Crop Circle researcher Pat Delgado has died

Pat Delgardo who helped pioneer Crop Circle research has died at age of 90. His long time friend and co-authoer Colin Andrews writes: Pat Delgado, famous for being the person…

World’s smallest pigs thriving in India

The world's smallest and rarest pigs are "thriving" following their release into the wild last year, conservationists report. Camera-trap footage and surveys suggest that the captive-bred pygmy hogs have adapted…

Rendlesham Forest Bear – who was Fooled?

As suspected, the alleged sightings of bears in Rendlesham Forest were just a promotional (April Fools) stunt by the Red Rose Chain theatre company, who were promoting their Theatre in the Forset version of Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale".…

What was Hot in February 2009

February has now passed, mad March is here and signs of spring are everywhere. Around the 1st of every month I plan to post a quick list of the most…

Five favourites from 2008

  We are already in February, so I thought it was about time I posted a few links to some the most popular stories/articles from 2008. Below is the Top…

A few Weird Stories from 2008

News10 has list of some of its weirdest stories from 2008, including: Woman, Dressed as Cow, Arrested for Chasing Children (classic) Middleton Ohio police say they received numerous calls about…

Glowing Pigs pass on Gene to Piglets

Scientist from a Chinese university have said 2 out of 11 piglets born from genetically altered cloned pigs have inherited the genes that make them glow fluorescent green under ultraviolet…

Giant Skeletons were just a hoax!

It was long thought to have be just a hoax, but the National Geograhic finally put the story to bed in December 2007 when it announced that the Giant Skeletons…