Category UFOs and Conspirology

A Comprehensive Guide to the Oregon Ghost Conference

The 12th Annual Oregon Ghost Conference, scheduled to take place from March 22 to March 24, 2024, at the Seaside Oregon Convention Center, is set to be an enthralling event for those intrigued by the paranormal and fringe phenomena. As the field of ghost investigation has expanded to include a broader range of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs), this conference provides a platform for researchers and enthusiasts to explore the boundaries of conventional reality.

The conference features a diverse lineup of

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The Importance of a Personal Note: Communicating with Thought and Care

In a heartfelt and personal note, the author of the article expresses their recent absence and gratitude for understanding during a difficult time. They detail their journey of battling health challenges, including doctor’s appointments and a minor surgical procedure, and explain that they are scheduled to undergo another surgery soon. However, they reassure readers that once this chapter concludes, they will return fully rejuvenated and ready to resume their regular schedule. The author emphasizes the importance of understanding and urges readers to reflect inwardly if they fail to comprehend

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Recovered Lost Interview Tapes of Hickson and Parker: A Remarkable Discovery

Recovered Lost Interview Tapes of Hickson and Parker: A Remarkable Discovery

In the world of UFO research, the accuracy of witness testimony is crucial in determining the truth behind reported encounters. Memories can fade or change over time, making timely interviews essential. A recent press release has brought exciting news to the UFO research community: audio files of interviews conducted shortly after the reported Pascagoula abduction have been discovered within the previously inaccessible APRO files. This discovery is considered a historic find in the

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Transference of The Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) Records Completed

The Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) has completed the transfer of its research files to the National UFO Historical Records Center (NUFOHRC) in Rio Rancho, NM. APRO, once considered a leading civilian UFO research organization, along with the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS), have now housed their records at the headquarters of NUFOHRC. These organizations’ files, along with

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A Blogger’s Reflection and Commentary

In a recent blog post, a prominent UFO blogger reflects on their personal battle with cancer while still maintaining their dedication to the study of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs). Despite the challenges posed by their diagnosis, the blogger assures readers that they will continue to provide updates on the latest happenings in the world of UAPs. They acknowledge that the excitement surrounding UAPs can sometimes pale in comparison to personal challenges, but they remain hopeful and determined to continue their work at a

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What I Experienced during My Encounter with a Ghost

The 14th Annual Port Gamble Ghost Conference recently took place, bringing together individuals with a shared interest in the paranormal. Attendees described the experience as exhilarating, comparing it to riding a roller coaster. One particular attendee had an extraordinary encounter in the Port Gamble Theater Building, known for its historical and paranormal activity. While in the men’s restroom, the attendee noticed a second shadow approaching him, only to vanish when he turned around. He then heard a voice in his head saying, “

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Introducing the Latest Documentation: Unveiling the Easley Letter of Roswell

Introducing the Latest Documentation: Unveiling the Easley Letter of Roswell

Researchers have long been on a quest to find concrete evidence of the infamous Roswell crash of 1947. Despite numerous newspaper articles and a vague FBI Telex, no written statements or personal accounts from the time of the crash have been discovered. However, recent discoveries have given researchers some hope.

One potential piece of evidence is an article written by Inez Wilcox, the wife of the sheriff, which mentions “

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A Conversation with Robert Hastings: An Expert Researcher and Author on UFOs and Nukes

Renowned UFO researcher and author Robert Hastings has revealed shocking incidents of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) interfering with nuclear weapons in his book “UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites.” The book, which has gained attention in intelligence circles, features interviews with former United States Air Force personnel who witnessed these perplexing incidents firsthand.

In an exclusive interview with The Good Trouble Show, Mr. Hastings discusses his background and the incidents of UFO interference at nuclear weapons sites.

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Evidence of Puncture Wounds and Documentation Revealed in the Pascagoula Alien Abduction Incident

Evidence of puncture wounds and documentation have been revealed in the infamous Pascagoula Alien Abduction incident. Calvin Parker, who experienced the abduction along with his co-worker Charles Hickson on October 11th, 1973, published a book detailing the encounter. The incident is considered one of the best-documented cases of its kind. Parker and Hickson were fishing when they encountered an oval-shaped craft with three humanoid creatures. The creatures paralyzed the men before levitating them into the ship

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“New Information on the Trinity Phenomenon Explored by Jacques Vallee”

In the world of UFO research, the credibility of alleged sightings and crashes is often called into question. Recently, Jacques Vallee, a respected scientist, defended a controversial tale of a UFO crash near San Antonio, New Mexico in 1945. However, researcher Douglas Johnson has analyzed the event and found several contradictions and untruths. The dilemma extends beyond Vallee’s reputation and raises concerns about public perception and government investigations into Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). Critics argue that shallow

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