A report by the UK Airpox Board has revealed that on 2nd December 2012, pilots of an Airbus A320 reported a near miss with an unidentified object. The plane was approaching Glasgow airport when the incident happened.
Things have moved on considerably in the 400 years since the infamous "Pendle Witch Trials" of 1612. The modern witch is not what it used to be...
A second series of Yesterday TV's Great British Ghosts arrives on Friday 24th August with episode 1 at 9 p.m. BST followed at 9.30 by episode 2.
Short notice but for those interested, the 1968 classic horror film Witchfinder General starring Vincent Price and Ian Ogilvy is being shown tonight at 10.10 pm (BST) on BBC Four.
The film is based on true events carried out by self-proclaimed 'Witchfinder General' Matthew Hopkins across East Anglia from 1644 until 1646.
His two-year campaign resulted in the torture and death of probably hundreds of innocent women.
If you missed it, it's still available on the BBC iPlayer until Halloween on the 31st October, spooky!
I'm currently working on a new article on this very subject, to be published here soon. In the meantime, take a look here.
It's stood proudly on display for maybe as many as 3,000 years. Carved into a hillside in Uffington, Oxfordshire it's always been believed to be an ancient, artistic impression of a horse but retired vet Olaf Swarbrick thinks we may have missed the true meaning of the famous image and says it could be the image of a dog.
More strange orange lights have been spotted, this time in the skies over St Albans in Hertfordshire. Over the last few years, there have been many sightings of orange lights all across the UK, many of these would seem to be Chinese lanterns, while others remain a little more mysterious. See what you think of this latest sighting as reported in the Herts Advertiser:
After closer examination of the video footage recorded in June at Shrewsbury Library, the team from the West Midlands Ghost Club have been back for another investigation...
The modern phenomenon of crop circles (or corn circles, as they are sometimes known) dates back to around the late 1970's, since that time many thousands of crop circles have appeared across Britain, mostly in the west country.
To Be Continued...
An elaborately patterned crop circle that appeared near Silbury Hill, Wiltshire, has renewed debate into the mystery of crop circles.