In China, a UFO is blamed for the destruction of several acres of forest. In the affected area, every tree has been violently snapped off about one foot above ground level, leaving a bizarre landscape of shattered stumps and debris. So far, no one can explain how this carnage was accomplished. (Source: Prof. Sun Shi Li, China)
A leading investigator of the Varginha "creature capture" case, speaking on condition of anonymity, says he is hot on the trail of a videotape showing one or more of the creatures. The video was reportedly spirited away by a sentry assigned to guard a facility where the creatures were taken. The sentry tried unsuccessfully to sell the video to a major TV news organization, then may have passed it to a relative for safe-keeping.
After more than a year of quiet, the dreaded Chupacabras is again active in Puerto Rico. (Source: G. Cope Shellhorn, USA). Chupacabra-like activities involving numerous deaths of domestic animals have also been reported in Italy. (Source: Maurizio Baiata, Italy)
The "socio-psychological theory" of UFOs, which attributes otherwise unexplained UFO reports to human imagination or delusion fueled by cultural myth, is all the rage among French ufologists, much to the dismay of the few ufologists there who remain convinced of authentic UFO phenomena. (Source: Gildas Bourdais, France). Similarly, the socio-psychological approach is now favored among leading ufologists in Denmark. (Source: Per Andersen, Denmark).
Giants are stalking the land of Israel. In one instance, a monstrous bi-ped was observed outside the home of a man who immediately called the police to investigate. The next morning, a trail of giant footprints was found to extend for six kilometers. The footprints sank up to six inches in hard ground, leaving researchers to conclude the creature must have weighed more than a ton. In another instance, five women who did not know one another all reported seeing a giant creature outside their homes one night. (Source: Barry Chamish, Israel)
Controversy continues to swirl around the untimely death of Brazilian Colonel Uyrange Hollanda. Speaking on condition of anonymity, a researcher told CNI News that Hollanda's wife and one or more other family members are definitely missing since the Colonel reportedly committed suicide some weeks ago. But a package of the Colonel's private papers, sent to this researcher and expected to reveal details of Hollanda's UFO investigations with Operacion Prato in 1977, has also gone missing. Hollanda was heard loudly arguing with his wife shortly before two shots were fired on the day of his death. Circumstantial evidence points to murder, not suicide. The question is: did the wife also meet with foul play -- or was she an accomplice to murder?
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