UFO CRYPTID and PARANORMAL News (Area 51 special)

UFO CRYPTID and PARANORMAL News (Area 51 special)

August 14, 2019 24 By William Hollis


The stories I have you this week start with
one of the most viral UFO related stories in recent years the storming of area 51, second
the documentation of UFOs by the United States air force this followed by the a UFO cryptid
and paranormal summer vacation spot and ending with the sale of one of the most spooky properties
to ever have been put to film. So first up a story that continues to grow
and grow, what started out as an online petition by a few UFO nerds has now grown into a global
movement that includes celebrities like the Rock and Keanu Reeves. I am of course talking about the planned raid
on area 51! 1.1 million People have pledged that on September
20th they will storm the gates of the secretive military facility a move which the US Air
Force is strongly advising against. Here’s the plan, as per the creator of the
event: “We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate
our entry. If we Naruto run, we can move faster than
their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.” Area 51 is probably the most famous location
in Ufology the United States Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51 is a highly classified
remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base within the Nevada Test and Training Range. According to the Central Intelligence Agency
others say it’s the home to all things extraterrestrial here on planet earth. This idea received a boost recently with Bob
Lazar once again appearing on the internet and TVs across the world. Today area 51 maybe known for its aliens but
after September 20th could it become known for whole different reason, I guess we will
have to wait and see. Sticking with the UFO theme the next story
looks Inside the US Air Force’s UFO research Centre a place where sightings are ranked
and rated. The existence of unidentified flying objects
has been debated for decades as multiple sightings have been reported from around the world. While many of these sightings have not been
officially verified, witnesses have sworn by what they have seen. The term “flying saucer” was coined in 1947
when Kenneth Arnold told press about his UFO sighting he stated that the objects looked
“like saucers skipping on water.” “Flying saucer” is still often used today
as a term for UFOs and Arnolds sighting is considered the first of “the Modern UFO era.” This sighting lead to the creation of the
first public United States Air Force studies of UFO’s known as project Sign. By the end of 1948, Project Sign was then
succeeded by the short-lived Project Grudge before eventually formally ending at the end
of 1949. The US Government’s longest investigation
into UFO sightings was called Project Blue Book and analyzed over 12,000 sightings and
events between 1952 and 1969. In 1973 J. Allen Hynek, an astronomer who
worked as an advisor for Project Blue Book, established the Center for UFO Studies after
concluding there was enough evidence to confirm the existence of extraterrestrial beings. This year, the US Department of Defense released
footage of an unidentified flying object after it declassified footage shot between the summer
of 2014 and March 2015. This series of reports and projects have been
working toward an event that many with an interest in the field have been calling for,
for decades “full disclosure” This story and the many others recently featured
in the msm are the first steps toward the revealing of the information that we are not
alone and that extraterrestrials have been visiting this planet for a long time. They say 2019 is the year the truth will be
told, what do you think will we see the governments of the world make this announcement soon? If you need a break from all this drama but
still want to keep one toe in the world of all things strange then maybe you need to
take a holiday to a summer vacation spot that may be slightly off the beaten path? Why not visit the the weird and wonderful
recommendations from homegrown UFO researcher Chris Rutkowski. In A story from globalnews.ca reporter Sam
Thompson interviews UFO researcher Chris Chris lists a number of locations in Manitoba
that fans of the strange may like to visit. One of his favourite lesser-known spots in
the province is the Sam Waller museum in The Pas – home to a variety of bizarre exhibits,
most notably a cast of a Sasquatch footprint taken by conservation officers and RCMP. Rutkowski said
“Back in 1979, lots of people had seen this big, black, hairy eight-foot man-beast up
near Gypsumville,” “It’s a very weird museum. It has strange things – it has Buck Rogers
pistol rayguns that were sold, it has a rocket that was shot up into space from Fort Churchill. It’s got things like a human appendix… I think it has a two-headed calf.” If that’s too weird for you, why not have
a swim in one of two Manitoba lakes that are – if you believe sightings going back to
the 1930s – home to sea monsters. “Manipogo Provincial Park is northeast of
Dauphin,” “It’s a real jewel. It’s got some of the best beaches, crystal
clear blue water… and it’s a location where a lot of people say they’ve seen this
lake monster, Manitoba’s version of Nessie. If you don’t fancy visiting Manitoba maybe
the location of the next story and of one of the scariest films ever would interest
you? The house which featured in the movie “The
Conjuring” Paul Seaburn wrote the article on mysteriousuniverse.org
which says; Since the passing of Lorraine Warren in April
2019, it seems that many things associated with her have been popping up in the news
regularly. There was her burial in a cemetery haunted
by a white lady ghost. A haunted rocking chair that allegedly levitated
in the “Devil Made Me Do It” case was put on display at a haunted museum in Las
Vegas, only to have the exhibit shut down after visitors reported negative feelings
around it. The cast of the new “Annabelle Comes Home”
movie, part of the ‘Conjuring’ series based on the investigations of Lorraine and
Ed Warren, reported paranormal activity on the set, and a man allegedly died while viewing
the movie in a theater. Now comes word from Rhode Island that the
allegedly haunted farmhouse which inspired the 2013 film “The Conjuring” has been
sold to new owners who said to be a “better fit” for the famous house. Are they ready to be the next chapter in the
real-life horror story that’s fast becoming ‘Six Degrees of Lorraine Warren’? What did you think about this week’s stories,
are you planning attending the area 51 raid? Is there anything from the news you would
like to see me take a deeper dive into? If so let me know in the comments below
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