Russian Outlet Claims NASA Took An Amazing, Totally True Image Of 3 UFOs

Whenever a story comes out claiming to show real pictures or video of UFOs, hope springs eternal that maybe, just maybe, this might be that elusive smoking-gun evidence of alien technology.
Not a day goes by, either, without something in the news questioning the honesty of certain Americans or Russians. Now it seems that UFOs have been added to that media storm.
The innocent image above is from a collection called Pixabay, which offers many free stock photos to use for practically anything you’d like. This one shows our sun with a circular black dot, reportedly the planet Mercury, making a transit across our home star.
Still, how would Pixabay feel if a Russian news site, ― ironically, the name means “truth” ― took that same picture, added two more black dots, called them all UFOs and claimed this was, in fact, a picture captured by Continue reading "Russian Outlet Claims NASA Took An Amazing, Totally True Image Of 3 UFOs"

Hillary Clinton Is Ready And Willing To Talk About UFOs On Television

It’s not every day that a leading politician demonstrates any interest in UFOs and the possibility of alien visitors to Earth. Even more intriguing when that person happens to be the Democratic nominee for president. 
Hillary Clinton is definitely interested in UFOs. As is her campaign chairman, John Podesta ― we saw more evidence of that in the WikiLeaks trove of alleged campaign emails
One hacked email in particular claims that Clinton “was very disappointed” when late night host Jimmy Kimmel didn’t ask her about UFOs last November.
Following Clinton’s appearance on that show, Podesta emailed her deputy communications director, Kristina Schake, to ask how the interview went.
“He didn’t end up asking her about UFOs! She was very disappointed,” Schake responded. “She practiced UAPs for 5 minutes beforehand.”

He didn’t end up asking her about UFOs! She was very disappointed.
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Space Aliens Be Warned: George Noory Is Eyeing The Presidency

When Donald Trump speaks out about the threat of undocumented aliens, he's usually ranting about Mexicans. 
 When George Noory speaks out on aliens, he's talking about extraterrestrials and government conspiracies over UFOs.
 Noory --  the host of "Coast to Coast AM," the biggest overnight radio program in North America -- hasn't formally announced his candidacy, but he's declared that he's willing to accept a draft to run for the Oval Office in 2016.
"I think our amazing country is in deep trouble in nearly all areas," Noory told The Huffington Post in an email. "We need leadership that first and foremost develops policy to help Americans. It's time."
Noory boasts a weekly listenership of just under three million, according to Talkers magazine. But how would his Bigfoot-hunting audience react to his candidacy?
"My audience is in the millions. Alone, it won't propel me into the
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Paranormal Radio Host Art Bell Mysteriously Disappears From SiriusXM

The much ballyhooed return of paranormal radio host Art Bell ended in just six weeks.

The master of UFOs, fringe science and conspiracy theory is apparently at odds with SiriusXM over live streaming for his millions of fans.

The 68-year-old co-creator of the hugely successful "Coast to Coast AM" retired from his full-time role of master of the macabre in 2003, after 15 years. Over that span, he went from mainstream talk to a highly successful foray into unexplained phenomena, turning the syndicated juggernaut into the most listened to overnight show in North America.

The late night show's reigns were comfortably taken over by the popular George Noory.

This past July, SiriusXM Satellite Radio announced that Bell would launch a new, live, nightly call-in show, "Art Bell's Dark Matter," in September.

But since Bell's new program Sept. 16 premiere, there have been, according to Bell on his website, many problems with streaming his show.

"Many thousands of my listeners came on board when it began but they have fallen off because of that reason," Bell said. "It's a systemic problem. For a caller-driven show like this one, speaking only to people on cell phones in moving vehicles is somewhat difficult.

"The show also is being pirated, oh you have no idea. We are all over the Net right now, from YouTube to a server in England, for example, that's streaming the show live. And because of all this, I have asked SiriusXM to alter their normal method of doing business and allow free streaming for everybody from

"If we get the opportunity to do this streaming, we will kick some serious butt...If not, we may not have a viable situation going forward."

It appears that SiriusXM has decided not to work things out for Bell, as his website now indicates he posted the following on his Facebook page:

"Sometimes when you are 'all in' you win, sometimes lose. By mutual agreement, Dark Matter will no longer air as of tonight."


HuffPost's call to SiriuxXM for a comment on this Bell rumor was not returned. When we contacted Noory (pictured at left), the top overnight radio host in the country, for his reaction, he merely said, "No comment."

Plus, an unnamed source scheduled for an appearance on Bell's show received an email from someone in Bell's camp, which stated: "I regret to inform you (and all upcoming guests) that "Art Bell's Dark Matter" program will no longer be airing live shows effective immediately. I'm really thankful for your efforts with regards to being on the program and I truly apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.

