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Monday, October 31, 2005

Smearing skin with broccoli can help reduce risk of cancer  

Tarot readings: It's in the cards 

Folklore season waxes 

Ghosts in the Machine 

Happy Halloween  

Stomp! Shout! Scream! 

The Sea Serpents of Mount Desert Island 
Monsters of Maine.

Echo of an exorcism: Ghosts in our backyard 

Sasquatch watch 

El cucuy has roots deep in border folklore 

Houghton mansion is studied 

Creepy Cemetery Tales 

Cyber ghosts and e-mail from the dead 

Haunted Kansas 
Sunflower spooks.

Stories of Ghosts and Unexplained Phenomena Haunt Region 8 

Alhazred's Necronomicon 

Ghosts at Sea 

Wyo has its share of ghost stories 

Ghost hunters utilize latest in technology 

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Lorena man's hunt for Bigfoot continues 

Paranormal occurrences the norm for ghost hunter 

Neighbor offers new theory in slaying 
A police report made the day before Pamela Vitale was killed in her remote Hunsaker Canyon home contradicts the theory that an expected shipment of marijuana growing equipment put her in contact with her killer.

Buried at the bottom of the article:

Meanwhile, sheriff's spokesman Lee said in an e-mail Friday that the sheriff's homicide unit does not believe there is a connection between the Vitale murder and a case Moraga police are investigating involving two illegally constructed structures and a decapitated calf.

Moraga police were called to a remote piece of property off of Rheem Boulevard near St. Marys Tank Road in late September after the property owner found an elaborately constructed and furnished treehouse and shed.

A month-old calf's head had been nailed to the door of the shed. A hand saw with fur and blood was found nearby.

Moraga officers investigating the structures wondered if there might be a connection between the structures and Dyleski after hearing about possible satanic and cult references in the Vitale case, said Moraga police Sgt. Bob Priebe.

Haunted Houses struggle to stay among the unliving 

McMartin Preschool accuser recants 

Bosnian explorer finds 'Europe's first pyramids' 
More on the Bosnian pyramids.

Specter collector 

Forgotten master who lived like a swine and painted like a dream 
The genius of Austin Osman Spare.

Spare, artist and occultist, was a fascinating figure. For more about Spare see here.

Germans turning to witchcraft and the occult 

Students, staff can't explain weird happenings 

Friday, October 28, 2005

Pyramid found - in the heart of Bosnia!! 
With pics. Pretty cool, if true.

Spellbound by sky lights 

Poltergeist (The Man In Black) haunts Tucson mom 

Haunting tales of sea captain's wife 
Middleboro ghosts.

The Great Swamp has some scary stories to tell 

Cult followers kill police 

Witches Among Us 

Urban legends of the fall 
The haunted past of OSU.

Satyrs for Halloween 

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Clairvoyance and Occult Powers 
The Project Gutenberg eBook of Clairvoyance and Occult Powers, by Swami Panchadasi.

Everything you need to know, just in time for Halloween!

More ghosts on the coast 
Oregon coast hauntings.

Hex or hoax? Creepy stories haunt Quaker Cemetery grounds 

Tales of ghosts abound in Lode  
'Tis the season.

Restless spirits haunt Luther 

Dreadful tales of Little Egypt 

Local group investigates Blue Mist phenomenon 

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Kansas City Strip: Ghost Dance  

Pot not a major cancer risk: report  

What kind of animal makes a pawprint as big as this? 

The Dark Side: Texas Gothic 

George Bush endorses Aleister Crowley 

Ghost hunter looks for spirits  
The idea of the dead coming back to make themselves known to the living has been around for centuries.

However, it has only been in the last 100 years or so that digital photography has made "ghost hunting" immediately satisfying.

With cool "haunted overpass" pic. I will confess that I was unaware that digital photography had been around for "the last 100 years." Maybe they meant ten years.

Spooky sighting - Do ghosts, spirits haunt I-75 Camper Village? 

The Paulding Light: Still unexplained 

York: The real Amityville horror?  
York University haunts.

Haunted Idaho 

Halloween whodunit 

Teen: Father feared a plot 
Another California court case with allegations of Satanic abuse and conspiracy.

Update: This is a registration site but if you search for the story through Google News (just search Teen: Father feared plot) it seems you do not have to register.

You can also read it here.

