Observer : 20 Real Signs That My Cat Is Planning To Kill Me

It may seem that our lovely pets love us.But what if,behind their gestures,is structured a whole plan,an evil plan to kill their master?Who knows,after all my cat is planning to kill me.This are my observations after watching it's gestures:

1.Left one day a dead bird's head on my bed - "Godfather" style threat.
2.Kneads on me a lot - this is not a sign of affection , my cat is cheking my internal organs for weaknesses.
3.Licks itself a lot (to be wet and safe from heat sources) & hangs a lot near the fireplace (studying the fire) - tries put the house on fire.
4.Sleeps on my electronics - trying to sabotage my connection to the outside world.
5.Sprints at light speed out of any room I enter - failed ambushes.
6.Sprints in front of me at the head of the stairs - trying to make it look like an accident
7.Throws up grass - through this painful feeding and purging process,my cat is preparing it' mind and body for the final strike.
8.Hides in dark places around the house - studies me in my natural habitat undisturbed.
9.Stares at me a lot - if I look away I will show that I am weak , and an attack is likely to follow.
10.Shovels dirt in my backyard - practices for burying bodies.
11.Brings many friends home lately - more cats , more power.
12.Purrs a lot - German ethologist and cat behaviorist Paul Leyhausen interpreted it as a signal that the purring cat is communicating that it is not posing a threat - he was assasinated by his cat.
13.Allies with the enemy - hangs out with the dog who tried to kill me a week ago.
14.Rubbs against my legs - trying to kill me with a shock from the static electricity.
15.Never watches TV , but when I saw the episode of Springer titled "I Want My Owner Dead" my cat became very interested and watched the whole episode with me.
16.Looks around innocently and makes that cat's look from "Shrek" - trying to look as normal and not guilty as possible.
17.Sprints in front of me at light speed - trying to give me a heart-attack.
18.Sleeps the whole day - prepares a night attack.
19.Paws at my face when I sleep - cat's aren't very good at smothering people, but that won't stop them from trying.
20.Bringes me poisoned rats and mice - trying to poison me.

I will update my report on this situation as soon as possible.If I don't post it soon,call the authorities.Tell them that Devin did it.


List : California Gangs And Colors

In California,if you live on the ghetto side of town and there's a lot gangs activities going, the best colors to stay away from are red and blue. These two are the most well known associated with gangs. You won't have problems if you wear grey,white or black street wear. Don't wear bandanas in the ghetto, regardless of what color , you'll look suspicious of being gang related.Anyway,here's the list of colors gangs wear in California.

1.Crips - Main color is Blue

2.Bloods - Main color is Red (or burgundy if they are Piru)

3.Green - certain gangs identified with Parks or certain cities - Gardena Shotgun Crips or Lincoln Park Bloods (San Diego)

4.Purple - Grape Street Watts Crips (L.A.)

5.Brown - Fudgetown Crips (Compton)

6.Orange - Hoover Criminals (South Central Los Angeles)

7.Surenos (Mexicans - Southern Cali) - Blue

8.Nortenos (Mexicans - Northern Cali) - Red

All pictures for illustration purposes only.


Study : Adrenaline Rush and Addiction

To understand what an adrenaline addict is, you have to know what the symptoms are. Because it is an addiction and it leads to cravings, but unlike other natural drugs the withdrawal symptoms are less obvious, but still present.
Most people don’t realise that the effects of adrenaline aren’t found doing an activity, its found prior to doing something, as that’s when the adrenaline starts to build up.Doing the activity dissipates the chemicals.
If a rush of adrenaline is frequent enough, everyday day, week, month, the body can (and does) memorise this ‘feeling’ with its own body clock, memories of surroundings and other similar references (from our 5 senses) and can trigger the release a lot earlier than required. A normal build up, can occur anywhere between ~0-15 mins before an activity. This will be uncontrollable at first and may take many months of frequency before the signs are obvious. Eventually, you can get to the stage where you can trigger the effect by thinking about the activity in any situation. Now I know this isn’t showing the effects of an addiction, its merely showing how the cause can lead to the effect and the recognition of how it can be summoned with thought.

