Friday, June 23, 2006


June 24: The Strangest Day Of The Year?

PORTLAND, Maine (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If tomorrow (June 24) turns out to be the strangest day of the year, don’t be surprised.

June 24 is notorious for unexplainable events.

That’s according to cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, who says some of the stranger occurrences on June 24 past include: the very first UFO sighting in 1947, the fall of a “jelly- like” mass in Eton, England in 1911 and numerous Bigfoot sightings in 1980 and 2002.

There was also a sighting of chupacabras outside of a disco in Maria Elena, Argentina – while grasshoppers invaded Guatemala and El Salvador.

Also, many famous UFO buffs, including comedian Jackie Gleason, have died on June 24.

Coleman doesn’t know why June 24 is so rife with weirdness, but thinks the day may be a “window area” – like Halloween; a time when the line between the physical and the spiritual world is at its closest.

Which is, by the way, why some pagans celebrate it as the holiday called “Beltane.”

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