Recently Browsing 0 members
No registered users viewing this page.
:huh: free lawnmower for pickup. i have noticed an unusual spike in paranormal activity whenever i cut my grass. i have called the police and they refuse to to do anytyhing YET they send helicopters by my house every night. the blades are sharp and it works fine but i run a christian home and i will not have any evil spirits around my family or my lawn. can sell it for scrapp.
free for pick up or delivery.
BUTTE, Mont. -- Butte-Silver Bow officials told NBC Montana multiple employees are under investigation after a motion-activated camera was discovered at the Health Department.
According to the county, the employees were reportedly trying to catch paranormal activity. The incident has raised concerns about potential privacy violations.
A trail camera is reportedly the type of camera found at the Health Department. It is used for scouting purposes, is motion activated, and takes pictures in the day or night.
NBC Montana first learned about the camera set up in the Heath Department from an anonymous letter sent to our studio. It alleged that multiple employees had put at least one camera in an office.
"The location of the camera that was recovered was in an unoccupied area where patients or clients were not entering," said Chief Executive Matt Vincent.
Vincent told us the county's human resource office is investigating the matter, and they are taking it very seriously.
"Because it was at the Health Department," explained Vincent, "there's HIPPA requirements, Health Information Privacy Protection Act, that certainly raises it to a much higher level of concern."
Vincent said it doesn't appear that the camera was placed in the department maliciously or criminally.
"It's totally unprofessional and inappropriate," he said. He called it a foolish decision that puts the Health Department and the local government in a compromised position.
We wanted to know more about these types of trail cameras.
"When anything walks by it will snap," said Donald Bromley, a Bob Ward's salesman. "They're like a normal camera, motion triggered. They will take night pictures."
He explained that some of the newer versions of these cameras can capture audio and video, but most just take still pictures.
Vincent explained the police are investigating whether the found camera captured any audio or video, and that they are still getting the details.
"There will be appropriate measures taken depending on what we find when the investigation is concluded," Vincent said.
source & video
It's a chilling rhyme, with a veiled warning, that has been recited by children of a mining community for over 70 years.
?When night falls, enter the woods at your peril,
?For inside lurks something worse than the devil.
?Avoid at all costs the gathering place, where at midnight the pig-man roams on Cannock Chase.?
Since the 1940s, the pig-man ? half-man, half-swine ? has allegedly been spotted trotting through the Staffordshire beauty spot, a haven for paranormal activity, his haunting squeals echoing across the heather at dusk.
And one man has dedicated a decade of his life to discovering if there?s substance to the Black Country myth ? or if the pig-man?s just all pork, sorry, talk.
Lee Brickley, from Cannock, has gathered eye-witness accounts for his debut book, UFOs, Werewolves and The Pig-Man: a veritable A to Z of The Chase?s weird and wonderful. It?s a crackling read.
Lee, aged 27, is convinced the truth is sn-out there.
And he thinks he?s found it following a recent email from the grandson of a former soldier.
The human hog was a tale manufactured by military top brass to keep the public away from sensitive wartime installations.
The whistleblower, who has asked not to be found, said:
?He told me when he was stationed on Cannock Chase, he and some others had been tasked with spreading rumours around the local area about a human/pig hybrid on the loose in the woods.
?He said this was a known military tactic for keeping civilians away from army occupied areas.?
Yet the pig-man is still being seen, with Lee receiving reports on a weekly basis, belying claims the army was simply telling porkies. If he?s not real, then there?s an extremely ugly individual out there.
?Claire? is the latest to encounter the half-man, half-ham creature. :huh:
In an email to the author she said: ?Kneeling down in the dirt was what looked like a man, wearing trousers, a blazer, but no shirt. His face was totally deformed and I can almost certainly say he had a snout.?
?John and Anne? were forced to flee the bacon beast.
They wrote to Lee: ?The thing was seven feet tall. From the neck down it looked like a man, even wearing clothes, but its head was far too big for a human and it had an elongated face with a snout-like nose.
?When I pointed it out to my wife, she became terrified, so we started walking more quickly towards our car. That?s when we started to hear this really high-pitched squealing noise...?
Lee is keeping an open mind over the pig-man, but maintains he has seen UFOs and ghosts.
