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Mysterious red glow spotted over the Pacific

By Jonathan O’Callaghan for MailOnline

Two pilots reported seeing a strange but beautiful underwater light show while flying near Kamchatka.

The strange lights were spotted south of the Russian peninsula Kamchatka during the flight of a Boeing 747-8 from Hong Kong to Anchorage, Alaska.

And while no explanation has yet been given, it’s thought that they may have originated from the explosion of a huge volcano under the surface of the ocean.

Strange lights have been spotted near the Russian peninsula of Kamchatka (image by Dutch pilot JPC van Heijst). The sighting was made by pilots flying from Hong Kong to Alaska. The glow came about 20 minutes after a vertical lightning bolt was seen
Strange lights have been spotted near the Russian peninsula of Kamchatka (image by Dutch pilot JPC van Heijst). The sighting was made by pilots flying from Hong Kong to Alaska. The glow came about 20 minutes after a vertical lightning bolt was seen

WHAT CAUSED THIS MYSTERY GLOW?

After the initial vertical lightning bolt it was thought the phenomenon could have been a thunderstorm, but that was ruled out when none were reported in the area.

The predominant theory at the moment is that the lights were caused by an underwater volcano.

Such eruptions are not unprecedented; on 21 November 2013 an submarine volcano famously created a new ‘island’ off the coast of Japan.

Another explanation is they were caused by lights from fishing boats.

Last week astronaut Reid Riseman was left baffled by a similarly bizarre green flurry of lights (shown below) off the coast of Bangkok.

It is thought those lights were in fact created by fishing boats. The offshore illumination comes from enormous arrays of bright green LED lights used to attract squid and other sea life to the surface.

However that explanation has been ruled out for the latest mystery glow, as more than 50 boats would be needed to produce light of this magnitude – but no fleet of fishing boats was thought to be operating in the area.

Dutch pilot JPC van Heijst explained on PBase how, five hours into the ten-hour flight, they spotted an intense flash of light like a lightning bolt, directed vertically up in the distance.

This was then followed by a deep red and orange glow 20 minutes later.

And the experience left van Heijst somewhat perturbed, owing to the lack of an explanation for what happened.

‘Last night over the Pacific Ocean, somewhere South of the Russian peninsula Kamchatka I experienced the creepiest thing so far in my flying career,’ he said.

There were no thunderstorms on their route or weather-radar, suggesting the lightning did not originate in a storm.

The glow is also a mystery; similar lights have been spotted from squid-fishing-boats, but van Heijst says this ‘would not make sense in this area’.

‘The closer we got, the more intense the glow became, illuminating the clouds and sky below us in a scary orange glow, in a part of the world where there was supposed to be nothing but water,’ he continued.

‘The only cause of this red glow that we could think of, was the explosion of a huge volcano just underneath the surface of the ocean, about 30 minutes before we overflew that exact position.’

He was then nervous of encountering an ash-plume in the middle of the night, but fortunately they did not encounter anything of the sort.

Before the flight they had heard via radio about earthquakes in Iceland, Chile and San Francisco.

But despite their being a few volcanoes on their route, they had had not been alerted to any new activity – although this doesn’t necessarily include unseen underwater volcanoes.

The strange lights (shown at the pink dot) were spotted south of the Russian peninsula Kamchatka during a flight from Hong Kong to Anchorage, Alaska
The strange lights (shown at the pink dot) were spotted south of the Russian peninsula Kamchatka during a flight from Hong Kong to Anchorage, Alaska (flight path in blue)
Van Heijst ruled out squid-fishing-boats as the origin. He says the cause may have been an underwater volcano. An ongoing investigation is taking place to find out what happened
Van Heijst ruled out squid-fishing-boats as the origin. He says the cause may have been an underwater volcano. An ongoing investigation is taking place to find out what happened

Together with his co-pilot van Heijst says they felt ‘everything but comfortable’, while no other aircraft were nearby to confirm the sighting.

‘We reported our observations to Air Traffic Control and an investigation into what happened in this remote region of the ocean is now started,’ he added.

‘Now I’m just hoping that if a new island has been formed there [from the eruption], at least it can be named after me as the official discoverer.

‘That would be pretty cool!’

¿The closer we got, the more intense the glow became, illuminating the clouds and sky below us in a scary orange glow, in a part of the world where there was supposed to be nothing but water,¿said van Heijst
‘The closer we got, the more intense the glow became, illuminating the clouds and sky below us in a scary orange glow, in a part of the world where there was supposed to be nothing but water,’ said van Heijst
Around the Pacific Ocean is a region known as the Ring of Fire, where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur that may have been the origin of glow. The horseshoe shape is 25,000 miles (40,000 km) and, with 452 volcanoes, is home to more than 75 per cent of the planet's active and dormant volcanoes
Around the Pacific Ocean is a region known as the Ring of Fire, where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur that may have been the origin of glow. The horseshoe shape is 25,000 miles (40,000 km) and, with 452 volcanoes, is home to more than 75 per cent of the planet’s active and dormant volcanoes

Source: Mail Online

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Plymouth, UK paranormal investigators receive major spike in calls over June, July

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Ghost hunt- search for paranormal activity at Palace Theatre.