Study : Adrenaline Rush and Super Strenght

When we feel fear or are faced with a sudden dangerous situation, the human body undergoes an amazing change.This change in our normal physical state prepare us to face danger head-on. It makes us more agile, allow us to take in more information and help us use more energy. But adrenaline's effect on muscles accounts for amazing strength. Adrenaline acts on muscles, allowing them to contract more than they can when the body is in a calm or neutral state.
Some theorize that we normally use only a small percentage of our muscles' capabilities. When we are confronted with danger, we transcend the limitations of our muscles and simply act. The rush of adrenaline, which accounts for a sudden increase in strength, helps to facilitate a person lifting a car. In other words, when confronted with extreme stress, we involuntarily use our muscles beyond the limitations of their normal voluntary use.Also,our fear seems to decrease,and tend to react to the potential danger without taking in consideration the consequences.
This theory is supported by what happens when a person is electrocuted. Someone who is shocked can be thrown a notable distance from where the shock took place. But this is not due to the electric shock. Instead, it's a sudden and violent contraction of the person's muscles as a result of the electrical charge flowing through the body. This demonstrates a potential for muscle contraction that isn't utilized under normal circumstances. In much the same way that people can't throw themselves across the room, they also can't normally lift a car - the resources aren't available without the threat.

But why we can't use this "power" all the time?The answer is simple : when the body stays in an excited state for a prolonged period, it enters the final state of Selye's general adaptation syndrome - the state of exhaustion (SE).If we existed in an excited state all the time, we would run out of gas (a person in a prolonged state of stress may easily get ill or have an increased chance of suffering a heart attack).

Study : Adrenaline Rush and Slow Motion

It seems that in certain dangerous situations, perception of time goes into slow motion, such that a person is aware of everything happening at a different rate if time than what is normal. People have experienced this when involved in a car accident, when falling from a tree or similar event where there is a time between the beginning and ending of the accident ,impact or threat.

Many people, including myself have experienced time in slow motion. On the other hand, there are cases where you would expect it to be mentioned, but nothing is said about it.

The sensing of time and the perception of how fast it goes is an area that has not been studied very much. In fact, time itself is difficult to study. Some theories say that time is the 4th dimension (maybe crazy,but who knows?).
It is well known that time seems to go faster when a person is having fun or when the person gets older. This could be explained by the fact that the person is not paying that much attention to time. Likewise, during an accident, the person's concentration on what is unfolding is great, thus making the perception of time slow down.
The most plausible explanation would be that the "slowing down of time" is caused by something like the adrenaline in your body suddenly rushing to help you try to control your fall.But in fact,I really think only the perception is altered.Present explanations are not completely satisfying.And yes,that's Jason Statham in Crank (2006).

Questions : Heaven Or Hell

I made a list of questions and I'm looking forward for the answers,because by myself,I can't really figure this out.Please do not take this the wrong way,I'm not really a religious individual,and Heaven & Hell are present in every religion,maybe with different names.The choices made in life and our actions determine our final destiny,our destination.Hopefully.But,strangely,things are not always in black and white.

1.Did Adam and Eve go to Heaven or Hell?
2.Did Vlad the Impaler go to Heaven or Hell? (Considering that he was cruel with the criminals and right with the righteous.)
3.The people that promote violence a lot through "art" and they instigate to violence,but they are not violent themselves in their real life go to Heaven or Hell.(Considering that they're deeds have horrible repercussions.)
4.Who is more evil?The person who orders a kill,or the killer?
5.Am I going to Hell if I think seriously about killing someone , stealing or any other crime possible , but I never act?
6.Do soldiers go to Heaven or Hell?Same question for policemen.Same for someone in self-defense.Same for someone who follows an order.(Considering that they killed or tortured someone beause the situation required that.)
7.What will happen with the souls from Hell when the devil is defeated?Will go to heaven?If so,what's all the fuss about ?(If I will end up finally in Heaven , why not make it interesting and visit Hell?)
8.Did a politician go to Heaven ever?Which one(s)?
9.If you are indifferent to a crime that is happening near you are you bearing the same guilt?
10.Did Tupac & Biggie go to Heaven ?
Bonus : Do aliens go to our Heaven and Hell?


