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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Undeniable ghost pictures-exclusive!

Sincere apologies believers, for my lack of contact over the last few months. I have been keeping a low profile and had to stay under the radar, as a number of strange occurrences leads me to believe my actions are being monitored. I risk exposure with this post, but the images I received were so startling it was my duty as a paranormal scientist to share them.

These pictures were sent to me by Patrick Dawson of Allentown, Pennsylvania. Plagued by grief over the passing of his young son, Patrick spend days grieving at is graveside. While passing through the older part of the cemetery, he felt a sudden temperature drop and suddenly felt compelled to take pictures of his the surrounding tombstones. When he later viewed the pictures, eerie ectoplasmic orbs can clearly be seen flying around the graveyard.

I have examined many ghost photographs, some real, many bogus. These are by far the most convincing I have come across. Please, keep sending in your sightings. I am currently using an ip blocker, and hope to be able to keep fellow truth seekers informed.  

Tuesday, July 6, 2010


Pictures taken on Mr. Reeds cellphone, believed to be a giant Moa bird.

These pictures were sent in by John Reeds of Dobson, a small village on the West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand. The 53-yr old was hunting deer, when he came across the 10-foot-tall flightless bird, apparently grazing.
From John's email: 

"At first I thought it was a deer, the colour (sic) was the same. But then it's giant neck sprung up and I just thought- S**T! It's a bloody Moa!"

John's first instinct was to shoot the creature, but instead he reached for his cellphone and manged to get a few pictures before the startled beast sprinted into the forest.

Moas were the dominant herbivores in New Zealand forest, shrubland and sub-alpine ecosystems for thousands of years, and until the arrival of the Maori were hunted only by the giant Haast Eagle. All species are generally believed to have become extinct by 1500 AD, mainly due to hunting by Māori tribesmen. The two largest species reached about 12 ft in height with neck outstretched, and weighed about 510 lb.

John laments that the pictures have made him a laughing stock in the small, rural area.
"I took (the) photos to the Greymouth Star (local paper) and they laughed at me! When I told the missus she asked if I was drinking. No one takes it seriously, but I saw what I saw. It's a big forest out there."

John states that on his future hunting expeditions he will be armed not with a rifle, but a high resolution digital camera and zoom lens.
"The cellphone camera was shocking. Next time I'll be more ready (sic)."

 We at Paranorm-O-rama wish John luck, and will keep you posted with any updates.

Monday, July 5, 2010


                      10yr old Diego Esquina Mendoza- A.K.A. 'Pigboy'

The first pictures of the Guatemalan 'Pigboy' have been coming in, leaving scientists baffled and divided as to his origins. 

Diego Esquina Mendoza was discovered living in a hut close to San Juan la Laguna, a small village near San Pedro. It appears Diego's adopted parents kept him hidden from other villagers.

Guatemalan 'Pig-Human' sightings are well documented, leading some experts to speculate if there may be a whole tribe of Pig-People hidden in the dense Guatemalan forests. The pig is a revered cultural figure in the poor South American country, and a rich tapestry of myths and legends detail many porcine deities.

Dr George E. Marcus, a leading anthropologist from the University of California remains skeptical until he has inspected Diego personally. 
'From the photos and reports I've seen so far, I'm assuming some sort of one-off deformity has occurred, although I can't rule out a genetic mutation running back generations.' 

He doubted it was an evolutionary off-shoot, like the Flores island 'Hobbits', or a porcine-sapient hybrid. 
'Again, it's too soon to speculate, but it seems exceedingly unlikely there is an entire Pig-race out there. Although Human and Pig albumen genes are 83% identical, it's almost impossible for the two species to successfully procreate.'

Dr Marcus continues: 'Granted, the mythos of Guatemalan Pig-Gods goes back over a thousand years. Maybe snout-esque mutations raised the social standing of certain males, making them more appealing as potential mates? Time will tell.'

An British and Canadian team has set out for San Juan la Laguna and hopes to complete a comprehensive DNA profile in the coming months.