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Residents believe UFOs source of mysterious explosions

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Residents in Highgate, a North London suburb, have been reporting loud noises that sound like explosions. Authorities have not been able to determine the source of the explosions, but a poll by the Ham & High newspaper shows that residents believe the noises are either due to a faulty electrical substation or UFOs.

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NASA to test flying saucer in Hawaii

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On April 9, NASA announced that a flying saucer will be seen in Hawaii during the summer of 2014. But this flying saucer belongs to NASA. NASA’s Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) project is designing and testing new technology to land ...

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SETI Institute announces new president and CEO

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The SETI Institute (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) selected a new organization head. A press release issued by the SETI Institute on Wednesday, April 9 announced that Dr. David Black has been named the organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. ...

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UFO on Mississippi trail camera potentially identified

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Photos showing unidentified lights captured by a couple’s trail camera in Jackson County, Mississippi made considerable headlines on Friday, April 4, and continue to make headlines. Since then, a couple possible explanations have been offered. The most mysterious photo shows ...

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Did the Smithsonian discover ALIEN skulls in Antarctica?

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An archaeologist and his team reportedly discovered three elongated skulls in Antarctica. American Live Wire, a self-described “entertaining news & information” website, published a story on April 2 claiming that Smithsonian archaeologist Damian Waters and his team uncovered three elongated ...

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Triangle UFO photographed in Texas

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Witnesses photographed a triangle shaped UFO in the sky above Amarillo, Texas on Monday, March 10. Defense technology blog Ares on the Aviation Week website explains that the craft was photographed by both Steve Douglass and Dean Muskett. This mysterious ...

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