Sunday, November 7, 2021

Spectacular Video of a Cube-Shaped Object Over Springfield, Missouri is Determined to be a UFO

Electrician Justin Johnson of Springfield was headed home from work on October 18, 2021 when he spotted an unusual object in the sky which he first thought was a helicopter flying southwest, then change direction to the northwest. He realized that it was not a helicopter and stopped to take video of the object with his cell phone, which appears to be a spinning cube-shaped UFO.

 

Justin Johnson reported his October 18, 2021 sighting of this strange object and submitted the 70-second video which was taken at approximately 5:05 pm to Missouri MUFON. State Section Director James Bair is the lead investigator on the case, with assistance from Margie Kay, Assistant State Director. Wayne Lawrence, Chief Investigator, did the video analysis of the object.

After checking with Flight Radar 24 for any plans or helicopters in the air at the time the video was taken James determined that there were none. He also checked for local balloon launches and bird migrations, but there were none reported. James stated that he does not believe this object appeared to be any type of drone, balloon or kite.

Wayne Lawrence did a careful analysis of the object and has determined that the object rotates in several different directions along its X and Y axis making 3 revolutions per second, or about 180 rpm, and at times two or three exact duplicate objects appear in the video. The sky is clear, and the sun reflects off of the object. Using Trigonometry and the known angle and likely location over the regional airport, Wayne was able to determine the size of the object to be approximately 87 feet in width (roughly the length of a regional airliner) and the altitude at 15,000 feet near the airport.

 Stills taken from the video by Wayne Lawrence. Multiple objects can be seen in some frames.

Margie Kay discussed both of these cases with a veteran drone design and operation engineer who used to work for the military, and he stated that he knows of no drone technology capable of spinning, and that to create such a thing would be an engineering nightmare. He can think of no plausible reason to create a drone that can spin on its axis.

An interview was conducted by Margie Kay with UNX News about this case and it can be viewed at


https://youtu.be/HXWk2m71_vY

A similar sighting on Tuesday, October 19 was reported by Fox 8 News in Cleveland, Ohio. Matthew Jandecka of Cleveland Heights was sitting on his porch when he spotted a spilling cube-shaped object in the sky and began recording it.

Matthew stated that “A cube that was rotating and the cube transformed from a rotating cube to a rotating sphere. It made no noise whatsoever. It appeared as though it was internal propulsion versus external propulsion. It’s not something that I would say is terrestrial.” The article can be found here: https://fox8.com/news/ufo-over-cleveland-heights-see-the-video.

In 2017 a witness in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma filmed a rotating cube in the sky. He is currently filing a report with MUFON so the video can be analyzed.

MUFON investigators continue to investigate this case and ask that anyone with video footage of this object to either file a report at www.mufon.com or contact ASD Margie Kay at 816-365-9492 or momufonasd@gmail.com. Witnesses may remain anonymous. MUFON is interested in similar cases from other states as well.

Friday, October 29, 2021

High Strangeness in Oklahoma!

 

Tonight on UNX News at 6pm CST, 7pm EST I interview Mindy Tautfest, MUFON State Director of Oklahoma about some very strange things happening in OK! Giant winged creatures, tiny fairies, UFOs, and physical evidence from a UFO. 
 
Watch now or later...
 


 
Don't miss it! https://youtu.be/xGZDEFmZ7t0

Friday, October 22, 2021

1974 Bigfoot Sighting in Marceline, Missouri

My brother-in-law, Phillip Timmons, related this tale to me in 1976, and again in 2005 before he passed. Phil was a very straight-laced guy without any imagination. He didn't believe anything unless he saw it for himself. And bigfoot was on his list of "No Such Thing." That is, until he came face-to-face with the creature himself. 

Phil had spent an afternoon with friends in the summer of 1974 when he was 19 years old. He and several friends went swimming at one of the local mine pits that had filled with rain water. The pits were about three miles outside of the town of Marceline, Missouri, and were accessible only on gravel roads in the woods which weren't well traveled. 

On his way home at dusk, Phil turned the corner in his 1970 Dodge Charger and quickly came to an abrupt stop upon seeing a huge male bigfoot with a conical head crossing the road in front of him. There was no mistaking what it was. He was about 12 or 15 feet away from the creature, who stopped dead it is tracks, and turned to face Phil, who was alone in his car. The brown, hairy, red-eyed creature stared Phil down and did not budge from its position in the center of the narrow road. 

