How’s this for paranormal activity – ghostlusters caught on tape?
Though it could be CGI, a puppet, or even part of the tree itself, paranormal researcher Michael Cohen believes the footage might be amongst the best proofs we have that we are being visited by extraterrestrials.
With all the special effects people put into their videos nowadays, it is really hard to tell what is real and what is fake. However, take a look at this video posted on YouTube by Andrew Dasilva. If you’re not afraid, of course.
If this is just another case of pareidolia, than it is one of the best we have ever seen. Take a look at this spooky photo.
Although it is just probably another case of hydrocephalus, residents of Santa Cruz El Chol in Guatemala are convinced that beings from outer space should be blamed for the newborn freak of the nature – piglet with human head.
Is National Archaeological Museum in Naples haunted? Let us see what will paranormal experts say, but according to workers who are carrying out overnight renovations, there is definitely something spooky going on.
Jose Maldonado, who charges a monetary “donation” in exchange for displaying what appears to be a simple plastic figure kept in a container of formaldehyde, says he has already received 3,000 visits.
St. John’s folklorist Dale Jarvis said it might be explained away as a reflection or a light flare, but he added that the Newman Wine Vaults does have a haunting history.
According to YouTube user who posted the footage, incident was filmed near the BBC Radio One building two days ago. Like always, there is an ongoing discussion about whether the video is real or fake.
If extraterrestrials were indeed there, what were they doing? Are they responsible for the eruption? Were they helping us out or just observing?