Monthly Archives: December 2012

Skeptic News: Sightings increase of Zimbabwe’s own ‘Loch Ness monster’

A MYTHICAL serpent-like creature who lives in the murky depths of a lake and is the subject of countless childrens’ stories. Sound familiar? Meet Nyaminyami, Zimbabwe’s very own Loch Ness monster Continue reading

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Skeptic News: Ancient aliens found in Mexico?

Some odd looking skulls have been uncovered by archeologists in Mexico. Could they belong to ancient human-alien hybrids? Continue reading

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Skeptic News: Golden Duck awards: and the winner is…

Struck off MMR doctor handed award for ‘lifetime achievement in quackery’
Andrew Wakefield, discredited over autism-MMR vaccine link claims, is named Good Thinking Society’s Golden Duck winner Continue reading

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Believe in the paranormal? You must be mad!

Parapsychologist Dr Barry Taff has posted a grossly offensive, and highly unethical, blog post detailing his encounters with believers in ghosts and UFOs. Continue reading

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Skeptic News: Mysterious metal objects found near Canada/US border

Local lore has long held there be monsters gliding in the depths of Lac Pohenegamook near the Maine-Quebec border. Now it appears strange things may be in the skies, as well.
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Skeptic News: The Galloway Puma

The elusive Galloway big cat, now known as “the Galloway puma”, has been spotted for the first time in two years just outside Newton Stewart. Continue reading

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Skeptic News: Anti-vaccine damage

Alijah Williams woke up with a sunken face. Within 36 hours, the 7-year-old Auckland boy was crippled by body spasms, unable to swallow and racked with pain.

“He was screaming in agony,” mother Linda Williams said. Alijah had contracted tetanus, a potentially fatal disease which gets into the body through a wound and attacks the nervous system. Continue reading

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