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Background imageReported Collection: The Graf Zeppelin over Wembley during the F. A. Cup Final

The Graf Zeppelin over Wembley during the F. A. Cup Final
Photograph showing Wembley Stadium, during the Huddersfield Town vs. Arsenal F.A. Cup Final of 1930, with the Graf Zeppelin in the sky above

Background imageReported Collection: UFO crashes at Aztec, New Mexico

UFO crashes at Aztec, New Mexico
A flying saucer which allegedly crashed near Aztec, New Mexico, reported by Frank Scully with spurious data from Dr G, but with possible basis in fact

Background imageReported Collection: St Rosa De Lima

St Rosa De Lima
SANTA ROSA DI LIMA displays a luminous glow - a phenomenon reported of many religious figures, and which may have given rise to the idea of the halo : or vice versa

Background imageReported Collection: Argyle Theatre / Cheshire

Argyle Theatre / Cheshire
in Birkenhead, Cheshire. Reported to be the oldest variety theatre in Britain. Date: 1940s

Background imageReported Collection: Miniature silhouette - Captain Alfred Arnold Ernest Gyde

Miniature silhouette - Captain Alfred Arnold Ernest Gyde
Miniature bust-length silhouette in ebonised frame of Captain Alfred Arnold Ernest Gyde, 2nd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment. He is in Mess Dress uniform

Background imageReported Collection: The Town of San Gimignano, Italy, 1944

The Town of San Gimignano, Italy, 1944
Photograph showing the eleventh-century hill-top town of San Gimignano, near Siena, Italy, prior to July 1944. Later that month the Illustrated London News reported that a German artillery

Background imageReported Collection: United States Air Force - Martin NRB-57D Canberra 53-3973

United States Air Force - Martin NRB-57D Canberra 53-3973 31 May 1956 accepted by the 4080 Strategic Reconnaissance Wing 1959-61: AFSC. Converted to WB-57D

Background imageReported Collection: Charles Glenney, Actor

Charles Glenney, Actor
CHARLES GLENNEY actor who is reported as playing many roles about this time : here he is as Don John in Shakespeares Much ado about nothing 1883

Background imageReported Collection: Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican 1483

Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican 1483
United States Coast Guard - Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican 1483 'Elizabeth City' (msn 65.660). (Crashed on 29 January 1979 off the coast of Mexico)

Background imageReported Collection: Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican 1483

Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican 1483
United States Coast Guard - Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican 1483 (msn 65.660). (Crashed on 29 January 1979 off the coast of Mexico, while performing SAR mission for a vessel reported run aground)

Background imageReported Collection: Brazilian cannibals depicted by de Bry

Brazilian cannibals depicted by de Bry
Cannibals reported by Portuguese conquistadores. Here some are shown roasting their victims on a spit. Date: 1530

Background imageReported Collection: Brazilian cannibals, 1530

Brazilian cannibals, 1530
Cannibals reported by Portuguese conquistadores. Here some are shown roasting their victims on a spit. Date: 1530

Background imageReported Collection: North American P-51C-10-NT Mustang N1202 Houstonian

North American P-51C-10-NT Mustang N1202 Houstonian (msn 111-29080, formerly 44-10947), with race number 60. One of three owned by Oil Tycoon Glenn McArthy

Background imageReported Collection: Grumman - F7F-3P Tigercat G-RUMT (ex N7235C - 80425)

Grumman - F7F-3P Tigercat G-RUMT (ex N7235C - 80425)
Grumman F7F-3P Tigercat G-RUMT (msn C.167) (ex BuAer No. 80425 - US civil registration N7235C) at RAF Fairford for a Royal International Air Tattoo air show

Background imageReported Collection: Previously Reported Missing - Now?

