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  • Mystery divers rescued near Polish energy sites in the middle of the night offer dubious explanation, and vanish

    01/20/2023 3:04:01 PM PST · by algore · 40 replies
    Coast guards rescued three divers off the northern coast of Poland over the weekend whose dubious explanation of their night-time dive near critical energy infrastructure, along with their mysterious identities, has reportedly sparked a cross-agency investigation. The three men, who told authorities they were Spanish nationals, were rescued near the Polish coastal city of Gdansk on Saturday night after their small motorboat broke down and they couldn't return to shore. Since then, doubts over their intentions have mounted. They were rescued not far from the Naftoport facility at the Port of Gdansk, which receives tanker shipments of oil and other...
  • Why are antennas popping up all over the foothills? Salt Lake City seeks to solve mystery

    01/07/2023 6:17:28 PM PST · by dynachrome · 74 replies
    KSLtv ^ | 1-4-23 | MICHAEL LOCKLEAR
    On Wednesday, Salt Lake City public lands officials hiked for hours up a snowy trail to remove a mysterious device – one that’s popping up all over the foothills. It consists of a locked battery box, a solar panel, and an antenna, according to Tyler Fonarow, the city’s recreational trails manager. “These towers have been bolted into different peaks and summits and ridges around the foothills,” Fonarow explained, “and it started with one or two, and now it might be as much as a dozen.” The first ones appeared about a year ago, but Fonarow said many more were found...
  • Idaho cops may finally have lead in student murders as they probe abandoned white Hyundai

    12/20/2022 8:57:47 PM PST · by linMcHlp · 44 replies
    New York Post ^ | 12/20/2022 Tuesday | Selim Algar
    Idaho police are investigating a white Hyundai Elantra found abandoned in Oregon for a possible link to the unsolved slayings of four college students last month. Aware that Moscow, Idaho, officials were on the lookout for a vehicle fitting that description, Eugene police called the department to alert them to the car, which was badly damaged and had no license plates. Idaho police have appealed for help finding a white 2011-2013 model Elantra seen in the “immediate area” of the off-campus home where the friends were stabbed to death in the early hours of Nov. 13
  • Teen kills ‘monster’ deer in Alabama. Mystery remains how this rare species got there Teen kills ‘monster’ deer in Alabama. Mystery remains how this rare species got there

    11/26/2022 4:29:03 PM PST · by DUMBGRUNT · 68 replies
    Ledger-Enquirer ^ | 26 Nov 2022 | MARK RICE
    It’s tough to tell which fact is more surprising: That a red stag deer, not native to North America, was roaming around Randolph County, Alabama. Or that, after countless veteran hunters sought this elusive animal for months, a teenager who never harvested a deer in nearly 50 previous hunts, is the guy who killed it. Or that this specimen — estimated at more than 300 pounds — was so big, part of it dangled from his GMC Z71 pickup truck on the way to the processor, where it was too heavy for one scale and maxed out another. Or that...
  • Biden’s Delaware visitors shrouded in mystery as Secret Service insists no records exist

    10/05/2022 6:18:54 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 36 replies
    NY Post ^ | 10/05/2022 | Steve Nelson
    WASHINGTON — The Secret Service says it checked again and still can’t find any records that identify visitors to President Biden’s Delaware residences — where he has spent roughly one-fourth of his presidency — outraging Republicans and prompting one congressman to say “the stonewalling and gaslighting must stop.” The agency made the baffling claim in its denial of a Freedom of Information Act appeal from The Post. Secret Service deputy director Faron Paramore wrote in a letter dated Sept. 27 that “the agency conducted an additional search of relevant program offices for potentially responsive records.” “This search also produced no...
  • Study finds Australian caves are up to 500,000 years older than we thought, and it could explain a megafauna mystery

    09/27/2022 10:03:41 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 18 replies
    Phys.org ^ | 9/27/2022 | Rieneke Weij, Jon Woodhead, Kale Sniderman and Liz Reed
    South Australia's Naracoorte Caves is one of the world's best fossil sites, containing a record spanning more than half a million years. Among the remains preserved in layers of sand are the bones of many iconic Australian megafauna species that became extinct between 48,000 and 37,000 years ago.The reasons for the demise of these megafauna species are intensely debated. But the older the fossils we can find, the better we can understand the species' evolution and extinction.To date, determining the precise age of the caves has been difficult. However our research demonstrates, for the first time, how old Naracoorte's caves...
  • Tensions rise amid frustration over mystery Manchin deal

