Aliens responsible for FRBs? First UFO proof of 2018? UFO over Oregon? Noah’s Ark and his unlimited family plan. Woman marries pirate, but the whole story is stranger than fiction. Time machine revealed from a deep freeze. Book of the week, UFO Mysteries Alien Abduction and Close Encounters, by Gary Jeffrey.
DoD admits it was looking for UFOs. California ‘spaced out’ with scene in the sky. A look back at some of the top stories over the years of the Paranormal News Insider leading up to the reveal of the top two stories of the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2017!
Someone else steps forward with the “best evidence ever” of Bigfoot. Strange things (still) “a foot” in British Columbia. NASA’s big announcement revealed. Plus, the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2017 continues with #4 and #3! The Book of the Week, Cryptid Culture issue #7.
Will the new Bigfoot museum have a bust or be a bust? Proof of Bigfoot coming this Friday? Standing in the way of you seeing it for yourself? Pay per view. Can you survive the 24 hour Sasquatch Challenge? Or afford it? Tassie sighting (again with no proof). Cryptid news dragon’ on and on. Vampires on the loose in Africa. Book of the Week, "Popular Science: Are We Alone?: Searching For Life In Space" (Special Edition).
Chicago Phantom reports continue. Mountain lion cubs in Tennessee? MUFON sighting statistics for August. Physicists discover there is no life after death. Keeping tabs on Tabby and are Fast Radio Bursts from E.T.s? The Book of the Week, "A Wish for Giants", by Aaron Dunbar.
Chicago Phantom reaches the peak. Monkey business in Houston, Texas. SETI finds alien signal close to Earth. #UFOcornwall is a #PRflop. Breaking and entering for nothing. The Book of the Week, "Handbook for the Amateur UFO Investigator", by Brian D. Parsons.
Chicago Phantom chased by police! A bit of monkey business in Florida. SETI just wants to see some frickin’ laser beams. History Channel gets facts wrong. Dead Bigfoot? The Book of the Week, "Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life", by Spencer Johnson.