The Back To The Future/Atomic Bomb/Gray Aliens Conspiracy Theory.

Jesus, do I get frothy round a conspiracy theory. I just can’t help myself.

Let’s get something clear here, I’m not a conspiracy nut, but I’m nuts for conspiracy theories, there’s a huge difference. The thought, imagination, attention to detail and flat-out commitment given to some of these suspicions are to be applauded. I’m all for alternative thinking, it’s what keeps life interesting.

There are six parts to this independent documentary, which you can watch right here as you adjust your TV antenna on top of your tin foil hat while you drink your non-aspartame beverage.

I flat out love this, from the stern, super serious narration to the orchestral rendition of Metallica’s Nothing Else Matters, sinisterly playing in the background, not to mention the desperate grasping of straws. Simply put the 1985 sci-fi classic Back To The Future is nothing more than a Hollywood driven subliminal message, detailing the link between the Atomic bomb, the advent of Grey aliens on earth, possible Stargates, time travel and Christopher Lloyd. To give away any more detail would simply spoil your enjoyment.

Australian Man Claims Crop Circles Are Genuine.

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A while back some snotty teacher’s pet ruined the imaginative theory for us all that crop circles were made from UFO’s, by hoaxing us with their deliberate man-made circles.

The balloon was popped and everyone went back inside for further drudgery. But now it seems an Australian man has actual proof that crop circles may have existed as far back as 1880, calling into question the hoax theory.

Greg Jefferys, from Hobart, Tasmania, claims that his research could once more show that the circles are an unexplained phenomenon. Using Google Earth’s new 1945 overlay – images of places taken 68 years ago – Jeffreys discovered a large number of crop circles throughout the English countryside using the technology after he had read an article printed in the science journal Nature printed in 1880 about crop circles, which claimed they had been around since the 1700s.

So coupled with this information and his photographic discoveries using the specialised Google Earth technology Jefferys is confident we can once again file crop circles under ‘unexplained’.

To read more about this story chart a course for HERE.

 

All The Best UFO Sightings From The Month Of June.

This excellent montage video was only uploaded on Tuesday from UFO website AnonymousFO and some of the footage featured was only captured last week. As is always the case with these videos there are sightings here which probably could be explained but for every one of them there’s at least three which will leave you scratching your head.

Look out your tin foil hats!

UFOs Caught on Camera In Scotland.

For the two of you who read this website regularly you’ll know we have more than a passing interest in unexplained phenomenon; UFOs, Yetis, the paranormal, Kim Kardashian.

This footage is more exciting than most as it was shot in our own home country of Scotland and the UFOs were accidentally filmed by a dashboard mounted camera on a mountain rescue vehicle during a blizzard.

(via STV News)

Unidentified Sea Orb Freaks Out Boat Crew

Here’s footage of what appears to be a white skimming sea orb or sea disk, or the world’s largest urinal block, call it what you want because it is at present unidentified.

The encounter happened off the coast of Sweden on September 17th and The Examiner detailed the story of how a boat crew witnessed and filmed the disc approach the vessel at some speed before backing off and changing direction. Sceptics have argued that it’s simply a buoy tied to a piece of fishing line which is being trailed by the boat, but upon examining the video you can clearly see the disc is under it’s own control and changes direction and doesn’t maintain the same angle or distance as something under tow. Sceptics, don’t you just hate the way they try to explain and normalise everything, continually taking the fun out of life and mystery, they probably like to explain jokes rather than tell them at parties.

Since the captions/subtitles featured in the video above are in Swedish here’s a handy translation:

Armed Forces: “Could be a submarine.”  Jan Thomquist, Navy tactical commander. 

Buoy movements baffle even the Armed Forces.  Now Malin Quran’s film carefully analyzed. 

“We take the material seriously.  One cannot exclude that a submarine is involved,” says Jan Thomquist, Navy tactical commander.  Sailing Friends observations from Maseskar have reached the Armed Forces. 

Now the data analyzed.  “I understand that they reacted to the buoy movements, the data are very interesting,” says Jan Thomquist, Navy tactical commander of the Armed Forces.

Examine the position.  Now, analysts, among other things to pick up additional witness statements, investigating the precise location, weather conditions, currents and sail the boat’s cruising speed. 

“It’s too early to say what this is.  The reason could be the strong currents, but really, I would not give any more comments until we have completed the analysis,” he says.  Excludes no . . . If a submarine can be involved he would not rule [it] out. 

“I have no reason to do so.  The analysis will show.  We estimate that we have received this report and we will take it very seriously.”

(via American Monsters)