"Should events change in the future, I'll be sure to let you know."

The show had only been on the air since Sept. 16, and tonight's program is a scheduled repeat, after only being on SiriusXM for just six weeks.

And once again, Art Bell's radio voice is quiet.

READ MORE: George Noory on Doomsday

Criss Angel Attempts To Reanimate A Human Corpse (Exclusive Video)

Some people may accuse magician Criss Angel of playing God or, at the very least, imitating Frankenstein, as he attempts to raise the dead tonight -- using a real human corpse -- on his Spike TV series, "BeLIEve."

In the short, exclusive peek video above, Angel is in the middle of trying to bring a recently deceased man back to life.

Angel is well-known for his often death-defying feats of legerdemain, but has he gone too far this time, acquiring a real corpse for his televised experiment?

"People have died many times and they're clinically dead, then somehow they're revived back and it's inexplicable," Angel told The Huffington Post. "It's an interesting phenomenon, so I wanted to explore it."

To begin the process of trying to revive someone who's already dead, Angel had to overcome some obstacles.

"There were two things that were hard: First, to get a body -- a cadaver -- was the most difficult thing and we needed to find somebody who wasn't dead for a long period of time. The other thing was to find a facility that would allow us to do it because no facility wants to get involved because they feel that it can come off as disrespectful.

"We got a facility that said we could use them, but we had to sign an agreement that we weren't allowed to name the place, location or the owner. As a matter of fact, everybody had to be blindfolded to go there."

Angel said there were more than 80 bodies in freezers at the unnamed location.

"It was a very eerie and uneasy kind of environment, but we came away with a greater appreciation of how fortunate we are to have life and how we can't take it for granted."

For those who assume that Angel, as a magician, will probably just be working with some sort of Hollywood-type of body created for this "trick," he says, "No way!" (He's shown with the real body in the image below).


"I was given the death certificate and his name and we acquired previous home footage of this man, which we will broadcast on the show. It's going to make people's hair raise, and is something that I hope people will tune into and watch this very provocative demonstration."

Historically, there are many examples of religious accounts and beliefs in the resurrection of the human body. And the wildly popular current cultural obsession with all things related to zombies points to the public lure of things once alive, then dead, then somehow reactivated to life.

Why is Angel tackling something that he knows must have controversial overtones the likes of which other magicians might prefer to avoid?

"People are fascinated with death," he said. "That's why they stop and stare at a car accident, because their curiosity is provoked. I put my religious faith aside to explore the possibility to look at this phenomenon of people that are dead and are able to be revived.

"I ask people who deal with this subject matter all the time who perform thousands of surgeries, to see if they experience anything like that or can give us insight to it. We explore [the idea of] me being a conduit between life and death -- if we can bring somebody back for just another breath. Some people may think this is just morbid, but to me, it really shows when you stare death in the face -- inevitable for all of us -- it gives you a much greater appreciation and value for life, how fragile and important it is, and how you can't take any breath for granted."

Angel will certainly need a vacation after finishing up production of the television show. And he'll get plenty of rest, as he's about to go under the surgeon's knife -- no trick here -- to repair three shoulder muscle tears that cause him constant pain. This will require him to take a three-month absence from his "BeLIEve" stage show that he performs at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas.

The outcome of Angel’s attempt to raise the dead can be viewed on tonight’s episode of Spike TV’s “Criss Angel BeLIEve,” which airs at 10 PM ET/PT.

48 Percent Of Americans Believe UFOs Could Be ET Visitations

Nearly half the population believes UFOs could be a sign of extraterrestrial visitation.

A HuffPost/YouGov poll reveals that 48 percent of adults in the United States are open to the idea that alien spacecraft are observing our planet -- and just 35 percent outright reject the idea.

The poll was seen as vindication from the community of UFO researchers who often feel they are laughed off by government officials.

"It's always been intriguing to me how we act as though only kooks and quacks and little old ladies in tennis shoes believe in flying saucers. And it's never been true, at least for 30 or 40 years," said former nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, who was the original civilian investigator of the events surrounding the legendary Roswell, NM, UFO crash of 1947.

Friedman is very outspoken on the idea that some UFOs are intelligently controlled extraterrestrial vehicles.

"The believers are far more quiet, but far more on the side of reality," Friedman told The Huffington Post. "When you look at the polls, it's clear. And I see the benefit of that, personally, because I've only had 11 hecklers in over 700 lectures. I've been out there, all over the place, in every state, 18 other countries, and I know that my audience is more than tolerant -- they're accepting. It's been one of the things that really has kept me going."

