British Ministry of Defense Official Nick Pope brings us up to date about UFOs, close encounters and crop circles as only somebody with an insider’s knowledge of exactly what the government knows and wants to hide can. This provocative interview offers new revelations about the Rendlesam Forest incident, where US airmen had an encounter with a UFO near a base in the UK. He also talks about MOD interest in crop circles, and his expectations about what is coming in the world of UFOs. Nick’s website is

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Those of you who are following the summer of ThePath will be glad to know that Whitley’s new Path talk willbe posted on our website tomorrow for subscribers.Non-subscribers can listen starting Tuesday byclicking “Dreamland” on our masthead and scrolling down tothe bottom. In case you need to catch up, subscribers canstill hear the first three Path talks. So grab yourtarotcards and listen!

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There’s a genuine cryptozoological mystery deep in the heartof Texas. A rancher in Elmendorf, Texas, shot a strangeanimal that ate 35 of his chickens in a single day.Scientists who have examined the creature’s body have notbeen able to identify it. is having DNAtesting done on the body. For more information and pictures,read the full story.

The Elmendorf beast is a strange, hairless dog-lookingcreature with a blue-gray color and strangely-shaped teeth.Macanally says, “First thing that came to my mind, is surelyeverybody’s gonna think this is a Chupacabra. But it’s soodd because it has no hair.” One woman who saw a photo of itsays it’s exactly how her grandmother described theChupacabras she saw.
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We’re beginning to notice that there arefewerbutterflies around this year. People who monitor Monarchbutterflies in Minnesota blame it on less milkweed, which isthe butterflies’ favorite food and the only place they laytheir eggs, but they don’t know why there’s less of itaround than there used to be.

Butterfly expert Karen Oberhauser says, “There’s adisturbing indication that [the population] is going down,because we’ve had three low years [of milkweed growth] in arow. It’s kind of a complicated problem because there’s notone smoking gun.”
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