WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS … TAKES A LITTLE LONGER
Call it a time warp, or perhaps a money pit, but one paranormal investigator in Nevada alleges to have found a space-time abnormality.
Joshua Warren, a History Channel personality, said in a statement that he detected the time warp in a a recent experiment using brand-new technology: “a Differential Time Rate Meter.
Allegedly, his studies reported a 20-microsecond time differential just north of Las Vegas between I-15 and Route 93.
“There are many secret projects taking place around here,” Warren said. “Las Vegas is an important crossroads for strange phenomena, and it may be a combo of what is naturally here and how the government is taking advantage of it.”
Maybe this is why Zak Bagans opened up his paranormal museum there.
NOT THE FORZA AZZURRI YOU’D EXPECT
Given that Italian footie fans have no soccer to watch, they turned to the skies this June to watch something more entertaining.
Since June 21, residents of Naples, Italy have been entertained by three blinking lights in the sky.
One witness caught the display in the night sky.
Maybe Roberto Mancini should let them try out. That is, unless their Nordics, a.k.a. Swedish.
RIDING AWAY ON THE CRAZY BICYCLE
A British mom gave the tabloids a good story lead after a video she shot of her son revealed an extra audience member in the windows at Oldway Mansion.
The outline of a person can be seen in the window, a la Ted Danson cutout in Three Men and a Baby.
When Louise Lenton contacted the turn-of-the-20th-century mansion in Paignton, England, east of Plymouth, they told her only security would have been on hand.
Decide for yourself from the video above.
I TOLD THE WITCH DOCTOR …
A rise in unemployment and criminal activity on the Caribbean island of Trinidad has led to some dabbling in dark magic.
The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian reported on June 29 that proprietors of occult supplies have seen an upsurge in sales to youth wanting to dive into the supernatural.
Venezuelans make up part of the mix of people looking, and, according to one merchant calling themselves Zion, it’s mostly for good.
“People have problems and they are looking for an alternative to solve their problems because our social system is dead in this country, there is no help and people are resorting to spiritual help,” he told reporter Shastri Boodan. “Some for good, some for the wrong purpose, but mostly good.”