Weird Utah Get Ye to an Abandoned Nunnery! In the early 1920’s, the Catholic Church owned a retreat known as Saint Anne’s in Logan Canyon, Utah. The remnants of this place still stand today, and it is one of the most chilling places I have ever visited. This retreat was not for rest or relaxation. Well one nun decided that she wanted to keep her baby. She took off and soon lost the head nun. Immediately, she started to go into a breakdown. Life went on at the nunnery and no one spoke of the tragedy. Ghosts Still Guard the Abandoned Convent at Night There is an old nunnery about three miles up in Logan Canyon. The story goes that a nun tried to escape with her baby late one night. The nun then killed herself in the pool. Weird Utah Global Exchange |
UFO sightings reveal more strange metal boxes along coastal beaches As of late afternoon Feb. 8, Bill Hanshumaker, a public marine specialist and (Ph.D) doctor of marine science at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in nearby Newport, told Huliq in an interview that, “I don’t know what they are.” In turn, Doctor Hanshumaker said he’s advised “surf monitoring” about these strange metal boxes that suddenly appeared along local beaches Feb. 6, and now seem to be multiplying like Star Trek “Tribbles.” The photograph that accompanies this report – taken during the afternoon of Feb. 8 near Bray’s Point -- of yet another strange metal box stuck in the surf up is one of a possible group of a dozen or more that have been sited up and down West Coast beaches. UFO history filled with “mystery boxes” In turn, the metal boxes along Oregon, Washington State and Northern California beaches are now being photographed, documented and examined by local experts. Science is slow in reacting to UFO related objects Bray’s Point monitored by the Hatfield What’s real about UFOs?
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