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According to new research by Margot that confirms what scientists have known for decades: The moon does not influence the timing of human births, hospital admissions, and etc. The study illustrates how intelligent and otherwise reasonable people develop strong beliefs that, to put it politely, are not aligned with reality.
HOUSTON, March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Burzynski Research Institute, Inc.
OTTAWA, March 26, 2015 /CNW/ - Health Canada is reminding Canadians that consuming a product sold as "Miracle Mineral Solution" (MMS) may pose serious health risks, following a Health Canada seizure
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Workshops Held in Conjunction with the 2015 Joint American Homeopathic Conference in Philadelphia, PA McLean, VA (PRWEB) March 19, 2015 The National
On this Friday Mar. 13th, the LiveSciFi extreme ghost hunters will be live streaming their investigation of the haunted "Sallie House" of Atchison, KS.
Creature Weekend will be hosting a kickoff dinner on Friday, May 1st, which will include a presentation by Bill Brock, lead investigator of Destination America’s “Monsters Underground.”
In addition to its lineup of Bigfoot Speakers, Creature Weekend will be hosting a free and public forum on Mountain Lion sightings in Ohio and the Eastern United States.
This press release is being issued by a growing grassroots campaign, including Mr. Ernie Land and Mr. Rudy Davis, to raise awareness about the plight of Dr. Kent Hovind. Dr.
The Owlman is a cryptid from Mawnan, Cornwell, similar to the Mothman of North America. The first reported sighting was on April 17, 1976 by two young sisters as they were walking through the woods near the Mawnan church. They claimed to have seen a large winged creature hovering above the church. The father would not allow his daughters to be interviewed but did supply a drawing made by the 12-year-old daughter. A second sighting was reported on July 3,1976, by a 14-year-old girl who...
Mokele-mbembe is a legendary creature said to inhabit the Congo river Basin, mainly in Lake Tele. It likes the deep water and according to folklore, it haunts river bends. Its name means “one who stops the flow of rivers”, and depending on the story, it has been described as a live creature or a spirit. According to some, it has been portrayed as a sauropod, similar to the well known Brachiosaurus with a very long neck and tail and a small head. Other descriptions represent it...
The mothman is a legendary creature that was first reported with sightings from November 12, 1966 through December 15, 1967 in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia. On November 16, 1966, the local newspaper published a report of two couples seeing the creature. It was described as a large white winged man with glowing red eyes. The wings had a ten-foot span and it followed their car as they drove outside of town, according to their report. Over the period from the initial sighting...
The Mongolian death worm is a cryptid that is claimed to inhabit the Gobi Desert. It lives underground in hibernation except for the months of June and July. It will surface from its underground habitat when it rains and soaks the ground. It is alleged to kill its prey from a distance. It either sprays an acidic venom that dissolves anything it touches, or by an electrical discharge. According to legend, touching the worm will cause severe pain or instant death. Locals have claimed that...
The Dover Demon is a cryptozoological creature that was claimed to have been sighted in Dover, Massachusetts on April 21 and 22, 1977. Loren Coleman was the first cryptozoologist to investigate the sightings and also gave the creature its name. Three other investigators were brought to the area, Joseph Nyman, Ed Fogg, and Walter Webb, all ufologists. Coleman didn’t believe the creature was an extraterrestrial, but wanted experienced investigators to conduct the interviews with the...
- Large; stout; burly.