Shadow People: Last known footage of Sarah McCormick

Three students went missing in June of 2016. Sarah McCormick, Kyle Miller, Joseph Moore, all three went missing together on their trip from Florida to Tennessee. The three students were making a documentary about the mysteries of the Shadow People. Their documentary was cut short at the abandoned Yost house. They were not to be inside the Yost house but the decided to go inside and set up cameras in effort to investigate the Shadows. They found it. Nothing but mystery surrounds this case. Police have no leads in the case. Video surveillance captured the event. [embedded content] Sarah McCormick 23yrs, Kyle Miller 27yrs, & Joseph Moore 28yrs. The students of Tampa, Florida went on a road trip to document the witnesses of Shadow People also known and recognized as the Shadow Man, a ghostly aberration that stalks people primarily in their sleep. There are tens of thousands of […] Read More

The Mysterious Castle Of Coral

It’s very rare to cover a mystery that could actually be real paranormal, just unknown by science, hidden knowledge. And coral castle is one of these mysteries as still to this very day it still remains unexplainable. Coral castle was built in the early 20th century by a very unusual man named Edward. Edward was from Latvia and he decided to leave his homeland and come to America after he was rejected by the girl he loved. Now this girl was only 16 years old and I am not sure how old Edward was at this time but I do believe that he too was also fairly young. And he would always call her his sweet 16. And after he was rejected by this young women he moved to Florida. Then eventually got himself a 10 acre piece of land in homestead just south of Miami. Then he started […] Read More

Betz Sphere Remains A Scientific Mystery Decades After It Was Discovered

The so-called evidence of extraterrestrial has been here for many decades. One of them happened to be the Betz sphere that was found in 1974. Experts conducted several tests of the sphere, and they concluded it as a magnetic object sensitive to magnetic fields, mechanical stimulation, and many sound emissions. They found out that it could stand a pressure of 120,000 pounds per square inch, making them conclude that the thing was composed of stainless steel, particularly magnetic ferrous alloy #431. While many theories have been proposed, experts have never been fully explained the Betz Sphere or Betz Orb. Some suggested that it may be an extraterrestrial object because of the peculiar characteristic behind the artifact. Medical student Terry Mathew Betz discovered the sphere after a massive fire had destroyed a large portion of a forest near his Jacksonville home in Florida. The mysterious object, which measured around 20 […] Read More

9 Clues Indicating Orlando Mass Shooting Is A False Flag Operation

Are we looking at an Orlando false flag with the recent mass shooting at Pulse (a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida) where over 50 people were reportedly killed? by Makia Freeman | bonus by Alexander Light False flag attacks happen in the US with a certain and predictable regularity. It has been awhile since the last major false flag attack on US soil (San Bernardino), interspersed with one in Europe (Brussels). In recent years, the NWO manipulators throw a false flag operation into the mix every so often for numerous reasons. A first is to ensure the public doesn’t forget about being scared of being attacked anywhere at any time in their home towns. A second is to ensure the public doesn’t forget to continue being afraid of the bogeyman du jour (in this case ISIS or Islamic terrorism, better named Zio-Islamic terrorism in deference to the real force […] Read More

Cop Slams Mom’s Face to the Ground as She Dropped Her Kids Off at School Over Tinted License Plate Cover

Gratuitous violence. Tampa, FL — As Liz Vargas was walking her daughter into school on November 5, officer Kevin Fitzpatrick heroically swooped in to protect the citizens of Tampa from Vargas’ tinted license plate cover. Not having done anything wrong, and upset that she was being harassed in front of her children, Vargas voiced her discontent. “Then  because I was in my pj’s he called me bummy, and he accused me of illegal drugs, that’s why I got argumentative,” Vargas said of the incident. Within 34 seconds of his encounter with Vargas, Fitzpatrick grabbed her wrist and had slammed the innocent woman to the ground, face first. After being brutally assaulted in front of her child by police, Vargas retained attorney Brett Szematowicz. “At best that could be explained away that he thought there was an officer safety issue with her pointing up at the sky, but he never said […] Read More

Police Say There Is ‘Absolutely No Evidence’ This Man Was Beaten

Police in Florida are now claiming that there is “absolutely no evidence” that the man in the picture above was beaten. Shortly after images of his bloody mug shot began to circulate on social media, it became clear to most that 31-year-old Jamell Adamson had been brutalized by the police. But a Florida sheriff says that this could have all be a coincidence. Maybe Adamson just tripped and fell, sustaining these injuries, and decided to blame the cops. Yes, that’s seriously what the Sheriff and Martin County Deputy William Jaques, expect you to believe. Jaques pulled over Adamson for expired tags, but Adamson did not pull over right away. When he did, Jaques tried to violently grab him but he was was pushed away, and Adamson tried to get away. Jaques warned Adamson to stop, then shot him with a Taser. He claims that all of the severe injuries to […] Read More

