Justified & Ancient
- May 30, 2009
Steamed Hams but it's a German expressionist film.
Vietnam has no native apes within its borders. Yet countless soldiers reported to have seen them, or rather “ape-like creatures” similar to Bigfoot, when fighting in the country’s dense jungles during the Vietnam-American war. What were the Rock Apes? Hosted by Colin Heaton.
I'd take fortean Vietnam war stories with a pinch of salt as drug use was rife among US forces at the time.Regarding the above vids , there's a YouTube channel called " Wartime Stories" (bedtime stories sister channel) who have got a few good ones about the Vietnam war.
Not only rock apes but 7 foot tall lizard men/reptillians were reported at the time.
Your remark triggers two questions:The Warren Wannabes?
They screwed me and several others over, which is typical of paranormal grifters. Can't trust anything from them.
1. Yes, @Sharon Hill, if you can, please tell us.Your remark triggers two questions:
1 Sounds like an interesting story if you can or want to tell more.
2 Who is Warren? And what did he do that they are his wannabes?
hmm... interesting that the entire concept of Dybbuk boxes was a hoax from the start, and people who "wanted to believe" ate it like candy and even spent thousands buying them.That is the thing on that episode, ultimately debunking the Dybbuk box. It's an in interesting episode if you listen to the whole thing, or at least I thought so.
5 unsolved mysteries of the Congo jungle that cannot be explained. Today, we take a look at these 5 unsolved mysteries of the Congo jungle that cannot be explained. Every single year, scientists have been finding the existence of long since believed to be extinct species all across the world, including the existence of many marine animals that were roaming the oceans back during the time of the dinosaurs. One location that's said to house some of these creatures is that of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which seems to be earth’s real life jurassic park. The Congo Jungle, also known as the Congo Basin or the Congo Rainforest, is a vast and dense tropical rainforest that covers a large part of Central Africa.
They took money from supporters without producing the promised content (on IndieGoGo). I used to write for their blog (and promoted their stuff) but they secretly trashed me (and others) while pretending to be friendly. GN publicly insulted me online (called me an "alcoholic mother") in a very ugly scene years ago. (I have never been an alcoholic and why he felt it was appropriate to call out my parenting for no reason except to be an asshole was beyond the pale.) The same kind of juvenile f***ery was confirmed by former associates. They moved on to reinvent themselves and rub elbows with other people who can pump up their career. Maybe they grew up by now. But I could not care less.
An interesting video on a little explored part of the world where there's still a chance that undiscovered creatures and happenings may occur.
5 Unsolved Mysteries Of The Congo Jungle That Cannot Be Explained
I originally read "salvia" as "saliva".Recently I've been listening to these stories. Most of them are scary and weird.
But they're read in a calming voice and are good to fall asleep by
This is: How A Benadryl Meme Ruined This Woman's Life - really scary:
Note: I read a lot about drugs and addiction (out of morbid curiosity and interest in neurology) but I never knew salvia could do you harm: