An approximately mile-long body of water in North Wales, Llyn Cynwch Lake is renowned for the story of its resident monster, a wyvern – a story that dates back centuries, although the precise date is admittedly unknown. Within ancient legend, the wyvern was very much a dragon-like animal, one to be avoided at all costs. Reptilian, and sporting large and membranous wings of a bat-like appearance, it stands on two powerful legs and has a powerful tail that it uses to sting and kill its prey, not unlike a scorpion. In some cases, and just like the dragon of old, the wyvern was said to occasionally breathe fire. All of which brings us to the monster of Llyn Cynwch Lake. For as long as anyone could remember, the lake and its surrounding landscape made for a peaceful and relaxing environment. But that all changed when the deadly wyvern decided […]
THINK ABOUT IT For anyone who doesn’t believe dragons exist, think again! Spotted in Truro, England. Video Agency of Audio Color World own all distribution rights of the uploaded videos on our YouTube channel. If you like to use videos for uploads or commercial use please contact “email@example.com”. Published on Oct 12, 2013 Related articles 1954: The day UFOs stopped play 2014: UFOs Demonstrate Shape Shifting Ability Over Massachusetts How 9/11 Truth Looms in the Background of the CIA Torture Stories University of California Scientists: ‘Camouflaged’ Aliens Live Among Us Our Forests Aren’t Fuel What Can We Really Know About The External World? Time Travel: Merely Possible, or Entirely Probable?
The flying snakes that terrorized America! Text: Jerome Clark July 2009 One day in early 1833, a native chief approached two Western missionaries working on the Indonesian island of Sumatra to relate a bizarre experience. The chief, Tam Basar by name, swore that he and a companion had seen a snake flying through the air. Fearing that it was dangerous, they killed it when it landed near them. When the missionaries expressed incredulity, the chief insisted that he was telling the truth. He added that the snake, 4ft (1.2m) long, had no wings, which to the listeners only made the story more far-fetched. A year later, in January 1834, one of those missionaries, NM Ward, happened to be walking through a forest near the Pedang-Bessie River, a mile or so (1.6km) from the location where the flying snake had allegedly appeared. He and a companion stopped to study […]