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11 August 2008, JellyBean @ 4:35 am

In this issue:

* Riddle of the NZ Skull

During October, 2004, a local resident of Featherston, on the North Island of New Zealand, was walking along the Ruamahunga River. In the course of his ambling he stumbled over a yellowing, cracked human skull. Hurriedly he called the police, thinking that this could have been the victim of a homicide or accident. What happened next has given rise to an unexplained riddle.

The police noticed that the skull was very old and handed it on to forensic scientists who discovered something very odd. Their research has shown the skull belonged to a European woman who lived about 270 years ago – a century before the first known arrival of white settlers in the country.

* The Honey Island Swamp Monster

Just an hour’s drive from New Orleans in the Louisiana bayou, lurks a creature – not quite human and not quite beast.

It stands seven feet tall with gray hair and yellow eyes and if you are lucky enough to see it, you should block your nose as it is always accompanied by a disgusting smell. It is the Honey Island Swamp Monster.

Widely regarded as one of the most pristine swampland habitats in the United States, the Honey Island Swamp covers an area that is over 20 miles long and nearly 7 miles across, with 34,896 of its 70,000 acres government sanctioned as permanently protected wildlife area.

It was 1974 when the world first heard of this monster when two Air Traffic Controllers, Harlan Ford and Ray Mills emerged from the swamp with an unbelievable story – and even more unbelievable evidence.

… and in the forums you can find news on:

* Chard ‘UFO’ mystery

* Crop circle star sign mystery

* Hunt for budding ghost hunters
* KAZ II inquest week

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