Well, not sure where 2010 has gone!?
Below is a round up of the 10 most viewed posts on Cryptoworld over the last year. Interestingly, UFOs and Thylacines are still hot topics — what will be hot for 2011?

UFOs over London

UFOs over London

Orange balls of light seem over South London
Crowds of people gathered in Balham and Tooting (South London) to watch two sets of orange lights fly in formation across the night sky.

4 new Thylacine sightings in 3 months!
Tasmanian Tiger sightings from 2006, amazing how popular this story has been.

Very Weird Unknown life form found in Sewers!
Weird video of a remote controlled sewer-cam finding something odd — is it an alien life-form?

Top 100 Endangered Species
Recent studies indicate that almost 75 per cent of the world’s most extraordinary threatened mammals are receiving little or no conservation attention.

Windermere Lake-Monster Sighting
A university lecturer and his wife have told of their surprise and subsequent horror at seeing what he can only describe as a Loch Ness type lake-monster in Lake Windermere.

Archaeological discovery enormous foot-shaped enclosures in Jordan
Researchers from the University of Haifa reveal an exceptional and exciting archaeological discovery.

Mermaid spotted in Israel
Israel was in the grips of mermaid fever after numerous sightings of the mythical sea creature.

Strange Lights everywhere, Lanterns, Military or UFOs?
More and more people are seeing strange lights (orange balls of fire) all over Britain, they have even been seen in parts of Europe, but what are they?

Top 10 Endangered Species
List of the most endangered mammals on this planet, some are so rare that they have already been classed as extinct.

Scary! Ants form Global Mega-Colony
A single mega-colony of ants has colonised much of the world, scientists have discovered.

Written by CW Staff

In the late 80s I started investigating UFOs and crop circles and joined the CCCS (Centre for Crop Circle Studies) and a local group researching strange sightings and reports along the south coast of Dorset (UK). In the early ’90s I started my own research group called SPS (Strange Phenomena Studies), this was renamed in 2004 to Cryptoworld.