Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The Haunted Del Coronado Hotel

The Haunted Hotel Del Coronado : San Diego has many haunted hotels, but the hotel Del Coronado remains one of San Diego's most haunted locations. The haunted hotel is located on Coronado island and continues to be one of the top hotels in San Diego since it was built in 1888.

Kate Morgan reportedly killed herself with a gunshot to the head. Her body was found on the steps leading to the beach. A ghostly apparition is seen not only in her room, (which is now room 3312) but around other areas of the hotel as well.

Haunted Room 3312 : Visitors have experienced flickering lights, a television that turns on and off, cold breezes coming from nowhere, strange smells and sounds, things moving on their own, doors opening and closing by themselves, and unexplained footsteps and voices.

Her apparition has also been seen walking along the beach, down the hallways, and in the gift shop. Objects in the gift shop fly off the shelves by themselves! The items usually land upright and always unbroken?

Kate Morgan, a young woman in her mid-twenties, checked into the hotel alone under the name "Lottie A Bernard" from Detroit. Five days later, on November 29th, Kate was found dead outside on the hotel staircase leading to the beach. She had a gunshot wound to the head, which the San Diego coroner later determined to be self-inflicted. Some believe she was murdered. According to hotel employees, she arrived to the hotel alone and unhappy. She was waiting for a gentleman to join her. After five lonely days Kate was found dead!!! Who was the man she was supposed to meet?

The 1980 investigation by a San Francisco lawyer determined that foul play was very possible. His evidence was a statement during the coroner's inquest that mentioned that the bullet in Morgan's head did not match that of her own gun!!!!!!

UFO Investigators Film Area 51 Up Close!

Area 51 Filmed Up Close By UFO Investigators :  Tim Doyle and Tracey Sue recently captured video of Area 51! They filmed the top secret base from Tikaboo Peak which is about 42 miles away. The base was so far they had to use a telephoto lens! Check them out at Ufo Seekers on Youtube!

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

New Alien Hunting Instrument Developed By SETI

SETI Alien Hunting Laser : SETI Has developed a new way to hunt for Alien life! Known as "Laser SETI", the project is now under development and is seeking supporters!

How does it work? What if an advanced alien civilization were 'pinging' us with short pulses of laser light in an effort to get our attention?

Conventional telescopes cannot pick up such pulses, so we would never seem them.

SETI has come up with a new type of instrument specifically designed to scan space for short pulses of light.

The SETI Institute (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence)

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Monday, July 17, 2017

Observatory Receives Alien Signal From Nearby Star?

Strange Alien Signal Detected From Dwarf Star Ross 128 :  GETTY Researchers think they may have found evidence of alien life. The signal is coming from a red dwarf star know as Ross 128. There are no known planets around Ross 128, adding to the mystery. University of Puerto Rico astrobiologist Abel Mendez said that the star was observed for 10 min using the Arecibo Observatory - a massive radio telescope in Puerto Rico.

Mr Mendez said that the signal was "almost periodic", and although it is unlikely that it originates from alien beings, it cannot be ruled out.

He said: "Success will be to find the signal again in the star but not its surrounding[s]. If we don't get the signal then the mystery deepens.

Has E.T. phoned home? We will know someday.

Picture : Ross 128 is a small red dwarf star in the constellation of Virgo. ESA/NASA

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

List of Prehistoric Fish Alive Today!

Prehistoric Fish Alive Today : Welcome to our list of top prehistoric fish alive today! What other prehistoric creatures are still in our oceans?? This list proves there are many strange creatures left in this world to discover!

The Coelacanth is the most famous of all “living fossils”, because it is the best example of a “Lazarus taxon”, this is, animals that were supposed to be long extinct and are unexpectedly found to be alive. Coelacanths were supposed to have become extinct in the Cretaceous period, along with the dinosaurs, but in 1938, a live specimen was caught in South Africa. Since then, more specimens have been seen and photographed, and a second coelacanth species was even found in Indonesia in 1999.

Coelacanths are large predators, up to 2 meters (6′ 6″) long; they feed on smaller fish, including small sharks, and are usually found in deep, dark waters. Although rarely captured and consumed due to their horrible taste, coelacanths are critically endangered nowadays.

According to the fossil record, hagfish have existed for over 300 million years, which means they were already old when dinosaurs took over the world! Found in relatively deep waters, these animals are sometimes called slime eels, but they are not really eels, and actually, they may not even be fish at all, according to some scientists. They are very bizarre animals in all regards; they have a skull but lack a spine, and they have two brains. Almost blind, they feed at night on the carcasses of large animals (fish, cetaceans etc) which fall to the sea bottom. They owe their “slime eel” nickname to the fact that they produce a slimey substance to damage the gills of predatory fish; as a result, they have virtually no natural enemies.


