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On October 11, 1973, Calvin Parker, Jr and Charles Hickson reported being abducted by aliens in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Decades later, in a rare interview with the Associated Press, Parker breaks his silence and stands by his story. (Oct. 11) It was an event he has been reluctant to speak about, yet it shaped much of his life. Calvin Parker, now of Moss Point, along with friend Charles Hickson, claimed they were abducted by aliens while fishing on the Pascagoula River and now Parker has written a book he hopes will set the record straight. "Pascagoula - The Closest Encounter, My Story" was recently published. It contains the first full account of the event given by Parker along with how it affected
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Farrah Abraham raised eyebrows at a court appearance on Monday stemming from her June arrest. Not only did the former "Teen Mom OG" star get slammed for wearing a revealing dress to her arraignment, she was also criticized online for bringing along her 9-year-old daughter Sophia.
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With help from NASA astronaut, treasure hunter says he may have found alien space ship off Florida's coast
Is there a giant alien spaceship sitting on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean off Florida’s east coast? Treasure hunter Darrell Miklos thinks so. And so, apparently, may former NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper. Miklos hosts “Cooper’s Treasure,” a reality show on Discovery channel. The show is based on searching for shipwrecks and other unusual items on Earth that Cooper saw from space and charted on maps he made. Miklos told the Daily Mail newspaper that while filming an episode of his TV show in the Bahamas he came across something he thinks is from another world. “I was trying to identify shipwreck material based on one of the anomaly readings on Gordon's charts when I noticed something that stuck
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Twitter responds to Massachusetts mayor boycotting Sam Adams beer because brewery's co-founder thanked Trump
Sam Adams just lost one very vocal customer. Joseph Curtatone, the mayor of Somerville, Mass., has vowed never to drink another sip of Sam Adams beer after the brewery’s founder thanked President Trump for his corporate tax-cut plans. Mayor Curtatone, who has been critical of President Trump's immigration policy, made the announcement on Twitter on Sunday evening. The post also contained a link to a Boston Business Journal article detailing a dinner hosted by Trump at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., where the president met with more than a dozen business leaders including Jim Koch, the co-founder of the Boston Beer Company and brewer of Sam Adams, Boston.com reported. “I will never drink a
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A mother and her 10-year-old son went to their local library, and it was a trip neither will forget any time soon. According to an arrest report from the Ocoee Police Department, on Aug. 1 the boy went to use the restroom at the West Oaks Library. While standing in a locked stall, he said he saw a cellphone peering over the divider. He ran out quickly to report the incident to his mother, who stood outside the bathroom waiting for the suspect to emerge. She told cops she confronted the man, who exited the library, and then reported him to library staff. The branch manager tried to track down the suspect, who drove away in his older model Honda Accord. Police were summoned. In surveillance video,
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This Michigan State fan gave his driveway skins counterpart the okey doke with the ultimate old-man basketball move.
Khloé Kardashian Breaks Silence After Accidentally Calling Her Relationship with Tristan "Complicated"
The cups at Kylie's party created SO MUCH DRAMA.