Grayson, Toomey lead in small-donor funding in competitive Senate races

The 2016 presidential candidates are well ensconced in the money race, but they are not the only ones infected with donation fever. Candidates in competitive Senate races are trying to raise as much money as they possibly can, while also seeking to boast that they receive more small-dollar donations, a sign that they are more in touch with voters and the grassroots. Thus far, it looks like Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) and Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) have the most boasting to do. Among major candidates in competitive Senate races, Grayson received the largest proportion of his funds from small-dollar donations (under $200) at 47 percent, or almost $213,000 out of nearly $454,000 raised. Toomey, on the other hand, has the largest dollar amount raised from small donations, at just under $1.6 million. But he also raised the most in total, nearly $13.8 million, so his small-donation share is just 11 percent. […] Read More

Insidious Path to Oligarchy

Evidence has mounted that the presidential election of 2000 was probably stolen by George W. Bush in the days leading up to and following voting on November 7, 2000. Now fifteen years later, there are three, whose fingerprints were all over the effort, now standing in positions of power – one has already been instrumental in changing the way elections are held, a process now more chaotic and less democratic. The other two are running for president as Republicans. Chief Justice John Roberts was in the thick of the contested election in Florida in 2000. He was a known and treasured legal mind for conservatives. He had served in Reagan’s Justice Department, and as Counsel to the President in the 1980s. He was a nominee of George H.W. Bush to the US Court of Appeals. When an automatic recount began on election night, kicked off by the closeness of […] Read More

The absurd American police state is in our schools

  Today’s headlines about punishing school kids reads more like The Onion than reality.  But it’s actually not even remotely funny, the majority of our nation’s kids are being subjected to the American police state every day. West Virginia is a microcosm of the American police state, one in three children was considered truant in the state by 2012, the latest year for which statistics were available, while 40 percent of juvenile court referrals — about 2,750 children — were for truancy. Students who miss only 5 unexcused days of school may be referred to juvenile court. A number of these children are removed from their homes and placed in facilities.   Students with 10 unexcused absences will still be referred to court, and the children as well as parents and guardians can be arrested. The ACLU dubbed its campaign “5 Days to Life,” underscoring how youngsters’ involvement in the juvenile […] Read More

NFL Player Sues Police After Being Wrongfully Detained And Accused Of Public Masturbation

Fort Myers, Florida – Last month, police wrongfully detained professional football player Nate Allen and accused him of masturbating in public, an accusation which could potentially soil his reputation forever. On February 16th, Allen had the misfortune of being in the same neighborhood where a man was driving around, exposing himself and masturbating while driving a vehicle. For some reason or another, Allen was wrongfully targeted by police, detained, and formally accused of indecent exposure. The next day the news was filled with headlines that implicated Allen in humiliating acts that he did not commit. After a prolonged detainment, Allen was let go by police, but he was still a formal suspect in their case. Upon further investigation, police learned that there was no possible way that Allen was guilty. Video surveillance footage surfaced which showed the victim’s car, as well as Allen’s, and the videos indicated that it […] Read More

Dept Hires Cop Who Was Fired For Lying And Excessive Force, Say He’s A ‘Nice Guy’

Chris | InformationLiberation Former Orange County, Florida sheriff’s deputy Jeff Iannuzzi was fired for lying and using excessive force, yet Ocoee, Florida police just hired him, telling the media he’s a “nice guy” who just has some “anger issues.” From WFTV: ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A former Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputy who was fired for excessive force is now working elsewhere as a police officer, WFTV has learned. Jeff Iannuzzi was fired from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in 2010, but was later hired at the Ocoee Police Department. Ocoee city leaders defended their decision. Sources told WFTV reporter Shannon Butler that Iannuzzi is a nice guy, but has had some anger issues during arrests. He was sworn in two weeks ago. They did not address his past firing, but said he is qualified for what he is doing now. A little more than four years ago, Brandyn […] Read More

Giant Mound Builder Skeletons Found in Tampa, Florida – Nephilim?

This piece of news was published in The Woodville Republican on August 27, 1927. ampa, Fla. – Giant Indians who roamed Florida swamps 500 years ago or more, living on shell foods which they cracked with their teeth, is a picture unfolded by archaeologists who have delved into a burial ground on a gulf island near here. The skeletons were discovered on a small section of land where a lone fisherman has lived for years. Scientists estimated the bones are at least 500 years old and are remains of a tribe known as the Caribs, natives of the West Indies. They are believed to have inhabited the state and adjacent islands before the arrival of Spaniards in Florida. The skulls, larger than those of current history, battered and crushed, indicated tribal battles. The jaw and teeth are unusually large, Likewise are the bones, indicating the Indians of past ages […] Read More