Author: Leo Ashcraft

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‘Drinking a pint of urine every day keeps me young. And it’s delicious’

What lengths would you go to achieve good health? Would you drink your own wee? A woman claims drinking a pint of her own urine every day for the last 20 years has kept her fit and sprightly. Sylvia Chandler, 63, swears in Closer that her own wee is the elixir responsible for her slim frame and youthful demeanor, and claims she hasn’t needed to visit a doctor in over a decade. While certainly not for the faint-hearted, Sylvia also uses her urine to wash her hair and moisturise her face. Sylvia told Closer: ‘Drinking my own urine has kept...

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Saudis shut down camel urine shop: owner selling his own urine

Saudi authorities closed down a shop which had been selling traditional camel urine drinks… after discovering the owner had been filling the bottles with his own bodily waste. Saudi authorities have closed down a shop selling traditional camel urine drinks after discovering the owner had been filling the bottles with his own bodily waste. Health inspectors swooped on a vendor in the port city of Al Qunfudhah, in south-western Saudi Arabia, and confiscated more than 70 full bottles. The practice of drinking camel’s urine mixed with milk is believed to date back centuries while some insist it has health benefits....

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Strange Rumblings Again in the American Southwest

The American Southwest has been recent home to an unexplained series of rumblings, described by some as being similar to earthquakes, which have caused widespread disturbance among residents in the region. With several incidents now being reported, officials are seeking to understand what might have caused the mysterious shaking which, according to those nearest to the disturbance, is often accompanied by loud booming noises. Among the most recent reports, a significant booming incident was reported outside of Rainbow Valley, near Phoenix, Arizona, on December 19, 2015. One witness described that the shaking had been so significant that he had gone...

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CIA Admits Using Weather Modification As Military Weapon

The CIA has admitted that various nations possess the ability to use weather modification, or geoengineering as a weapon in war.  Rutgers University climatologist Alan Robock claims that his department at the New Jersey-based university were hired by the CIA to control other nations’ climates. The climatologist also says the callers asked, “If we control someone else’s climate, would they then know about it?” Robock told the consultants that any large-scale weather manipulation would be detectable. Obviously, the CIA seems to have a very keen interest in the subject of weather modification. In fact, Robock appears to confirm the rumor that...

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Asteroid expected to safely pass Earth on December 24, but conspiracy theorists disagree

  If you point your telescope towards the skies this Christmas Eve, you will be met with an impressive sight.It won’t be Santa and his reindeer stealing your gaze, instead it will be a giant asteroid flying past Earth. The 2km long asteroid, known as 2003 SD220, has been monitored since 2003 when it was discovered by the Lowell Observatory Near-Earth Object Search program. The prospect of a large asteroid hurling towards our planet sounds terrifying, but there is little cause for concern as it will be 6.7 million miles away from Earth. In fact, a NASA report said the...

Winchester Mystery House Puts a Paranormal Twist on the Holidays With Its 'Spirit of Christmas' Event

Winchester Mystery House Puts a Paranormal Twist on the Holidays With Its ‘Spirit of Christmas’ Event

Are you looking for something a little different to do this holiday season? If so … Well, given that one of the more popular tales to tell this time of year (i.e., Charles Dickens‘ “A Christmas Carol“) is just loaded with ghosts, maybe you’d be up for a visit to one of America’s most haunted homes? To be specific, the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. Which — earlier this month — kicked off a brand-new “Spirit of Christmas” event that allows people to tour its infamous 160-room Victorian mansion and gives them a glimpse of what the holidays...

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The Church of the Paranormal – Pacific Standard

Despite our reputation as a science-minded superpower, America has always had a predilection for the unseen. Don’t be shy. Depending on your poll of choice, anywhere from a third to nearly half of you either believe in ghosts or are pretty sure you do. And if not ghosts, then aliens, mediums, or astrology, for which belief has either held steady or risenover the last couple of decades.More than two-thirds of Americans hold at least one paranormal—unsanctioned by religion—belief, according to the Baylor Religion Survey. That’s more than voted in the 2012 presidential election. It’s not just belief: everywhere you look...

Who Ya Gonna Call? Kitsap Paranormal Investigators

Who Ya Gonna Call? Kitsap Paranormal Investigators

More than a decade ago, Bremerton native Jeanne Lewis witnessed a strange apparition while working at an old theater in London. When the theater was empty, she looked into one of the seating boxes and saw a woman sitting facing the stage. Believing the woman was a patient from a nearby Alzheimer’s facility, Lewis asked her to leave. The woman vanished into air, she said. “I felt like someone had taken my stomach and twisted it 180 degrees,” said Lewis, who now lives in Issaquah. Though her first ghostly experience was jarring, Lewis, now a program manager at Microsoft, wanted to...

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Rare Full Moon On Christmas Day

There will be no need for Rudolph’s red shiny nose this year — Santa Claus will have all the light he needs from a rare full moon on Christmas Eve. Not since 1977 has a full moon dawned in the skies on Christmas. But this year, a bright full moon will be an added gift for the holidays. December’s full moon, the last of the year, is called the Full Cold Moon because it occurs during the beginning of winter. The moon’s peak this year will occur at 6:11 a.m. EST. This rare event won’t happen again until 2034. That’s...

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Police: Fight over frequent flatulence lands Florida woman in jail

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL – This stinky story comes our way from the sunshine state. A Florida woman landed in jail after fighting with her husband who kept passing gas. Police tell WPEC-TV that Dawn Meikle, 55, elbowed her husband after he passed gas in bed early in the morning on December 11th. She eventually kicked him out of bed after the flatulence wouldn’t stop. Donald Fitzroy Meikle told police his wife, Dawn, elbowed him on the arm when he passed gas in bed. This happened early in the morning on Dec. 11. Meikle said she eventually kicked him out...

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WATCH: Big Storm – Tumbleweed Migration – Stampede

Wind gusts up to 70 mph as a front moved into Bozeman, MT on Dec 9, 2015. Literally thousands of tumbleweeds were blasting by (many out of frame). The temperature dropped 19F in about 15 minutes. Quite the spectacle. Some Good Ol’ Apocalypse Weather. This is unique video of Tumbleweed in action. They keep rolling and rolling across a frozen pond in Montana. According to the guy who posted this video, the temperature outside suddenly dropped nearly 20 degrees and “thousands of Tumbleweeds” appeared out of nowhere. So where are all these tumbleweeds going in a hurry? Is there a tumbleweed convention...

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Witnesses From Las Vegas to Ventura See Unexplained Bright UFO Flying Across Sky

Dozens of people from Las Vegas to Ventura posted videos on social media Tuesday evening showing what appeared to be a bright light moving across the sky. It was not immediately clear what the light was, or if it was connected to the Geminid  meteor shower. The meteor shower began Dec. 13 and would last about two weeks, CNN reports, but it was expected to peak in the first couple days. Vandenberg Air Force Base confirmed there were no scheduled operations Tuesday night, said Larry Hill, chief of communications. A Federal Aviation Administration spokesman also said they were unaware of what had occurred....