House has haunting history 

Local Officers Trained In Religious, Occult Crimes 

Hell of a House 

Chasing Monsters: Big Muddy Monster still has Murphysboro residents wondering 

Ghostly Itawamba Legends  

Railroad Museum a haunted hot spot 

Nietzsche and the Nazis: Author Reveals Unique Links between Nietzsche and Hitler 

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Last secrets of Nazi terror - an underground labour camp 

Sensations Rise around 25-centimeter Dwarf of Kerman 

Occult fear as sheep slaughtered 

Ranchers worry about horses 

Was Shakespeare a Fraud? 

Di was assassinated for supporting Palestinian cause, claims author! 

Monday, October 24, 2005

Cthulhu DVD said to be totally coolh 

The Man Who Would Murder Death 
Want to live forever?

I couldn't come up with a funny headline 

Primrose spooky, but haunted? 

Mission improbable: Challenging the official story of 9/11 

Ripper hoax accused in court 

Bigfoot bounty is rescinded before it's formally announced 

Cryptozoo Crew Volume One 
Crypto comics!

A Portal for Restless Spirits?  

Rupert's Resonance 

The mystery with the UFO story  

Sunday, October 23, 2005


Obit: Ronald Pearsall 

The Pamela Vitale Murder: Satanic or Ritualistic Crime and Murder 

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Strange Relations 

Biological alarm in Washington 

Monday, October 17, 2005

Made-up words in The Simpsons  

Helen of Troy Existed? 

Producer says no foul play involved in Bruce Lee's death 

Trial to start in 1990s killing spree 


Sunday, October 16, 2005

Bush Family History On Theater Marquee 
Totally sweet. It's a must see.

New Black Dahlia book 

Fertile Goddesses Unveiled in Haft Tepe 

Early Study Shows Spice Stunts Deadly Spread To Lungs 

Researcher Takes Aim at Alien Abductions 

$1 million bounty to be offered for live capture of Bigfoot  

Bigfoot conference in Texas draws hundreds  

Latest word on ancient order  

Wife of TV Legal Analyst Found Slain 
The wife of prominent defense attorney and TV legal analyst Daniel Horowitz was found slain in the couple's San Francisco-area home, police said.

Horowitz, currently leading the defense in a sensational murder trial in Martinez, called 911 Saturday evening to report that the body of his wife, 52-year-old Pamela Vitale, was in the entryway of their home, police said.

The "sensational murder trial" Horowitz is leading the defense for is the trial of Susan Polk, who is accused of murdering her husband. She has claimed self-defense. Her late husband, Felix Polk, often lectured about satanic cults and claimed that one molested his son when he was a toddler. A few days ago I said that this case had it all. I was wrong.

Friday, October 14, 2005

Holy Shelf Unit, Batman! 
Cool secret room.

Man Pleads Guilty to Fraud Over Rembrandt 

Study turns pot wisdom on head 

Castle snubs German TV on Holy Grail quest 

Everybody Chi Kung Tonight  

Paranormal Investigators appearing at Northern Tier 

'I healed my own heart with stem cells'  

Pair isn't afraid of zombies 

Investigators Search for Canadian Lake Monster 

Mysterious 'half-animal, half-plant' marine microbe discovered by Japanese researchers 

2.009 Product Engineering Processes: Archimedes 

Cornish cayman eludes intrepid adventurers 

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Bush Teleconference With Soldiers Staged 

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

A slew of cool stuff from boing boing 
Man, some days boing boing just knocks it out of the park.

Check out Pancho Villa's mummified trigger finger.

For eerie beauty you can't beat the Staten Island Boat Graveyard.

And don't miss the crystal meth rocket, which has to be seen to be believed (scroll down).

1000 Things Made Of Bamboo 

Two pictures painted of Polk as trial begins 

Monkeys on the loose in Pennsylvania 
Well, not really. Just ignorant fundamentalists. A great piece of writing.

In geography class when the lesson plan calls for the teacher to explain that the earth is round, the students should be referred to Isaiah 11:12 and Revelation 7:1 where the earth is described as a four-cornered object. The students would then be aware of an alternate view of the earth as a flat-sided square or perhaps a tetrahedron. The Flat Earth Society would welcome the recognition.

Genetic energy 
Anti-ageing theories.

