1959: Scarier than Fiction The Dyatlov Pass

No Copyright – Part IV of Civil Code No. 230-FZ of the Russian Federation of December 18, 2006. Source: Infodjatlov   Scarier than Fiction The Dyatlov Pass is located in the Ural Mountains of Western Russia. On February 2, 1959, 9 experienced ski hikers died under extremely strange and somewhat frightening circumstances. At the point of their disappearance, the goal of the ill-fated expedition was to reach Otorten, a mountain that was approximately 6 miles away. The unfortunate hikers never reached their destination, and chillingly enough, the word “Otorten” translated from Mansi (indigenous peoples in the area) language, means “Mountain of the dead men.” The Unfortunate Hikers The expedition originally began with ten hikers, and it was led by a 23-year-old man named Igor Dyatlov. There were eight men and two women. The two women on the expedition were Zinaida Kolmogorova and Lyudmila Dubinina, and the other men were […] Read More

1959: Tourists Discover Body at the Infamous Dyatlov Pass

Body found at Dyatlov Pass where 9 hikers mysteriously died in 1959 A body has been discovered by tourists at the infamous Dyatlov Pass in Russia’s Ural Mountains where nine hikers mysteriously died in 1959. Emergency services have reportedly momentarily lost contact with the group. An unidentified body has been discovered by tourist-hikers at the infamous Dyatlov pass in Sverdlovskaya region, according to local security officials. A group of nine tourists reportedly from Perm contacted emergency services overnight on Friday. Following a message from the group via satellite phone officials lost contact with the hikers, reported V-kurse.ru. Due to bad weather conditions, emergency groups are unable to reach the barely-accessible site where the body was found. Some reports suggest that it is a male of about 50 years old. The travelers began their journey on January 1 trekking along one of the most difficult paths starting from North Ural […] Read More

1996: Black Forest (Colorado) Portals

From: Gary Hart Date: Tue, 24 Dec 1996 02:08:19 -0500 Subject: Black Forest, CO I received a video from the people who live in Black Forest, Colorado. You may have seen it on Sightings the last few years. They have extreme levels of portal activity and a Government presence. The Government agents operate out of a neighbor”s house, move equipment in-and-out, and generally harass the Lees. This harassment includes death threats, legal action of various types, and break-ins where the power to their house is shut off and then the agents walk in the front door. Nothing identifiably was taken, so the sheriff”s department won”t investigate further even though the battery-powered burglar alarm is set off. Sightings wanted to do their own filming and did not want to see the Lee”s own video evidence. So they did not see the best that has been developed by the Lees and […] Read More

2012: L.A. Times: Odd accounts and strange tales orbit around Shasta

January 24, 2012 By Lee Romney, Los Angeles Times, January 23, 2012, 10:31 p.m. Mt. Shasta, the Cascade peak that mesmerized John Muir, has long attracted mystics, metaphysicians, and spiritualists. Now a researcher is seeking ‘stories and information’ for a book on Bigfoot and UFO sightings. Reporting from Mount Shasta, Calif.— Locals didn’t find the ads, posted at the laundromat or running in the SuperSaver, to be strange at all. A number of people, in fact, reached out to Brian Wallenstein the “researcher looking to gather stories and information” for a book on Bigfoot and UFO sightings. A woman named Rudi emailed to report that she’d seen a bright disc hovering above Mt. Shasta. She attached a photo from a ski resort snow cam that showed a luminous speck. (Credible, Wallenstein thought.) A man named Larry recounted his own research — including telepathic communication with “them” — conducted in […] Read More

2012: Strange Day in Toronto

During the past three years I have been searching for follow-up information related to a series of strange incidents that occurred in the L’Amoreaux neighborhood of North York in metro Toronto, Ontario. On the late afternoon of July 26, 2012 a girl in her late teens and her boyfriend were returning home from the movies. As they approached her home they noticed a strange looking woman with startling gothic makeup and long black hair who was dressed in a long black dress and high-heel shoes walking towards them as they pulled into the driveway. Even though the vehicle had dark tinted windows, the girl stated that “the woman made eye-to-eye contact with me.” Alarmed by this frightening stranger, they immediately backed out of the driveway and pulled away from the location. The boyfriend decided to circle the neighborhood and then return back to his girlfriend’s home. As the girl […] Read More

2013: Mysteries in the Mountains

Mysteries in the Mountains http://www.tucsonweekly.com/gbase/currents/Content?oid=47018 A real-life Twilight Zone may exist in Southeastern Arizona near the Mexican border. By RON QUINN� Deep in the mountains close to the Mexican border, a mysterious place exists where time is altered at random. A joke? Not according to Ron Quinn. Quinn first submitted his stories to The Weekly’s former editor, Michael Parnell, in November 2002. Upon his departure in January, Parnell passed them on to current Weekly Editor Jimmy Boegle. The Weekly staff decided to publish them; after all, they are quite compelling. Plus, Quinn’s got some credibility; a life-long treasure hunter, Ron Quinn’s stories have been appeared in Arizona Highways, Treasure Magazine and Fate. The Weekly does not know the location of the site Mr. Quinn speaks of, nor could we verify the events mentioned. Therefore, we present his anecdotes as interesting stories–nothing more. –Irene Messina This fascinating journey into the […] Read More

2015: A Nuclear City Under The Ice (Yes, It’s Real)

21st Century Wire says… No, it’s not science fiction. Quite simply, this is a small ‘mini city’ located under the ice, and powered by a small, simple, and reliable reactor plant. Rod Adams describes the US Army research station known as ‘Camp Century’…. “It was powered initially by diesel generators, but the long term plan was nuclear power due to the challenge of delivering fuel across the ice. On January 23, 1959, the US Army signed a contract with ALCO (American Locomotive Company) to design and build a reactor that could be prefabricated in the US, disassembled and delivered to Camp Century. The required timeline was short and there were contract penalties of up to $4,000 per day for missing the agreed delivery date.” “On November 12, 1960, the reactor (designated as PM-2A) started providing electricity and heat to the station. The entire design, build, assemble, test, disassemble, deliver, reassemble, […] Read More

2015: Mysterious Land Mass Appears Overnight Off Japan’s Coast

You would normally expect news of an unusual event off the coast of Japan to be about land disappearing, either because of a tsunami or earthquake or both. That’s not what happened on the northern island of Hokkaido on April 24th when residents of Rausu on the island’s east coast saw a huge landmass rise 10 meters (33 feet) out of the water in less than 24 hours. At the time of this writing, the landmass is an estimated 30 meters (66 feet) wide, 500 meters (1640 feet) long and 15 meters (50 feet) above sea level. Where is it from and what could have caused it? One of the first witnesses of this mysterious rising landmass was a woman harvesting seaweed along the Rausu shore on April 24th. In the time it took to fill her basket, she said the mass had risen to above her head. Before […] Read More

2015: Tesla, Marconi and the Secret City in the Clouds

by Olav Phillips History is replete with stories of lost magical cities. Stories such as the lost city of Z, which claimed the life of legendary explorer Percy Fawcett and his son. Or the lost city of Hy-Brazil, a technology advanced Phantom Island which was known by early mariners to occasionally appear in the Atlantic. The crystalline towers of its main city jutting up off the horizon. Let us not forget Atlantis, Lemuria and even Hyperborea. All mythical islands lost to time or natural disaster. Even Shamballa and Agartha, which were lost in the snows of the Himalayas. There are still other lesser-known, but equally as fascinating lost cities that appear to stand the test of time. The commonality? They all seem to have some sort of amazing high technology and also appear to be phantoms. It is one of those fabled cities which we will now explore. A […] Read More