Bigfoot or Skunk Ape, Florida Everglades

February 21, 1999 - Just before we went on the air tonight, I talked with the Miami Dade County Mayor's office about the circle of holes found at a construction site at the mouth of the Miami River in downtown Miami.

On February 17th, the Miami Dade Board of County Commissioners voted ten to one to legally seize the archaeological site under eminent domain. With this vote, the commission has a temporary restraining order against the apartment contractor who wanted to dig up the holes so he could finish his building project. With the commission's actions, a jury will now have to decide how much money will be paid the contractor to buy the site for Dade County preservation.

 

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Triangular Craft ­ Eyewitnesses in France and New Mexico

February 14, 1999 - In January 1999, I interviewed former Army Sgt. Clifford Stone in Roswell, New Mexico about his experience on the Cold War border of East and West Germany near Fulda in the summer of 1989. He and other border security were stunned and frightened by the low-flying approach of a huge, silent triangular craft that Sgt. Stone estimated to be about a thousand feet long and as thick as a five story building. There were lights at each corner of the triangle and a red one in the middle with multi-colored flashing lights outlining the triangle shape. The huge, silent craft remained stationery for several minutes at about five hundred feet above the German border checkpoint. Since that report, I have received many more eyewitness sightings of aerial triangles, including one from a Professor of French and Italian at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. In November 1987 ­ two years before Sgt. Stone's encounter ­ Professor Donald Maddox was at his vacation home in France about 180 miles south of Paris. Around midnight, he was walking by an upstairs window and stopped in amazement at what he saw in the sky.

 

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Ash Fork, Arizona Horse Deaths

February 11, 1999 Ash Fork, Arizona - Over the past six months since August 1998, thirteen horses and a mule have died in Ash Fork, Arizona. Ash Fork is a farm community about a mile above sea level west of Flagstaff in the Prescott National Forest region.

On August first, a gelding on the Susan and Harley Cox ranch became weak. Other symptoms included: tongue hanging out, sweating, having a hard time moving or standing up, eventually he went into seizures. So the Coxes had him put to sleep. Then in November, three more horses weakened, heads drooping, tongues hanging out, sweating, unable to get up and also had to be put to sleep. Their remaining four horses seemed OK. Susan told me, "We thought we were finally out of the hell hole in November."

 

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Sulfur Bacteria in Whiskeytown, California and Grackles in Louisiana

February 7, 1999 -

Tonight I have some answers to recent environmental mysteries, including the strange white substance found in water near Whiskeytown, California and and the die off of birds in Louisiana. But first, there is unsettling news this week from New England about a rare virus attacking salmon there. When the first boats from Europe arrived at American shores, there were millions of wild salmon in rivers from Maine to Connecticut. But now there are only a couple of thousand left. That is why this recent outbreak of "swim bladder sarcoma virus"- seen only twice before in salmon - is especially tragic. All the virus-infected fish came from Maine's Pleasant River. Biologists have quarantined hatcheries there and have had to kill hundreds of diseased salmon. Some scientists speculate that the virus has spread from commercial salmon farms along Maine's coast where every year thousands of fish escape from their crowded holding pens. Just as humans crowded together can spread disease more easily, those commercial fish carry diseases to wild salmon that have no immunity. Another disease has been destroying birds on the West Coast. One of the worst outbreaks of Avian cholera in memory has killed more than 50,000 water birds in Northern and Central California -- including the rare and beautiful Aleutian Canada Geese that are already on the federal threatened species list. Fortunately, bird cholera is not typically transmitted to humans or other mammals. Scientists speculate that last month's cold weather caused birds to flock together in tight spaces of open water which may have spread the disease - just like the salmon crowded in those Maine commercial fisheries.

