This week may go down in UFO lore as the week UFOs went mainstream. Kind of like The Year Punk Broke, but with flying saucers instead of flannel and power chords. OK, maybe it isn’t full government disclosure, yet. But it sure makes a good Christmas stocking stuffer for many ufologists who are looking for confirmation, any confirmation, that aliens do in fact exist.
I read these words, and I think of every time I told someone that my biggest dream was to drive a long haul truck, and to live like Jack Burton.
If I had a dollar for every-time I told that story, I would’ve bought this truck on the spot. Amused, I investigated and uncovered a small town attraction built around the lure of a haunted Greyhound bus.
“Show up, come casual, bring a lawn chair & your own beverage in order to attend this enchanting “Haunted Bus” experience. You are welcome to bring a camera, audio recorder or any equipment for capturing audio or physical manifestations. You must have permission from others in the group to post any photos or video footage on any social media site that they would show up in your videos or photos.”
During a competition to see who could dig the longest hole in the world, BBC received recordings of sounds supposedly coming from within the hole. Initially aired on the Art Bell show, the clip whipped speculators in to a frenzy, and went viral instantly.