1950: A Mysterious Cave in Guatemala

‘Commander X’, in his book Underground Alien Bases (Abelard Press, New York), described one incident which was originally related in one of the Shaver Mystery publications prominent during the 1950s The incident was reported by a ‘Professor W. Wiers’ of Mexico, who stated that he knew of a ‘Professor Schwartz’ who had made a long study of cavern anomalies, starting when he was only 15 years old in Germany. According to Professor Weirs, just before the beginning of the Second World War, both the axis and allied powers were interested in using various caves as supply bases for numerous military applications. At this time, it is said, the Nazi’s were secretly exploring caverns and old mines in the Southwestern United States, the Himalayas, South America, the Polar regions and elsewhere. Professor Schwartz related that he knew of a Nazi who had come upon an ‘enormous circular pit’ whose sides […] Read More

2014: Geologists Reveal A Relationship Between Mysterious Siberian Craters & The Bermuda Triangle

Since it was discovered, a group of scientists have been working hard to figure out more secrets about one of the three mysterious holes that were spotted in Siberia last July. The scientists have new information about the mysterious crater on the Yamal Peninsula in Northern Siberia, which will hopefully help find where the holes came from. The scientists succeeded to reach the bottom of the newly-formed crater and made it back with some amazing pictures. The hole was believed to be formed in September 2013; there are many theories about the way this and other similar phenomenon were formed. Actually, this amazing, bizarre hole is not the only one in Siberia. A few weeks later, two other craters with mysterious sources were found relatively nearby. Speculations as to what caused the crater include meteorite impact, weapons testing and even aliens taking soil samples! Moreover, believe it or not, […] Read More

2015: Dozens of new craters appear in Siberia

Siberia found itself at the center of one of last year’s biggest mysteries when a number of large holes started to appear in remote areas of the country back in July. Researchers spent months investigating the phenomenon and determined that the release of gas hydrates brought about by rising temperatures was the most likely explanation. Now however it turns out that the craters may be a lot more widespread in the region than had been previously believed. “We know now of seven craters in the Arctic area,” said Professor Vasily Bogoyavlensky. “Five are directly on the Yamal peninsula, one in Yamal Autonomous district and one is on the north of the Krasnoyarsk region, near the Taimyr peninsula.” Scientists have speculated that there could be several dozen more craters spread across Siberia. “I would compare this with mushrooms: when you find one mushroom, be sure there are few more around,” […] Read More