Midnight In The Desert — hoax

Is the Famous "Gulf Breeze" UFO  proof of aliens, or the greatest Hoax?

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Is the Famous "Gulf Breeze" UFO  proof of aliens, or the greatest Hoax?

It was released by building contractor Ed Walters along with others of what looked like circular UFOs over Gulf Breeze, Florida. Mr Walters claimed he snapped the pictures from his back garden before handing them to local media in the area Pensacola News Journal reports. It sparked a year-long skywatching campaign for further evidence by excited locals and visitors alike, in what became known as the "Gulf Breeze Sightings". More than 30 years on the subject still sparks debate about whether they were real or hoaxed. Mr Walters claimed to take the pictures on November 11, 1987. George Williams is...

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The makings of UFO hoaxes. Fake flying saucer landed in park.

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The makings of UFO hoaxes. Fake flying saucer landed in park.

Parkgoers in Weymouth, Massachusetts came across a bizarre mystery at the Great Esker Park on Monday, October 2nd. Visitors of the park discovered a massive metallic flying saucer seemingly crashed near the bank of the Back River which abuts the park. Park officials rushed to the scene in anticipation of finding a downed alien craft, but were disappointed to find what is clearly a haphazard forgery. Despite its clearly terrestrial origins, the fake UFO is still proving to be a bizarre and unsolved mystery. The large, silver object has no markings or identifying information whatsoever aside from a single barcode....

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The 10 Most Notorious Paranormal Hoaxes In History

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The 10 Most Notorious Paranormal Hoaxes In History

Some might argue that everything that passes for “paranormal” is a hoax. (There’s no fun in that, but insist if you must.) But even the biggest unexplained-phenomenon junkies have to admit when a fraud’s a fraud … as the 10 cases below will attest. 1) The Amityville Horror The big daddy of paranormal hoaxes, Jay Anson’s 1977 bestseller became a hit film (and several subsequent not-so-hit films) and convinced the world that the house with the pie-shaped eyes at 112 Ocean Avenue was haunted by slime-emitting, fly-attracting vengeful Native American spirits and/or witches, plus a ghostly pig with glowing red...

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Burger King workers keep smashing the windows because hoax callers tell them to

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Burger King workers keep smashing the windows because hoax callers tell them to

A string of hoax calls to Burger King restaurants had employees smash windows to prevent the premises from "exploding," and the fast-food chain is having to buy a lot of glass as a result. To the frantic manager of a Coon Rapids Burger King Friday night, the choice was to act fast or face disaster. A caller who said he was a fire department official said there was a gas leak in the building and that unless the windows were smashed, a gas buildup in the building would cause an explosion. So the manager and Burger King employees evacuated the...

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The Final Report on the Roswell Slides

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The Final Report on the Roswell Slides

By Alejandro Rojas, Openminds.tv The UFO world has been abuzz with the alleged discovery of slides from around 1947 that researchers suspected depicted an alien body from the famous alleged Roswell UFO crash. However, within hours of the release of the images, independent researchers were able to decipher a blurry placard in the image, and according to the placard, the body is a mummified boy. Not an alien. At first the researchers purporting the slides to depict an alien were defensive about the new findings. However, now several of them have examined the process used to decipher the placard, and...

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