List : Condoms In Competition

  1. Nike Condoms: Just do it.
  2. Toyota Condoms: Oh what a feeling.
  3. Diet Pepsi Condoms: You got the right one, baby.
  4. Pringles Condoms: Once you pop, you can't stop.
  5. Mentos Condoms: The freshmaker.
  6. Flintstones Vitamins Condom Pack: Ten million strong and growing.
  7. Secret Condoms: Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.
  8. Macintosh Condoms: It does more, it costs less, its that simple.
  9. Ford Condoms: The best never rest.
  10. Chevy Condoms: Like a rock.
  11. Dial Condoms: Aren't you glad you use it? Don't you wish everybody did?
  12. New York Lotto Condoms: Cause hey-- you never know.
  13. California Lotto Condoms: Who's next?
  14. Avis Condoms: Trying harder than ever.
  15. KFC Condoms: Finger-Licking Good.
  16. Coca Cola Condoms: Always a Real Thing.
  17. Lays Condoms: Betcha can't have just one.
  18. Cambells Soup Condoms: Mm, mm good.
  19. The Carl's Jr. Condom: If it doesn't get all over the place, it doesn't belong in your face...
  20. General Electric: We bring good things to life!
  21. AT&T condom: 'Reach out and touch someone.'
  22. Bounty: The quicker picker upper.
  23. Microsoft: where do you want to go today ?
  24. Energizer: It keeps going and going and going....
  25. M&M condom: 'It melts in your mouth, not in your hands!'
  26. Chevron: use them? people do.
  27. Taco Bell: get some; make a run for the border
  28. MCI: for friends and family
  29. Double Mint: Double your pleasure, double your fun!
  30. The Sears latex condom: One coat is good for the entire winter
  31. Delta Airlines travel pack: Delta's ready when you are
  32. United Airlines travel pack: Fly United
  33. The Star Trek Condom: To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before
  34. Wendy Condoms: Where's the beef?
  35. Denny's Condoms: $1.99 Grand Slam
  36. Mazda Condom: It Just Feels Right!
  37. Maxwell House: Good to the last drop!
  38. McDonalds condom: Over 99 billion served
  39. Hewlett Packard condoms: Expanding Possibilities
  40. Burger King: Have it your way
  41. Dairy Queen: We treat you righ
  42. AOL: So easy to use, no wonder it's #1.


List : Improvised Weapons I

Here's a list of improvised weapons.These are the most used items as weapons,besides many other heavy and sharp objects.If you ask me,my favourite is still the golf club.

1.Baseball Bat
Useful anywhere.You can find it Mall Sports Stores , Stadiums , Clubs and Junkyards.In some cuntries you can be arrested just for carrying it in public,but in many places,is not the case.You cannot be arrested if you play baseball.If you play baseball with someone's head,then you get arrested.Very useful item,the baseball bat.

Pretty dangerous.You can seriously damage someone with this.Be careful,you can really kill someone with a crowbar.Can be found in Power Stations , Warehouses, Auto Repair Shops , Factories , Junkyards , Mall Hardware Store and Vehicle Depots.

Pipes can be found anywhere.In Factories,Power Stations,Warehouses, Junkyards,Storehouses and Construction Sites.These may come in handy all the time.You know what I'm Talking about,you saw movies too.

4.Golf Club
This is my favourite.Nobody will arrest you for carrying a golf club.You can beat someone with it and look cool & stylish in the same time.Ain't that something?Can be found only in Mall Sport Stores and Golf Clubs.Even the golf ball can be dangerous if used properly.

5.Pool Cue
This can be found in Mall Sports Stores, Stadiums and Pubs.If you lost a serious sum of money at pool,this may come in handy.

6.Tool Box
Anything from a toolbox can be used as a weapon.Even the toolbox itself.From the hammer to the screwdriver,the toolbox is an entire arsenal of weaponsYou can find a toolbox in Mall Hardware Stores, Auto Repair Shops, Factories, Fort Vehicle Depot, Fort Storehouse and Power Stations.

7.Beer/Wine botlle (or any other kind of bottle - must be made of glass)
You can find a glass bottle anywhere.can be used as it is or broken.You know how to use it.No more to say here.

8.Hockey Stick
Can be found in Mall Sport Stores and Stadiums.Ok,pretty useful only if you are a hockey player.In rest,not really.

9.Piano Wire
The Piano Wire is a specialized type of wire made for use in piano and other musical instrument strings.But it can be used as a weapon.A very dangerous weapon dangerous hands.Used for strangulation.Can be found in pianos.

And of course the classical knife.No more comment needed.Can be found anywhere.Even in the kitchen!Wow!

Where you find people you find chairs.Nothing more classical than a bar brawl with chairs.Useful if you want to show-off.

Can be found around the house.Useful if you want to smack your kids or your pet.

Any more improvised weapons that you know of?


List : Unconventional Uses For Different Things

The human being is creative and this was proved troughout our entire history.Astonishing discoveries and important inventions were made.But,what you are going to read is far more different from the average inventions.Here are just a few unconventional uses for different things.There are many moreI,m sure about that.

1.Urine for Gas Mask : Soldiers,in World War One,used make-shift gas masks if they were caught in the open without a gas mask during a gas attack - cloth soaked in their own urine and placed over the mouth was said to give protection against a chlorine attack.Better drink some urine if you don't want to die!