Scared out of his mind, Phil realized that there was no room to get around the 8' tall beast, who obviously was not afraid of him or his vehicle. Phil thought that it would be best not to approach any further as it seemed that the creature would certainly be able to rip his car apart to get to him. He didn't want to get hurt, and didn't want his prized car ruined, either. So he backed up. And the only way to get out of there was to continue backing up for three miles until he found a place to turn around and go another direction to get home. 

That incident made a believer out of Phil. He never went swimming at the pits again, and he never doubted sighting stories about bigfoot again. 

Marceline may be famous for being the hometown of Walt Disney, but it has other things going on in the woods around the town. 

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Margie Kay is a writer, investigator, and presenter. Reach her at www.margiekay.com.

Monday, September 20, 2021

Haunted Pepper Canister Church in Ireland

St. Stephen's Church, or more popularly known as the Pepper Canister or Pepper Pot Church in Dublin, Ireland, is a known site for
ghostly activity.

It gets it’s nickname since the church spire looks like a pepper canister.

The church, built in 1821 by John Bowden and Joseph Welland. It is located on Mount Street Upper has a sinister reputation.

The capital city of Dublin has a strong connection with the paranormal. It was home to Bram Stoker and Sheridan Le Fanu - both famous horror writers.

But that is not all there is to the story, the locals say if you walk around the church three times, you'll come face-to-face with no other than the devil himself! I don't know if it is worth the risk!

 

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Margie Kay is the Editor-in-Chief of UnX News Magazine and host of UnX News Radio. www.unxmedia.com

 

Halloween Tradition Origins

 By Violet Wisdom

Plenty has changed in the 2,000 years since the Celtic’s celebration of Samhain to today’s customs of plastic pumpkins and costume contests. Although our modern Halloween is now filled with weekend parties and trunks full of candy, today’s All Hallows Eve still includes many traditions that have evolved to become a part of this holiday. Every one of them has an origin, some of which just might surprise you.

 

Bobbing for apples on Halloween finds its roots in the quest for love. Though there are many versions of the original tradition, a common tradition concluded that whoever bit into an apple first would be the first to be married.  By placing the bit apple under your pillow, it was believed you could see your future mate in your dreams.

 

The tradition of dressing in costume originated in the idea that Halloween was believed to be the night the dead would roam. Dressing like a spirit was a way to protect yourself from being harmed or taken by a spirit as you would simply blend in as if you were a spirit yourself.

 Mass manufactured costumes first became available in the 1930’s.

Today, Americans spend nearly 7 billion dollars a year on             costumes, candy, and decorations.

 

Jack O Lanterns- Originally turnips were carved, not pumpkins. An Irish folklore tells the story of Stingy Jack, the lazy blacksmith who uses a carved turnip as a lamp to see his way through the darkness of being trapped for eternity after a deal gone wrong caused him to be refused in both heaven and hell.
 

German traditions: The witches of the Harz mountains specifically Brocken Peak, are listed on maps going into the 1800’s. A place where women who were once forest goddesses, then priestess, and finally doctors. The legend tells that these once worshiped women were damned to become witches. Walpurgisnacht, the night of witches is celebrated on the eve of May 1st, this holiday has become blended with Halloween which wasn’t celebrated in Germany until the 1990’s. Fasching celebrations (German pre-lent celebration) were cancelled in 1991 as part of focusing on efforts in the Gulf War. To replace the loss of costume and toy sales, a campaign for Germans to adopt Halloween began.

 Trick or treating in Germany began as a trade of songs or prayers for the dead in return for food- commonly a soul cake which was a flat bread with fruit inside.

Here in the United States, trick or treating in the 1930’s saw an increase in Halloween vandalism. Kids went from soaping windows and setting up tripping ropes to throwing bricks into buildings, pulling fire alarms and many other forms of vandalism, especially when demands for treats weren’t met.

In 1950, the Senate Judiciary Committee under President Harry Truman made a recommendation that Halloween be rebranded as “Youth Honor Day”. The House of Representatives did not act on the motion.

