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The Zimbabwe Close Encounter

This is one of the most compelling close-encounters stories we have heard. Why have we not heard more about this?

 

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Zimbabwe UFO Child Conactee Speaks Publicly For The 1st Time
by Sid Goldberg, Earth Mystery News

 

“One of the most outstanding UFO experiences involving a group of children took place on September 16, 1994. Approximately 60 children between 5 and 12 years old were playing outside their school on the outskirts of the capital of Zimbabwe when they saw a large spaceship and several smaller craft gliding over the scrubland.

 

The spacecraft landed beside their playground. The children claim that they were approached by beings from the ships and that the whole encounter lasted about 15 minutes.

 

Emily Trim was one of those children. As a young student at the Ariel primary school near the town of Ruwa in Zimbabwe,  the incident was made famous when it was covered by the BBC, who interviewed the children soon after the incident. Harvard psychiatrist Dr. John Mack traveled to the school to interview the children and recorded their extraordinary accounts…”

 

For the rest of the story click here. The video of the interview with Emily can be found here.

 

Below is the original 1994 BBC video interview by Dr. John Mack of those young children at the Ariel primary school near the town of Ruwa in Zimbabwe. This is not to be missed if you are at all interested in UFOlogy.

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Pirate Island

Yo ho ho, it’s the world’s only pirate graveyard. (If we had been one of them, we would have hidden our treasure here in coffins…hmmmmmm?) The coolest part about this story though, is the fact that this graveyard is located on an island which is rumored to have been a hideout and home to many of history’s most widely-feared brigands.

 

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From The Vintage News,

 

The Pirate Cemetery of Madagascar is the world’s ?nly pirate graveyard

 

“In the 17th and 18th centuries, Ile Sainte-Marie (or St. Mary’s Island as it is known in English), a long, thin island off the eastern African coast, became a popular base for pirates. Up to 1,000 pirates reportedly called the rocky island home, including widely-feared brigands Adam Baldridge, William Kidd, Olivier Levasseur, Henry Every, Robert Culliford, Abraham Samuel and Thomas Tew. They lived in the île aux Forbans, an island located in the bay of Sainte Marie’s main town, Ambodifotatra.

 

This place was not far from the maritime routes along which ships returning from the East Indies sailed in transit, their holds overflowing with wealth, it was provided with bays and inlets protected from storms and finally, it had abundant fruit and was situated in quiet waters. The beautiful tropical island’s numerous inlets and bays made it the perfect place to hide ships. The pirates sailed mostly from England, Portugal, France and America to make this island off the coast of Madagascar a home, a hideout and a strategic place…”

 

For the rest, click here.

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Boxes and boxes of strange mythical creatures…

 

Prediction: These photographs are going to be an elixir for your imagination for the the entire day at least…

 

From Design You Can Trust,

 

Bodies Of Strange Creatures Were Found In The Basement Of An Old House In London

 

“In 1960 in London at the time of clearing the site for construction of a new residential neighborhood, the old long-abandoned mansion belonged to Thomas Theodore Merlin was sent for demolition. In the basement of the home builders have discovered several thousand small wooden boxes tightly sealed. Imagine their surprise when they began to find inside the bodies of strange mythical creatures, which seemed to have been living only in fairy tales.

 

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Thomas Theodore Merrylin was known as Crypto-naturalist, Fringe Zoologist and Xeno-Archeologist. Creatures and artifacts thought to be nothing more than myth. It is a mystery that challenges our understanding of biology, chemistry and the very laws of physics. But this is no fairytale, for he was a scientist, and empirical evidence and rational thought hold sway here. There is a lot to see and read, so please take your time to peruse the website (The Merrylin Cryptid Museum)…”

 

For more, click here.

 

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