Does the pentagon have the body of a Bigfoot on Ice? What do the Russians know about animal ESP? - Can you really handle the truth? New Page Books and the author of “Wildman”, “Man-Monkey” and “The Real Men In Black”, bring you this fantastic new title on the subject of government involvement in the lives of Earth's most gruesome monsters. From the link between the CIA and the Abominable Snowman, to a military connection with werewolves, if you like weird stuff – you'll find it all here. One particularly interesting chapter deals with British big cats, and relays information about a parliamentary debate held in 1998 on that very subject. Apparently, a survey into sightings, carried out in 1996, placed big cats in no less that 34 English counties, and various FOI requests also reveal the baffling extent of police and state involvement............
Posted: 6/3/2013 8:45:17 AM Reads: 433 Submitted By: Lee Brickley Source: www.theconspiracyreview.com Category: Cryptozoology
Over the last thirty years or so, the disclosure of previously top secret files from the U.S government and shocking victim testimony, have been painting a rather bleak image of “the west's” attitude to the science of mind control. As far back as the 1930s, the American establishment is known to have used biological warfare on unwilling and often even unknowing subjects from within their own populous. We know now that in 1931 Dr. Cornelius Rhoads, under the auspices of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Investigations, infected human subjects with cancer cells. He later went on to establish the U.S. Army Biological Warfare facilities in Maryland, Utah, and Panama, and was invited to the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. While there, he began a further series of radiation exposure experiments on American soldiers and civilian hospital patients, all with the express permission of, and acting under the direct guidance of Herbet Hoover's government. But it doesn't stop there.
Posted: 5/7/2013 8:57:33 PM Reads: 641 Submitted By: Lee Brickley Source: www.theconspiracyreview.com Category: Conspiracy Theories
These days, truly mysterious events seem to occur less and less frequently. A sad fact I know, but thanks to advances in CCTV, DNA analysis and forensic-science, many happenings that previously had no explanation, can now be understood. That is certainly not to say that odd affairs do not manifest, just that many acts we formerly attributed to the paranormal, can be demystified. However, when I read this book, I was totally blown away. Written by security operative Colin Hall, it chronicles an investigation into two very strange crashes in England and France, that may or may not have had an out-of-this-world / paranormal element. It is alleged that the crash in England, on the M6 motorway, involved 17 vehicles, including 3 trucks. Miraculously no one was killed, although there are reports that suggest a few people were taken to hospital. The mystery comes in the form of three main elements: a tachometer from one of the trucks involved showed that it's speed was reduced dramatically around one minute b
Posted: 5/7/2013 8:55:52 PM Reads: 369 Submitted By: Lee Brickley Source: www.theconspiracyreview.com Category: Abductions
Paranormal windows are an increasingly common theory used to explain sightings pertaining to supernatural phenomena witnessed in a condensed environment. If you dig deep enough, most places in the world have their own monster myths and legends, this is widely accepted, but thanks to the endlessly intriguing “wizard of weirdness”, you no longer need a $3,000 aeroplane ticket to learn about them – not for the top 25 at least! Beginning in the world famous “Bermuda Triangle”, Nick takes the reader on a fascinating journey into some of what he regards as the strangest places on earth. From the Berwyn mountains in Wales where it is claimed an ancient fish monster resides, to more recognisable locations like Roswell New Mexico, famous for the …. well, I’m sure you remember - this is surly Redfern at his best.
Posted: 5/7/2013 8:54:29 PM Reads: 409 Submitted By: Lee Brickley Source: www.theconspiracyreview.com Category: Mysterious Phenomena
Quite uniquely, this publication delves into ghosts, unknown animals and even UFO sightings reported around the 11,000 mile long coast-land of Great Britain. From phantom ships to dragons and serpents, the sheer quantity of information in this book must be recognized as truly impressive. One of the most interesting tale's contained within the text deals with a potentially otherworldly encounter witnessed by a pilot named Captain Schaffner, who in 1970 took to the skies to investigate an anomaly picked up by a radar operator in the Shetland Islands. Once in the air Schaffner reported seeing a craft travelling at 630mph which emitted a dazzling blue light that almost blinded him. Soon contact with the radar operators was lost and Schaffner's plane is reported as having crashed into the sea. No-one knows what he saw that night, and thanks to the overly secretive M.O.D, they probably never will – Still, what an interesting account!
Posted: 5/7/2013 8:53:17 PM Reads: 409 Submitted By: Lee Brickley Source: www.theconspiracyreview.com Category: Ghosts