2.Cell Phone for Bullet Proof Vest : A Louisiana man was saved when his cell phone took a bullet to the chest for him. R.J. Richard was sitting on the back of his lawnmower when a 0.45 caliber bullet hit his cell phone that was clipped to his overalls.Lucky!

3.Gold for Facial : Empresses of China used gold rollers on their face. Cleopatra slept in a gold mask. Therefore, gold must be great for the skin. That's what one company thinks at least, as gold leaf facials are all the rage now at a spa in Charleston, South Carolina. To start, one's face is completely covered with gold leaf foil. Then the foil-covered skin is massaged. The entire process takes an hour and twenty minutes. The concept is that the skin, in an attempt to reject the gold as a foreign object, grows new skin cells at an accelerated rate, thereby firming up the face. The cost for this procedure? Over $350. Gilded age indeed.

4.Converse for Gang Sign : In some Texas cities, old Converse "Chuck Taylor" All Star sneakers are thrown over utility lines to indicate the presence of drug dealers in the area.

5.Cat Poop Coffee for Coffee : [ˈkopi ˈluwak]) or Civet Coffee is coffee made from coffee berries which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive tract of the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus).This is from wikipedia.What I understood from this,is that a cat eats coffee beans,poops them,and then some people sell it as expensive coffee to us to make coffee from them and then drink it.Hmmm,nice.

6.Lemon for Battery : A lemon battery is made with a lemon and two metallic electrodes of different metals such as a copper penny or a copper plating and a galvanized (zinc coated) nail. In practice, a single lemon cell is incapable of lighting a light bulb; one would need about 500 lemons wired in series to light a standard flashlight bulb.

7.Baseball Bats for Weapons : Since the invention of baseball the baseball bat was used as a weapon.And it's still used as a weapon.But let's not forget about golf crosses,levers,shovels,and many others.The human being is inventive,don't you forget.

If you ever used an object in an unusual way or for it's purpose or you are aware of something really interesting like this please comment.Comments are always welcome.


List : Some Interesting Facts About US Presidents

1.Did you know that Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the United States, was a tailor before he was President? Or that one of George Washington's favorite foods was ice cream?

2.Many Presidents had unusual careers before entering the White House. Jimmy Carter, the 39th President, was a peanut farmer. Ronald Reagan, the 40th President, was a movie actor. And Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President, once worked chopping rails for fences.

3.According to John Riley of the White House Historical Association, Harry Truman was a haberdasher. A haberdasher is someone who deals in men's clothing and accessories, particularly hats.

4.Once in the White House, each President made his mark in different ways. In fact, before Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President, came to office, the White House wasn't even called the White House! People called the building the President's Palace, President's House, and the Executive Mansion. Roosevelt officially named it the White House in 1901.

5.Theodore Roosevelt wasn't the only President to invent a new expression. Martin Van Buren, the eighth President, is sometimes credited with creating the word "OK." Van Buren was from Kinderhook, New York. During his campaign, Old Kinderhook (O.K.) clubs formed to support the President. Later, "OK" or "okay," came to mean "all right."I'm not sure about this,but who knows?

6.There have been many other interesting presidential firsts. James Polk, the 11th President, was the first President to have his photograph taken. Theodore Roosevelt was the first President to ride in a car while in office. His fifth cousin and the 32nd President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was the first to ride in an airplane.


List : Criminals Shot Dead By Law Enforcement Officers In France

Even though at first glance their lifes may seem full of adventure and thrills and their reasons and concepts may seem romantic and honorable,we shouldn't forget that they were cold blooded criminals and a real danger to the society.The gravity of their crimes pushed the situation so far that they had to be assasinated or killed in self defense.If you can bring any important additions to this list,please do it.So,there it is.

1.Jacques Mesrine
Jacques Mesrine (December 28, 1936 -November 2, 1979) was a french criminal who was also briefly active in the US and Canada.Mesrine committed burglaries, jewelry shop and bank robberies, kidnappings, and arms smuggling. He also killed many people, including uncooperative pimps – he boasted about 39 murders in total. He was good at disguising himself, earning him a nickname of "The Man of a Hundred Faces". Some claim that the French right-wing terrorist group OAS supplied him with false ID papers.On June 21, 1979, Mesrine kidnapped millionaire Henri Lelièvre and received a ransom of 6 million francs. Mesrine had become "French Public Enemy Number One" (L'Ennemi Public Numéro Un).
The French Minister of Interior had had enough and forced police departments to unify their efforts to track Mesrine down. On November 2, 1979, they had found out where he lived and made their move. At Porte de Clignancourt, on the outskirts of Paris, a truck loaded with armed policemen veered before his BMW and police sharpshooters shot 19 rounds through the windshield.fterwards there were complaints that Mesrine was not given any warning, that the police did not act in self-defense, and thus that Mesrine was assassinated by the police.

