Monday, December 29, 2008

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 with The Miz (ECW)

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 1

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 2

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 3

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 4

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 5

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 6

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 7

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 8

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Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 11

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Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 15

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 16

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 17

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 18

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Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 20

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 21

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Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 28

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 29

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live 2008 Part 30

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Giant UFO in Yukon Territory, 1996






Merry Christmas

Monday, December 8, 2008

A&E Biography - Ed Gein

A&E Biography - Ed Gein - Part १

A&E Biography - Ed Gein - Part २

A&E Biography - Ed Gein - Part ३

A&E Biography - Ed Gein - Part ४

A&E Biography - Ed Gein - Part ५

A&E Biography - Ed Gein - Part ६

I come here to show the biography of Ed Gein ((August 27, 1906 - July 26, 1984)

I come here to show the biography of Ed Gein ((August 27, 1906 - July 26, 1984)

Edward Theodore Gein (August 27, 1906 – July 26, 1984) was an American murderer and grave robber. His crimes, which he committed around his hometown of Plainfield, Wisconsin, generated widespread notoriety after authorities discovered Gein had exhumed corpses from local graveyards and fashioned trophies and keepsakes from their bones and skin.

He is often called a serial killer despite his conviction for only two murders,[1] though he indeed provided an influence for several fictional serial killers; Norman Bates from Psycho, Jame Gumb from The Silence of the Lambs, and Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre


Edward Theodore Gein was born on August 27, 1906 in Vernon County, Wisconsin.[2] His parents, George and Augusta Gein, both natives of Wisconsin, had two sons: Ed and his older brother Henry G. Gein. George Gein was a violent alcoholic who was frequently unemployed. Despite Augusta's deep contempt for her husband, the atrophic marriage persisted because of the family's beliefs about religion and divorce. Augusta Gein operated a small grocery store and eventually purchased a farm on the outskirts of the small town of Plainfield, Wisconsin, which then became the Gein family's permanent home.[3]

Augusta Gein moved to this location to prevent outsiders from influencing her sons.[3] Edward Gein left the premises only to go to school, and his mother discouraged his attempts to make friendships. Besides school, he spent most of his time doing chores on the farm. Augusta Gein, a fervent Lutheran, drummed into her boys the innate immorality of the world, the evil of drink and the belief that all women (herself excluded) were prostitutes and instruments of the devil. She reserved time every afternoon to read to them from the Bible, usually selecting graphic verses from the Old Testament dealing with death, murder and divine retribution.[citations needed]

With a slight growth over one eye and an effeminate demeanor, the younger Gein became a target for bullies. Classmates and teachers recalled off-putting mannerisms, such as seemingly random laughter, as if he were laughing at his own personal jokes. To make matters worse, his mother scolded him whenever he tried to make friends. Despite his poor social development, he did fairly well in school, particularly in reading.[citation needed]

Gein tried to make his mother happy, but she was rarely pleased with her boys. She often verbally abused them, believing that they were destined to become failures like their father. During their teens and throughout their early adulthood, the boys remained detached from people outside of their farmstead and had only each other for company.[3]

Deaths of family members

George Gein died of a heart attack in 1940, after which the Gein brothers began working at odd jobs to help their mother and the farm. Both brothers were considered reliable and honest by people in town. While both worked as handymen, Ed Gein also frequently babysat for neighbors. He enjoyed babysitting and related more easily to children than adults. Henry Gein began to reject his mother's view of the world and worried about brother Ed's attachment to her. He spoke ill of her around his mortified brother.[4]

On May 16, 1944, a brush fire burned close to the farm, and the Gein brothers went out to fight it. The brothers were reportedly separated, and as night fell, Ed Gein supposedly lost sight of his brother. When the fire was extinguished, he reported to the police that his brother was missing. When a search party was organized, Gein led them directly to his missing brother, who lay dead on the ground. The police had questions about the circumstances under which the body was discovered. The ground on which Henry Gein lay was untouched by fire, and he had bruises on his head. Despite this, the police dismissed the possibility of foul play. Later, the county coroner listed asphyxiation as the cause of death.[4]

After his brother's death, Gein lived alone with his mother. Augusta Gein died on December 29, 1945, from a series of strokes, at which time Gein "lost his only friend and one true love. And he was absolutely alone in the world".[5]

