Wednesday, April 25, 2012

A Radical Decision

I have come to what some might consider a radical decision! As you may know, I have so many blogs right now that it's sometimes hard to keep track of what's going on and where. So, I am bringing all my current blogs to a halt. I'm not deleting them. But, I am folding them as of today. In their place, I have set up a new blog titled Nick Redfern's Fortean World. Yeah, I know: it's hardly the most original or imaginative title, but it is accurate and to the point! So, from now on, while all my existing blogs will remain archived, here's the address for the new blog, Nick Redfern's Fortean World. As you'll see, the design and style has not been completed yet, and there's no content yet either. But, bear with me, and over the next few days you'll see it start to develop its life and character!

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Did Hitler Survive? A Very Strange Secret!

Over at his Room 101 page at Tim Binnall's Binnall of America, site, Richard Thomas notes the following in a new post:

"Last year, the web was ablaze with conspiracy theories when the news of Osama Bin Laden's death was announced to the world on the exact same day as Adolf Hitler's death was 66 years earlier, May 1st. Most of these conspiracies included the belief that Osama bin Laden hadn't been killed at all, because the Al-Qaeda founder and leader had been dead for years. Similar uncertainty has surrounded the fate of Hitler after WWII, only instead of dying years before the war's end, many believe the Nazi Fuhrer escaped Germany to begin a new life in South America or elsewhere. Like Bin Laden, except for a few skull fragments which could belong to anyone, no body was ever shown to the war weary public, so why shouldn't people question the official story?"

Well, to find out why some are questioning the official story, check out this interview that Richard has conducted with Gerrard Williams, co-author with Simon Dunstan of a new book titled Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler.

And, after doing that, be sure to check out Richard's very own excellent book, Para-News, which covers such issues as conspiracies, UFOs, ghosts, Cryptozoology, and much more.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Majic Eyes Only and the Alien Virus

When it comes to accounts of crashed UFOs, there is one area of the subject that is seldom discussed - namely that relative to so-called alien viruses.

There is, perhaps, a tendency for us to assume that if an attack on the Earth by hostile extraterrestrials ever takes place, it will likely involve E.T. wiping us out via the awesome power of futuristic, planet-pummeling weaponry and technology.

But there's another possibility, and it's a highly disturbing one, too. Perhaps the end might be on top of us before we even realize it. And, maybe, the first indication will be when people start dropping like flies. That's right: extermination may very well be provoked by the spreading - deliberate or otherwise - of a lethal alien virus, against which the Human Race may not have any form of defense.

If you think such a scenario is way off target, or could never, ever come to pass, you might be wise to err on the side of caution.

A very good source for such alien virus-themed data as it relates to alien life and UFOs is Ryan Wood's book, MAJIC EYES ONLY: Earth's Encounters With Extraterrestrial Technology.

Wood's title includes a large body of fascinating data that strongly suggests a direct link between certain prominent cases of UFO crash/retrieval and alien viruses.

Not only that, Wood also cites the text of official, previously-secret files reflecting the distinct possibility of severe illness provoked by alien infection.

In the pages of MAJIC EYES ONLY, Wood highlights a number of significant and relevant cases, including: (A) the reported crash of a UFO in North Wales, United Kingdom in 1974, along with the transfer of alien bodies from the crash-site to an ultra-secret installation in the south of England called Porton Down - well-known for its official research into biological warfare and exotic viruses; (B) a second event from 1974 - in Chihuahua, Mexico - involving the apparent mysterious and sudden deaths of Mexican military personnel engaged in recovering the remains of a saucer-shaped vehicle, and who were exposed to a lethal virus of E.T. origins; and (C) an event that occurred in Somaliland in 1996, in which the crash of an object of unknown origins led to widespread and severe illness in the local human and animal population.

As Ryan Wood's MAJIC EYES ONLY clearly demonstrates, the UFO issue can, at times, truly be considered a deadly one...

Check out Ryan Wood's book, MAJIC EYES ONLY: Earth's Encounters with Extraterrestrial Technology, which is the definitive guide to UFO events of the crashed kind.

