Saturday, February 24, 2018


Spontaneous Human Combustion

Fire crews from Muldrow, Redland and Maple,OK were responded to a house fire on Bawcom Rd/County Road 4700 Monday early afternoon. Witnesses said they saw smoke coming out of the house.

Officials said they found a man's burned body in the middle of the kitchen floor. The house did not have any fire damage and the cause is unknown, according to Sheriff's office.

Sequoyah County Sheriff Rock Lockhart said he has never seen a case like this, “it’s kind of a unusual fire scene. I’ve worked many fire scenes, but I’ve never seen anything like this that’s why we’re calling it suspicious right now.” Lockhart said the man's death may be a case of spontaneous human combustion and they are not ruling this out.
The strange case has everyone talking about the rare phenomenon.

The body has been sent to the medical examiner's office in Tulsa, OK.

Are Werewolves Real?

Are Werewolves Real?

The werewolf phenomenon may have a medical explanation. Take Peter the Wild Boy, for instance. In 1725, he was found wandering naked on all fours through a German forest. Many thought he was a werewolf or at least raised by wolves.

Peter ate with his hands and couldn’t speak. He was eventually adopted by the courts of King George I and King George II, and lived out his days as their “pet” in England.
Research has shown Peter likely had Pitt-Hopkins syndrome, a condition discovered in 1978 that causes lack of speech, seizures, distinct facial features, difficulty breathing and intellectual challenges.
Other medical conditions that may have encouraged werewolf-mania throughout history are:
  • lycanthropy (a rare, psychological condition that causes people to believe they’re changing into a wolf or other animal)
  • food poisoning, eating of tainted bread
  • hypertrichosis (a rare, genetic disorder causing excessive hair growth)
  • rabies
  • hallucination, possibly caused by hallucinogenic herbs
Throughout the centuries, people have used werewolves and other mythic beasts to explain the unexplainable. In modern times, however, most believe werewolves are nothing more than pop culture horror icons, made famous thanks to Hollywood’s 1941 movie, The Wolf Man. Still, werewolves have a cult following, werewolf sightings are reported each year, and werewolf legends will likely continue to haunt the dreams of people throughout the world.

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Strange and Beyond News with Vance Nesbitt

Presque Isle Case still an Unknown after 52 Years - Project Blue Book Case #10798

July 31, 1966; Presque Isle State Park, Pennsylvania. 7:25 p.m.
Witnesses: Douglas Tibbetts, 16; Betty Klem, 16; Anita Haifley,
22; and Gerald Labelle, 29. Square or hexagonal object with
edges lit or reflecting light, came tumbling down from right to
left. Stopped 5-10′ above the beach and settled heavily down;
circle of spotlights at top were visible when it was on the
ground. Sighting lasted 5 minutes. .

Latest Bi-Pedal Report, Allegheny National Forest Route 6 Daylight Sighting

A man returning home from work on Route 6, sees a bi-pedal creature exit the side of the road on an angle right in front of him onto and across the highway into a wooded area. He got a good look at it and describes the being as a "Wolf Man" He said it was massive and had strange glowing eyes and a wolf head. It crossed the highway and after he passed it he looked in his rear view mirror to see it cross back again to the wooded area it came from. He also said it had strange looking legs and long arms. It's fur was very dark in color and it seemed to pay no attention to him at all. This description matches all but one report UFORCOP has received since 2014.