Sexual assault, missing emails and UFOs? In an election that couldn’t get any stranger, UFO expert Nick Pope has taken to Twitter to try to get debate moderator and FoxNews anchor Chris Wallace to ask a UFO questions at the final debate of the 2016 election.
Nick Pope is a author, journalist and TV personality who claims to have run the British Government’s UFO Project and claims to be ‘the world’s leading expert on UFOs, the unexplained and conspiracy theories’.
Mainstream media coverage of the #AskAboutUFOs campaign @FoxNewsSunday – retweet if you want the question asked
The latest WikiLeaks revelations make a question on UFOs a genuine possibility at the final Presidential debate. An intriguing prospect.
The ‘WikiLeaks revelations’ is that recent releases by WikiLeaks have emails to John Podesta from the late astronaut Edgar Mitchell and ufologist Tom DeLonge about UFOs and aliens. This shouldn’t be a shocker to anyone as Podesta’s UFO love is well documented.
One can only imagine the look on Trump’s face if asked about UFOs.
A recent creepy clown report from Zillah Washington appears to be a fake, as it reuses a photo used in other creepy clown reports, specifically one from West Virginia. Fidel A Valencia posted this photo and this message on Sept 23 to his FaceBook account.
I saw a clown by the bridge their repairing in Zillah WA right by the Yakima river, be aware and don’t forget to stay away from these woods and don’t walk by yourself!!!😱 This is starting to get out of hand and isn’t very funny!!! Share this post so everyone and family and friends could stay safe and sound
The post uses the same photo found in a previous West Virginia report.
Zillah is a small town in Yakima County, Washington, with a population of around 3000. Tourist attractions include the Teapot Dome Service Station, the fortuitously named Church of God Zillah and the local wineries.
A new picture by Ian Bremner from Nigg, Invergordon, that appears to show three seals swimming in a row has the everyone taking about the worlds most famous aquatic cryptid, the Loch Ness Monster.
Seals are not known to live in Loch Ness, but similar photos do exist, including a picture taken in 1999 near Urquhart Bay.
Interesting, Urquhart Bay is right across the Loch from where Bremner’s photo is reported to have been taken between the towns of Inverfarigaig and Dores.
Could seals get into the Loch Ness? Absolutely. Seals have been known to cross up to 30 miles to get from one body of water to another, while the Lock connects to the North Sea by the Firth of Inverness and then the Moray Firth. The Moray Firth is home to multiple species of seal, so it doesn’t seem a stretch, especially in summer months.
Reports of more sightings of creepy clowns in South Carolina.
The details have inconsistent, except the fact that unidentified individuals dressed as clowns are haunting Greenville and Spartanburg counties. Some reports have the clowns with masks, others painted faces.
On September 1st, a woman at the Canaan Pointe Apartments in Spartanburg saw a person dressed as a clown in her backyard. She was able to get a picture before the clown disapeared into the woods, but the photo is too dark to make anything out.
Canaan Point Apartments are 35 miles from the Fleetwood Manor sighting which involved up to 30 children seeing a clown with a green laser pointer.
On Friday September 2nd, police were called to investigate a clown sighting on Rutherford Road, about 8 miles north of the Fleetwood Manor Apartments.
An additional report from the 31st of August has a clown creeping around near the Park Haywood Apartments on Congaree Road, located between Rutherford Road and the Fleetwood Manor Apartments.
“the suspicious person did not make any action, just stood and stared.”
The clown was described as a male, between ages 35 and 45, 5 feet 10 inches tall and 200 pounds.Witness describes the suspicious person as wearing a white swimmer’s cap with red hair coming out of the sides, white face paint with a red painted line around his mouth.
The clown was wearing a gray long-sleeve shirt, white gloves, white balloon pants and black boots. The smell of ‘house paint’ was also reported, an interesting detail.
Less than a month after Gags the Creepy Clown was photographed creeping on the streets of Green Bay, another creepy clown news story has surfaced.
Several children at the Fleetwood Manor Apartments in Greenville, South Carolina have reported a clown trying to lure them into the woods behind the apartments. The clown was seen by as many as 30 children and reported to possibly have a green laser pointer. Local police say they haven’t found anyone or anything, but they wouldn’t would they?