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January 15, 2019 10:35 AM Airport worker almost forgets to add the chemtrails

A MAN who refuels commercial jets has admitted he almost forgot to add the mind controlling chemicals. Aircraft maintenance technician Wayne Hayes revealed he only remembered at the last minute to pour the big jug full of stuff into the plane’s fuel tank. The substance will be sprayed out the back of the plane in a ‘hidden’ bright white line of steam 146

January 8, 2019 10:23 AM Kegworth air disaster: What caused the Kegworth plane crash? 30 years on

VICTIMS of the Kegworth air disaster will be remembered today on the 30th anniversary of the plane crash - but what happened on that tragic night? Survivors, relatives and emergency workers who attended the scene of one of Britain’s worst air disasters will remember the 47 people killed in a memorial service at 11am. A London to Belfast plane carrying 108

January 7, 2019 12:19 PM Dog sickness WARNING: Vet issues alert as nasty dog virus sweeps UK

A VET has warned dog owners of a painful bacteria infection spreading rapidly across the UK, urging pet lovers to take care of their animals. He added: "They should wash and disinfect their dog's paws after going out walking in case they pick up anything on their feet." Earlier this year, a deadly dog virus swept across the UK, with reported cases in Cumbria 100

January 7, 2019 3:25 AM World War 3 fears SURGE as China tests MASSIVE 'mother of ALL bombs' in challenge to US

CHINA has tested its largest non-nuclear bomb, nicknamed the ‘Mother of All Bombs’, which is designed to obliterate fortified targets and could be up to 20 feet long. According to Afghan officials, between 32 and 92 Isis fighters were killed, though as they were buried an official casualty count was not conducted. According to Mr Wei’s analysis the Chinese 135

January 1, 2019 1:12 AM Three people stabbed at Manchester Victoria station in horrifying New Year's Eve attack

THREE people are in a critical condition after a stabbing at Manchester Victoria station. A man, woman and British Transport Police officer were attacked on a platform at Manchester Victoria railway station just before 9pm. The station is currently closed and police have confirmed they have arrested a man who was carrying a "long kitchen knife." The trio are in a "very 64

December 29, 2018 2:46 AM World War 3 fears EXPLODE as Russia tests new NUCLEAR bomber for first time

FEARS of conflict between major world powers surged after Russia tested a newly ungraded supersonic long-range bomber, which is capable of carrying nuclear weapons. On Friday the Tupolev Tu-22M3M supersonic bomber flew for the first time. The aircraft can reportedly hit targets as far as 2,200km away (1,367 miles). Russia is modernising its armed forces 102

December 26, 2018 8:27 AM SICILY EARTHQUAKE: 4.8 magnitude quake hits active stratovolcano Mount Etna

It hit two days after Etna, Europe's highest and most active volcano, erupted, sending a huge column of ash into the sky and causing the temporary closure of Catania airport on Sicily's eastern coast. The earthquake hit at 3:19 a.m. (0219 GMT), prompting many people to run out of their homes and sleep in cars. Television footage showed damage to older 79

December 19, 2018 6:03 PM Loch Ness Monster mystery SOLVED? Historian’s NEW photo APPROVED by sightings register

A GRAINY image of a bird-like creature with a four-foot long neck has led a top military historian to announce the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster has finally been solved. Ricky D Phillips was in the middle of conducting a tour of the famous Scottish loch when a beast with a long neck matching the description of the mystical creature emerged out of the freezing 70

December 19, 2018 2:28 AM How common are TORNADOS in Washington? Several reported injured as SAVAGE twister strikes

WASHINGTON State, which was hit by a powerful tornado yesterday which left several injured, has suffered from regular tornados in the modern era with an average of two per year leaving six dead since 1990. This means sustained wind speeds rarely exceed 112 miles per hour, with some falling significantly short. Meteorologist Ted Buehner, who works for the US National 83

December 19, 2018 12:02 AM Washington tornado RAVAGES homes and injuries SEVERAL

SEVERAL people have been injured, homes have been destroyed and trees were ripped from their roots after Washington was ravaged by a rare tornado. Local media have reported the tornado hit before a warning could be issued. Debris, including leaves and litter, was lifted at least 6,000 feet into the air. Witness Emily Silverman said: "Me and my husband 46