The damage to a wind turbine, wasn't the result of a UFO collosion according to wind farm operator Ecotricity.
There was plenty of speculation last month as to the cause of the damaged turbine at Conisholme, Lincolnshire with some reports suggesting the damage occured after a rouge UFO went off course, clipping the turbine on it's descent.
One man however claims to have been operated on by alien beings, Terry Walters, now 62 claims that in 1966, he was operated on by extra terrestrial beings, following a back injury.
Rendlesham Forest is back in the news!
But this time it's not a UFO sighting. The Forestry Commission has set up a public 'nature trail' in the famous Suffolk forest. Complete with a guide relaying the incident of 1980...
Why are there at least 50 U.F.O. sightings recorded every year along an eight mile stretch of The Yorkshire Coastline?
Well people are flocking to the area known as The Filey Triangle to get a glimpse of the extra terrestrials...
What is going on in Norfolk? The 234 square mile 'Norfolk Triangle' has around twice the amount of reported paranormal events than the national average!
We all know the story but who was Jack The Ripper?
Matthew Hopkins, d. 1647, was an English Witch-hunter whose career flourished in the time of the English Civil War. He held, or claimed to hold, the office of "Witch-finder General" as bestowed by the Puritan Parliment, and practiced his witch-finding in, Suffolk, Essex and East Anglia.
According to a prophecy by the famous 19th century James Murell, the Essex village of Canewdon, would be populated with Witches "forever". Indeed, the village and the surrounding area have been steeped in Witch lore since at least 1580, when a woman named Rose Pye was accused of witchcraft, tried and acquitted. Legend has it that every time a stone falls from the tower of St. Nicholas Church one Witch will die and another will take her place. At midnight a headless Witch sometimes materializes near the church and floats down to the river. Anyone who encounters her is lifted into the air and let down in the nearest ditch.
The history of the UK tells tales of many strange and mystical characters. One of the most infamous being James Murrell. Between 1812 and 1860 Hadleigh, Essex was the home of 'warlock' Cunning Murrell, as he was known to the locals.
'Cunning Murrell' was the seventh son of a seventh son. His career as a white magician grew amongst the Essex folk who viewed him with suspicion and sometimes fear. A strange and mysterious character, he was only ever seen outside of his home at night and no matter what the weather Murrell always carried an umbrella with him...