    09/18/2022 5:05:46 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 21 replies
    The hill ^ | 09/17/2022 | ARIS FOLLEY AND RACHEL FRAZIN
    Lawmakers are frustrated about being kept in the dark as Democratic leaders strategize how to jimmy an energy deal struck with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) behind closed doors through Congress — while also averting a government shutdown. Democratic leadership is aiming to use a must-pass government-funding bill to advance an energy permitting proposal by Manchin by the end of the month. But with roughly two weeks standing between Congress and the critical funding deadline, tensions are simmering over the closely-kept negotiations.
  • True crime sleuth claims he found Kiely Rodni’s laptop, other items

    09/14/2022 6:44:25 AM PDT · by mac_truck · 19 replies
    NY Post ^ | 09/10/2022 | Dana Kennedy
    A true crime fan who runs an online account called Checkit TV said he found a laptop and other items belonging to 16-year-old Kiely Rodni in the California lake where her body was found submerged in her car last month. The sleuth, who does not make his name public, claims to have made the discovery while out rowing in the reservoir and dived down to retrieve the items, The Sun reported. The other objects included a duffel bag, hairbrush, charge cord, and gift box. Rodni, an honors student, went missing just after midnight on Aug. 6 after a rowdy end-of-school...
  • Pillow Of Death 1945 murder/mystery

    08/24/2022 7:48:38 PM PDT · by ValleyofHope · 11 replies
    Just a good black and white mystery movie for a Wednesday night... Enjoy!
  • NASA calls ‘mystery’ rocket crash on moon highly unusual

    07/02/2022 7:40:26 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 33 replies
    KTLA ^ | Jared Gans
    The agency said the double crater might indicate that the rocket had a large mass on each end of it. A rocket that has used up its fuel usually will just have its mass on the end with the motor, with the other side being an empty fuel tank. The rocket’s origin is uncertain, but the double crater that it produced might reveal its identity, according to the release. A rocket body hitting the moon has not created a double crater before, the release states.
  • Elgar’s ‘Enigma Variations’: The Mystery Behind The Masterpiece

    06/23/2022 12:38:00 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 8 replies
    Udiscovermusic ^ | June 16, 2022 | Cyrus Meher-Homji
    Discover the unsolved mystery behind Elgar’s ‘Enigma Variations’ which established his international reputation.It was Elgar’s Enigma Variations (or Variations On An Original Theme to use its original title) that catapulted Elgar to international renown. And it came relatively late in life, when the composer was in his early forties. Elgar composed his Enigma Variations between October 1898 and February 1899 and the work premiered in London on 19 June 1899. Why ‘Enigma’? Because Elgar was secretive about the work’s theme. And the theme was not a straightforward theme in itself. Listening to it you hear syncopations which almost seem to...
  • ‘Unidentified Amarillo Object’: Strange figure caught on camera at Amarillo Zoo

    06/09/2022 7:15:47 AM PDT · by Army Air Corps · 92 replies
    KCBD Channel 11 Lubbock ^ | 8 June 2022 | Kaitlin Johnson and Alyssa Riggs
    AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) - The City of Amarillo is asking for help identifying a strange figure seen on surveillance camera at the Amarillo Zoo. Security cameras captured the image around 1:25 a.m. on May 21 inside a perimeter fence at the Amarillo Zoo. The zoo staff discovered the odd photo while going through security cameras. The city is encouraging the public to submit ideas for what the figure could be in the spirit of fun and curiosity. “We’d love to hear feedback from the community on what they think it might be. It’s a very unique picture, and we’re excited...
  • Watch: Mysterious South China Sea Missile Launch Came Dangerously Close To Commercial Airliner

    05/27/2022 1:34:36 PM PDT · by blam · 20 replies
    Zubu Brothers ^ | 5-27-2022
    An unknown foreign military in southeast Asia has reportedly test launched an SLBM, or submarine-launched ballistic missile, which appears to have endangered a nearby commercial aircraft full of people. Stunning video taken from a Cathay Pacific Boeing 777 as it flew over the South China Sea just as the unidentified submarine launched the missile shows the airliner remarkably close. The Drive reports that it was likely a test of either the Chinese or South Korean military, but not even the precise date of the event has been confirmed at this point: Twitter user @jchovernut, a pilot for U.S.-based airline Allegiant...
  • Are Africa’s Low Covid Death Rates Really A Mystery?

