A woman who had set up a trail camera to film the local wildlife instead captured footage of something very strange indeed.
The woman, who hails from Colombia, became pregnant despite maintaining that she had never been with a man.
Pathologist Dr. Garry Nolan remains adamant that aliens have not only been to Earth already, but that they are still here.
The ability to mentally picture things might seem second nature, but some people are unable to do it at all.
The stone will play an important role in the King's coronation, but its recent history has been steeped in controversy.
One enduring theory suggests that the aviator's remains were disposed of by coconut crabs on Nikumaroro.
The original inhabitants of Australia have much to teach modern scientists about the nature of this intriguing phenomenon.
If there's one thing you don't want while you are piloting a plane, it's a venomous snake making itself comfy inside your clothes.
The incident, which is being investigated by Russian authorities, could be linked to similar sightings over other countries.
The encouraging discovery could indicate the presence of a magnetic field and the potential for alien life.
Paleontologist Mark P. Witton delves into a recent study that could change how the tyrant lizard is portrayed.
A space company based in Tokyo is hoping to create something spectacular and to collect important data at the same time.
Our cities are getting larger all the time, but is it really plausible for them to ever cover the entire planet ?
The head of space exploration at the UK Space Agency remains adamant that we are not alone in the universe.
The quantum world is thought to break some of our most fundamental intuitions about how the universe works.
Researchers from the University of South Wales wanted to find out exactly what makes clowns in particular so scary.
A rare and fascinating species of jellyfish has been spotted during recent efforts to explore the seas of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Most of us take it for granted that we can imagine things in our mind, but some people literally have no imagination whatsoever.
The find, which has been described as 'very important', could in fact be the first of many such discoveries.
Several Mid-Atlantic states on the East Coast saw reports of a dust-like powder falling from the sky last week.