Gein remained on the farm, supporting himself with earnings from odd jobs. He boarded up rooms mostly used by his mother, such as the upstairs, downstairs parlor and living room, leaving them untouched. He lived in a small room next to the kitchen. Gein became interested in reading death-cult magazines and adventure stories, and between 1947 and 1954 made as many as 40 nighttime visits to three local graveyards in order to exhume a number of recently buried bodies.[4]


Police suspected Gein's involvement in the disappearance of a hardware store owner, Bernice Worden, in Plainfield on November 16, 1957. Upon entering a shed on his property, they made the first discovery of the night: Worden's corpse. She had been decapitated, her headless body hung upside down by means of ropes at her wrists and a crossbar at her ankles. The torso was empty, the ribcage split and the body "dressed out" like that of a deer.[6] These mutilations had been performed postmortem; she had been shot at close-range with a .22-caliber rifle.

Searching the house, authorities found:[citation needed]

  • Human skulls mounted upon the corner posts of his bed
  • Skin fashioned into a lampshade and used to upholster chair seats
  • Human skullcaps, apparently in use as soup bowls
  • A human heart (it is disputed where the heart was found; deputy reports all claimed that the heart was in a saucepan on the stove, while some crime scene photographers claimed it was in a paper bag)
  • Skin from the face of Mary Hogan, a local tavern owner, found in a paper bag
  • A window shade pull consisting of human lips
  • A vest crafted from the skin of a woman's torso
  • A belt made from several women's nipples
  • Socks made from human flesh
  • A sheath made from human skin
  • A box of preserved vulvas that Gein admitted to wearing
  • An array of "shrunken heads"

Some neighborhood children, whom Gein occasionally babysat, had seen or heard of the shrunken heads, which Gein offhandedly described as relics from the South Seas sent by a cousin who had served in World War II. Upon investigation, these turned out to be human facial skins, carefully peeled from cadavers and used by Gein as masks.

Gein eventually admitted under questioning that he dug up the graves of recently buried middle-aged women he thought resembled his mother[citation needed] and took the bodies home, where he tanned their skin to make his possessions. Gein's practice of putting on the tanned skins of women was described as an "insane transvestite ritual".[7] Gein denied having sex with the bodies he exhumed, explaining, "They smelled too bad."[cite this quote] During interrogation, Gein also admitted to the shooting death of Mary Hogan, who had been missing since 1954.

Shortly after his mother's death, Gein had decided he wanted a sex change. He created a "woman suit" so he could pretend to be a female.[8]

Plainfield police officer Art Schley allegedly physically assaulted Gein during questioning by banging Gein's head and face into a brick wall, reportedly causing Gein's initial confession to be ruled inadmissible.[9] Schley died of a heart attack in December 1968, at age 43, only a month after testifying at Gein's trial. Many who knew him said he was so traumatized by the horror of Gein's crimes and the fear of having to testify (notably about assaulting Gein) that it led to his early death. One of his friends said "He was a victim of Ed Gein as surely as if he had butchered him."[cite this quote]


Gein was found mentally incompetent and thus unfit to stand trial at the time of his arrest, and was sent to the Central State Hospital (now the Dodge Correctional Institution) in Waupun, Wisconsin. Later, Central State Hospital was converted into a prison and Gein was transferred to Mendota State Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. In 1968, Gein's doctors determined he was sane enough to stand trial. The trial started on Wednesday, November 14, 1968, lasting just one week. He was found guilty of first degree murder by judge Robert H. Gollmar, but because he was found to be legally insane, he spent the rest of his life in a mental hospital.[10][11]


Ed Gein's gravemarker as it appeared in 1999

On March 20, 1958, while Gein was in detention, his house burned to the ground. Arson was suspected. When Gein learned of the incident, he simply shrugged and said "Just as well".[cite this quote]

In 1958, Gein's car, which he'd used to haul the bodies of his victims, was sold at a public auction for the then-considerable sum of $760 to carnival sideshow operator Bunny Gibbons.[12] Gibbons later charged carnival-goers 25¢ admission to see it.[13]


On July 26, 1984, Gein died of respiratory and heart failure due to cancer in Goodland Hall at the Mendota Mental Health Institute in Madison, Wisconsin.[9] His gravesite in the Plainfield cemetery was frequently vandalized over the years; souvenir seekers chipped off pieces of his gravestone before the bulk of it was stolen in 2000. The gravestone was recovered in June 2001 near Seattle and is displayed at present in a museum in Wautoma, Wisconsin.[14]

[edit] Impact on popular culture

The story of Ed Gein has had a lasting impact on popular culture as evidenced by its many appearances in movies, music and literature. Gein's story was adapted into a number of movies including Chuck Parello's In the Light of the Moon, later to be retitled Ed Gein for the U.S. market[15] as well as Deranged, and Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield.[16] Gein influenced the nature of film characters, such as fictional serial killers Norman Bates (Psycho), Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), and Buffalo Bill (The Silence of the Lambs).[17] The book American Psycho contains several references to Ed Gein, as does the film based on that book.

