In June of 1980, Zigmund Adamsk, a miner from England went out to run some errands and never returned home. After 5 days, his body was found in the middle of a coal yard, and investigators determined he died of a heart attack. What was strange about Zigmund’s death, there was no coal dust on his body. The way he was discovered seem the body been dropped from the sky on top of a pile of coal. In adding to the mystery, his body had strange burns that had been covered in a gel ointment. One of the offical involved in the cases believed aliens were responsible for Mr. Adamsk’ death.
Abnormal Realm presents guess blogger Ash, author of the article Cattle Carnage: an Overview of Cow Mutilation from Down the Chupacabra Hole.
For hundreds of years animals around the planet have fallen prey to some truly baffling deaths. Corpses of cattle, horses, sheep, rabbits, goats, pigs, bison, deer, elk as well as dogs and cats have surfaced with disturbing similarities. These victims have bloodless incisions created with laser-like precision. Their eye sockets are hollowed and internal organs have been meticulously extracted. Frequently removed are parts of the lower jaw, lymph nodes, tongue, rectum and genitals.
Over the years, I seek to accumulate as much knowledge about the paranormal as I could in reading books, watching documentaries, attending seminars and now using the internet. There was always enjoyment in combing over the field notes of cryptozologist, going over case studies of investigators and participating in locals ghosts hunts. Recently, my focus has turned in learning about more ufology.
During World War Two, many weird and inhuman events occurred that went behind the norms of reality. There were stories on weaponizing the occult, super soldier experiments, UFOs, unearthly technologies, mad scientist and so on. One incident to developed which is still be talked about to this very day is the Battle of Los Angeles.