Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

Mexico’s Zone of Silence

September 12th, 2013 § in Mystery, Paranormal

Deep in an arid desert region of Mexico lies a little known area that seemingly defies the physics of sound. Known as the Zone of Silence locally as the Vertice de Trino, it is a place where radio waves barely permeate the air. Located between the states of Chihuaua, Coahuila and[...]

Phoenix from the Ashes

September 8th, 2013 § in Legends

A mystical bird effecting several cultures as symbol of immortality and resurrection. Phoenix, in my opinion, can be a lot. First of all, in ancient times he was used as a sign or omen in many cultures and countries, e.g. Greece, Egypt, Ancient Rome, China, Theban, the Hebrews, [...]

Huge Squid Wash Ashore Near Long Beach

May 31st, 2012 § in Unexplained

LONG BEACH – When hundreds of giant squid washed up dead on the Long Beach Peninsula last weekend, Dean Marsh knew exactly what to do: He stocked his freezer. “No sense letting them go to waste,” said the 57-year-old bait salesman, who planned to cut them up and[...]

‘Tomato Man’ Photographs of Alien Body and the Laredo, Texas Crash

October 2nd, 2011 § in UFO

INTRODUCTION Generally, the history of UFO reportage is not a good one. All too often, researchers are far too eager to latch onto a good story, to attach themselves to a “major” case, that important details are not assessed and evidentiary credibility is not addresse[...]

the Aztec civilisation – 8 great works of art

August 21st, 2011 § in History

On February 21, 1978, electrical workers were putting down lines on a busy street corner in Mexico city when they discovered a 20 ton stone bas-relief of the Aztec night goddess, Coyolxauqui. It is believed to have been sculpted in the early fifteenth century and buried prior to [...]

A woman’s nightmare comes true

August 19th, 2011 § in Murders

A woman’s nightmare comes true when she’s raped and murdered by a co-worker. Jeanne Molina had a frightening, violent dream that she believed was a premonition. She told her husband, Frank Reed, about it: “She’d had a dream that I was going to badly beat her up, a[...]

When a college student dies in Tijuana

August 17th, 2011 § in Bizarre

When a college student dies in Tijuana, evidence points to foul play. The highway that separates Tijuana, Mexico, from the United States is called the Avenida Internacional.  Dozens of people die here every year, most, while trying to enter the U.S. illegally. On the night of Ma[...]

Mario Amado

August 15th, 2011 § in Murders

Mexican police say a man jailed for drunken behavior hung himself in his cell, but the forensic evidence points to murder. The town of Rosarito Beach, Mexico, lies only 25 miles south of San Diego, California, just below Tijuana. It’s known for its beautiful sunsets and romanti[...]

Is treasure buried inside Victorio’s Peak?

July 31st, 2011 § in Legends

White Sands, New Mexico, is an inhospitable environment, home only to rattlesnakes and sagebrush, vultures and mule deer.  In November of 1937, a man named Doc Noss was deer hunting there.  He hiked to the top of a hill known as Victorio Peak.  As thirst and fatigue set in, Do[...]

Skeleton Canyon Treasure

July 31st, 2011 § in Legends

  Is a cache of looted gold and silver worth millions buried in Arizona’s Skeleton Canyon? Along Arizona’s eastern border is a jagged ravine called Skeleton Canyon. More than a 100 years ago, a gang of Mexican smugglers were ambushed and robbed within its steep, canyon w[...]