Gein's influence is seen in musical groups drawing inspiration from his crimes. A number of band names have been derived from Gein, including one by the name of Ed Gein and a New York punk band called Ed Gein's Car. Gidget Gein, a former bassist for the band Marilyn Manson, derived his stage name from Ed Gein (and Franzie "Gidget" Hofer)।

Monday, December 1, 2008

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Dante's Inferno

Deixo aqui o inferno de Dante

The Divine Comedy (Italian: Commedia, later christened "Divina" by Giovanni Boccaccio), written by Dante Alighieri between 1308 and his death in 1321, is widely considered the central epic poem of Italian literature, and is seen as one of the greatest works of world literature.[1] The poem's imaginative and allegorical vision of the Christian afterlife is a culmination of the medieval world-view as it had developed in the Western Church. It helped establish the Tuscan dialect in which it is written as the Italian standard.[2]

Dante's Inferno - Canto I

Dante's Inferno - Canto II

Dante's Inferno - Canto III

Dante's Inferno - Canto IV

Dante's Inferno - Canto V

Dante's Inferno - Canto VI

Dante's Inferno - Canto VII

Dante's Inferno - Canto VIII

Dante's Inferno - Canto IX

Dante's Inferno - Canto X

Dante's Inferno - Canto XI

Dante's Inferno - Canto XII

Dante's Inferno - Canto XIII (Part1of2)

Dante's Inferno - Canto XIII (Part2of2)

Dante's Inferno - Canto XIV

Dante's Inferno - Canto XV

La Divina Commedia / Inferno - Canto I (Reading in Italian)

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Ufo The Greatest Story Ever Denied

This is the best of the whole story of UFO investigation that we have today. It’s an All in One, UFO’s Prophecy and technology.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Roswell Conspiracy

O caso Roswell(61anos


Este é provavelmente o incidente mais famoso e importante da história do fenómeno OVNI em todo o mundo.

Apesar de ter sido descoberto que o caso UMMO, foi uma fraude muito bem orquestrada, o "incidente de Roswell", poderá também ser considerado como tal ? Talvez sim... ou será que não ?

Vejamos o que se passou efectivamente nessa região dos Estados Unidos, e quais as implicações posteriores naquele país. Para tal passarei a descrever os factos ocorridos desde 1947 até Outubro de 1997, sem que sobre ele formule qualquer comentário.

Na noite de 2 de Julho de 1947 o casal roswellmac.jpg (7157 bytes) Wilmot que estava no exterior de sua casa em Roswell, estado do Novo México, nos Estados Unidos, viu um objecto luminoso de forma oval, durante 40 a 50 segundos, a atravessar o céu de SE para NW, cerca das 21:50 H. Na manhã seguinte, o engenheiro Barney Barnett, de Socorro, Novo México, encontrava-se a trabalhar com um grupo de estudantes de arqueologia nas planícies de San Agustin, a 400 Km a oeste de Roswell. Nesse mesmos dia, a cerca de 120 quilómetros de distância, e no sentido indicado pelo casal Wilmot, o rancheiro W. MacBrazel descobriu um extraordinário achado no seu campo... estava este distanciado a 240 Km do local onde se encontrava o engenheiro e os arqueólogos que, no meio do deserto, foram curiosamente atraídos por um brilho que sobressaía das areias. Pensando tratar-se de destroços de um avião, Barney Barnett e os jovens estudantes a arqueólogos deslocaram-se ao local, tendo constatado a existência de um objecto com 8 a 10 metros de diâmetro, de configuração lenticular parcialmente destruído, próximo do qual jaziam alguns corpos, bem como no seu interior. Estes tinham fisionomia humanoide, com olhos pequenos e cabeça excessivamente grande proporcionalmente ao corpo, que teria cerca de 1,50 m de altura, trajando com um fato integral de côr cinzenta. Pouco depois, surgiu um jeep da força aérea norte-americana com alguns oficiais, que isolaram ao local e intimidaram as testemunhas para que não relatassem o que tinham visto porque "aquilo era o resultado de uma experiência secreta de interesse nacional", feita com um balão sonda. Pouco depois chegava um enorme camião que carregou a nave e os corpos, tendo partido com destino desconhecido.

