana Tech’s Michael P. Masters, UFOs may be time machines occupied by our future selves.Professor claims UFOs may be from the future #deadlive #ufo #earth #space https://youtu.be/Wf-E_r0FEKE

How Did the Songhai Empire Dominate West Afric…

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conunundrum:

HEY GUYS!

Long time no speak! I thought I’d come to this blog to tell you that I’m thinking of a.) starting a podcast on the supernatural with my friend and b.) going around haunted locations to get some readings and to, essentially, debunk ghosts and apparitions.

I live in a small town in Wales, which is full of rich history, culture and more importantly, reports of the paranormal!!!!

I was wondering if I could get a little insight, on where I could find some resources to getting started about why we use EMF readings and specific lights to try and see ghosts? Are ouija boards safe? Can I make myself more open to a sighting? Have any of YOU guys seen a ghost? What was it like? Am I asking too many questions? Maybe.

Anyway, I thought that I’d come to this little community I’ve cultivated, allbeit around mostly UFOs and conspiracies, but we’re obviously very open people. Any tips? Anything you would want to share with me? (on anon or not or in a little reply to this post.)

Thanks for the attention!!!

Stay Spooky!

👽👽👽👽

What are Hobart’s most famous ghost stories?

What are Hobart’s most famous ghost stories?:

equinoxparanormal:

Hobart’s convict history and grand old buildings make for
ripper spooky stories, so it is not surprising ghost tours have popped up
around Hobart’s Battery Point, the Hobart penitentiary, Willow Court Asylum and
nearby Port Arthur Historic Site.

An anonymous questioner asked Curious Hobart about the
city’s most famous ghost stories and haunted houses.

The owner of Ghost Tours of Hobart and Battery Point,
Jacques Imbriotis, is convinced Hobart is one of the most haunted places in
Australia.

“We have a lot of old buildings that are almost as
they were when that person moved on,” he said.

“They’re the boards that they walked when they were
living and they continue to do that when they’re dead.”

So where are the sites of Hobart’s most famous ghost
stories?

Continue reading at ABC News Australia.

spectrewavesllp: Spectrewaves Paranormal at …

spectrewavesllp:

Spectrewaves Paranormal at Pollak Hospital Bartonville, Illinois USA conducting a Paranormal Investigation (at Pollak Hospital)
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bwsx0iuFo1w/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=c00znxygjfq2

spectrewavesllp: Spectrewaves Paranormal Poll…

spectrewavesllp:

Spectrewaves Paranormal Pollak Hospital Bartonville, Illinois USA
Conducting a Paranormal Investigation (at Pollak Hospital)
https://www.instagram.com/p/BwsyHY4lSMa/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=1s9ow5fhh4ffk

Gulosaurus helmi

ancientmarinereptiles:

Art by: Gabriel Ugueto, https://www.deviantart.com/kana-hebi/art/Gulosaurus-helmi-704120423

Name: Gulosaurus helmi

Name Meaning: ‬Wolverine lizard (Helm’s wolverine lizard)

First Described: 2013

Described By: Cuthbertson, Russell & Anderson

Classification: Chordata, Tetrapoda, Reptilia, ‬Ichthyopterygia, ‬Grippidia

This basal ichthyosaur was discovered in the Sulphur Mountain Formation in Canada. Gulosaurus is close in relation to another basal ichthyosaur that I have previously covered, Grippia. Both ichthyosaurs are pretty similar to each other as they both were the same in body size, 4.9 feet (1.5 meters) in length. Most of their skeletal anatomy is similar as well, but there are differences that clearly distinguishes both genera. In the past, Gulosaurus was once thought to be a species of Grippia and even later thought to be Parvinatator.

Sources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulosaurus

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its-spooky-bitch:

In 1986 the Snedeker family moved into a converted funeral home in Connecticut. The home was close to a hospital where their son Philip was being treated for leukemia. At first the family was off put by the fact they lived in an old funeral parlor, and did not find out until they found embalming equipment in the basement. However because of it’s convenient location the family thought it was worth the stay. One day Carmen Snedecker claimed that water in a mop bucket turned to blood and the spirits started harassing the family’s terminally ill son, who became consumed by his obsession with the embalming room in the basement. Philip eventually attacked another family member and had to be sent by ambulance to a mental hospital.The family eventually contacted Ed and Lorraine Warren who told them the the spirits were vengeful because the funeral home owns engaged in necrophilia. The Warren’s even claimed the there were attempts at necromancy which opened up the home to evil spirits.The home was blessed and the family moved. Although Philip survived after the events his cancer returned in 2012 and he passed away at the age of 38. Although the Snedeker’s and Warren’s claim the events happened there is no concrete evidence that any paranormal or necrophilia occurred in the home.

**** I believe I have pretty much coverd every major Warren case on this blog. I don’t count the Einfeild poltergeist because the Warren’s didn’t really work on it. I might find the alleged footage and photo of the white lady they took, but I think I actually covered everything.

Muscular Ancient Murder Victim Had Perfectly C…

Muscular Ancient Murder Victim Had Perfectly Circular Hole Punched In His Chest: undefined

thefaeryhost:

thefaeryhost:

Yoshitaka Amano  __  Mermaid