2.Octave Garnier
Octave Garnier (December 25, 1889 - May 14, 1912) was a french anarchist and founding member of the infamous Bonnot Gang.
On May 14, 1912 Garnier and René Valet were killed in a shootout with French authorities when their safe house in Nogent-sur-Marne was raided by police. Armed with seven 9 mm Browning semi-automatics and two long-barreled Mausers, the two outlaws, who had barricaded themselves inside the rental house, faced 50 detectives, 250 police from Paris, Republican Guards, and 400 Zouaves from Nogent. As the six hour stand-off stretched on, Valet and Garnier burned 10,000 stolen francs but managed to hold back the army outside.
At midnight, having failed to remove the bandits, French authorities succeeded in positioning one and a half kilograms of melanite in the house. The resulting explosion rendered the structure's inhabitants unconscious and Garnier was then executed by a 9 mm shot to the right temple. Both men were buried in unmarked graves.

3.Khaled Kelkal
Khaled Kelkal (April 28, 1971 – September 29, 1995) was a French terrorist of Algerian origin affiliated with the GIA. He was involved in several gunfights and was one of the men behind the islamist bombing campaign in France in 1995.
On 29th of September 1995, after several days of chasing in the forest of Malval, in hills near Lyon, Khaled Kelkal was found in a place called "La Maison Blanche". He attempted to resist arrest and was shot dead by the gendarmes of EPIGN.
Kelkal's death was shown on television, and a polemic arose about the exact reasons for the shooting. On the television footage, as the gendarmes get close to the body of Kelkal, one of them can be heard yelling "Finis-le, finis-le !" ("Finish him, Finish him !"). However, it seems that even though he was shot in the leg, Kelkal had aimed a pistol at the gendarmes, who opened fire in self-defence.

4.Jules Bonnot
Jules Bonnot (October 14, 1876 - April 28, 1912) was a French illegalist famous for his involvement in the criminal anarchist organization dubbed "The Bonnot Gang" by the French press. He viewed himself as a professional and avoided bloodshed, preferring to outwit his targets. Often posing as a businessman, his taste in expensive clothing earned him the pseudonym "Le Bourgeois" among comrades.
On April 24, three policemen surprised Bonnot in the apartment of a suspected fence. He shot at the officers, killing Louis Jouin, the vice-chief of the French police (Sûreté Nationale), and wounding another officer before fleeing over the rooftops. Part of the 100,000 franc reward was later given to the widow of Jouin.
On April 28, police tracked Bonnot (now France's "most wanted" criminal) to a house in the Paris suburb of Choisy-le-Roi. They besieged the residence with 500 armed police officers, soldiers, firemen, military engineers and a lynch mob of local citizens. Armed with three Brownings and a Bayard pistol, Bonnot succeeded in wounding three police officers.
By noon, after sporadic firing failed to extract Bonnot from the house, Paris Police Chief Louis Lépine ordered the building bombed, using a dynamite charge. The explosion demolished the front of the building. Barely conscious, lying underneath a mattress, Bonnot was shot ten times in the upper-body before Lépine shot him non-fatally in the head. Afterwards police had to prevent the spectators from lynching Bonnot. They simply told the crowd that Bonnot was already dead and had been buried in a secret grave.
Bonnot was moved to the Hotel-Dieu and pronounced dead at 1:15 PM. He was buried in an unmarked grave and police refused to release his last will and testament.


List : Missing Airplanes I

1.White Plane
World War I French ace Charles Nungesser and French war hero Francois Coli (on May 8, 1927 )
set to fly from LeBourget Field near Paris, nonstop for New York (the first fly across the Atlantic Ocean nonstop) in a biplane.The aircraft was a Levasseur PL-8, an open-cockpit biplane, powered by a 450 horsepower Lorraine-Dietrich 12 cylinder engine, with a detachable undercarriage and a watertight fuselage that could float on water.

Although it was ultimately presumed that Nungesser and Coli had crashed into the ocean, numerous and conflicting witness reports fueled widespread speculation that the flight had actually reached North America. Attempts to track down all the sources and witnesses petered out, however, and finally the searches were abandoned.

About a week later, Lindbergh, flying solo, successfully crossed from west to east, and was given an immense hero's welcome by the French, even as they mourned Nungesser and Coli.