The lancetfish has a very obvious “prehistoric” appearance, with those fierce-looking, sharp teeth on its jaws and the sail on its back, reminiscent of that of some dinosaurs (although, in the lancetfish the sail is actually an enlarged dorsal fin). Even its scientific name has a dinosaurian sound to it (Alepisaurus ferox). Up to two meters (6′ 6″) in length, this predator is found in all the oceans except for polar regions; very voracious, it feeds on smaller fish and squid, and has known to feed on members of its own species sometimes.

Frilled Shark
This deep sea predator, one of the most primitive sharks alive today, is a relic from the Cretaceous period, when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Seldom seen alive, and only recently filmed for the first time, the frilled shark can grow up to 2 meters (6′ 6″) (with females being larger than males) and they live in deep waters, where they feed mostly on squid.

They are not dangerous to humans, and as a matter of fact, most frilled sharks spend their whole lives without seeing a human being. Only dead or dying specimens are usually seen and recorded by fishermen or scientists.

Belonging to the ancient group of the Osteoglossids, these fish already existed in the Jurassic period. Today, they are found in the Amazon, and in parts of Africa, Asia and Australia. Sometimes kept as exotic pets, arowanas are voracious predators that feed on any small animal they can catch, including birds and bats which they catch in mid flight (they are able to leap up to 2 meters (6′ 6″) into the air). In China, arowanas are known as “dragon-fish” due to their appearance, and they are thought to be harbingers of good luck.

Polypterus Senegalus
These fish are often called “dinosaur eels”, due to their reptilian appearance and serrated dorsal fin, reminiscent of some dinosaurs’ spiked backs. They are not really eels, but members of the bichir family. Bichirs were already around in the Cretaceous, so the “dinosaur” part of their name is actually fitting in a way. Although often sold as exotic pets, dinosaur eels are prone to escaping their fish tanks. They can survive out of the water for long periods of time as long as their skin remains wet, which enables them to wander far away from their tank.


Another survivor from the age of dinosaurs (they were already around in the early Jurassic), the sturgeon is well known for being one of the main sources of caviar (which is made out of their roe or egg masses); due to overfishing, these magnificent, armored fish are sadly endangered nowadays.

The largest sturgeon species can grow up to 6 meters (19′ 7″) long, being as large as most great white sharks; they feed on small animals from the sea bottom and pose no danger to humans, unless provoked (although they are so big that they have hurt, and even killed, people unintentionally by leaping out of the water and landing on boats!)

A close relative to the arowana, the Amazonian arapaima is sometimes considered to be the largest freshwater fish in the world. According to early descriptions, it could grow up to 4.5 meters (14′ 8″) long, but today, enormous individuals like these are seldom found and most adult arapaimas average 2 meters (6′ 6″) long.

These slow moving predators feed on smaller fish, crustaceans and whatever small animal they can fit in their mouth. An interesting trait of this fish is that it needs to breath oxygen from the air, like a cetacean, in order to survive. Arapaimas pose no danger to humans and are often hunted for their meat; unfortunately, they are very scarce nowadays.

Although the arapaima seemingly appeared in the Miocene period, it belongs to a much older family, the Osteoglossidae, and therefore its origins can be traced back to the age of dinosaurs.

This critically endangered animal is a survivor from the Cretaceous period, and can be found both in saltwater or in rivers and creeks, and has been found up to 100 kms inland. Up to 7 meters (23′) in length, sawfish may look like sharks but are actually more closely related to rays. Their “saw” is both a weapon and a sensory organ, covered on electro-sensitive pores which allow it to sense prey despite its terrible eyesight. Although usually peaceful, the sawfish can become extremely dangerous if provoked.

Due to an extraordinary fossil, we know that gigantic, prehistoric sawfish were probably a staple food for the largest carnivorous dinosaur, Spinosaurus, as a vertebra from the fish was found stuck between the dinosaur’s teeth. 

Alligator Gar
This formidable, thick scaled predator is found in the southern US and northern and eastern Mexico, being the largest freshwater fish in North America (although it sometimes wanders into the sea).

It can grow up to 4 meters (13′) long and weigh up to 200 kgs (440lbs). Gator gars are so called because of their reptilian appearance and long jaws, armed with a double row of sharp teeth.
They are voracious ambush predators and have been known to bite humans on occasion, although no confirmed deaths due to alligator gars have been recorded to date. Gars are among the oldest fish alive today; their origins can be traced back to the Cretaceous period.

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Monday, January 30, 2017

Aliens on the Moon

Aliens on the Moon is a great documentary!
Definitely watch this video about aliens and their alien bases on the Moon.

Never-before-aired NASA footage presents evidence that the Moon is being used as a base.


  (as Robert C. Kiviat)


  (as Robert C. Kiviat)