Forteana: March 2004 Archives

March 31, 2004

Rennes le Chateau

France: Undiscovered is a nice looking site that reports on unusual Fortean style events, and takea a particular interest in a 19th century priest in France who built a lavish church, Rennes le Chateau, which is full of still-undeciphered symbols.

Basically there is a lot of lunacy out there (but where isn't there these days?) and there does seem to be quite a lot of persuasive evidence that the subject itself inspires a kind of madness, but once you get beyond the lunacy that has grown up around the subject the facts are quite straightforward.

March 18, 2004

The seat with the clearest view

Mars: The Spirit rover has spotted something rather odd in the skies above Mars - something unidentified streaking across the sky from north to south.

Only occasionally does it raise its sights towards the sky to study the atmosphere of Mars.
But it was on just such an occasion when Spirit was observing the sky with the green filter of its panoramic camera that the roving geologist came across the surprise - a streak across the peach-coloured Martian heavens.

Speculation is rife, but the smart money is on it being one of the earlier Mars orbiters, probably Viking 2, which is both fast enough and in the right oribit. UFO streaks through Martian sky - BBC News, 18th March 2004.

March 6, 2004

Unusual frog hops off

A three-headed, six-legged frog has been discovered by children in Weston-super-Mare. Environmental problems are suspected. It later escaped from the jar in which it had been kept. Puzzle over three-headed frog - BBC News, 5th March 2004 (with picture!).

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