And here's the publisher's information on Ryan Wood's book, which, for crashed UFOs devotees, makes for essential reading:

MAJIC EYES ONLY is the most authoritative and comprehensive chronicle ever published on the subject of worldwide UFO crashes and subsequent military retrievals from 1897 to the present. The author guides the reader through 74 UFO crash incidents supported by compelling evidence in the form of official documents, eyewitnesses and in some cases physical evidence.

Since 1984, multiple sources have leaked, revealed or discovered some 3,500 pages of UFO documents, hundreds classified Top Secret and linked to Majestic-12. These MJ-12 documents, coupled with the Leonard Stringfield data and strong investigations by other case experts, provide a powerful core of UFO crash incidents.

The idea that major governments have covered up the true nature of the UFO phenomenon for more than half a century through unprecedented secrecy, deception and intimidation strikes many reasonable citizens as preposterous. Yet, this book provides a wealth of evidence, including declassified and leaked government documents and credible eyewitness testimony, that supports the uncomfortable truth of this "preposterous" notion.

Majic Eyes Only is the Top Secret security classification for overwhelming proof of the most deeply held secret on the planet: we are not alone in the universe. Furthermore, several major governments have captured and exploited both extraterrestrial spacecraft and living aliens, for purposes that may sometimes defy understanding but which undoubtedly include the relentless quest for military supremacy and the preservation of society's established power structures.

On March 5, 1942 Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall created an inflection point in history by issuing a Top Secret memorandum to President Roosevelt that inaugurated one of the most secret enterprises the world has ever seen: the Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit (IPU). The existence of the IPU is not speculation; it has been acknowledged in several Freedom of Information Act requests. It was within the IPU that re-investigation of the 1897 Aurora, Texas UFO crash retrieval began, along with investigation of two UFO crashes that occurred in February 1942, one in the mountains of San Bernardino, California, and the other just off the Southern California coast - all of this years before Roswell.

MAJIC EYES ONLY is a landmark synthesis and review of every credible UFO crash retrieval event uncovered worldwide to date. Assembling data from his own research and numerous other investigators, including crash retrieval pioneer Leonard Stringfield, the author presents 74 UFO crashes from 1897 to the present, supported by compelling evidence in the form of official documents, eyewitnesses and in some cases physical evidence. Incidents do vary in quality, evidence, and therefore authenticity. However, any reader who starts from a neutral position will find, by the end of this book, that there is sufficient evidence to conclude that: 1) UFOs have crashed on earth, 2) governments have recovered and exploited these alien technology gifts and 3) most disturbing to a democratic free society, the "alien secret" is more important than constitutional or individual rights.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Weird Archives

I recently started writing for the Mysterious Universe site, and here's my first-post for them, which - very appropriately considering the nature of this particular blog - is on government files on weird phenomena...

The Flatwoods File

Did elements of the U.S. military fake the infamous Flatwoods Monster sighting of 1952 as part of a weird psychological-warfare test? And did they get the idea from an equally weird previously-secret file on a similar operation that occurred during the Second World War? Read on...

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Earliest Strange Secret?

Dave Clarke tells a fascinating story of what may very well be the earliest official X-Files-type investigation.

As Dave says: "The September issue of Fortean Times reveals my discovery of what may be the very first British Government inquiry into 'UFO' sightings - in 1865. 'The False Lights' were mysterious revolving lights seen above a rocky headland at Whitburn, county Durham, by mariners negotiating a hazardous stretch of the northeast coast. During a ten year period from 1860 more than 150 ships were wrecked on the rocks near Whitburn after following a light or lights in the sky which they wrongly believed were from a lighthouse at the mouth of the Tyne."

Check it out!

Monday, May 17, 2010

Secret Serpent Files?

Just recently, one of my Lair of the Beasts columns over at was devoted to the British Government's files on the Loch Ness Monster (here's the link).

It seems, however, that as interested as the Government has certainly been in Nessie at times, that interest is not reflected by Britain's Royal Navy, who confirm that while sailors may, theoretically, wish to report a sighting of a sea-serpent while sailing the oceans, there is no official "Sea Serpent File," or official mandate to collect reports...