Here is the UFO Headline News for Saturday August 5th and Sunday August 6th, 2017
Headline #1: Sturgeon Moon in North America
Synopsis: In North America, we often call the August full moon the Sturgeon Moon, Green Corn Moon or Grain Moon. August 6, 2017 – the moon may look full and round in your sky. Yet this August full moon falls tomorrow, on August 7 at 18:11 UTC, which is during the daylight hours on August 7 for us in the Americas. Normally, it’s not vital whether the crest of the moon’s full phase falls in daylight or darkness for your part of the globe. The coming full moon is a bit different, however, because it will undergo a shallow partial lunar eclipse. We in the Americas will miss it because the full moon crests in daylight, for us. And a full moon is always opposite the sun, up all night. Thus the moon will be below our horizon when the eclipse takes place.
Synopsis: The Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has been hiding for more than 4,000 years. Experts think they’re on the verge of solving a mystery about this awe-inspiring wonder of the ancient world. Scientists believe there is a hidden “recess” lurking within the Great Pyramid — and they could be about to pinpoint exactly where it is. Also known as the Khufu Pyramid, this gigantic structure was completed in around 2,560 BC and stood about 479-feet high — making it the tallest man-made structure in the world for more than 3,800 years.
Synopsis: If some residents are to be believed, the supernatural has been stalking Box Springs Mountain this summer. A few Riverside County residents have seen a mysterious, hairless creature eying their pets recently. “It was hunting my cat,” local Cary Shuker told SCNG. “This wasn’t no coyote, by any means.” It’s been described it as having the “ears of a deer, long snout, no hair” and a “tail like a rat,” characteristics that may sound familiar to cryptozoology fans. Although a well-established legend, the chupacabra only got its name in the mid-90s when farmers in Puerto Rico reported a creature was killing their livestock and draining it of blood. The media soon dubbed the hairless, dog-like creature a “chupacabra,” or goat-sucker. Over the years, sightings have been reported all over the Caribbean and South and Central America, with occasional chupacabras spotted as far north as the U.S.
Synopsis: On the night of Aug. 21, 1955, the temperature would have been pushing 90 and the old Sutton farmhouse in Kelly, Kentucky was filled with family and friends. At dusk one of those friends, Billy Ray Taylor, went outside to get water from the well and saw a bright object shoot across the sky and into a nearby gully. His breathless report was laughed off but then the aliens crashed the party, resulting in a one-sided battle where Taylor and various Suttons fired rifles and shotguns at what they described as short creatures with large heads and eyes, long arms, and claw-like hands.
Synopsis: Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery in Bremen Township is famous for its ghost stories. The 2004 reports of three red lights hovering in the sky over Tinley Park excited UFO enthusiasts. Stories of extraterrestrials, Bigfoot, poltergeists and other phenomena make for entertaining yarns that stretch the boundaries of the imagination. Some people who claim to have seen the creature in Chicago recently reported it had glowing red eyes and they felt a sense of dread when they saw it. For some willing to suspend disbelief, the sightings portend an ominous tale of foreboding. Others may pass them off as pure fiction. Some say it looks like a large bat or owl. Others say it resembles a man in a winged suit. Some say it’s silent, but others describe a sound like brakes screeching.
Headline #6: Alien Encounter in Melrose Park, Illinois
Synopsis: I was coming out of Best Buy with my husband when I saw this thing fly over top of us and head to the west; it was flying very fast and you could see it’s wings flapping as it flew away from us–I reached for my phone but by the time I pulled it out and brought up the camera it had moved farther away–from what I saw when it flew over it must have been at least six feet tall and had wings that must have been at least seven feet; it was black in color but that was all I was able to see.
Synopsis: If your goal in life is to never sleep again, we’ve got a real estate listing for you. The famed Clown Motel — that’s its actual name — in Tonopah, Nevada is on the market for $900,000, a real bargain for those in the market for a nightmare factory. The motel is covered in clowns, from the lobby to the rooms. They’re from the personal family collection of Bob Perchetti, who opened the motel 20 years ago. “I love clowns. I’ve never had a problem with clowns,” said Bob Perchetti . If the clowns aren’t enough to keep you up at night, the motel is also popular with ghost hunters. Next door is Tonopah’s first town cemetery, established soon after the town was settled by silver-miners in the early 1900s. The town boomed for a short while, but when mining fell off in the 1920s, the town started to empty.
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