Previously Reported Missing - Now?
An illustrated front cover for Previously Reported Missing - Now...?, written by Gilbert Chester, no. 66 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imageReported Collection: RMS Lusitania - postcard, George Marks and wife, WW1

RMS Lusitania - postcard, George Marks and wife, WW1
RMS Lusitania - postcard dated 5 May 1915 to a Miss Powell in Southampton. The card refers to a George Marks and his wife

Background imageReported Collection: Royal Navy typewritten message, WW2

Royal Navy typewritten message, WW2
Original Royal Navy typewritten message, dated 23 May 1941 regarding the movements of the German battleship Bismarck and a Cruiser as they left the port of Bergen to take part in the massive naval

Background imageReported Collection: All the flags of the Allies fanned out

All the flags of the Allies fanned out
The card carries a verse entitled For a little Scrap of Paper'. This is a play on the German Chancellor's reported exclamation when he learned that Britain would honour her treaty obligations

Background imageReported Collection: Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands aboard a submarine

Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands aboard a submarine
Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands (1880-1962) standing on board the deck of a submarine, September 1916. The Queen was attending manoeuvres carried out by the Dutch navy

Background imageReported Collection: A female Republican supporter giving a speech on top of a car, Madrid, 1936

A female Republican supporter giving a speech on top of a car, Madrid, 1936. It was reported that she was calling for more volunteers to join the Republican army. Date: 1936

Background imageReported Collection: War-torn Irun; Spanish Civil War, 1936

War-torn Irun; Spanish Civil War, 1936
Photograph showing the burnt-out city of Irun in northern Spain, during the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, 1936. Irun was captured by Nationalist forces on 5th September that year

Background imageReported Collection: JACOB'S DREAM

JACOB'S DREAM
Jacob dreams of a staircase leading to Heaven, prefiguring what is reported by those who have near-death experiences

Background imageReported Collection: UFOS/MISSOURI CATTLE

UFOS/MISSOURI CATTLE
Cattle are found dead - and mysteriously mutilated - on a ranch near St Louis, and that same night, a glowing UFO is reported in the neighbour- hood... Date: June 1978

Background imageReported Collection: Memorial to Sgt Charles Ranginawawahia Sciasia

Memorial to Sgt Charles Ranginawawahia Sciasia
New Zealander Sciasia, born of an Italian father and a Maori mother, played, with his brother John, for the Maori All Blacks in 1913

Background imageReported Collection: USAF - North American EB-45A Tornado 47-0014

USAF - North American EB-45A Tornado 47-0014
United States Air Force - North American EB-45A Tornado 47-0014 of 29 AMS - 29 AMG at Mitchell Field 1948 47-0014 crash-landed at Norton AFB

Background imageReported Collection: USMC - North American Rockwell YOV-10A Bronco 152880

USMC - North American Rockwell YOV-10A Bronco 152880
United States Marine Corps - North American Rockwell YOV-10A Bronco 152880 (msn 300-2), the second pre-production OV-10 in storage after service with the Naval Air Test Center

Background imageReported Collection: United States Air Force - Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO Shooting Star

United States Air Force - Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO Shooting Star 53-5305 (msn 580-8645). Reported transferred to a foreign air force circa 1964. Date: 1950s

Background imageReported Collection: FOLKLORE / CYNOCEPHALIES

FOLKLORE / CYNOCEPHALIES
Dog-headed creatures, reported by travellers in India; they are depicted fighting the monsters of the forest, using weapons, so they are evidently more-or-less human Date: medieval

Background imageReported Collection: Lockheed T-33A-5-LO N64274

Lockheed T-33A-5-LO N64274 Ex USAF 57-569 (MSN 580-1218) to civil registry as N64274. Reported 15 April 2008 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Tico, FL. Date: 1970s

Background imageReported Collection: Beyond the Poles

Beyond the Poles
The legendary Land Beyond the Poles said to exist at both Poles : Admiral Byrd reported something of the sort during his 1929 South Pole overflight

Background imageReported Collection: Norman Muscarello

Norman Muscarello
18-year old Muscarello reported a UFO to the police at EXETER, New Hampshire, and they confirmed his sighting; there were other alleged witnesses too

