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Women claims she meets with aliens every month3m52s

Women claims she meets with aliens every month

Meeting aliens is quite normal for this lady who claims she meets "grey aliens" every month and she has an alien teacher. Judy Carroll from Brisbane, Australia, claims that she visits alien creatures every month on board an alien ship. She also says the reason she meets with them is because her DNA gets upgraded every time. Today, she regularly visits the ship where everything is pure white. She claims she is visiting a teacher called Maris who has cured her body several times. For example, they've cured her problems with her throat, this because she is half Grey and this type of alien has no moving jaws. Why are aliens doing this? According to Judy, the Grey Aliens have the sole purpose of curing and helping people evolve. She also added that humans are not ready for a spontaneous encounter with aliens. What do you think about this weird story?

Published: April 26, 2017Updated: April 28, 20175 views
Eddie Murphy death hoax exposed as fake news2m15s

Eddie Murphy death hoax exposed as fake news

Eddie Murphy has died - according to an article from Link Beef. This is a hoax, Eddie Murphy is not dead! After the recent death of Charlie Murphy, brother of Eddie Murphy, his "death" has gone viral.

Published: April 24, 2017Updated: April 25, 20177 views
Spider Lily proves to be cure for cancer3m13s

Spider Lily proves to be cure for cancer

Researchers from the University of Windsor in Canada found a substance that works better than chemotherapy for cancer, without harming healthy cells. They have made more compounds in the laboratory to mimic the anti-cancer effect of the spider lily, a common plant. "They are extremely selective. Healthy cells are not being damaged, and the cancer cells were killed," said Professor Siyaram Pandey about the substances.

Published: April 17, 2017Updated: April 19, 2017578 views
Historic Starbucks original store location1m22s

Historic Starbucks original store location

The Pike Place Starbucks store, commonly called the Original Starbucks, is the first Starbucks store established in 1971 at Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle, Washington. The store has kept its early appearance over time and is subject to design guidelines due to its historic significance. The store is considered a tourist attraction and often hosts a crowd.