In the HuffPost/YouGov poll, conducted between Sept. 6-7, 1,000 adults were asked if they either believed or didn't believe that some people have witnessed UFOs that have an extraterrestrial origin.

When YouGov offered respondents the choice between "slightly disagree," "disagree" and "strongly disagree," those numbers added up to 35 percent who are skeptical of the notion that any UFOs may be alien-related.

However, nearly half of the adults surveyed (48 percent) resounded in the affirmative, leaving 16 percent who indicated that they weren't sure on either side of the ET issue.


That 48 percent may seem like a much higher number from a HuffPost/YouGov poll earlier this year which showed that a quarter of Americans think alien visitors have come to Earth.

"The thing about that poll is that it had a really high percentage of people saying they weren't sure," said Huffington Post polling director Emily Swanson. "In this new poll, we have a couple of things that maybe pressed some people into having a stronger opinion.

"One of those things is that we gave people a lot of gradations of the ability to agree. We had 'strongly agree' to 'only slightly agree.'"

Swanson further explained how, in the previous poll, "we asked about aliens coming to Earth. In the new poll, we're talking about UFOs of extraterrestrial origin and whether people have seen or experienced those. There may be a difference in terms of how people are interpreting that.

"Some people might be imagining aliens coming to Earth -- meaning like little green men actually on the ground. Whereas, a UFO, in theory could be an unmanned spacecraft, just some kind of contact with alien technology, and not necessarily actual aliens being on Earth physically. It's very interesting that the people who are on the fence actually seem to be somewhat inclined to say that they do believe."

The breakdown of responses include:

-- Those who believe that some UFOs are alien in nature include 49 percent of men and 48 percent of women.

-- College grads in this category show up at 37 percent while 53 percent of those who went to college but didn't graduate are among the UFO-ET believers.

-- From a political perspective, the ET believer camp reveals 58 percent to be Democrats, 47 percent Independents and 37 percent Republicans.

Based on these current survey figures, Friedman would like to see fewer UFO eyewitnesses labeled as kooks.

"Polling has one advantage: Nobody knows who you're talking to. It's anonymous, and people are willing to say things if they know it's not going to be attributable to them," he said.

Here are some notable politicos and their UFO connections.

And faster than you can say "Boo!" the HuffPost/YouGov also asked respondents if they believe that some people have experienced ghosts.

Within the breakdown of adult Americans who responded in the affirmative:

-- 61 percent of total respondents believe in ghostly interactions -- more than the 45 percent of adults who said they believed in ghosts in a HuffPost/YouGov poll in December of 2012.

-- Those who are believers include 68 percent of women compared with 52 percent of men.

-- Politically speaking, Democrats are most likely to believe that people have experienced ghosts, at 69 percent, followed by Independents at 61 percent and Republicans bringing up the rear at 49 percent (the same order they appear in the UFO-ET part of the survey).

Regardless of your preferred party of affiliation, according to the History Channel, one of the most famous haunted houses may be the one that sits at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C.

Check out these ghostly images.

The final question posed to the 1,000 surveyed Americans in the HuffPost/YouGov poll:
Have you ever had any experiences that you would consider to be "paranormal," that is, experiences which cannot be explained by current scientific understanding?

YES = 32 Percent
NO = 51 Percent
NOT SURE = 18 Percent

How would you have responded to these questions?

The HuffPost/YouGov poll was conducted Sept. 6-7 among 1,000 U.S. adults using a sample selected from YouGov's opt-in online panel to match the demographics and other characteristics of the adult U.S. population. Factors considered include age, race, gender, education, employment, income, marital status, number of children, voter registration, time and location of Internet access, interest in politics, religion and church attendance.

The Huffington Post has teamed up with YouGov to conduct daily opinion polls. You can learn more about this project and take part in YouGov's nationally representative opinion polling.

Don’t Worry . . . It’s Almost Doomsday

Friday is the end of the world, at least if you believe the mysticism that surrounds the final date of the centuries-old Mayan calendar.

Indeed, there's some talk of prepping for doomsday, but America's leading talker on UFOs and unexplained phenomena won't be addressing his millions of followers from a subterranean bunker.

In fact, he's pretty sure life will go on, even if it will be filled with controversy over secret government files on what our leaders truly know about extraterrestrial visitations.

"I'm a staunch believer that, no matter what kind of a roller-coaster of life we may be on, we're gonna be here. It's not going to be rosy or a smooth ride, but we're gonna make it and one of the things I always say is we're in this together, no matter what," said George Noory, host of "Coast to Coast AM," the most listened to overnight radio program in North America, heard by an estimated 3 million weekly listeners on more than 560 stations and streaming to 10 million more Internet followers.


