In what some are viewing as a twist of irony, a man was stabbed by himself in the infamous Villisca Murder House, which is located in Villisca, Iowa. The house is famous for being the scene of a grisly axe murder that remains unsolved today.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Saturday, October 18, 2014
A few weeks ago, some images that showed a supposed UFO floating over the British city of Portsmouth spread around the Internet like wildfire. Weird Paranormal News didn't follow the fad, instead feeling that something fishy was going on, and of course we were right. The whole thing was a hoax that was put on by three men.
Times are tough for many Americans, including attorneys, which could answer the question of why someone with a law degree would be charging $250 an hour not for legal consultations, but for psychic readings. Mark Anthony (not the singer) was profiled by the Huffington Post recently, shedding light on the psychic lawyer.
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Some people suffer from coulrophobia, which is an extreme fear of clowns. Nine out of ten of those people read Stephen King's It when they were young, or watched the movie. Those people should completely avoid Wasco, California, because some creeps think it's a great idea to dress up like psychotic clowns and roam around at night.
Friday, October 10, 2014
The United Kingdom seemingly has been one government in the world that has come completely clean of its knowledge of UFOs -- or has it? New information broken by the Daily Star indicates that the Ministry of Defence has plans to release some unreleased UFO files, letting the public see what's in them for the first time.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
The International Raelian Movement, a religion that centers on UFO adoration, is pushing to pass out literature about its tenets to students in public schools in the state of Florida. That push comes after the Orange County School Board gave permission for Evangelical Christians to distribute Bibles in the schools.
Monday, September 29, 2014
In case you've been living under a rock, Apple apparently has a serious problem with the iPhone 6. Some people complain that the phones get bent just by being in the pocket of their skinny jeans, which one could argue could be as much a problem with their choice of clothing than of the material used to make the new phone. In any case, famous British psychic Uri Geller has offered some consulting services to Apple in an effort to help the tech giant sell even more phones, and maybe gain some free press for his burgeoning business.