Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Remember When Clowns Predicted the Weather?

Hurricane Matthew
Hurricane Matthew
2016 was an odd year for many reasons, but some of the most interesting events involved clowns -- yes, clowns.

Starting around August of 2016, people began spotting "evil" clowns lurking about mostly wooded areas in numerous Western countries, including America, Canada, and the UK. Shortly thereafter, the clown sightings spread around the globe. In all, scary clowns would appear in some 18 countries worldwide, resulting in police reports and panic.

Costume shops in New Zealand refused to carry clown costumes, as did Target stores. Russian Embassy officials in London warned British and Russian citizens against dressing as clowns, as did American police across the country. Professional clowns in Brazil protested whatever was going on.

That this should occur around the time of Halloween caused many to dismiss the incidents as nothing more than media-induced hysteria... but then came the hurricane.

And the clown sightings stopped.

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

3500+ Death Threats

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And counting!  This is The OddBlog.

Thanks for joining us.  We might be dead by the time you read this, but we scheduled posts to keep you around. 

Enjoy!

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

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October 9, 2016

50 USC 1520a
50 USC 1520a
USC07 50 USC 1520a: Restrictions on use of human subjects for testing of chemical or biological agents - Source: House.Gov (US).  Photo source unknown.

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Monday, September 25, 2017

Momo the Missouri Monster

Momo the Missouri Monster is largely a footnote in the annals of cryptozoology, having only two reports from early 1970 to its credit. Momo is described as "half ape, half man," covered in black fur, with glowing, orange eyes.

True to many Sasquatch, Momo -- MO for Missouri, MO for monster -- was reported to have been taller than man, reek of an awful odor, and scare dogs. In July, 1971, two women claimed Momo made bizarre noises as they passed it on Highway 79. Other reports say the women were picnicking when Momo accosted them, then ate a peanut butter sandwich when they fled to the safety of their car.

Police did not notify the public about the women's sighting until 1972, when a report of a giant, hairy beast carrying a dead dog surfaced. A nearby farmer said he had heard growling noises near his home, and that his new dog was missing. Sightings in the area continued for a few weeks, and tracks were discovered. Casts of the tracks were sent to Lawrence Curtis at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden.

He concluded that the tracks were fake.

No credible Momo sightings have been reported since, though some sources indicate Momo has been spotted up and down the Mississippi River, and there is even a short documentary.

© The Weirding, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

May 15, 2009 - Kumburgaz, Turkey UFO / OVNI


Kumburgaz, Turkey UFO / OVNI -- 2009.

(Bear in mind that the extent of holographic imagery is so advanced at this stage, that this could be an elaborate hoax orchestrated as disinformation.  In fact, the story behind this amazing footage is that the source was informed of dates, times, and locations of the sightings prior to their appearance.)

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

911 Pentagon Aftermath

Pentagon 9-11-2001
Pentagon 9-11-2001
9-11-2001 Pentagon aftermath shows no wreckage.

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Monday, September 11, 2017