    04/07/2022 3:05:11 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 41 replies
    plantbasednews.org/ ^ | 24th March 2022 | Dr. Gemma Newman
    Despite low vaccination rates, countries across the African sub-continent reported few cases and Covid-related deaths Covid-19 was expected to ravage the unvaccinated populations of Central and West African countries as the pandemic began to rip through the continent. But something curious happened – or did not happen – which has left scientists baffled. Counties such as Sierra Leone, with eight million people and where malaria, Ebola, TB, and HIV have caused such devastation, have registered very few cases and barely any covid deaths; 123 in total, with Kamakwie district having reported just 11 cases and no deaths since the pandemic...
  • ‘Death On The Nile’ Is Cinematic Champagne

    02/24/2022 10:03:51 AM PST · by Kaslin · 24 replies
    The Federalist ^ | February 24, 2022 | Elle Reynolds
    It’s been said that “peace is that brief, glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading.” For the brief moment between the two global wars of the 20th century, everybody who could afford it stood around gloriously drinking champagne. The sorrows of the Great War weren’t only personal — they launched a generation into the indulgence and excess that have become trademarks of their era. Perceiving the fragility of life, the partiers of the 1920s and ’30s took the eat-drink-and-take-pleasure advice of Ecclesiastes to heart, often in a less than biblical manner. A century later, the glamor still fascinates...
  • Mystery as Hundreds of Dead Birds Fall From the Sky Onto Road

    02/12/2022 2:14:26 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 32 replies
    Manchester Evening News ^ | 11 FEB 2022 | Laura Clements, Ellie Kemp
    "I heard a bang and then a load of birds landed on my car"A woman was left spooked after she encountered dozens of dead birds lying on a road as she was driving home. Michaela Pritchard said the scene looked like a 'massacre' as she travelled on the road between Waterston and Hazelbeach in Pembrokeshire on Thursday evening (10 February). And she wasn't the only person to notice, with one man adding that he heard a loud bang before seven or eight birds rained down on his car in nearby Waterston. But there was apparently little explanation for what caused...
  • Houston couple found slain 40 years ago identified, but baby daughter still missing

    01/17/2022 3:35:23 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 17 replies
    WSB-TV 2 ^ | 1/17 | Crystal Bonvillian
    Hollie Marie Clouse would now be 41 years old. The Florida infant was barely a year old in 1980 when her parents, newlyweds Harold Dean Clouse Jr. and Tina Gail Linn, uprooted their small family and headed to Houston for a job opportunity. A few months later, the couple’s families stopped hearing from them. They never saw them again. Now, with the help of genetic genealogists, authorities have identified a murdered couple found in a wooded area of Harris County the following January as Clouse and Linn. There remains one problem, however. “The closure of these cases has led to...
  • D.B. Cooper Deep Family Secrets

    12/12/2021 11:59:32 PM PST · by AzNASCARfan · 41 replies
    Youtube ^ | Dec 12, 2021 | Dan Gryder
    This is a long documentary that finally puts this to bed in my mind... I have followed this story for 50 years now and I think he deserves a Pulitzer prize for this video that pretty much shows that the whole story has been allowed to remain a mystery as an FBI coverup, because the truth would be embarrassing. I can't say any more without being a spoiler.D.B. Cooper Deep Family Secrets
  • [SNIP] MAC address phenomenon in inoculated individuals

    11/24/2021 1:52:27 PM PST · by Fractal Trader · 96 replies
    Orwell City ^ | 24 November 2021 | Dr. Luis De Benito
    Dr. Luis Miguel De Benito, a digestive physician with a Ph.D. in molecular biology, presents an excerpt of the research on the mysterious MAC addresses detected in vaccinated individuals with Bluetooth apps. It's a brief report that he has sent to different research teams worldwide and will be released in its entirety on the 31st of this month. In this short preview, Dr. De Benito explains what he has observed and what could be the possible causes of this phenomenon. [SNIP] Of the 137 patients questioned, 112 said they had been vaccinated, and 25 said they hadn't been vaccinated. None...
  • Lin Wood hints: Those planes that allegedly hit the World Trade Center were CGI – HotAir

    10/05/2021 9:14:48 AM PDT · by FryingPan101 · 59 replies
    Hot Air ^ | October 4, 2021 | AllahPundit
    There had to have been an audio component to the CGI too. I was two blocks away and heard the second plane go in. Maybe there were giant loudspeakers set up nearby broadcasting the sound of a jumbo jet flying perilously low overhead. If so, the plotters did a great job. The audio was really convincing. Anyone who’s stuck by Wood on his election trutherism despite his flirtations with QAnon and assorted insanity probably won’t cut him loose upon discovering that he’s a 9/11 Truther. But I offer the clip anyway in the spirit of hope. The crowd is quiet...