It’s not often that people mix Cryptozoology with secret societies. But, that’s going to happen today. That’s right: sometimes the world of monster-hunting clashes with hidden, dangerous organizations. With that said, let’s begin. Many people with an interest in the issue of powerful, secret societies will be familiar with the likes of the Bilderbergers, the Illuminati, … Read more
Between 1980 and 1982, Paul Michael Stephani murdered three women and brutally attacked two others — and then anonymously called the police to tearfully apologize for his crimes. The post Paul Michael Stephani, The ‘Weepy-Voiced Killer’ Who Confessed His Murders In A Series Of Chilling Phone Calls appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
On October 3, 1993, U.S. troops clashed with Somali militants in Mogadishu, resulting in two helicopter crashes that inspired the film Black Hawk Down. The post How A Peacekeeping Mission In Somalia Turned Into The Blood-Soaked Battle Of Mogadishu appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
The language was discovered on a tablet at the archaeological site of Boğazköy-Hattusha, once the capital of the ancient Hittites during the late Bronze Age. The post Archaeologists In Turkey Just Discovered A Long-Lost Ancient Language On Cuneiform Tablets In The Ruins Of The Hittite Empire appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
The theatre tickets are exceedingly rare, as just a few from the fateful night of April 14, 1865, are known to survive. The post Rare Ford’s Theatre Tickets From The Night Of The Lincoln Assassination Sold At Auction appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
From games like StarCraft and Counter-Strike to the endless supply of greasy pizza and energy drinks, LAN parties were the ultimate places to be for young gamers. The post 33 Retro Images Of The LAN Parties From The Late 1990s And Early 2000s appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III is one of the most intriguing artifacts of the Neo-Assyrian Empire. Discovered by Sir Austen Henry Layard in 1846, it is one of only two complete Neo-Assyrian obelisks yet discovered. This perfectly preserved monument commemorates 31 years of King Shalmaneser III’s reign, who ruled from 858–824 BCE. It was … Read more
The infiltration of our society by extraterrestrials is an incredibly controversial and indeed outrageous concept to most rational thinking people. However, there are decades of case reports that suggest something strange and disturbing is occurring right under humanity’s nose. We discuss the research of a reluctant experiencer who suggests there is an infiltration of humanity, … Read more
This week, we delve into the controversy surrounding the Nazca mummies. Are they genuine, or is this an elaborate hoax? Is there a subtler conspiracy at play here, or is it another instance of the mainstream media making significant errors? Later, we explore recent research on Terminal Lucidity reports and their potential connection to other … Read more
Encounters with interdimensional beings are rare in the annals of UFO literature, and such cases in the East are even rarer. However, there is one extraordinarily unusual case from China that defies explanation. We discuss the story of Hongqi Forest Farmer Meng Zhaoguo, whose encounters with a strange tadpole shaped UFO led to invisible weapon … Read more