Month: September 2019

Navy officially acknowledges recent US Navy UFO/UAP videos are real and the objects shown remain officially unexplained.

We’ve posted videos and written about these US Navy UFO/UAP videos over the past few years (see relevant links below). This week, the Navy has finally admitted that the videos are real. The objects captured by Navy pilots are unidentified and inexplicable. Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher told reporters: “The Navy designates the objects contained in these videos as unidentified aerial phenomena.” The videos show UAPs with audio of confused pilots discussing the sightings. The Navy states that the videos have never been cleared for public release hinting that the original leaks several years ago, along with news that the Navy was continuing to run a top-secret UAP investigative program (the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program), were purposefully released by Navy personnel who felt the public should know

Kevin Spacey slips the noose again after accuser dies in middle of sexual assault lawsuit.

Kevin Spacey must have the luck of the Irish on his side. In August 2018, plaintiff’s lawyers presented two alleged victims of Spacey who wished to remain anonymous after expressing “concern for their safety”. In early 2019, he slipped the noose on one case when charges of felony indecent assault and battery were dropped in Nantucket, Massachusetts after the witness, a teenage busboy, suddenly stopped cooperating with investigators. A few months later, the parties “came to a plan” for proceeding with a second anonymous case and envisioned a one-week trial. Spacey objected to the plaintiff’s identity being shielded but a California judge allowed the case to move forward. This week, it looks like the trial will never occur after plaintiff’s attorney informed Spacey that the

A 3,100-mile race around a single New York City block is so long, you’ll need a haircut before finishing it.

It’s called the Everest of Ultra Running. But Mount Everest has been summitted by more than 4,000 people. The Self Transcendence race has only been finished by 43 people in the 22 years it has been run. It is certified as the world’s longest foot race. Runners run the equivalent of two marathons each day for two months. They do this with only five hours sleep each night. They’ll stress internal organs and destroy from 15-30 pairs of shoes before finishing the race. Almost every racer who enters the race will fail. Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3,100 Mile Race The Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3,100 Mile Race takes place in New York City on 84th Avenue, along Grand Central Parkway, around Thomas Edison High School, down 168 Street, and

Man attacked by bear and drug into cave where he was stored for winter food for a month.

It looks like a mummy but it’s a living, breathing man. How he is still living and breathing is a question Russian authorities are seeking to answer. The man was found inside a cave by a passing hunter. Initially the hunter believed the man was dead but after stepping inside the cave, he could see that the man was alive – barely. The man was transported to an area hospital where doctors said they could not explain how the man survived in the remote wilderness for nearly a month. The man had multiple sores on the backs of his legs and back. It was clear he had been immobile for quite some time. Furthermore, his back was broken, and he was emaciated from lack of food. He