2017: Dragon and Griffin Megaliths Dating Back 12,000 Years to End of Ice Age, or Earlier

By The Siberian Times reporter Unknown ancient people left the newly discovered fantastical creatures hewn of granite in the Altai Mountains. This dragon drawn on a rock weighing a staggering 120 tons is believed to be exceptionally old, a megalith designed by a mysterious ancient population about whom we know nothing.   The unique megaliths were located at Mokhnataya mountain in the Altai region, some 20 kilometers from the resort town of Belokurikha. Archeological researchers who found the granite monuments believe they date back deep into ancient history and were put into position by prehistoric people, yet how they did so, and why, currently defies understanding. The heavyweight dragon seems to be the oldest known image of this mythical creature in Russia. It does not appear to be related to the Chinese style of portraying the mythical creature, but a unique Siberian depiction. The Hermitage museum in St Petersburg has […] Read More

2016: Giant Snowballs Mysteriously Appear in Siberia

Siberia once again proves that the further north you go, the closer you get to a frigid bizarro world where nothing is as it seems and nature messes with minds to make them believe in giants preparing for ice ball battles. Residents of Nyda, a village just north of the Arctic Circle on the Gulf of Ob, have been waking up recently to ever-increasing numbers of giant snowballs and ice balls mysteriously appearing on the beach – perfectly shaped and neatly lined up for miles. We have them only in one place. It’s as if someone spilled them. They are all of different sizes, from tennis balls to volleyball. Who plays volleyball in Siberia? That’s a question for another day. Who or what is making millions of perfect snowballs the size of volleyballs and larger (some measure up to one meter (3.3 feet) in diameter but there’s no sports […] Read More

1973: The 12 Devil’s Graveyards Around The World

By Ivan T. Sanderson Originally Published in SAGA UFO Report Special 1973 Llyod’s of London has kept tabs on world shipping since the formal initiation of insurance as a business a few hundred years ago.  Today, shipping insurance is a worldwide enterprise, and ship losses, are analyzed and regularly reported under six heading: 1)founded, swamped, or burst asunder due to the sea alone  2) burned; 3) collided; 4) wrecked, on rocks, shores or underwater hazards; 5) missing; and, 6) other causes. “Missing” means disappearing, without a trace (wreckage, bodies, etc._ and without any distress calls or signals being picked up. From the first of January 1961 to the end of 1970, Lloyd’s listed 2766 shipping losses; 1136 by wrecking; 771 by foundering, and 70 under disappearing. The largest of the last lot was a 10,000-toner named the Milton Iatridis out of New Orleans, LA. with a cargo of vegetable oils and […] Read More

2015: 7 Facts About Mummies That Are Seemingly Insane, But True

Image source Intriguing things, these mummies. Imagine people taking immaculate care to make corpses last for thousands of years; providing them with every means of luxury that a person might need to lead an extravagant life – from personal servants to do biddings to their favorite pets, along with ample amount of food, drink, and clothes. They also provided them with protection, of curses, of mazes, of hidden entrances, hoping that one day these corpses will rise from the dead. Now, though much of the things surrounding mummies are superstitions and speculations, there are also some actual things that are very weird about these mummies… 1. The mummy of king Ramesses II was issued an Egyptian passport The passport listed his occupation as “King (deceased)”. The mummy was received at Le Bourget airport outside Paris, with the full military honors to befit a king. Fact Source 2. Scientists have discovered […] 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

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

Mysterious Giant Hole Appears In Siberia

Reports are fuzzy, but they’re coming in from around the internet that a large mysterious hole suddenly appeared in the northern area of Siberia. It’s estimated that the hole is around 262 feet across and that its crater shows signs of scorched earth. Discovered by oil workers on a routine helicopter flight, the hole has many speculating its origins. A scientific expedition organised by the Yamal authorities will leave tomorrow to investigate. The team includes experts from Russia’s Centre for the Study of the Arctic, the Cryosphere Institute of the Academy of Sciences and Russia’s Emergencies Ministry. The cause of the hole’s sudden appearance is not yet known. Experts said that the darkening around the inner rim of the crater indicated “severe burning” that scorched its edges. A spokesman for the Emergencies Ministry’s Yamal branch has ruled out a meteorite strike and web speculation about the crater indicating “the […] Read More

2012: Scientists Prove Ancient Alien Cauldrons in Siberia are Real

Published by mitchey179 June 22, 2012, A team of scientists and researchers have just returned from an expedition in Siberia and the Valley of the Dead and are claiming they have found proof of at least five of the legendary cauldrons that ancient aliens supposedly built. A team of Russian scientists and researchers have just returned from the “Valley of Death” region in Siberia with startling claims.  Lead scientist Michale Visok had this to say in an interview with a Russian newspaper on what they had found: “We went out into the Valley of Death to really see and investigate the metal cauldrons that people claim exist there and we actually found five metallic objects buried in marsh like swamps” Michale gave the following details about these metal objects: They are each submerged in small pools of swamp like water that is anywhere from 2-3 feet deep. They are […] Read More

2006: Ice Age blast ravaged America 13,000 years ago

A controversial new idea suggests that a large space rock exploded over North America 13,000 years ago. The blast may have wiped out one of America’s first Stone Age cultures as well as the continent’s big mammals such as the mammoth and the mastodon. The blast, from a comet or asteroid, caused a major bout of climatic cooling which may also have affected human cultures emerging in Europe and Asia. Scientists will outline their evidence this week at a meeting in Mexico. Their impact theory shouldn’t be dismissed; it deserves further investigation — Jeff Severinghaus, Scripps Institution of Oceanography The evidence comes from layers of sediment at more than 20 sites across North America. These sediments contain exotic materials: tiny spheres of glass and carbon, ultra-small specks of diamond – called nanodiamond – and amounts of the rare element iridium that is too high to have come from Earth. […] Read More