Local do impacto da nave em Roswell

Entretanto o rancheiro William MacBrazel que tinha descoberto uma área com cerca de 500 metros quadrados coberto de estranhos detritos, "como se sobre ele tivesse explodido qualquer aparelho estranho". Contando aos vizinhos a estranha descoberta que fizera e mostrando, inclusivé, um dos "detritos" que parecia assemelhar-se a alumínio mas extremamente maleável e simultânneamente muito duro, que observado de determinado ângulo podia notar-se a existência de estranhos desenhos "semelhantes a flores". Por sua vez, os vizinhos explicaram-lhe que na noite anterior teriam sido vistos pelo menos 12 (doze) objectos não identificados a sobrevoarem a região e que o melhor era dirigir-se ao cherife, George Wilcox e mostrar-lhe o achado ! E assim o fez...

Num curto comunicado à imprensa, o tenente da Base Aérea próxima, Walter Haut, informou que o força aérea dos Estados Unidos tinha "capturado" um disco voador que estava guardado no Hangar-84, da Base White Sands.

Hangar-84 onde, temporariamente, foi guardado o OVNI que caíu proximo de Roswell

Com a melhor das boas intenções o rancheiro MacBrazel, dirigiu-se aos militares acompanhado do cherife Wilcox, a fim de relatar o sucedido, após o que ficou retido na base durante bastante tempo para prestar declarações.

Regressando ao seu rancho verificou que um grande número de militares, pesquisava toda a área do achado, recolhendo estranhos detritos no local por ele anteriormente indicado, não deixando ninguém aproximar-se.

Três horas após terem entrado na base, uma parte dos destroços retirados do local onde se encontravam e o objecto encontrado no deserto, bem como os cadáveres dos presumíveis tripulantes, que tinham sido inicialmente transportados para a RAAF, foram transferidos para a base de Wright-Paterson, onde foram guardados para investigação, no Hangar-18. Mais tarde, foram novamente transferidos secretamente pelos militares para a base aérea de Muroc, na Califórnia, onde foram exibidos ao então presidente dos Estados Unidos general Eisenhower, em 20 de Fevereiro de 1954.

O Presidente dos E.U.A.,

general Eisenhower,

terá visto os destroços

do OVNI de Roswell

em 20 de Fevereiro de 1954

A partir dessa data, nada mais se soube, conjecturando-se apenas se terão sido transportados para a Zona 51, na base de Nellis, no estado do Nevada.

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Foto obtida pelo Satélite NOAA-12

do Nevada, E.U.A., região onde se

situa a Àrea 51

A justificação final que foi fornecida pela Força Aérea dos Estados Unidos sobre Roswell foi a de que entre os meses de Maio e Julho de 1947, foram lançados onze balões sonda (veremos mais à frente como esta versão foi posteriormente alterada), no âmbito do Projecto Mogul. Para aquelas entidades, os referidos balões possuíam uma "cauda", na qual estavam colocadas várias tiras em papel de alumínio, para poderem ser seguidos pelo radar. Dos onze balões só dois não tinham sido recuperados: os dos dias 29 de Maio e 4 de Junho.

Entretanto, foi exigido que fosse feito um "black out" por todas as estações de rádio das proximidades, nomeadamente a KOAT, de Albuquerque, que efectuava a cobertura do acontecimento, com a seguinte indicação enviada por telex: "ATENÇÃO ALBUQUERQUE: NÃO TRANSMITAM ESTAS MENSAGENS. SUSPENDAM AS NOTÍCIAS IMEDIATAMENTE".

J. MacBoyle, jornalista da estação de rádio KSWS, de Roswell, obteve entretanto, uma outra informação relacionada com a do rancheiro MacBrazel: é que os militares além de terem recolhido os destroços que aquele tinha descoberto, também recolhera uma nave que se encontrava semi- enterrada no solo de San Agustin, assim como os cadáveres dos seus tripulantes.

