Hey, I'm not sure what it is either but residents in Santa Fe, Argentina claim the creature was 7-feet-tall and resembled some sort of horse/chupacabra hybrid. Neighbors reported the creature walked on four long, spindly legs with a face that appeared rabbit-like. The curiosity turned to nightmare when the beast killed two neighborhood dogs – a large German Shepherd and a Pitbull. One witness said “it blew my mind because it looked at us, then turned and walked away” – then proceeded to jump off its back two legs, easily clearing a 15-20 foot wall. Argentinians say the animal is called ASWANG and believe it to be a demon that can transform and take on various animal shapes.
It’s common in third-world countries but may soon spread across the rest of the globe as scientists this week discovered the typhoid bacteria has become resistant to all forms of antibiotics. Researchers are calling the epidemic an “international clarion call” for prevention efforts. One doctor pointed out, “when systems don’t outpace the pathogen, we anticipate a return to the pre-antibiotic era when mortality rates soared”. Before antibiotics, about 1 in 4 faced certain death. For now, scientists believe that azithromycin remains slightly effective but “one more genetic mutation would make it untreatable”. Typhoid fever, caused by the Salmonella Typhi bacteria, is an acute illness transmitted by contaminated food or water. It causes high fevers (i.e. typhoid fever), headaches, generalized pain, lethargy, diarrhea, and vomiting. In third-world countries, about
If you were paying close enough attention, you might have heard it whiz by. In what astronomers are calling a “surprise flyby”, a quarter-mile round asteroid (named 2018 GE3 ) buzzed the earth three days ago, passing just 119,500 miles from the Earth’s atmosphere – about half the distance between Earth and the moon. The asteroid flew by Earth on Sunday, April 15, 2018 and was bout six times the size of the meteor that exploded over Russia’s Ural Mountains in Chelyabinsk in February 2013, injuring more than 1,000 people. Scientists say a meteor about 10-meters wide packs as much energy as a nuclear bomb. The asteroid that passed earth on Sunday measured more than 300 feet across. Still, that’s nothing compared to the size of
When it comes to tit-for-tat between the world’s most powerful countries, it's a game akin to playing chess using human pieces. But sources are saying the recent United States attack against Syria may have been just that. Conspiracists are claiming that the US-led attack included not only France and Britain assistance – but cooperation from Russia too. It seems bizarre, but the proposed pieces do seem to fit the known events. According to sources, the US sought to prove their independence from Russian influence by attacking innocuous sites - with direction from Russia itself. In other words, US leaders worked with Russian leaders to determine a handful of targets in Syria that could be struck while causing the least amount of damage to Syrian and Russian
The many times Ernest Hemingway almost died from bizarre accidents (before taking his life by his own hand).
From the mid 1920’s through the mid 1950’s, Ernest Miller Hemmingway produced some of the world’s greatest literary works. His books are considered American classics for which he was awarded a Nobel Prize. Ultimately Hemmingway died by his own hand, and odd ending to a life plagued with bizarre, horrific accidents, many of which nearly killed him. Hemingway’s early near-death events Hemingway nearly loses a leg after being hit by mortar fire Shortly after high school, Ernest Hemingway enlisted for the Army in order to serve in World War I. He worked as an ambulance driver, transporting wounded soldiers from the battlefield to field hospitals. While at camp and returning from a run to grab chocolate bars for the soldiers, he was wounded by mortar fire (more favorable
The Vallecas Case – the demonic possession of Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro provides compelling evidence of paranormal activity via the official police report of responding officers
The Valecas Case, the demonic possession and subsequent death of Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro, gained legendary status in Spain not just for the events, but for the number of first-hand witnesses including neighbors, friends, hospital workers, and the legal authorities (who filed an official report documenting the events they saw). A change in Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro’s behavior In early 1990, the family of 18-year-old Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro noticed an odd change in her behavior. The family, who lived in Vallecas, a municipality of Spain just south of Madrid, worried when Estefania began suffering from hallucinations and convulsions. In an instant, Estefania would burst into rages, barking, growling, and hissing at her brothers. She told the family she saw “shadows” walking through her room at night. The Lazaro family took