Sarah Waddington
Plymouth Live

The scorching heatwave is being blamed for causing a massive increase in paranormal activities in people’s homes around the South West region.

This is according to ghost hunter expert Gary Parsons of the Plymouth Paranormal Investigators (PPI), who says they have received a “major spike” in the number of calls during the past two months.

Some people have even been afraid to enter their own homes.

Mr Parsons said: “We have received a major spike in the number of calls during June and July, with people reporting scary supernatural phenomena, and one couple almost afraid to go into their own home because of poltergeists, and residual energies making things move.”

The team of ghost hunters at Plymouth Paranormal Investigators have been in the ghostly business for years and use highly specialised technical equipment to find answers to the unexplained, and free homeowners from unwelcome spirits.

Technical paranormal expert, Robert Bryant, said: “With temperatures soaring its having an unexplained increase in paranormal activities. We use a number of items to communicate with energies and especially our Huff Wonder Box. It is designed to search out unexplained orb lights, eerie voices, and deadly spirits.

“On a recent house investigation, my body was taken over by a dead priest and refused to leave until it was ordered to leave by my colleague Amanda Oriana.”

The PPI attend haunted locations across the UK, and take part in professional paranormal investigations.

The team have a Dartmoor Mini Bus tour coming up on the August 18, and investigating eerie sites in the early hours of the morning, and a mediumship evening with Sarah MacNeill, on Friday, August 17, at the George Inn, Plympton.

If anyone believes they are experiencing a haunting or other paranormal phenomena you can contact their Facebook pages for help.

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Trailer for paranormal documentary ‘Hunt For The Skinwalker’ released

“Nobody knows what we’re dealing with…” The Orchard has released a trailer for a creepy documentary titled Hunt for the Skinwalker, made by filmmaker Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell.

This doc film is about the “most intensive” scientific study of a UFO and paranormal hotspot in human history, a place in Utah known as Skinwalker Ranch.

A scientific study first began in 1996, including “PhD-level investigators”. Additionally, there’s a rumored secret government-funded investigation looking into whether or not there’s anything to actually be found out there. “The shroud of mystery hanging above Skinwalker Ranch and the Uintah Basin has fascinated director Jeremy Corbell for years. He finally journeyed to the property to interview eyewitnesses – including the new owner of the ranch – and uncover rare, previously unreleased recordings.”

This looks like an unsettling paranormal documentary, but I also can’t really tell if it’s all fake and being sold to us like The Blair Witch Project. If you’re into UFOs and aliens, you should check out this.

Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for Jeremy Corbell’s Hunt for the Skinwalker, direct from YouTube:

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The Montauk Project Is Yet Another Proof The Government Achieved Time Travel

Proceeding from the Philadelphia Experiment, the military supposedly carried yet another secret program at the Camp Hero Air Force base on Long Island, known as the Montauk Project.

The program involved different studies, such as psychotronics, black hole simulations, and weather control. In order to perform experiments, it worked with a shadow company, the Brookhaven Institute, along with the government’s cooperation.

According to their website, this company examines a plethora of studies regarding nuclear and high energy physics, superconducting magnets and condenses matter physics.

Along with the unit of energy, the company further attributes for multiple thriving discoveries and inventions.

Their bad side is that they suffer from many lawsuits over radiation and contamination. Radiation doesn’t affect only its employees but for the surrounding environment too.

Preston Nichols is a man who claims he worked on the experiments that took place in the Brookhaven Institute.

According to him, abundant psychic research was conducted on excellent mental minds and children as well.

Some experiments successfully performed the materialization of objects, teleportation and creation of black holes.

Duncan Cameron was a person whose statement as a psychic purported to reveal the evil nature of the experiments.

Many believed he is, in fact, the brother of Al Bielek who said he achieved to travel through time in the Philadelphia Experiment. During his period in the Montauk Project, Cameron underwent tests in the Montauk Chair.

The Montauk Chair is a consciousness augmentation object where he could obtain a secured time loop between the Montauk Project and the Philadelphia Experiment.

In collaboration with Nichols, Cameron worked on a project so-called The Seeing Eye. He used his psychic abilities and a lock of a person’s hair to directly enter his mind and affect his thought.

The project came to an end on August 12, 1983 – precisely 40 years following the Philadelphia Experiment.

Cameron’s psychic capabilities freed an abnormality which devastated much of the base. Therefore, the military slowly decided to finish up the project.

The ones who participated in the Montauk Project were later said to have been brainwashed. However, many of them claim they regained their memory after some time.

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