Pressionados pela opinião pública, o major Jesse roswellmarcel.jpg (5437 bytes) Marcel exibiu os destroços do que ele designou serem "fragmentos de um balão", podendo os jornalistas fotografá-los de perto, ao contrário do que sucedera na véspera, em que os anteriormente mostrados eram de outro tipo, e fotografados a uma distância considerável.

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A 8 de Julho, o jornal local "ROSWELL DAILY RECORD" noticiava com grande destaque : "A RAAF (Roswell Army Air Force, sigla que designava o perímetro militar da força aérea próximo daquela localidade, onde estava sediado o grupo de bombardeiros estratégicos nº 509) capturou um disco voador num rancho na região de Roswell".

Por outro lado, todas as pessoas que de alguma forma estiveram ligadas às observações destes destroços, foram, segundo as próprias, intimidadas, por ameaças mais ou menos veladas, feitas pelos serviços de inteligência militares, a manterem-se silenciosas sobre o assunto.


Nesta foto tirada em 1962, o general Eisenhower cumprimenta ( ? ) Kenneth Arnold, sendo este considerado como a primeira testemunha válida do fenómeno OVNI no "pós-guerra" depois de ter observado sobre os Montes Rainier em 24-Junho-1947, vários objectos em forma de anel a que designou por "flying saucer".

Com o correr do tempo o "incidente de Roswell" acabou por ficar esquecido até aos acontecimentos que tiveram lugar a 20 de Setembro 1977 , próximo da cidade de Petrozavodsk, ex-URSS. Com efeito e quase parecendo ser passado a papel químico, um facto idêntico foi testemunhado, mas, desta vez por largas centenas de pessoas. Desta vez, e verificando que a história do "balão-sonda" de Roswell não tinha força suficiente para justificar a evidência dos factos, as entidades soviéticas afirmaram que aquela nave, não era nem mais nem menos que o seu satélite Kosmos 955, que reentrou na atmosfera e caído naquela área. O isolamento da zona justificava-se pelo "material secreto" que transportava.

A partir desse momento os grupos de investigação do fenómeno OVNI e o público norte-americano remecheram no passado de Roswell, começando a fazer uma forte pressão para que fossem divulgados os relatórios secretos do incidente. Foi então que começando a situação a ficar insustentável, o senador do estado do Novo México, Steven Schiff, propôs à Comissão do Especial do Congresso, que fosse elaborado um relatório do sucedido, o mais completo possível, com base em documentos que estavam na posse da CIA, do FBI, do Conselho Nacional de Segurança e de outras agências que directa ou indirectamente intervieram no caso. Após um levantamento prévio a Comissão verificou que todos os documentos de natureza administrativa (logística, por exemplo) existentes na Base Aérea de Roswell, correspondente aos anos compreendidos entre 1945 a 1949, tinham sido destruídos, o mesmo sucedendo aos relatórios daquele perímetro militar referentes aos anos de 1946 a 1949, sem que se soubesse quem ordenara a sua destruição. Face à falta de elementos, foi elaborado um documento de 30 páginas onde se concluía que o aparelho de Roswell não passava de um balão secreto.

No princípio do ano de 1995 foi adquirido por um anónimo(?) por 100.000 dolares um filme , posteriormente divulgado em todo o mundo, no qual se constatava a existência de uma pseudo-autópsia de um dos seres extraterrestres capturados no OVNI de Roswel.

Face ao filme exibido e à polémica que ele gerou, a Comissão do Congresso norte-americano elaborou um novo relatório sobre o assunto, desta vez com cerca de 230 páginas. Nele se afirma que os "alienigenas" descritos pelas testemunhas no deserto de San Agustin, junto aos destroços de um possível OVNI, não passavam de "bonecos antropomórficos utilizados em ensaios da força aérea". Segundo o relatório, os bonecos eram elevados em balões até 10.000 metros de altitude e depois largados contra o solo por forma a determinar-se qual o resultado do impacto possível resultante de futuras reentradas na atmosfera de naves tripuladas por astronautas (e não balões sonda, com anteriormente fora afirmado) . Estes bonecos, os "dummies", assim designados na gíria militar eram fafricados com uma estrutura de alumínio e aço, revestidos de latex e plástico tendo sido testados pelos militares no estado do Novo México (saliente-se que estes bonecos só foram fabricados entre 1954 e 1959 tendo o incidente de Roswell ocorrido em 1947).

