OUR ADVENTURE WITH FOX 40 NEWS IN NEWCASTLE, CA
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Pop star Miley Cyrus claims she was once chased by a UFO and made eye contact with an alien being that was aboard the craft. She revealed the wild tale during a conversation with designer Rick Owens in a recently published article for Interview Magazine. Asked if she believes in extraterrestrials, Cyrus replied “I had an experience, actually. I was driving through San Bernardino with my friend, and I got chased down by some sort of UFO.” In recounting the sighting, she likened the craft to “a flying snowplow” wherein “it had this big plow in the front of it and was glowing yellow.”
Cyrus went on to indicate that her unnamed friend also saw the UFO and that “there were a couple of other cars on the road and they also stopped to look, so I think what I saw was real.” Reflecting on the experience, the pop star said that she was deeply shaken by the event for days afterward and “I couldn’t really look at the sky the same. I thought they might come back.” As if her story was not strange enough, Cyrus indicated that the initial sighting itself did not feel particularly threatening until she looked over and saw a being seemingly piloting the craft.
“It looked at me and we made eye contact,” she recalled, “and I think that’s what really shook me, looking into the eyes of something that I couldn’t quite wrap my head around.” Cyrus is the second pop star to make UFO-related news this week after Demi Lovato shared a video of an unidentified craft on her Instagram page and claimed that she is able to contact ETs via meditation. Special Note: Demi spotted her UFO at Joshua Tree with her friends and Dr. Steven Greer. The two musicians’ willingness to talk about their experiences is rather indicative of how the phenomenon has become a significant part of the zeitgeist in recent years.
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UFOs have been seen all over the Los Angeles Greater Area, so to hear a report from San Bernardino, California is no surprise. Supposedly, there is an underground UFO base off Catalina Island. UFOs have been seen by many witnesses coming out of the water near Catalina Island and going into the water. Reptilian aliens have been seen by many witnesses in the sewer systems of Los Angeles. Tommy Stokes of San Bernardino says that he has lived in San Bernardino all his life and has witnessed up to 23 UFOs on several different occasions. He has seen cigar shaped UFOs, classic disc shaped UFOs and 2 globe shaped UFOs. On one particular night he encountered a small disc shaped UFO the size of a small house pass overhead. The UFO then came back and shined a bluish spotlight on him. The light remained on Tommy for about 2 minutes. Then the light did something odd. The light bent around as if it was looking at something from the back end. The light also stopped midair. The light did not shine all the way through, it stopped mid-air, like a Star Wars light saber, the light does not project out endlessly, it stops mid-air. After the light bent around, it went back into the disc and the disc flew away at a high speed. Tommy would not be surprised to know that Miley Cyrus saw a UFO. Besides all of the UFOs that are seen around Los Angeles and especially Joshua Tree, let’s not forget the Battle of Los Angeles, in which the military engaged with a possible UFO. And if you want to see a UFO at Joshua Tree, then check out this video: www.amazon.com/vdp/587ca11280f84509ba863d3e067875b1 – Many UFO sightseers flock out with Dr. Greer to Joshua Tree to see the many UFOs that gravitate to this intriguing desert area.
Now, let’s step away from popstars seeing UFOs and let’s get some chills with Melon Heads in Michigan and in Ohio, see below:
The melon heads of Michigan are said to reside around Felt Mansion, although they have also been reportedly seen in southern forested areas of Ottawa County. According to one story, they were originally children with hydrocephalus who lived at the Junction Insane Asylum near Felt Mansion. The story explains that, after enduring physical and emotional abuse, they became feral and were released into the forests surrounding the asylum. The Allegan County Historical Society asserts that the asylum never existed, although it was at one point a prison; however, the story has been part of the local folklore for several decades. Laketown Township Manager Al Meshkin told the Holland Sentinel that he had heard the tales as a teenager, noting that his friends referred to the beings as “wobbleheads”. Some versions of the legend say that the children once lived in the mansion itself but later retreated to a system of caverns (or caves in a nearby hill left over from an abandoned zoo). Some versions of this legend say that the children devised a plan to escape and kill the doctor that abused them. It is said that the children had no place to hide the body, so they cut it up in small pieces which they hid around the mansion. Rumors exist that teenagers who had broken into the mansion saw ghosts of the children and claimed to see shadows of the doctor’s murder through the light coming from an open door. The legend has spread throughout the region, even becoming the subject of a 2011 film simply titled The Melonheads, which is based around the West Michigan legend.
Legend in Ohio
The melon head stories of Ohio are primarily associated with the Cleveland suburb of Kirtland. According to local lore, the melon heads were originally orphans under the watch of a mysterious figure known as Dr. Crow (sometimes spelled Crowe, Krohe or Kroh or known as Dr. Melonhead. Crow is said to have performed unusual experiments on the children, who developed large, hairless heads and malformed bodies. Some accounts claim that the children were already suffering from hydrocephalus and that Crow injected even more fluid into their brains.
Eventually, the legend continues, the children killed Crow, burned the orphanage, and retreated to the surrounding forests and supposedly feed on babies. Legend holds that the melon heads may be sighted along Wisner Road in Kirtland, and Chardon Township. The melon head legend has been popularized on the Internet, particularly on the websites Creepy Cleveland and DeadOhio, where users offer their own versions of the story. A movie, “Legend of the Melonheads”, released in 2010, is based on the Ohio legend and various other legends in the Kirtland area.
SPECIAL NOTE FROM PAUL:
An interesting twist to the Melon Head story is that Stephen Hathrow from Michigan says that he was chased, along with his two camping friends by a so-called Melon Head. The Melon Head had a large melon shaped head, that reminded Stephen of a big white honey dew melon. The Melon Head was 3 1/2 feet tall, thin arms and hands, thin legs. The Melon Head seemed at times to glide and float. Stephen was not able to make out any facial features. As the Melon Head chased Stephen and his friends, it came upon a deer. The deer was frozen in its tracks and the Melon Head touched its snout. The deer then collapsed. The Melon Head then seemed preoccupied with the deer and no longer was chasing Stephen and his friends. About 30 minutes later Stephen and his friends saw a small triangular shaped UFO hovering in the sky and then zip away. Could Melon Heads actually be extraterrestrial humanoids that now have a bad reputation as being fugitives from a mental ward? Special Note: Stephen Hathrow mentioned that his Melon Head incident occurred at Isle Royale National Park.
Melon Heads probably gave you goosebumps. Let’s take those goosebumps away by listening to a melon song, that should bring a smile on your face, please see link below:
Harry Styles Watermelon Sugar