2.Lady Southern Cross
Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith, aka "Smithy" (the pilot of the first trans-Pacific flight from the United States to Australia) and his co-pilot John Thomas Pethybridge set to fly (on November 8, 1935) from Allahabad, India, to Singapore. They were last spotted at 1:30 AM, over the city of Rangoon, Burma.The aircraft was a Lockheed Altair monoplane, named Lady Southern Cross, and registered G-ADUS.
After being reported overdue in Singapore, the search immediately begun.In late November of 1935, the driver of a Siamese train reported that he had seen a plane crash in flames on a mountainside near Setul, on the border between Siam (now Thailand) and the federated Malay states (now Malaysia).In May of 1937, some 18 months after disappearance, the plane's starboard landing gear strut, still with its inflated tire, was picked up by Burmese fishermen on the shore of Aye Island - off the south coast of Burma, about 140 miles south-east of Rangoon. That piece is now on display at the Powerhouse Museum of Sydney, Australia.However, no further evidence or trace of the plane was found.

3.Amelia Earheart
Amelia Earhart and Frederick J. Noonan set to fly on July 2, 1937 around the world.The reason of the flight was to set out to be the first person to circle the globe by air close to the equator.The plane was a twin-engined Lockheed Model 10E Special "Electra" with added fuel tanks.

President Roosevelt authorized a search of 9 naval ships and 66 aircraft at an estimated cost of over $4 million. On July 18 the search was abandoned by ships in the Howland area. George Putnam (her husband) continued to seek help in the search, but by October he too abandoned all hope of finding them alive. Perhaps no other missing person in history has had as many theories and sighting as Earhart has. Among them are:
a)Amelia was on a spy mission authorized by President Roosevelt and was captured.
b)She purposely dove her plane into the Pacific
c)She was captured by the Japanese and forced to broadcast to American GI's as "Tokyo Rose" during WWII
d)She lived for years on an island in the South Pacific with a native fisherman
e)In 1961 it was thought that the bones of Amelia and Noonan had been found on Saipan, but they turned out to be those of Saipan natives.
f)The TV series Star Trek "Voyager" had an episode in which Earhart (and Fred Noonan) had been kidnapped and placed on a planet many light years away and worshiped as one of the "37s," a group of 20th Century humans who were placed in suspended animation on the planet.

4.Sigismund Levanevsky
Sigismund Levanevsky, pilot, adventurer, and awarded the "Hero of the Soviet Union" ("the Soviet Lindbergh") and five other crew members set to fly on August 12, 1937 (Moscow Time: August 13th, 1937, at 17:58) from Moscow to New York City, with stops in Fairbanks and Chicago.The reason for flight was to prove a commercially-viable transpolar flight route between Asia and North America.The aircraft was a four-engine Soviet-made Bolkhovitinov-A bomber, with the tail number H-209.

Radio operators on the ground received Levanevsky's last radio message when the plane was 300 miles past the North Pole, headed for Alaska.

Prior to loss of radio contact, the flight crew reported loss of power in their outer starboard engine.On August 16, the Russian government contacted explorer Sir Hubert Wilkins, and asked for his assistance in the search & rescue operation. His search team covered an area larger than the state of Montana, to no avail, through mid September flying over 10,000 miles crisscrossing the Arctic. The searchers assumed Levanevsky’s aircraft crashed into the Arctic Ocean and sunk to the bottom.A member of the search crew was Jimmy Mattern, who had in 1933, been rescued by Levanevsky when Mattern's Lockheed Vega crashed in Siberia during a solo circumnavigation attempt.

In March 1999, Dennis Thurston of the Minerals Management Service in Anchorage noticed an unusual shape on a sonar image of the sea floor during an ARCO pre-drilling survey. In the shallows of Camden Bay, between Prudhoe Bay and Kaktovik, was something shaped like a 60-foot cigar. Thurston thought the cigar looked like the fuselage of an airplane. Thurston traveled to Fairbanks for a conference in early May and showed the oddity to David Stone, a professor emeritus at the Geophysical Institute who had searched for the Levanevsky plane years before. "When David saw the image, he immediately said 'Levanevsky!'" Thurston said. "I knew I was in trouble."
A year later, a submarine search of the site, however, was unable to find any trace of an airplane.

5.Andrew Carnegie Whitfield
Andrew Carnegie Whitfield - a nephew of the steel magnate Andrew Carnegie set to fly in the morning of April 17th, 1938 from Roosevelt Field, Long Island, New York, to the nearby town of Brentwood, New York.The aircraft was a silver and red Taylor Cub plane.