Boneco da U.S. Air Force

designado por


e utilizado para justificar

o incidente de Roswell

Face a todas as contradições, o coronel da Força Aérea dos Estados Unidos, John Haynes, realizou directamente do edifício do Pentágono, uma conferância de imprensa em 24 de Junho de 1997 a fim de fornecer o relatório final dos acontecimentos de Roswell. Perante as inúmeras questões levantadas pelos jornalistas, limitou-se a descrever o conteúdo do relatório. A uma pergunta efectuada por um jornalista da CNN, que questionando o coronel indagando se este não estaria a ser "usado" naquela conferência de imprensa porque era considerado como sendo um "incrédulo" dos OVNIs, este respondeu: "Caso encerrado ! Vocês têm aí os elementos, as datas e os relatórios..."

Por sua vez, a 4 de Julho de 1997, teve lugar uma conferência de impresnsa em Roswell, na qual estiveram presentes Derrel Sims, antigo funcionário da CIA hipno-anestesista e bioquímico, o Dr Vernon-Clark, investigador da Universidade de San Diego, e o Dr Roger Leir. Derrel Sims informou que esteve na posse de alguns dos fragmentos que, presumivelmente, teríam constituído uma parte dos que foram encontrados, por ocasião do "incidente" ali ocorrido. Apesar de céptico, Sims pediu que se efectuassem várias análises e testes àquelas substâncias que tinham um aspecto metálico. Os fragmentos que tinha na sua posse, foram cedidos pelo Dr. Jesse Marcel, Jr., filho do então major Jesse Marcel, oficial que em 1947 notificou os jornalistas que o presumível OVNI de Roswell não passava de um balão meteorológico. O oficial terá subtraído então alguns fragmentos para mostrar à sua família, tendo esta e desse modo, esta tomado posse dos mesmos.

Amostra do OVNI de Roswell

Testes efectuados pelo Dr. Vernon-Clark incluíam a análise à indutividade da massa espectróscó- pica-plasmática, isto é: tratava-se de um método normalmente utilizado para determinar a composição e as proporções dos isótopos de modo a poder determinar-se um grande número de elementos. Os resíduos de Roswell foram assim dissolvidos numa mistura de àcidos fluorídrico e nítrico; posteriormente, o líquido obtido foi vaporizado e injectado para dentro de um recipiente contendo árgon plasmático que procedeu à separação atómica dos iões; estes, por sua vez foram acelerados para dentro de um espectómetro de modo o poderem ser separados e detectados, contando-se o número atómico do núcleo que corresponde a determinado tipo de isótopo. Os resultados determinaram que o material apresentou uma variação mais significativa do que sería "normal" detectar na composição dos isótopos existentes na Terra.

Depois daquele teste o Dr. Vernon-Clark efectuou ainda um outro sobre a indutividade das emissões óptico espectroscópicas-plasmáticas, isto é: através deste método é também possível determinar a composição de um leque muito variado de elementos. Introduzindo-se uma amostra vaporizada num tubo com árgon, este separa os iões atómicos. Os àtomos são excitados pela energia do plasma, e emitindo energia electromagnética com comprimentos de onda diferentes para cada elemento. Este método difere do anterior porque nele não é possível estabelecer a diferença entre os isótopos. Deste teste determinou que aquela matéria não podia existir na natureza, tendo sido fabricado, pelo que, de momento nada mais podia adiantar.

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Para acabar, fica aqui uma pequena curiosidade ainda relacionada com o caso Roswell. Voltando ao que se passou no escritório do General Ramey, onde também se encontra Jesse Marcel com os destroços do balão metereológico, as fotografias tiradas pela imprensa foram analizadas em anos mais recentes obtendo-se já alguns resultados supreendentes. Se observarmos a fotografia à direita, onde se encontram o General Ramey (à esquerda agachado) e o chefe de equipa Thomas Dubose (à direita), poderemos ver que Ramey tem na mão um papel com algo escrito, que está voltado para a câmara. Com as investigações mais recentes conseguiu-se ampliar o que está escrito no papel, tendo a comunidade ufóloga chegado a algumas conclusões sobre certas expressões que lá se conseguem ver: "discos", "vítimas dos destroços enviadas para.... em Fort Worth" e menções a balões metereológicos como justificação para encobrir o caso.

