This Argentinian tourist village sat underwater for 25 years

In the 1970s, Villa Epecuén, a tourist village on Lago Epecuén in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, had a population of more 5,000 with 300 thriving businesses and tens of thousands of annual visitors. However, wet weather patterns caused Lago Epecuén and on November 10, 1985, the nearby dam broke, starting a gradual… » 12/23/12 1:00pm 12/23/12 1:00pm

Three-Eyed Fish Discovered Near Argentinian Nuclear Facility

Well this is unsettling. The fish you're looking at was recently caught in an Argentinian reservoir lake. The thing is, it's a reservoir lake that a nearby nuclear facility just happens to pump water into on a regular basis, meaning this is one of those rare examples where a three-eyed animal isn't cool. » 10/28/11 5:48pm 10/28/11 5:48pm

Angelic squid descends over Argentina, bringing tentacled confusion in …

Here's another addition to the burgeoning Argentinian UFO files. An angel and/or space squid was recently unveiled by Argentinean news, and it unabashedly waggled its cosmic tendrils at a confused cameraman. Saucy cephalopod seraphim, taunting us Earthlings with your appendages! » 6/14/11 4:30pm 6/14/11 4:30pm

Alien Swarms Descend On Camera-Happy Argentina

Argentina has been having a huge UFO boom, with 64 reported sightings in 2008 alone. And some of the UFO photos have become remarkably detailed, showing things like insignia and little fins. Thanks to digital cameras (and maybe Photoshop) people are able to create much, much more believable evidence of extraterrestrial … » 3/13/08 9:50am 3/13/08 9:50am