Extraordinary News of the Week (March 23-28)

Each week we delve into the top headlines that may not have made it to the front page, but are no less noteworthy.  Keep reading after the featured story, for a list of even more Extraordinary news of the week.

This Week’s Extraordinary Top Story

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Roger Marsh has written on examiner.com about a string of 9 separate UFO sightings over Florida in just 12 days!

The reports are as follows:

March 23, 2009 – Saw a diamond shape craft with 8 lights hovering.

March 12, 2009 – one larger ufo with three smaller ufos about 1/4 mile in front

March 14, 2009 – Saw small spherical orb-shaped UFO while coming in for landing at Orlando International Airport on Air Tran flight 823

March 17, 2009 – Lights would appear then separate into two to three lights then fade out.

March 23, 2009 – Spiral of lights glowing at 1-3 sec durations with lights brightening and dimmming from tail to center.

March 23, 2009 – Sighted object coming home from Pensacola Beach going home in Gulf Breeze.

March 23, 2009 – Red-orange floating dots.

March 23, 2009 – Red lights in the night sky.

March 23, 2009 – Thought they were fireworks!

You can read the unedited witness reports from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) database at how long does xanax stay in your blood.

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From edinburghviews.co.uk Mutilated Sheep Carcass found near druidic ritual site. Approximately 20 miles south-west of Edinburgh, Scotland, a sheep was discovered bearing all of the classic signs of the cattle mutilation phenomenon.   (lunesta vs ambien)

From dailymail.co.ukU.K. Psychics given Government grant to help people contact the dead. A couple who have been practicing mediums for over 5 years recently discovered that their Government is going to pay them to teach people how to be clairvoyant. (read more…)

From sciencedaily.comTriceratops was a very social dinosaur. Until recently, scientists thought that the creature was solitary, as skeletons were usually discovered solo.  However, new discoveries of bands of juvenile triceratops in the U.S. badlands suggests that they were quite social indeed!  (read more…)

From news.yahoo.comKangaroos on the Loose in France! Some mischievous delinquents released 15 Kangaroos from a theme park in southern France, prompting a major search operation. (read more…)

From thebostonchannel.comHeadmaster Squashes School Vampire Rumors. Gossip spreads that there are vampires roaming the halls of Boston Latin School.  Frightened students contact the media when one of their classmates is bitten and police were called.  (read more…)

From Philly.com: Man dies in spot where he saved future wife’s life. A former police officer suffered a heart attack and died at a Michigan gas station where he saved his future wife’s life nearly 15 years ago.  (read more…)