 

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Trends in 1999 with Gerald Celente

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe
 
January 3, 1999  Rhinebeck,
New York ­ - One year ago, Gerald Celente ­ Editor of The Trends Journal in New York ­ predicted accurately in his New Year's Eve forecast that financial collapse in Southeast Asia would cause great turmoil in United States and global markets. He also warned that new viruses and bacteria could cause pandemics like the 1918 swine flu. Soon after that interview, millions of chickens in Hong Kong had to be killed to prevent a new and lethal virus spreading among poultry. Then Southeast Asia and Russia defaulted on loans and the stock market plunged downward.

So, I asked Gerald Celente recently about trends in 1999:

 

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Astronomy Updates with Brian Marsden and John Huchra, Harvard

February 1, 1999  Cambridge, Massachusetts - Whatever else happens between now and 2000 ­ this year got off to a rare start astronomically. There was a full moon on New Year's Day and another last night on January 31st. It's unusual to have two full moons occur in the same month. And it will happen again in March. That's even more unusual. In fact, double "blue moons" won't happen again until 2018.

Why blue? you might ask. Well, editors at Sky & Telescope magazine checked their archives and found "blue moon" mentioned in a 1937 farmers' almanac. But the story had nothing to do with two full moons in the same month. So, it's still a mystery why the color blue ever got attached to a second full moon.

 

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Army Sgt. Clifford Stone and Triangle Craft in Germany, 1989

January 28, 1999 -

Marine Deaths

1) Mysterious marine deaths are in the news again. On Wednesday, January 27th, eleven bottle-nosed dolphins were found dead off southern Thailand and no one knows why. The dolphins were all young males about 5 1/2 feet long. A spokesman at the Phuket Marine Biotech Center said: "It is rare and strange to find dolphins this young and strong dying in such large numbers." The Center has received six of the dead dolphins to determine the cause of death. The Thai Gulf is home to several hundred bottle-nosed dolphins, so it's important to find out what's killing them.

 

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Nuclear Sabotage in Maryland; Bull Mutilation in Colorado; and Global Warming

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe
 
January 24, 1999 -

Nuclear Sabotage

1) First, The Washington Post reported this week that five different times in December and January a woman drove through the main gate of the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant just outside Washington, D. C without getting caught. Not only was she not stopped by security, but she set fires. One burned about a quarter-acre. Now, 39-year-old Rosemary Kohl is being held at the Calvert County Detention Center under a $100,000 bond and has been charged with five counts of malicious fire-setting and two counts of trespassing.

 

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Updates: Astronomy and Rufus Baughn, Nevada Test Site

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

January 10, 1999 -

Astronomy Updates

The American Astronomical Society has been meeting in Austin, Texas this week where they have made it clear that understanding how the universe is structured has become one of the central goals in cosmology. And the puzzles outweigh the answers.

1) First, University of Maine astronomer David Batuski described the largest structures ever seen in the universe. To help understand what the structure looks like, imagine a string of 14 pearls. But each pearl is flattened more like a pancake. Each flattened pearl is actually a cluster of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of galaxies. And within each galaxy are millions of suns.

 

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Huge Unidentified Triangular Craft, Phoenix, AZ, March 13, 1997

© 1998 by Linda Moulton Howe
 
November 28, 1998 Tucson, Arizona ­ - A massive triangular-shaped craft of unknown origin was described by several eyewitnesses over Phoenix, Arizona around 8:30 p.m. on March 13, 1997. those sightings were separate and different from other reports later around 10 to 10:30 p.m. of arcs of lights and orange spheres over Phoenix.

Earlier at 8:30 p.m., at least two different groups of eyewitnesses estimated the length of a triangular craft in the sky to be nearly two miles. To date, neither military nor civilian sources have been able to explain what the huge, unidentified triangular craft was.

Five of the eyewitnesses were in a car south of Phoenix at 8:30 p.m. Tracy Roads was driving from her Tucson with her daughter, Emily, to a state swimming championship accompanied by her mother and two friends. They were all astonished when an enormous triangle appeared in the sky with a light at each corner moving towards them from the Casa Grande mountains. First, Tracy Roads, and then her 10-year-old daughter, Emily.

 

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