?I think the majority of UFO sightings are nuts and bolts crafts,? he said. ?Presuming they are not from outer space, they are earthly, secret military crafts.?
He excitedly read an email from one believer. ?Holy cow!? it gushed. ?I have seen the pig-man, but he was more man-like. PS: I do remember being in deep space at the helm of a space ship once.?
?Well, she?s seen something,? reasoned Lee, almost apologetically.
Possibly a psychiatrist, Lee. :iiam:
Strange noises. Moans. Sighs. :shifty:
When a man in Tasmania, Australia, heard these noises echoing through his house, he was pretty sure he knew what was wrong: He was being haunted. He therefore set up a video camera in his kitchen to catch the ghosts in action ? only to discover that the ghosts were his 28-year-old girlfriend and his 16-year-old son having sex.
Although all the participants to this affair are anonymous because it involved illegal sex with a minor, the facts are known: The woman had been involved with the videoing daddy for 11 years, making her 16 or 17 herself when her relationship with the father began. She would also have known the man?s son since he was 5 years old.
It was only when the girlfriend was 27 or 28, and the teenager was 15 or 16, that the affair began. The boy asked her about driving lessons and, somehow or other, they ended up tickling, kissing, cuddling, and finally having sex.
With all that activity going on, no wonder the unsuspecting daddy thought his house was haunted. The affair got so passionate that the girlfriend eventually took the boy far from home to have sex with him in a hotel room.
Because the incriminating video only showed kissing and cuddling, the girlfriend was initially able to pretend that her relationship with the teenager was nothing more than some almost-innocent groping. When questioned, however, the teenage boy admitted to frequent sexual relations with his dad?s girlfriend. The moral dimensions of cheating aside, the girlfriend claimed that she had no idea that sex with a 16-year-old constituted statutory rape.
The woman faces sentencing this coming week. There is no word yet on the state of the relationship between the father and his son.
The legendary Loch Ness Monster might have turned 80 this week, but one overly cautious cruise company isn?t convinced that she?s any less of a threat. While ?Nessie? hasn?t reportedly harmed a soul?or ship?to date (or actually been proved to exist, for that matter), Scottish cruise line Jacobite Cruises isn?t taking any chances.
Should the octogenarian lake-lurker turn up crotchety while any of their fleet is in operation, it?ll be smooth financial sailing for them all the same, thanks to their recently purchased $1.5 million insurance policy against any potential damages incurred by Scotland?s storied monster.
Jacobite owner Freda Newton explained to The Scottish Sun, ?I don?t know what the odds of this actually happening might be, but this is Loch Ness and how silly would we look if it did and we weren?t covered for it??
No, there?s nothing silly about this cruise line, which operates several sightseeing cruises in the Scottish Highlands region, including trips on Loch Ness. Just look at the free publicity storm they?re brewing on the heels of the 80th anniversary of the first sighting of the mythical lake creature.
Director of Inverness-based insurer Towergate Moray Firth, which issued the policy, admitted to the paper that ?This is probably the most unusual insurance request we have ever had, but we were delighted to provide cover to Jacobite Cruises.?
If you think monster insurance is strange, here are five more wacky insurance policies to safeguard your next trip against just about any (and we mean, any) risk:
In 2006, more than 100 triathletes required to swim in Loch Ness were insured for more than $1 million each against Loch Ness Monster bites. (source: The Guardian)
Love travel, but not of the intergalactic variety? No problem: The folks at Goodfellow Rebecca Ingram Pearson have got you covered in the case of alien abduction?good luck getting proof for the claim. (source: MSN Money)
England?s Royal Falcon Hotel took out a policy of more than $1.5 million in 2002, in the case that their resident poltergeist (or other paranormal activity) should cause injury or death to its staff or customers. (source: BBC News)
Looking to travel to Transylvania, but can?t bear the thought of being bogged down with blood-sucking medical bills for vampire bites? Be prepared with vampire insurance, on offer from Lloyd?s of London. (source Bankrate.com)
The National Sealife Centre in Birmingham, England, insured its visitors for some $1.5 million in the event that their sometimes crabby Japanese Giant Crab should cause death or permanent disability. (source: The Telegraph)