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Monday, March 22, 2010

Paranromal In The News 22/03/10

News.com.auDead Steve Irwin tells Dad, everythings okay, where are my socks?

"MUSCLING in on the wacky turf of La Toya Jackson, Bob Irwin has gone public about a beyond-the-grave dialogue with Steve.

Woman's Day reports its psychic Deb Webber hooked Bob up with his late son during a private reading at his remote Queensland property, according to the Courier-Mail.

Bob said the psychic left him with "goose bumps" by relaying things only he and Steve knew about."

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Montreal GazzetteHoly Rivalry over Kateri

"By the Banks of the St. Lawrence River, in a modest church on the Kahnawake reserve, lie the remains of a controversial would-be saint. Kateri Tekakwitha, a chaste young thing with a penchant for placing hot embers between her toes, may have died over 300 years ago, but she still has the ability to rock one of the most powerful institutions in the world.

Many believe her canonization is long overdue. But since her beatification in 1980 - granted on the basis of hundreds of unverified interventions (deemed equivalent to one certified miracle) - she's never quite managed to make the grade. One hell of a miracle will be needed to move a step up to sainthood."

Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/Holy+Rivalry+Over+Kateri/2712816/story.html#ixzz0ixh9VOWe


news.com.auUFO buzzes Sydney - and here's the proof

IT EMERGED from a blazing light in the clouds, descending on a busy street before zipping off silently into the sunset.

Just what - or who - propelled the strange flying disc across Sydney's skyline may never be known.

But while the close encounter was over in seconds, it was enough to convince mother-of-two Fiona Hartigan that she'd just seen a UFO.

And she has the photos to prove it.

Ms Hartigan yesterday said she had just got out of her car on Sunday evening to snap a few sunset photos when the amazing events began.

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To read a quick analysis of the picture from Bry check out her blog


Daily Telegraph Something is out there

"MEET the Aussie Agent Mulder - a man whose job it is to investigate Australia's X-Files and work out whether aliens exist.

Bill Chalker, who has spent 35 years investigating UFO sightings and alien abductions, believes Fiona Hartigan's sighting reported yesterday is almost certainly genuine. He's not the only one.

Almost 60 per cent of readers who voted online said they believed in UFOs, while others told of multiple sightings in the Blue Mountains or strange lights hovering over rural NSW.

Mother-of-two Anne Hamnett said she witnessed a bizarre incident at her isolated property near Gloucester on Sunday night.

She and her children were out the front of the house just hours after Ms Hartigan's sighting when two brightly lit objects appeared.

They stayed in the area for about 30 minutes before disappearing.

"I've never believed UFO stuff before but I haven't ever seen anything like this," she said.

"They were orange-red in colour and perfectly in line with each other - I just can't explain it." "

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Daily Telegraph More UFO alien sightings revealed

"FIRST a woman photographed strange flying discs descending on a busy Sydney street - now Daily Telegraph Online reporter Dora Tsavdaridis has told how she spotted a UFO while on a beach holiday.

Mother-of-two Fiona Hartigan captured the imagination of the nation after sunset snaps taken in Chipping North on Sunday were printed in the Daily Telegraph today.

"As I was about to take the picture this black object appeared and then it started to move," she said.

"It started off about 800m away but it came closer - to about 400m - and then two other little round things appeared from this bright orange light above.

"There was no noise. It was calm and peaceful but it was very weird."

And she's not alone. Ms Tsavdaridis says she will never forget her own close encounter on the Greek island of Mykonos.

Blogging with the DT Online she said: "It was about the size of a star and it looked like it was far away. At first I thought maybe it was a plane, but there were no blinking lights, just this one red light. Plus, it was too far away to be a plane.

"It definitely wasn’t a bird or Superman either.

"The sky and the area around us was so dark, the red spot was very clear as it travelled horizontally across the sky for about three minutes and then disappeared."

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Dailymail Goldfish survives 7 hours out of water

"When you find your goldfish floating belly up in its tank, it's reasonable to assume the worst.

So when Carol Norris spotted her pet Mr Fish in that fatal position, she reached for the tissues.

It wasn't to wipe away the tears but rather to wrap him up until she had a minute to bury him.

The school dinner lady placed him at the bottom of the empty bath tub - safe from her five cats - while she popped out on a shopping trip.

Seven hours later she returned home and prepared for Mr Fish's final farewell.

But as she lifted him out of the bath, swaddled with tissue paper, he twitched back to life."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1260549/Goldfish-survives-seven-hours-water-owner-thought-dead.html#ixzz0jFP3jDXl

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