Whether this Halloween finds you connected to the ancient celebration of the thinning of the boundaries that separate our world and the Otherworld, or simply popping into a weekend party complete with candy from a car trunk, may your traditions be lively and your day spooktacular!

 

Violet Wisdom

 

 

Thursday, August 19, 2021

New Digital Radio Network to Launch Soon

KUNX-db

UnX Media recently acquired the call sign KUNX-db for a new digital radio broadcasting network to be launched in September, 2021. UnX media publishes books and UnX News Magazine, and owns UnX News Podcast. 

Margie Kay is the president of UnX Media. She is a veteran paranormal and UFO investigator and researcher, and holds a PI license in Missouri. She is the host of UnX News Podcast which is streamed live on YouTube and Facebook, and is archived on YouTube. Prior to hosting this show Margie hosted Quest Radio Show on KCXL Kansas City and UnX News on KGRA-db. She is the author of 14 books. 

The objective of the new radio network is to provide programing by professional investigative reporters, researchers, and investigators in the fields of ufology, archeology, secret societies, paranormal, and more. Margie Kay's UnX News show will continue airing on the new station and new programs will be added soon. 

Contact:

Margie Kay
unxnewseditor@gmail.com
www.unxmedia.com

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Is There a Mothman in Kansas City Again?

I have a question mark after the title of this article because I honestly don't know what the heck I saw. I was meditating while sitting in my hot tub last night at 10:30 pm August 9, 2021 some very strange things occurred. There are two streetlights which sit diagonally from the corners of my house about 75 feet away. 

First, as I was approaching the hot tub I felt what can only be described as webs on my legs and head, I thought I had run into a spider web but could find nothing. My husband had just come in from the deck so it was highly unlikely that a spider could have spun a web in a couple of minutes. Note: I began working on a UFO case a few days later and the witness said that he felt invisible webs on him just prior to seeing a UFO and Alien being. It may be related to my experience. 

I had my eyes closed while sitting in the hot tub, but heard a noise which made me open my eyes. I sensed that something was nearby. Then I saw a shadow on my deck, and a very clear outline of the right side of a body with a wing, which then closed. I immediately looked in the direction of the streetlight but there was nothing there. The shadow was about 3 ft. 6" in height so whatever made it was big. I've seen birds and insects fly by that streetlight and they never cause a shadow that large. And whatever it was hovered in place which is something that birds don't do.

Next, I heard a car move into my gravel driveway, except there was no engine sound. I

assumed it must have been an electric vehicle. Then a car door shut. At that point, I jumped up and went to the end of my deck to see who the heck was in my driveway at that time of night - only to see nothing there. No car, no person, nothing. Since we have the only gravel driveway nearby, it had to be my driveway and no one else's.  I did look in all of the other driveways, but no one was around. I wondered several things then - was this a car in another dimension? And who was the person who got out of the vehicle? 

I then went inside the house and texted Jean Walker (another investigator I work with) about this and she and I were discussing it when something flew by the second streetlight, blocking it out completely. I could see this through my half-open blinds. Whatever it was had to be big. I opened the front door and looked around and saw nothing, but again, sensed that something was there. And it "felt" like a Mothman. Whatever that means. Its difficult to describe but that is what I sensed. 

Then Jean told me that she saw a huge shadow on the road in front of her as she was driving from North Kansas City to Raytown earlier the same day. At first she thought it was a plane, but she could seen no plane and nothing else, and the wing looked strange with a thicker end on it, unlike the wing of a plane. And it was only the right half of something - just like I saw. She wonders if it was a Mothman. She and I have never heard of or experienced anything like this, but to have it happen to both of us on the same day is incredibly coincidental.

Its very odd but since Jean and I have been working together on UFO and cryptid cases, the same things seem to happen to both of us at or around the same time - even when we are not together. 

I've taken over 100 case reports of winged creatures to date, and placed them on Google Maps under Winged Cryptid Sightings, and many are in my book Winged Aliens. Most of the Mothman reports are from the Greater Kansas City area. 

So is there a Mothman once again flying around the Kansas City area?  Keep your eyes peeled and your camera ready!

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Margie Kay is a veteran UFO and paranormal investigator. She is the publisher of UnX News Magazine, and editor at UnX Media. She hosts UnX News Podcast. www.unxmedia.com