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The Sandown Clown

The Sandown Clown was a strange being encountered by two young children vacationing at Lake Common, Sandown, Isle of Wight (UK) in May of 1973. Following a sound like an ambulance siren, the children wandered across a footbridge over a stream, and met a curious, unidentifiable being that has been described as “a cross between a clown,…

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The body of a 29-year-old woman missing since November was discovered in the back of a U-Haul in California

The body of a 29-year-old missing woman was found Wednesday in the back of a U-Haul in Fullerton, California, police said. Ashley Manning was wrapped in plastic sheeting and cardboard when employees found her while emptying the vehicle and called police, Anaheim Police Department spokesman Sgt. Shane Carringer told CNN. The vehicle was rented from…

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Where Do the Voices on EVP Come From?

Where Do the Voices on EVP Come From? That, of course, is the mystery. No one knows. Some popular theories are: They are voices of the dead. This is why many researchers go to cemeteries seeking EVPs (often with great success). In this context, the phenomenon is sometimes called instrumental transcommunication or ITC. They are from…

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Dawn Olanick

New Jersey’s ‘Princess Doe’ Was Just Identified — 40 Years After Her Murder

In 1982, ‘Princess Doe’ was found beaten beyond recognition in a New Jersey cemetery. Now, investigators have identified her as a 17-year-old named Dawn Olanick. Forty years ago, the remains of a teenage girl beaten beyond recognition were found in a graveyard in Blairstown, New Jersey. Dubbed “Princess Doe,” she was buried by locals, who…

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What to know about X-rays

X-rays are a vital imaging tool used around the globe. Since first being used to image bones over 100 years ago, the X-ray has saved countless lives and helped in a range of important discoveries. X-rays are a naturally occurring form of electromagnetic radiation. They are produced when charged particles of sufficient energy hit a…

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Nikola Tesla

The Death Beam

Of all Nikola Tesla’s inventions, one he never actually built has cast an outsized shadow on his legacy. Tesla described a “death ray” which could knock enemy airplanes from the sky. Tesla didn’t think the death ray would be used to inflict violence, however. On the contrary, he imagined it as a tool of peace….

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Tesla X Ray


Although X-rays were invented by Wilhelm Röntgen on Nov. 8, 1895, Nikola Tesla had also been experimenting with what he called “shadowgraphs.” In the fall of 1894, Tesla became intrigued by damage to photographic plates during experiments to study radiant power on phosphorescent bodies. His early investigations were deterred, however, by a fire in his…

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Guglielmo Marconi

The Radio

Guglielmo Marconi, pictured, is largely credited with inventing the radio. However, Tesla beat Marconi to the punch — he just happened to run into some bad luck. Tesla had realized that Tesla coils had another purpose: They could transmit messages. But just when he was about to try it out in 1895, his lab burned…

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