New Skinwalker Ranch UK Documentary 2018 Werewolves, Bigfoot, Men in Black and UFOs

New Release from Chris Turner UK filmmaker and dedicated reporter of all alternative subjects brings an exciting new look at some of the strange things being reported in a small corner of Yorkshire. So what is going on here? Inter-dimensional visitors from the Otherworld? Advanced military projects? Extraterrestrials? Black magic? Spirits of the land? We live in a more unusual world than most of us ever really notice. The type of incidents detailed in this documentary occur the length and breadth of our island and planet and have done arguably for as long as we have existed. This is a classic piece of citizen investigation. Strange lights in the sky, people disappearing, big cats stalking the landscape, werewolves in the woods, fairy folklore, little humanoid creatures, this is high strangeness[…]

Read more

On Location In Yorkshire with Paul Sinclair. Truth Proof

On location with Paul Sinclair…a short account of unusual incidents off the UK’s East Yorkshire coast – as featured in my book ‘Truth-Proof’. The tragedy of RAF Lightning XS894 from September 1970 has always been controversial, due to its alleged interaction with a UFO over the North Sea. However, my research has uncovered two other strange incidents, all occurring in the same stretch of water within the same timeframe – one involving a family-owned speedboat and another involving an RAF Marine launch…For more information on the UFOs and other anomalies seen around the East & North Yorkshire coastline, read ‘Truth-Proof – The Truth That Leaves No Proof’ by Paul Sinclair ISBN: 978-0957500785   For the website truth proof

Read more

Severed deer heads found on border road

  The severed heads of two deer have been found on a country road close to the Londonderry-Donegal border. The deer heads were discovered under a hedgerow on the Bridgend-to-Coshquin road on 9 March. They were found by local woman Siobhan Ryan while she was walking her dogs. Her husband, independent councillor John Ryan, said the area was notorious for fly-tipping but that the severed heads were the worst thing to have been dumped there. The discovery had upset many people in the local community, he added.

Read more