After U.S. admits UFO sightings, Japan says protocols for UAP encounters will be developed.

// May 3rd, 2020 // No Comments » // News

UFO frame in UA military encounter

After the U.S. Defense Department admitted to videos showing unexplained UAPs on Monday, Japan’s Defense Ministry announced plans to draw up protocols for encounters with UFOs. The protocols will include procedures for response tasks, recording requirements, and encounter reporting.

That time in World War II when Japan used a hot air balloon to bomb Oregon and kill six people

// January 19th, 2016 // No Comments » // People in Unusual Circumstances

It may surprise you to find that there were actually six civilian casualties in the 48 states during World War II. The incident occurred in 1945 when a Japanese balloon bomb floated into the United States where it killed six people in rural eastern Oregon. They are the only World War II U.S. combat casualties […]

That time President George Bush’s plane was shot down and he narrowly avoided being eaten by cannibals

// January 8th, 2016 // No Comments » // Government

George Bush Sr. - World War II thumb

When the horrific details were finally revealed to the American public in 2003, it came to be known as the Chichijima Incident (or the Ogasawa Incident) when in late 1944, Japanese soldiers tortured, killed and ate eight American airmen on the Chichi Jima island leaving one sole survivor – 20-year-old Lt. George H. W. Bush […]

Mysterious “ghost ships” arrive on Japan’s shores full of decomposing bodies and skeletons

// December 1st, 2015 // No Comments » // News

Mysterious “ghost ships” arrive on Japan’s shores full of decomposing bodies and skeletons thumb

During the months of October and November 2015, at least eleven decaying, wooden “ghost ships” have been found drifting in the Sea of Japan carrying a disturbing load – the decomposed, skeletonized bodies of dozens of dead people. All bodies on the boats were “partially skeletonized”, two bodies were headless and one boat contained six […]

Pacific Coast fishermen provide proof (photos) that Fukushima is contaminating U.S. fish with radioactive material

// November 3rd, 2015 // No Comments » // News

Despite the government’s “guessing game” over the effects from the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident, many believe the danger is real and that in fact, Americans are being sold radioactive contaminated fish without full disclosure (or understanding) of the danger to their health.

Radiation at Japan’s failed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant much worse than expected – can kill a person in under 1 hour

// November 1st, 2015 // No Comments » // News

It has been revealed that readings at Japan’s failed Fukushima nuclear power plant taken in September 4-25 2015 checks are far higher than expected. Deadly radiation levels of up to 9.4 Sieverts per hour have been recorded at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant – enough to kill a person in less than one hour.

Japan’s abandoned island of Hashima – experience the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse

// January 27th, 2015 // No Comments » // Unusual Places (you can visit)

Hashima Island began life as a vibrant coal mining facility. At one point, with a population density of over 83,500 people per square kilometer, was the most densely populated piece of land on the planet. Barely 2/100 of a square mile, today, aside from rats and a few feral cats, the population of the island […]

Ghost caught on security cam in Japan – woman walks through it (circa 2011)

// November 13th, 2014 // No Comments » // Other Ghosts

This video surfaced around 2011 and sparked much discussion. Years later, the consensus is still out – hoax or real? In the video, which was captured via a security cam on the streets of Japan, you will see a woman walking down the sidewalk (top-right side of frame). As she approaches a man standing stationary […]

Unexplained – Cherry tree seeds sent to space station grow into mutant plants on earth

// April 13th, 2014 // No Comments » // News

As part of an educational program for Japanese children, several cherry tree stones (the hard inner layer that contains the seed) were carried to the International Space Station by Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata in November 2008. Once returned to earth, the seeds were planted in various locations throughout Japan with expectations that the cherry trees […]

Japan’s Yakuza mobsters launch new, public relations website

// April 2nd, 2014 // No Comments » // News

Japan’s biggest organized crime syndicate, the Yakuza, has launched its own website, the content of which, is not what you would expect. Spurred by a poor public image, membership in the Yakuza fell to an all-time low in 2013, slipping below 60,000 members for the first time. The Yakuza’s new website is an attempt to […]

Mutant jaw-dropping brilliant blue crab baffles scientists

// February 3rd, 2014 // No Comments » // News

This beautiful lavender-colored crab was caught off the coast of Russia in the Bering Sea and subsequently shipped with a batch of red crabs to Hokkaido, Japan. Scientists are not sure what caused its brilliant-lavender hue but believe it is either a result of a unique diet component or some sort of mutation. Meanwhile, the […]

Video captures massive mudslide and huge boulder narrowly missing passing car

// September 4th, 2013 // No Comments » // News

Mudslide and massive boulder that narrowly missed passing car thumb

The video below was shot via a dashboard camera during Tropical Storm Kong-Rey near Keelung, Taiwan. In the video you will see a heavy mudslide rain down from the roadside mountain followed by a gigantic boulder that comes to rest mere feet from a car trapped by the debris. The boulder weighs hundreds of tons […]

Large mass of dry-land granite found in Atlantic Ocean suggesting lost continent of Atlantis may have existed there

// May 8th, 2013 // No Comments » // News

The Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology and the Brazilian government announced today that a large mass of granite, normally only found on dry land, has been discovered on the seabed of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Rio de Janeiro. Also found in the area was a large quantify of quartz sand, […]

Giant squid finally caught on film by team of Japanese scientists

// January 8th, 2013 // No Comments » // News

A Japanese team of scientists from Japan’s National Science Museum have captured the first live images of a giant squid. The images, taken from a video, of the silvery, 10-foot-long cephalopod nearly one kilometer below the surface, were taken last July near the Ogasawara Islands, about 620 miles south of Tokyo, Japan. The scientists have […]


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