A 1948 UFO event in Washington, DC, may have featured an aircraft resembling the famous "Tic Tac" observed by Carrier Strike Group 11 in 2004.
Terrifying demons, pooping logs, and peasant kings hosting drunken parties, The Debrief discusses some of the most bizarre and terrifying holiday traditions.
Widely recognized as the "first" UFO sighting of the modern era, there are two little-discussed aspects of the famous sighting by pilot Kenneth Arnold in 1947.
Multiple FOIA requests were sent to the Air Force based on the assumption that if one of their planes had gone down and they had lost a pilot, they would clearly have taken an interest... but did they?
Decades ago, the Soviet Union admitted it spent decades blasting the U.S. Embassy in Moscow with mysterious rays later dubbed the "Moscow Signal".
The rediscovery of a Babylonian tablet might be the world’s oldest ghost story... and it arrives just in time for Halloween.
Researchers at Cardiff University say Western Media is being steered by Russian propaganda, but archaeology reveals it is a practice with ancient roots.
Questions linger over a bizarre series of Cold War incidents involving lost submarines, which left few clues about the cause of their destruction.
At the height of the Space Race, two Italian brothers claimed they uncovered evidence of a secret Soviet space program, and even lost cosmonauts.
This ancient computer and other anachronisms from early times leave us with more questions than answers.
Footage from Area 51, made at the remote USAF facility in 1960, offers a unique glimpse at one of the most secretive locations on Earth.
A superior mirage photographed off the English coast helps explain tales of "ghost ships" that shaped maritime folklore for centuries.