Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Writer Richard Thomas’s Top Ten Strangest Conspiracy Theories | Neon Nettle

It is often said truth is stranger than fiction. The following are ten of the weirdest sounding conspiracy theories I have researched, which could be true.
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Thursday, 19 June 2014

The Welsh Roswell – Did A UFO Crash In North Wales In 1974? | Binnall of America

What has become known in UFO circles as the “Welsh Roswell” or Berwyn Mountain incident splits the UFO research community into two distinct camps, those who believe that an alien space craft crashed on the Mountain range and those who believe the seemingly out of this world events can be explained by a combination of natural phenomena and the popularity of shows such as the X-Files which feed the public’s need to believe in the unexplained. What is not in any doubt is that something happened on the Berwyn Mountain, North Wales on the night of January 20, 1974. The events on the mountain range were witnessed by the whole community. Police Constable Gwilym Owen stated, “there was a great roar and a bang. The Sky lit up over the mountains. The colour was yellowish but other people in the valley described seeing blue light.”
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Tuesday, 17 June 2014

When Someone Close Appears As They Die It's Called A Crisis Ghost | Neon Nettle

Crisis ghosts are different from other apparitions in that they appear to be person rather than location based. They typically involve close friends or family members of witnesses appearing at a time of crisis, usually just before or after the person appearing dies. So common is the phenomenon that there is actually a case within my own family we can discuss. 
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Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Could There Be An Alien Base Inside The Bermuda Triangle? | Binnall of America

The Bermuda Triangle, sometimes known as the “Devil’s Triangle”, is a triangular area of the north-western Atlantic Ocean bounded by Bermuda, Puerto Rico and a point near Melbourne, Florida, where famously numerous ships and aircraft have mysteriously disappeared throughout the ages. Since records began in 1851, it is estimated that an amazing 8,127 people have been lost in the Bermuda Triangle. However, perhaps the most intriguing and famous disappearance of all, occurred just after WWII on December 5, 1945, when an entire squadron of aircraft vanished without trace and no clue as to what happened to them. Of course, this was the infamous Flight 19, which, more than any other case, brought the triangle into popular consciousness, sparking all kinds of explanations. The strangest and most interesting being the theory that they were abducted by aliens who have a base somewhere in the triangle, interesting because the alien/UFO theory was popularized by Stephen Spielberg in his 1977 film Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
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Monday, 9 June 2014

Was California Killer Elliot Rodger An MK-ULTRA Manchurian Candidate? | Neon Nettle

Virgin killer Elliot Rodger’s killing spree and suicide in Santa Barbara, California on May 23 has caused conspiracy theorists to claim that the deeply troubled 22-year-old was part of the US government’s mind control program. The alleged motive: to create a political climate where the Second Amendment, the “right of the people to keep and bear arms”, can be curtailed. The main ‘evidence’ for these claims being that the killer’s father was an assistant director on The Hunger Games which was linked by some to the Sandy Hook shooting in 2012. Suzanne Collins, author of the original dystopian novel, lives in Sandy Hook. While this ‘evidence’ is not proof of anything, there is no question that the US did at one time have a mind control program.
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Monday, 2 June 2014

Illuminati Symbolism In Blade Runner, What Does It All Mean? | Neon Nettle


Made by visionary director Ridley Scott, Blade Runner is about far more than Harrison Ford hunting down and ‘retiring’ rebel replicants. The first Philip K. Dick big screen adaptation, Blade Runner is an undisputed cult classic and stands today as arguably the best sci-fi movie ever made; its dark, post-apocalyptic and even post-organic urban setting providing one of the few really believable sci-fi backdrops in the history of the genre. Combined with larger questions about the nature of reality and what it really means to be human, it's this convincing and well thought out future world Scott creates that invites five cuts and frequent re-watching by fans. 
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