He is believed to be crashed near Norwalk Island, New York / Atlantic Ocean.A thorough search of the ocean surrounding Long Island was conducted and turned up no signs of plane wreckage.
Nassau county police obtained an order from the U. S. Department ofCommerce, a week after the disappearance, to search every private, public and abandoned hangar on Long Island, covering the 100 mile stretch between Roosevelt Field, where he took off, to Montauk point, at the extreme tip of the island - the first of its kind.

Whitfield took off with only ten gallons of gas and there was a strong wind toward the sea at the time of the flight. It was considered possible, but unlikely, that he was blown to sea.
After Andrew's disappearance was discovered, an investigation discovered that, on the same day he vanished, he had checked into a hotel in Garden City on Long Island under an alias he occasionally employed: "Albert C. White." Hotel records indicated that Whitfield/White had paid $4 in advance for the room and never checked out. When the hotel room was searched, it was discovered that his personal belongings, clothing, cuff links engraved with his initials, two life insurance policies, and several stock and bond certificates made out in Andrew's and Elizabeth's names, were all left behind in the hotel room.
Phone records also indicated that he had called his home while his family was out looking for him, and a telephone operator reported that she heard him say over the phone, "Well, I am going to carry out my plan."
After this information was uncovered, police theorized that Whitfield had committed suicide by deliberately flying his plane into the Atlantic Ocean--although no evidence to verify this theory has been found. At the time of Whitfield's disappearance, there was no evidence that he was having personal or business problems.


List : Creatures Between Myth And Reality

Throughout the centuries there have been stories and legends of many creatures.It’s interesting to see how every culture has beliefs that come from stories that have been concocted and passed down to future generations.More interesting is the fact that the same creatures existing in a culture have analogue creatures in other cultures. Whether a culture still believes in these beings or not, the legends they’ve created still live on,and the doubt about their existence increases.

Yeti - One legend that continues to be told and believed by many is that of the Yeti or abominable snowman. The name Yeti is a Tibetan term that means Himalayan mountain spirit. For centuries, Tibetans and Sherpas from Nepal have been telling the story of a large human-like being that has long shaggy hair, big feet and amazing strength. People have claimed to see this creature for as long as the story has been told, but no one had ever been face to face with it, or had any evidence of it. That is, however, until 1925 when an expedition photographer claimed to have seen one and took a picture of the large footprints left behind. No one knows for sure if the prints are real, but it keeps the legend of the Yeti alive.

2.Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness Monster - Dating back to 565 AD, the story of the Loch Ness monster has been passed around. It is believed by many that a lake called the Loch Ness in Scotland holds a very big animal with a small head, slim neck and huge body. In 1933, the story became very popular when an innkeeper reported that they saw a beast in the water. The story made newspapers, causing people to believe it was real. And, in 1934, a picture of the monster was taken, however, 60 years later, the man who took it admitted that it was fake. No one knows for sure if the creature exists, but to this day, the Loch Ness lake is one of Scotland’s top tourist attractions.

The word werewolf is most likely to derive from two old-Saxon words, wer (meaning man) and wolf. Frequently used Greek terms Lycanthropy refers to the transformation process while Lycanthrope, which is in fact synonymous to werewolf, is the afflicted person. The popular definition of werewolf or lycanthrope is a man who transforms himself or being transformed into a wolf under the influence of full moon.Nonetheless, the werewolf phenomenon has not perished yet; recent werewolf sightings are still reported.

This deadly goat-sucker rears its ugly head periodically in Latin America.News has reported that the bloodless corpses of 800 animals—sheep, pigs, chicken, and dogs—have been found in the past years in northern Chile. The bodies are covered with strange bite marks. Authorities say wild dogs are responsible. However, some villagers have reported seeing Chupacabras.Descriptions vary widely. The monster is sometimes described as a winged monkey, six to eight feet tall, with long, clawed arms and hideous fangs. Other eyewitnesses state the creature is a flying rodent or a species of kangaroo. In 1995, in Puerto Rico Chupacabras allegedly killed eight sheep leaving behind a pile of bloodless corpses. The beast has also struck in Texas, Costa Rica, and Mexico. Chupacabras could be cousins of the world's only vampire bats, three species of which live in parts of Mexico, Central America, and South America.Some people say that the chupacabra comes from outer space, while others say it is the result of US military experiments.