"Any calamity that might occur doesn't affect one, it affects all of us, and we'll get through it together as a team, one way or another," Noory, pictured at left, told The Huffington Post. "Is it going to be an end-all for us? Probably not around that time period. Strange things could happen at any time now."

Each night on "Coast to Coast AM," listeners are captivated with discussions on news and current events, with heavy doses of UFOs, ancient aliens, conspiracy theories, alternative medicine, life-after-death and all things curious and unexplained.

With so many people around the world wondering what will or won't happen this Friday, "Coast to Coast AM" has offered countless programs, giving its audience credible sources of information. From doomsday scenarios and phobias to NASA debunkers and religious thinkers, the program leads the pack of mainstream broadcast media in sifting through the end-of-the-world possibilities.

The "Coast to Coast AM" fan base includes some well-known -- and diverse -- music, television and movie personalities.

"These days, it's no surprise that at the close of an evening's main late night experience is tuning in to 'Coast to Coast' radio. In addition to the subject matter, I think that George Noory has a very pleasing demeanor and actually has the ability to put us at ease."
-- Billy Gibbons, singer-guitarist-composer and founder of the 40-year-plus blues rock band ZZ Top, 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees. Gibbons also has a recurring role on Fox TV's "Bones" series.

"If I'm driving anywhere at night, I immediately go to George Noory's program because I know that he's going to be talking to interesting people about very interesting things -- sometimes they're very exotic, seemingly implausible things, but George, as a consummate host, treats everybody with respect and real interest."
-- Pat Boone, hugely popular singer of the 1950s and 60s, with 38 Top 40 hits, and co-star of numerous movies, including the 1959 classic thriller "Journey to the Center of the Earth."

"I have always been fascinated by the left of center -- the paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, conspiracy theories -- those are all right up my alley. Of course, a lot of my acting career and comic book writing has been in the genre of sci-fi. I can count on ['Coast to Coast AM'] to inspire me to do some more research on specific subjects that the topics on the show will inspire me to dig deeper into."
-- Bill Mumy, who played child prodigy Will Robinson in the classic 1960s science fiction TV show, "Lost In Space," is currently a musician, comic book writer and voice-over talent.

Boone, Mumy and Gibbons all have their own opinions on the ever-looming end of the world.

"I feel that nobody knows. I just read again the 22nd chapter of the book of Proverbs in the Bible that a prudent person sees approaching danger and makes preparation; the simpleton ignores it and suffers the consequences," Boone, pictured below, told HuffPost.


"So, we try to be prudent and we built a permanent shed with a diesel-operated generator. We have a nice place to put food and water, blankets and survival stuff, if we had to have it," Boone said. "We just think that we should be prepared. If experts are telling us certain things may happen, we don't know if they will or not, but to simply ignore them and done nothing in case the predictions are right, seems not a wise choice, so we've taken some precautions.

"When it comes to the Mayan prophecy...who knows? I'm not spooked and I just think we will continue to look at and watch for signs."

On the old "Lost In Space" series, Mumy's Will Robinson character was constantly being warned of impending danger by the space-faring family's resident robot. But does he feel any danger in the air over December 21?


"I was very, very wound up about that last year, and the more I've studied it, the more I feel like it is simply a turning of the page," Mumy, pictured at left, said. "I don't expect the poles to shift. I don't expect a giant meteor to hit the Earth.

"What would be very interesting is some type of solar flare that might take out the grid for a while. That could precipitate a shift in consciousness. I'll tell you this much. On December 21st, I will be in my home, and everybody will be here. As the patriarch of the Mumy world, my little world is going to be all together then, and we're just gonna sit here."

Gibbons, pictured below, isn't quite sure what he thinks may or may not happen on Friday, when the Mayan civilization calendar is reportedly ending. He and his ZZ Top bandmates had even considered an end-of-the-world performance.

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"Just this year, we've talked about it in the dressing rooms a few times, and we couldn't decide if we wanted to have an end of the world blowout show or the next day would be a celebration show. I think everybody is scratching their heads and going, 'Well, they don't say what's gonna happen -- they just observe the end of the calendar.' So, it's looming."

Noory has a personal reason for not wanting to see the world end on Friday. In January, he'll mark his 10th anniversary as host of "Coast to Coast AM," and he'd like to see that happen.

"The problem with all of this is how long do you plan for? A week? Two weeks? Six months? Not a lot of people are capable of planning for anything that might go any longer than a week or two. But I think humanity is going to survive," Noory said.