A 2015 youtube video of exploring the Pripyat cemetery, north of the Chernobyl, Ukraine has an unexpected visitor, as a large unidentified creature peaks out from behind a pile of debris at 1:08 in the video.
The idea that the Chernobyl Disaster may have created some sort of mutant creatures has been rumored before, as sightings of various weirdness has been reported.
While it is doubtful that Niku, the ‘trans-Neptunian object’ that is getting all the attention by astronomers right now is the fabled Nibiru, it does show that our solar system is a whole lot weirder than standard astronomy likes to claim.
I hope everyone has buckled their seatbelts because the outer solar system just got a lot weirder. – Belfast astronomer Michele Bannister
Niku, named after the Chinese word for rebellious, orbits our sun in the opposite direction of all the other known objects and at an extreme angle, out of the plane of the other bodies. Estimates have Niku at less than 150 miles in diameter, making it considerably smaller that even Ceres at about 600 miles in diameter.
It does not appear that Niku is directly related to the Planet Nine discovery, which suggests that there is an object or objects out past the Kuiper belt that has 10 times the mass of Earth.
Around 8pm on Thursday, August 4th, 2016, multiple residents of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania reported a mysterious silver shiny object in the skies above the West side of the city.
“Around 8 p.m., we were looking up into the northern sky and saw what looked like just to be a bright, silver object in the sky, and then after we got a telescope on it, it looked like it was a clear balloon that was catching the light as it moved from west to east”
If you didn’t suffer from coulrophobia before, recent photographs of a creepy clown walking the streets of Green Bay Wisconsin should help.
The creeper has his own Facebook page and has been given the name ‘Gags’.
While Gags may be a publicity stunt for a horror movie rumored to made in Green Bay, the Phantom Clown phenomenon is nothing new.