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Por tudo o que foi exposto, desenha-se a perspectiva de que o "incidente Roswell, apesar de ter sido "encerrado" pelo Pentágono, mantem-se em aberto pelos investigadores.

Recentemente uma grande empresa norte-americana a ACC descobriu que os actuais processadores de computador foram desenvolvidos a partir de destroços retirados do objecto "capturado" pela força aérea norte-americana em Roswell em cujo projecto de investigação e desenvolvimento estiveram envolvidas dos Estados Unidos grandes empresas ligadas à área da informática...


Sunday, June 29, 2008

CNN Larry King Live: UFOs Are They Out There?

From 7/13/2007
Larry King Live CNN:
Roundtable of guests discussing Roswell and UFOs including George Noory - Radio Host „Coast to Coast", Out of the Blue The Movie, Roswell Daily Record, Astronaunt Buzz Aldrin: Apollo 11, Phoenix Lights UFO - CNN Former Governor Fife Symington.
CNN Larry King Live: UFOs Are They Out There? - 1 of 6

CNN Larry King Live - UFOs: Are They for Real? . Part 2-4

CNN Larry King Live - UFOs: Are They for Real? . Part 3-4
CNN Larry King Live - UFOs: Are They for Real? . Part 4-4


Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Bell Witch - The True Story

Neste vídeos esta uma pessoa a contar a verdadeira historia de Bell Witch mas esta tudo em inglês .
Se eu encontrar alguma coisa sobre este assunto em português colocarei no blog.
Bell Witch - The True Story - part 1

Bell Witch - The True Story - part 2

Bell Witch - The True Story - part 3

Bell Witch - The True Story - part 4


Bell Witch - Encounters

Bell Witch

Vou deixar aqui um texto em inglês que tirei do Wikipédia sobre a Bell Witch . Amanha vou colocar mais uns vídeos sobre o assunto.

Bell Witch

The Bell Witch is a ghost story from American Southern Folklore. The legend of the Bell Witch, also called the Bell Witch Haunting, revolves around strange events allegedly experienced by the Bell family of Adams, Tennessee, in 1817–1935 when the witch was said to return. John Bell Jr. also wrote a book on the hauntings that took place around him.


According to the legend, the first manifestation of the haunting occurred in 1817 when John Bell, Sr. encountered a strange animal in a cornfield on his large farm in Robertson County, on the Red River, near Adams, Tennessee. The animal, described as having had the body of a dog and the head of a rabbit, vanished when Bell shot at it. This incident was quickly followed by a series of strange beating and gnawing noises manifesting around the outside, and eventually inside, the Bell residence. Betsy Bell, the family's younger daughter and the only daughter still living at home (Bell's oldest daughter Esther married Alexander Bennett Porter July 24, 1817 when she was 17), claimed to be assaulted by an invisible force.

An artist's drawing of John Bell's death, originally published in 1894. In the foreground one can see a couple of men feeding the family cat with some of the unidentified liquid which was found near the body of John Bell. The cat died.
An artist's drawing of John Bell's death, originally published in 1894. In the foreground one can see a couple of men feeding the family cat with some of the unidentified liquid which was found near the body of John Bell. The cat died.

John Bell Sr., later in life, suffered frequent facial seizures, often rendering him speechless. While the Bell family blamed John's affliction on the witch, modern analysis of his symptoms indicates that he may have have possibly suffered from Bell's Palsy,[1][2] a paralysis of the facial muscles. (The name "Bell's Palsy" comes from Charles Bell, the anatomist that discovered the condition. Charles Bell is no relation to the Bells of Adams, Tennessee. The name is a coincidence, and Bell's Palsy was not identified until 1821, the year after John Bell's death.)

John Bell, Sr. died on December 20, 1820. A small vial containing an unidentified liquid he had apparently been given or ingested thinking it was medicine was found near the body. When some of the contents were force-fed to the family cat, the animal died immediately; the bottle was then thrown into the fireplace.

Pat Fitzhugh's retelling of the Bell Witch legend concludes with a statement to the effect that many people believe that the spirit returned in 1935, took up residence on the former Bell property, and remains there to the present day. He notes "the faint sounds of people talking and children playing can sometimes be heard in the area" and asserts that it is "very difficult to take a good picture there."

