The Black Vault Newsletter - March 8, 2013, Issue #002
An astronomer who worked at the Carter Observatory when the country's most famous UFO sighting occurred has dismissed it as a weather event.
United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice’s comments on the Sunday news shows following the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya
Bryan Fains still thinks the blue object he saw skittering across the sky above Centreville, Va., on Nov. 3 might have been a UFO.
Art Bell, the radio icon that joined the SiriusXM line-up on September 16th is leaving the air after just a month and a half.
Part of an ancient Egyptian king's unique sphinx was unveiled at a dig in northern Israel on Tuesday
THE Brookmans Park mother of a man who hacked into NASA’s computer network searching for evidence of UFOs has penned a book about her battle.
It is a phenomenon that has baffled residents and tourists for more than a century: mysterious lights spotted floating in the foothills of Brown Mountain in North Carolina.
It is the most famous home movie of all time. Just 26 seconds in length, it shows, in gruesome detail, the Nov. 22, 1963 murder of President John F. Kennedy.
Almost every man alive can trace his origins to one man who lived about 135,000 years ago
Thanks to new technology developed in part at the UA, astronomers can now view objects in the sky at unprecedented sharpness in visible light.
Ali Razeghi, a Tehran scientist has registered "The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine" with the state-run Centre for Strategic Inventions.
Curiosity may be sitting idle during the solar conjunction (more on that below), but there’s fresh Mars-focused news.
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