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What to Do With Your Old iPhone

Did you just preorder a new iPhone? Planning to upgrade in the near future? Give some thought to how you can make the best use of that old device you’re leaving behind. Sell It to Amazon You could sell your device as an independent seller on Amazon, but the easier path is to let Amazon sell it for you. You can use Amazon’s trade-in service to get an estimate based on your iPhone’s capacity, finish, and condition. Amazon gives you a mailing label, you send in the phone, then Amazon gives you a gift card for the prearranged amount. The …

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The Mystery Of A Massive 5,000-Year-Old Cochno Stone • Latest UFO sightings

The ancient Cochno Stone in Scotland has around 90 intricate spirals, and some authors believe it represents an ancient cosmic map. The discovery of the 5,000-year-old mysterious stone in 1887 has been considered as one of the greatest discoveries in archaeology. Regarded as one of the most impressive sets of petroglyphs, many researchers believe they represent a cosmic map that provides details of planets and stars. Rev. James Harvey discovered it in 1887, and in 1965, archeologist Ludovic Maclellan Mann buried the massive slab to protect it from damage and prevent people from vandalizing into it. Archaeologists still can’t tell …

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The Kildare Mansion

I did this post on The Kildare Mansion a couple of years ago. I have updated to include some of the more recent controversies surrounding this magnificent, haunted mansion. The Kildare Mansion was first famous for it’s ghosts.  It was built in 1886 by a wealthy Irishman named O’Shaughnessy.   He built the castle as a reminder of his homeland, Ireland.   He put a fortune into making it the most extravagant house in the area and he did a good job of it.  This giant of a house overshadows everything around it. It has over 40 rooms and is over 17,000 square feet including …

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Massive UFO Spotted in Squamish • Latest UFO sightings

The advancement of technology today has opened the idea that some alien sightings were the product of some high-tech software. This is exactly the reason why most of the sightings were debunked as a hoax. However, it would be unfair to ignore the sightings if there is a clear and substantial evidence to show. Recently, a massive orb spotted on a footage nearby the Stawamus Chief has enticed a documentary and research crew in London, Ont. Since most enthusiasts know that a massive orb is a prevalent figure as a UFO, what makes this a unique sighting among others? Marcus …

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Survey Status: Half of Americans Still Believe in Aliens • Latest UFO sightings

Is it just the people in the universe or does it seem like some are becoming into a conspiracy theorist these days? Spirit guides, aliens, and extraterrestrial spirits – These are the name of some mysterious pocket of eccentric or paranoia belief, and there is some massive online community devoted and dedicated to knowing and understanding it. According to the statistics, nearly half of the Americans still believe in aliens. In fact, it was evident that almost all people believe that aliens are visiting the earth due to the various sightings. Out of the figures, it was contended that at …

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Dinosaurs’ Spiky Armor May Have Been Status Symbol

The thick body armour on some dinosaurs seems perfectly engineered to foil hungry predators. But the remains of a newly discovered armoured dinosaur hint that its spiky suit had another role: showing off to potential mates and rivals. The spikes on a well-preserved fossil of a 1,300-kilogram armoured dinosaur called Borealopelta markmitchelli exhibit the same growth pattern as antelope horns and other structures used for both defence and display, says vertebrate palaentologist Caleb Brown of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Drumheller, Canada. “They might have been billboards, basically, to advertise for the animal,” Brown says. He is scheduled …

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This Twitter user posted about his haunted apartment, his nightmare isnt over yet

Twitter user Adam Ellis posted about some unusual activity in his apartment almost a month ago. In a series of tweets Adam told that he had seen a ghost of a dead child, David. Adam saw a little girl in a dream one night who told him that he is allowed to ask David only two questions, if he asks him a third question David will kill him. As expected, David appeared in Adam’s dream and David asked him three questions. Since then, Adam had experienced unusual activities in his apartment. Adam’s cats have been behaving weirdly, going to the …

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Founder of the Satanic Temple. ‘Don’t blame Satan for white supremacy.’

Some Christian leaders say Satan was behind this march by white supremacists in Charlottesville. (Photo by Evelyn Hockstein For The Washington Post) Soon after the violent white supremacist protests in Charlottesville this month, religious leaders and pious politicians began the usual drudgery of fitting the events into their preferred narratives. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) seized the opportunity to rail against secularism, declaring that the whole thing was but a symptom of a rampant evil that has been allowed to freely permeate public schools unmitigated by the moral corrective of compulsory Bible study. Some Christian leaders, such as Liberty University President Jerry …

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Annabelle: Creation

Since the early noughties, James Wan has revitalized the horror genre by creating some of the highest-grossing franchises such as Saw and Insidious. His recent horror franchise, The Conjuring, has earned over $970 million worldwide. For those who are unfamiliar with The Conjuring, the series is loosely based on the lives of demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, who claimed to have investigated infamous paranormal cases such as the Amityville Horror, the Enfield Poltergeist and the demonic possession of a doll named Annabelle. Although Annabelle appeared as a minor character in the two Conjuring films, the lifeless yet creepy antagonist has …

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Why this Catholic priest objects to the ‘private exorcist’ trend

DENVER, Colorado – A recent article in the Economist has some disturbing news about the rise of so-called “professional exorcists” in France and elsewhere, according to one Catholic exorcist. “It almost seemed like the main focus was on entertainment,” Father Vince Lampert of the International Association of Exorcists told CNA, speaking on one of the problems with the phenomenon. “For the purpose of any exorcism, one of the steps would be for the person to re-connect with their faith or to discover their faith for the first time. It almost seemed like people there were just thinking of evil as …

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