5.The Mothman
The Mothman is one of the strangest and most terrifying of anomalous creatures ever to be recorded in America. Between November 12, 1966 and December 15, 1967, it terrorized citizens in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia. It was said to have been encountered by at least 100 people over the course of that year. According to author John A. Keel (The Mothman Prophecies, 1975) who was on hand investigating the reports during the time of the sightings, the creature was reported to be roughly man-shaped, either grey or brown, and between five and seven feet tall. Its body was wider than a man's. It did not appear to have a head, but rather its "eyes" were set on the upper chest. These "eyes" were very large, and alternately described as glowing red lights, or a reflected red like a bicycle reflector. When it walked it shuffled on what appeared to be human-like legs, but no feet were ever observed. Rather than arms it had bat-like wings which it did not flap. It was always seen to glide. The non-flapping of the wings, even in ascent, is particularly disturbing. Indeed, it was reported to regularly ascend straight up like a helicopter - and again be it noted, without any wing-action. (In regards to the wings, John Keel determined that a man the size and heft of the Mothman would require 24 foot wings to be able to glide.) It was fast in flight, able to pace cars going over 100 miles an hour. In flight it emitted a humming sound and often emitted a "mouse-like squeaking." Occasionally it was heard to also emit a screeching sound something like a woman screaming. (This "woman screaming" sound is common among anomalous creatures, particularly the Bigfoot creatures.) No one who saw it was indifferent to the creature - it struck terror into the hearts of all its viewers.Cryptozoologist Loren Colman has also contributed a new book on the subject: Mothman & Other Curious Encounters (2002).

When many people think of aliens, they think of UFO's and crop circles and Area 51. Many people have reported seeing aliens, although their existence has not been proven. Aliens can appear in many colors including the most popular being green or gray. Some are said to have large round or oval shaped heads, while others have crescent or small heads.I don't think that I have to write more about aliens here,if you haven't seen one yet,google it.

In Greek mythology the Sirens or Seirenes were Naiads (sea nymphs) who lived on an island called Sirenum scopuli, or in some different traditions,some place them on cape Pelorum others in the island of Anthemusa, and others again in the Sirenusian islands near Paestum, or in Capreae which was surrounded by cliffs and rocks. Approaching sailors were drawn to them by their enchanting singing, causing them to sail into the cliffs and drown. They were considered the daughters of Achelous or Phorcys. Homer says nothing of their number, but later writers mention both their names and number ; some state that they were two, Aglaopheme and Thelxiepeia; and others, that there were three, Peisinoe, Aglaope, and Thelxiepeia or Parthenope, Ligeia, and Leucosia. Their number is variously reported as between two and five, and their individual names as Thelxiepia/Thelxiope/Thelxinoe, Molpe, Aglaophonos/Aglaope, Pisinoe/Peisinoë, Parthenope, Ligeia, Leucosia, Raidne, and Teles. According to some versions, they were playmates of young Persephone and were changed into the monsters of lore by Demeter for failing to intervene when Persephone was abducted. The term "siren song" refers to an appeal that is hard to resist but that, if heeded, will lead to a bad result.In the Irish culture sirens are often a warning of death to come. Most of the time only one or two people will hear the scream of a siren at a time. Soon after a person hears the screaming he/she will either die or have some one close to them die depending on how clearly and loudly they heard the siren scream.

A mermaid (from the Middle English mere in the obsolete sense 'sea' + maid(en)) is a legendary aquatic creature with the head and torso of human female and the tail of a fish. The male version of a mermaid is called a merman; the gender-neutral collective noun is merfolk. Various cultures throughout the world have similar figures. They were known to sing sailors to their deaths, like the Siren, or squeeze the life out of drowning men, while trying to rescue them.The Sirens of Greek mythology are sometimes portrayed in later folklore as mermaids; in fact in some languages the name sirena is used interchangeably for both creatures. Other related types of mythical or legendary creature are water fairies (e.g. various water nymphs) and selkies.

Kraken are legendary sea monsters of gargantuan size, said to have dwelled off the coasts of Norway and Iceland. The sheer size and fearsome appearance attributed to the beasts have made them common ocean-dwelling monsters in various fictional works. The legend may actually have originated from sightings of real giant squid that are estimated to grow to 13 metres (46 feet) in length, including the tentacles. These creatures normally live at great depths, but have been sighted at the surface and reportedly have "attacked" small ships.Kraken is the definite article form of krake, a Scandinavian word designating an unhealthy animal, or something twisted. In modern German, Krake (plural: Kraken) means octopus, but can also refer to the legendary Kraken.

Also,notable ommisions are the creatures of the undead like mummies,zombies,vampires,ghouls and ghosts.

Which creature is most likely to be real?