On our national poll this week we took the opportunity to poll 20 widespread and/or infamous conspiracy theories.
A mystery of sorts has unfolded in Peggy Gervase's back yard.
A majority of people surveyed believe the Obama White House is lying when it says the government has no evidence that extraterrestrial beings exist.
Having just turned 70 years old, and trying to catch up with Stanton Friedman in age, we have both discussed the need, and our desire for young people to get more involved in UFO research.
Tiny machines that could do everything from carry drugs through the body to keep our clothes clean have been a staple of science fiction for decades.
Early this week I reported what is supposed to be the first crop formation in Brazil in this new season
British troops are using a nano drone just 10cm long and weighing 16 grams on the front line in Afghanistan to provide vital information on the ground.
The Ministry of Defence closed its UFO desk because it served "no defence purpose" and was taking staff away from "more valuable defence-related activities"
A strange-looking distant galaxy spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Astronomers were on a celestial fishing expedition for pulsing neutron stars and other radio bursts when they found something unexpected
Fragments of an ancient continent are buried beneath the floor of the Indian Ocean, a study suggests.
The White House has responded to the Disclosure Petition. The final signature count was 12,078.
Thanks to two generous benefactors, the UFO Encounter Group of Hunterdon County has started a lending library.
On "The X-Files," the former TV series, FBI agent and paranormal investigator Fox Mulder had a poster of a UFO on his office wall with the legend "I want to believe"
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