Background imageReported Collection: Suffragette Arson Tunbridge Wells

Suffragette Arson Tunbridge Wells. A view of the cricket pavilion in Nevill Cricket ground, Tunbridge Wells, virtually destroyed in a fire on 11th April 1913

Background imageReported Collection: The Torri degli Ardinghelli, San Gimignano, Italy, 1944

The Torri degli Ardinghelli, San Gimignano, Italy, 1944
Photograph showing the Torri degli Ardinghelli, or Towers of the Guelphs, at the eleventh-century hill-top town of San Gimignano, near Siena, Italy, prior to July 1944

Background imageReported Collection: American Tank Destroyer at Stavelot; Second World War, 1944

American Tank Destroyer at Stavelot; Second World War, 1944
Photograph showing the crew of an American tank destroyer standing beside their vehicle in Stavelot, twenty miles from Liege, during the Battle of the Bulge in the winter of 1944-5

Background imageReported Collection: SS Ernest Bazin, 1897

SS Ernest Bazin, 1897
Illustration of M. Bazins Roller Steamer, SS Ernest Bazin, leaving Le Havre on a sea trial, July 1897. This vessel, launched in 1896

Background imageReported Collection: Alien Entity

Alien Entity
Green-skinned alien visitor, similar to the greys who have subsequently established themselves as the most frequently-reported visiting aliens

Background imageReported Collection: The Deserted Village by H M Bateman

The Deserted Village by H M Bateman. Speaking recently before a distiguished society, an architect named a village which to his surprise, though near the City

Background imageReported Collection: Rus-Jap War Reported

Rus-Jap War Reported
RUSSIA-JAPAN WAR : war correspondents of Le petit Journal and other papers, in Manchuria Date: 1904

Background imageReported Collection: Rus-Jap War Reported 2

Rus-Jap War Reported 2
RUSSIA-JAPAN WAR : the war correspondent of Le petit Journal exposes himself to enemy fire as he watches from the Japanese lines in Manchuria Date: 1905

Background imageReported Collection: Suffragette Protest Meeting Home Secretary

Suffragette Protest Meeting Home Secretary. The scenes of uproar at a meeting addressed by Herbert Gladstone, Home Secretary in Leeds, November 30th, 1907

Background imageReported Collection: Fire reported in Danbury Street, Islington, N1

Fire reported in Danbury Street, Islington, N1, with people trapped, on 25 May 1958. Showing the front area of the basement involved in the fire. Date: 1958

Background imageReported Collection: Portrait of the Duke of Wellington

Portrait of the Duke of Wellington
Portrait of Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), Irish-born soldier and stateman. Following a long, distinguished military and political career

Background imageReported Collection: Face the facts and help to control syphilis Reported cases 1

Face the facts and help to control syphilis Reported cases 100, 000 under 19 yrs. of age... 13, 000 between 11 and 15. Poster presenting information about syphilis. Date between 1936 and 1941

Background imageReported Collection: Collection of reported international treasures

Collection of reported international treasures. Japanese print shows three scenes, top left: ships sailing around a South American island; top right: an orchid from Borneo; and bottom

Background imageReported Collection: The General Strike

The General Strike
Cartoon sketch of a society lady helping out during the General Strike, accompanied by her pet poodle. In support of a strike by coal miners over the issue of threatened wage cuts

Background imageReported Collection: Reported Missing

Reported Missing
A drunken private sits looking rather sozzled, having lost his regiment somewhere in the Middle East, possibly Mesopotamia, during World War I

Background imageReported Collection: Lilly Dache

Lilly Dache (1898-1989) French milliner who emigrated to America and was reported to have said - Glamour is what makes a man ask for your telephone number

Background imageReported Collection: A German telescopic field-periscope

A German telescopic field-periscope
A photograph of a German army field-periscope captured by the French army in 1916. The device, whose telescopic tube could be extended up to twenty-five meters in height



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