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Researcher, author, podcaster and my friend, Jeff Belanger at the reported site of the Betty and Barney Hill alien abduction site in Lincoln, NH

Fascinating story and for more info Jeff and company did a short podcast all about the story. It can be listened to here: ournewenglandlegends.com/podcast-5-the-ufo-abduction-of-b...

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Inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
May 2018

"Duga (Russian: Дуга́) was a Soviet over-the-horizon radar (OTH) system used as part of the Soviet missile defense early-warning radar network. The system operated from July 1976 to December 1989. Two operational Duga radars were deployed, one near Chernobyl and Chernihiv in the Ukrainian SSR (present-day Ukraine), the other in eastern Siberia.

The Duga systems were extremely powerful, over 10 MW in some cases, and broadcast in the shortwave radio bands. They appeared without warning, sounding like a sharp, repetitive tapping noise at 10 Hz repetition rate, which led to it being nicknamed by shortwave listeners the Russian Woodpecker. The random frequency hops disrupted legitimate broadcasts, amateur radio operations, oceanic commercial aviation communications, and utility transmissions, resulting in thousands of complaints by many countries worldwide. The signal became such a nuisance that some receivers such as amateur radios and televisions actually began including 'Woodpecker Blankers' in their circuit designs in an effort to filter out the interference.

The unclaimed signal was a source for much speculation, giving rise to theories such as Soviet mind control and weather control experiments. However, because of its distinctive transmission pattern, many experts and amateur radio hobbyists quickly realized it to be an over-the-horizon radar system. NATO military intelligence had already given it the reporting name STEEL WORK or STEEL YARD. While the amateur radio community was well aware of the system, this theory was not publicly confirmed until after the fall of the Soviet Union."

Tags:   madewithluminar Chernobyl Pripyat Ukraine abandoned urbex disaster fallout nuclear power plant power urban exploration Russia ghost town haunted paranormal activity decay rusty crusty nuclear reactor reactor radiation exclusion zone forbidden zone nuclear city power station Ukraine-Belarus border Soviet Union boarder При́п'ять peaceful atom hdr high dynamic range on1pics Frank C. Grace Trig Photography 1986 accident light water graphite moderated reactor graphite uranium station blackout safety test safety Object Shelter USSR Nikon D850 Cancer radiation poisoning level 7 RBMK Reactor 4 Dugar Russian Woodpecker radar Kiev Oblast

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Inside the cooling tower of the unfinished Reactor #5 inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
May 2018

Tags:   Pryp'yat' Kyivs'ka oblast Ukraine madewithluminar Chernobyl Pripyat abandoned urbex disaster fallout nuclear power plant power urban exploration Russia ghost town haunted paranormal activity decay rusty crusty nuclear reactor reactor radiation exclusion zone forbidden zone nuclear city power station Ukraine-Belarus border Soviet Union boarder При́п'ять peaceful atom Ukraine-Belarus hdr high dynamic range on1pics Frank C. Grace Trig Photography 1986 accident light water graphite moderated reactor graphite uranium station blackout safety test safety Object Shelter USSR Nikon D850 Cancer radiation poisoning level 7 RBMK Reactor 4

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Inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
May 2018

I've been there but not at night. Well not in person anyway. But when you have a lucid dream and in it decide to wander Chernobyl's Amusement Park grounds at night in the dream, why not try and recreate the dreamscape?

The Pripyat amusement park is an abandoned amusement park located in Pripyat, Ukraine. It was to be opened for the first time on 1 May 1986, in time for the May Day celebrations, but these plans were cancelled on 26 April, when the Chernobyl disaster occurred a few kilometers away. Several sources report that the park was opened for a short time on 27 April before the announcement to evacuate the city was made, and one site shows photos of the amusement park in operation. Theories that the park was hurriedly opened in the aftermath of the accident to distract Pripyat residents from the unfolding disaster nearby seem to be substantiated by the fact that some of the rides were never fully completed (the Paratrooper was not fitted with canopies and the Ferris wheel's cladding was incomplete). In any case, the park—and its Ferris wheel in particular—have become a symbol of the Chernobyl disaster.

Tags:   Pripyat Kiev Oblast Ukraine madewithluminar Chernobyl abandoned urbex disaster fallout nuclear power plant power urban exploration Russia ghost town haunted paranormal activity decay rusty crusty nuclear reactor reactor radiation exclusion zone forbidden zone nuclear city power station Ukraine-Belarus border Soviet Union boarder При́п'ять peaceful atom hdr high dynamic range on1pics Frank C. Grace Trig Photography 1986 accident light water graphite moderated reactor graphite uranium station blackout safety test safety Object Shelter USSR Nikon D850 Cancer radiation poisoning Ferris wheel

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At the House that inspired the horror movie, The Conjuring
The Arnold Estate circa 1736
Burrillville, RI
September 24, 2019

The property goes by many names: the Arnold Estate, the Richardson Arnold House, the Farm on Road Top Road, and the Dexter Richardson House. Whatever the name, this is where the haunting of the Perron Family occurred and is depicted in the movie “The Conjuring”. The location was recently the subject of the Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures" show in the special Halloween 2 hour episode "Curse of the Harrisville Farmhouse".

This farmhouse house is where the haunting of the Perron Family took place in the 1970's. The 2013 horror movie "The Conjuring" was based on the Perron Family experiences that was published in three volumes entitled "House of Darkness, House of Light" by Andrea Perron.

#halloween #counjuringhouse #newneglandlegends #haunted #madewithluminar #compositeimage

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