Bugarach, a tiny farming village (population: 200) in the southwest of France, has been inundated with New Agers, UFO-enthousiasts, and other ‘esoterics’ who believe it is the only place on earth that will be safe from the ‘Apocalypse’ — which they expect will take place on December 21.
According to them aliens waiting inside the mountain will rescue them in their space ships.
The mayor is concerned, but locals are renting out their homes to those seeking salvation.
“The government has been telling us the truth,” declared David Clarke, a senior lecturer in journalism at Sheffield Hallam University, who has a side interest in UFOs. “There are a lot of weird things in the sky, and some of them we can’t explain, but there’s not a shred of evidence for a single alien visitation.”
Wednesday December 26, 2007
Top-secret details about hundreds of sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects are to be released for public viewing in response to the nation’s continuing fascination with the subject.
Wednesday November 14, 2007
A group of former pilots who have recounted seeing strange phenomena in the sky has demanded the US government reopen an investigation into UFOs.
Sunday September 2, 2007
According to some folks, extraterrestials will soon invade the earth.
Thursday July 26, 2007
A crowd of 100 stunned stargazers brought a UK town centre to a standstill when five mysterious UFOs were spotted hovering in the sky.
In 1967 Nellie Lewis of Apaloosa, Colorado, discovered that her horse, Snippy, had been mutilated by space aliens. She said the horse gave off a sweet scent like incense, its mane burned her fingers and the boots she was wearing became radioactive.
Wednesday July 4, 2007
This wasn’t just the world’s first UFO sighting — this was the birth of a phenomenon, one that still exercises an extraordinary fascination.
It could happen only in Roswell. City officials want to help build a UFO-themed amusement park, complete with an indoor roller coaster that would take passengers on a simulated alien abduction.
Tuesday April 24, 2007
Stanton Friedman, the foremost expert on flying saucers paid a visit to the Canadian province that posted an all-time record for UFO sightings last year.