Ancient sciences hold key to quake prediction 

World's Oldest Noodles Alter View of Ancient Diet 

Italian Divers Chase Sunken Treasure 

Giantology: Giant Creature Uncovered by Tsunami! 
I'm pretty sure that this is a hoax but the footage is pretty interesting anyway.

Be sure to check out the blog hosting the video, Giantology. It's a lot of fun.

Link originally found over at the Anomalist.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Two Women Missing From One Family 

Raising of bow may solve mystery of the 'Mary Rose'  

Did you ever wonder what it would be like to see a water balloon pop in space? 

HRH Mike, the man who should be king, prefers Aussie bush to Buck Palace  

Security Tapes Lack OU Explosion Clues 

Special Forces Suicides Raise Questions 

Support Pentagon torture, or Rummy makes you a 'sex pervert' 
Sploid has the details.

Anthropologists uncover ancient jawbone 

Panther or puss? Claws out over big cat claims  

Latest UFO is spotted hovering over Birch Hill homes 

Police: Man Takes Train With Bow and Arrow 

SUV Drivers in Paris Get Wind Knocked Out of Them  

Monday, October 10, 2005

Small town a bastion of Bigfoot belief  

Quebec company loses sunken cheese 

Egypt prepares new probe of mystery pyramid shafts 

Tell Us Who Fabricated the Iraq Evidence 
Interesting reading.

GM crop 'ruins fields for 15 years'  

West fights release of files from his city-owned computer 

Christian Coalition leader faces sex abuse allegations 
Law enforcement officials said Saturday they are investigating complaints that Louis Beres, longtime chairman of the Christian Coalition of Oregon, molested three female family members when they were pre-teens.

Buried at the bottom of the article:

Beres is also former chairman of the Multnomah County Republican Party.

Guess we'll have to add his name to the list.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

If Dan Brown is right... 

J-Lo plays reporter probing Mexican border murders 

Question on Masonic links left Dunblane inquiry chief stunned 

Deep Underground Military Bases and the Black Budget 

Excluding Halloween images cuts off learning opportunities 
In defense of Halloween.

The Big Wedding: 9/11, the Whistle-Blowers and the Cover-Up by Sander Hooks 
Book review.

Was killer hurricane deadly plot? 

Pulaski gets hero's burial 226 years after death 

DNA tests to determine big cat claims 

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Police hunt mystery big cat spotted in Lothian town 

The Teenaged Witch 

Cars stolen in US used in suicide attacks  


Spychips Sees an RFID Conspiracy 

Skunktober Fest - A nearby trip to the exotic and unknown 

When Seances and Science Boggle Equally  
Mary Roach's journey into the occult takes her to as many strange places as she can scare up.

Book review of SPOOK: Science Tackles the Afterlife.

The case of God's Banker: Roberto Calvi the trial begins 

Mystery of Napoleon's death solved 

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

What is the secret of this rock?  
A map to Atlantis perhaps?

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Filmmakers Are Swept Away by Romania 

UFO-spotters tell tales of the extra-terrestrial  

What you need to view an extraterrestrial UFO? 

Composer Decodes Music Hidden in 15th-Century Chapel 

Blessed Virgin Mary Is Reported To Send Messages 

The Val Lewton Horror Collection  

Amateur sleuths solving cases 

Much ado about identity as scholars claim a diplomat was the 'real' Shakespeare 

WANTED - A sharp academic who can crack Wales' baffling version of the Da Vinci Code 

Mystery Spot demonstrates power of perception 

Scary living for India's ghost man  

The Cyborg Name Generator 
Pretty cool.

Positronic Robotic Organism Fabricated for Hazardous Exploration and Xenocide

Monday, October 03, 2005

Adventures of an International Male  
Hysterical. For a good laugh.

Did Bush administration attack peace movement with military grade biological bacteria? 
What do we make of the Saturday, October 1 Washington Post headline "Poison Found in Air During Anti-War Protest"?

Washington D.C. Public Health Director Greg A. Pane posed the right question in the Post article, "Why that day? That's what is not explained." Pane pointed that it was "just this 24-hour period and none since."

The Post noted that Pane found ". . . it was puzzling that the finding was from a day when the mall was packed with people."

Puzzling? Indeed. Biohazard sensors detected tularemia bacteria at the mall on Saturday, September 24.

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