The earliest written account is in the Goodspeed History of Tennessee published in 1887 by Goodspeed Publishing. No author is given. Page 833 reads:

A remarkable occurrence, which attracted widespread interest, was connected with the family of Garry Bell, (Note: There was, of course, no "Garry Bell" in the family, there was, however according to some research, among the others who emigrated with John Bell to Robertson County a Jerry Batts, who may have been related to the "Kate Batts" who figured prominently in the legend) who settled near what is now Adams Station about 1804. So great was the excitement that people came from hundreds of miles around to witness the manifestations of what was popularly known as the ‘Bell Witch.’ This witch was supposed to be some spiritual being having the voice and attributes of a woman. It was invisible to the eye, yet it would hold conversation and even shake hands with certain individuals. The feats it performed were wonderful and seemingly designed to annoy the family. It would take the sugar from the bowls, spill the milk, take the quilts from the beds, slap and pinch the children, and then laugh at the discomfiture of its victims. At first it was supposed to be a good spirit, but its subsequent acts, together with the curses with which it supplemented its remarks, proved the contrary. A volume might be written concerning the performance of this wonderful being, as they are now described by contemporaries and their descendants. That all this actually occurred will not be disputed, nor will a rational explanation be attempted. It is merely introduced as an example of superstition, weak in the minds of all but a few in those times, and yet not wholly extinct.

The most famous account is recorded in what has come to be called the Red Book, the 1894 An Authenticated History of the Bell Witch of Tennessee by Martin Van Buren Ingram, which cites the earlier Richard William Bell's Diary: Our Family Trouble. Richard Williams Bell lists several witnesses, including General (later President) Andrew Jackson. No mention of the Bell Witch was ever made by Jackson in any of his letters, journals or papers, however. [3]

The Black Book was written much later, and published in 1934 by Dr. Charles Bailey Bell, great-grandson of John Bell.

Thirteen Tennessee Ghosts and Jeffrey by Kathryn Tucker Windham includes the story of the Bell Witch.

The Guidebook for Tennessee, published by the Works Project Administration in 1939, also contains an account that differs from Ingram's on pages 392–393.

"Other Worlds," a book published under the name of Barbara Michaels (A pen name of Barbara Mertz) in 1999, includes a very detailed version of the Bell Witch events. The scenario in this book is that of a group of psychic researchers -- the narrator of the tale is Harry Houdini, and various "solutions" (such as trickery by Betsy Bell, one or more of her brothers, or her mother Lucy Bell, or actual paranormal activity) are proposed by the narrator as well as various other characters (Frank Podmore, Nandor Fodor, Arthur Conan Doyle and so on). The Bell Witch account and discussion take up half the book. The other half is used to discuss a "haunting" in Stratford, Connecticut, at the Phelps Mansion, in a similar manner.

In culture

  • Bell Witch: The Movie starring Betsy Palmer (who played Mrs. Voorhees in Friday the 13th). First film about the Bell Witch Shot in 2002 in Tennessee but Released to video in September 2007.
  • The Bell Witch Haunting is a 2004 film made by Willing Hearts Productions. Filmed near the original location, the director claims to have encountered production difficulties such as fires and thinks the Bell Witch was responsible.
  • On May 5, 2006 a film based on the events of the Bell Witch legend, titled An American Haunting, was released. An American Haunting is a thriller written and directed by Courtney Solomon. It stars Donald Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, Rachel Hurd-Wood and James D'Arcy. It is closely based on the narrative presented by author Brent Monahan in his novel, The Bell Witch: An American Haunting. This movie's explanation of the phenomena, derived from the novel, was that John Bell sexually assaulted his daughter, and her repressed memories of the event were transferred to the "hauntings of the witch." Despite being based on a work of fiction, the film was marketed as a true story. [4]
  • The heavy metal band Mercyful Fate's 1993 album In the Shadows contains a song called "The Bell Witch" depicting the Bell Witch's attack. The song refers to John and Betsy Bell by name and ends with the poisoning of John Bell.
  • The folk/pop band The Shakers from Hendersonville, TN released a four-song EP in 1988 (Carlyle Records--CR-44881) titled Living in the Shadow of a Spirit which was inspired by the Bell Witch Legend.
  • In October 2003, the Nashville Ballet and Nashville Chamber Orchestra premiered The Bell Witch, a one-act story ballet with an original score by Conni Ellisor, choreography by Ann Marie De Angelo, and 3-D effects by renowned artist Gerald Marks. It is believed to be the first ballet ever to include 3-D effects.


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