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Monday, January 31, 2005

Rumor of a UFO crash in Nepal China border 

Freemasonry's Influence in Europe 

Inside the Outsider 

Alan Riding's Top Ten Curious facts About Shakespeare 
Relinked by popular request.

Did You Know? 
A great collection of trivia. Have you learned anything today?

The slogan on New Hampshire license plates is 'Live Free or Die'. These license plates are manufactured by prisoners in the state prison in Concord.

It is believed that Shakespeare was 46 around the time that the King James Version of the Bible was written. In Psalms 46, the 46th word from the first word is shake and the 46th word from the last word is spear.

The silhouette on the Major League Baseball logo is Harmon Killebrew.

Murphy's Oil Soap is the chemical most commonly used to clean elephants.

The naval rank of "Admiral" is derived from the Arabic phrase "amir al bahr", which means "lord of the sea".

Donald Duck's middle name is Fauntleroy.

Coca-Cola was originally green.

And hundreds more!

Another great link from Militant Platypus.

Tech guru pitches $100 PC 

Ghost photo 

Sunday, January 30, 2005


Giant pearl tied to death, intrigue, family squabbles 

El Pasoan still searching for mystery rocks' origin 

Friday, January 28, 2005

MOCKINGBIRD - The Subversion Of The Free Press By The CIA 


How David shrank as he faced Goliath 


Wichita Police find missing communication linked to BTK 

Haunted Places in Oklahoma 

Officer who nabbed Lee Harvey Oswald dies 

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Seymour Hersh: "We've Been Taken Over by a Cult" 

Ancient cosmetics analyzed and then reproduced 

BTK connected to Park City murders? 

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Co. to Advertise on Neb. Man's Forehead 

Examiner Finds Man Breathing in Morgue 

A new message from BTK? 
Another BTK package may have surfaced Tuesday, when a postcard mailed to a Wichita television station led reporters, and then police, to a suspicious cereal box that was leaning against a road sign near Valley Center.

Reportedly, the message was inside a box of Post Toasties.

Gosh, maybe G-Man Melvin Purvis can catch BTK . . .

Do you think BTK sent away for this Post Toasties prize when he was a kid?

Haunted Places in Missouri 
For my Hexies in the Show Me State.

Attention to Lestlie:

Nevada - Cottey College - is haunted by 2 ghosts: (1) Vera: a student from long ago that was making candy in Rosemary Hall when her nightgown caught fire, and resulted in burning down the hall. Now she haunts the entire college, comforting some girls and tricking others (2) a man in black (or a black man) that haunts the college from slavery days, as the story goes, possibly looking for Vera.

Husband and wife's mysterious deaths puzzling to police 
One bullet, two bodies.

Mystery of Hanuman statue on South African beach 

Ghost returns to scene of haunting 

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

The search for the lost library of Rome 

Monday, January 24, 2005

UFO Sighting and Strange Signals reported again in Indian Ocean - sub tectonic experiment? 

Something wicked this way comes - wicked cool, that is 

Ancestor offers missing link between hippos, whales 

Police hunt poo protesters 
Ladies and gentlemen, the Poo Protesters.

Link found at boing boing.

Changing your reality through hypnosis  

Oddballs, magicians, freaks haunt Ricky Jay's handbill history 
Ricky Jay is the coolest.

Paranormal presentation levitates Braden  

Pre-Columbian artifacts links culture to the supernatural 

Class ring lost in 1978 found 26 years later  

Desperately hoping to catch a Tasmanian tiger by the tail 

Serial Killers Not New To History 

Iraqis trying to solve $300 million mystery 

Delaware couple: UFO chased us at 80 mph 

Weeping Madonna remains a mystery 

Friday, January 21, 2005

Global warming linked to 'great dying' 

Thursday, January 20, 2005

Factnet Report: Hubbard and the Occult 
Long article on the roots of Scientology.


Pandering to animal lovers 

From Worth1000.

Seeing through walls 

Tsunami folklore 'saved islanders' 

Zodiac Killer, the Movie 

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Tai Chi Used To Calm NYC Students 

Jackalope May Become Wyoming's Official Mythical Creature 

In Rome, Hints of Buried Treasure 

Boy 'abducted for sacrifice' rescued 

Forest family had an elaborate camp among trees 

Hillary Reveals Encounter with Shackleton's Ghost 

Iraq's 'saviours' guilty of vandalism 

Potholers discover ancient Roman mosaic 

Teens nabbed in grave heist 

Mysterious moaning sounds prompts evacuation of law library 

Quoth the visitor, 'Once more' 

Woman baffled by 'beam of light' 

Mystery compound in beer fights cancer 

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Want to live longer? Then drop the fitness regime and put your feet up 

Top 10 Net Hoaxes / Urban Legends of 2004 

Hockney 'was wrong' over art copying claims 

Flying Triangle sightings on the rise 

Hammer, don't hurt 'em! 

Bush's Grand Plan? Incite Civil War in Iraq 

Corresponding with the Fantastic: The Sorcery of Fritz Leiber 

Monday, January 17, 2005

Ufo Peach Sees Its Popularity Take Off 

PRESS RELEASE: The Indian Ocean Tsunami and Atlantis Linked 

The Living Unknown Soldier by Jean-Yves Le Naour 
Book review.

Future unknown for castle with secret past 

Was Robert Kennedy killed by a real 'Manchurian candidate'-style assassin? 
A book review of Nemesis, by the British author Peter Evans.

A new book claims to reveal evidence that the CIA, FBI and Aristotle Onassis hypnotised a Palestinian man into assassinating Robert Kennedy.

The alleged Onassis involvement reminds me of the Gemstone Files.

The author Dominick Dunne, in his Vanity Fair column last month, described Nemesis as presenting "a startling revision of American history."

Important discoveries in medieval codices and manuscripts of the Plato's Critias. 
Hispano-Cuban investigator has discovered in medieval codices and manuscripts of the Plato's Critias, a reading nonnoticed to date of the fragment where beginning date of or beginning of the war between Atlanteans and Greeks.

Methinks this is a poor translation of a Spanish language document. Basically, it moves the destruction of Atlantis fom 12,000 years ago to about 1569 B.C.E.

Team Searching for Columbus' Remains 

Anti-Aging Drug for Humans Hinted at by Worm Study 

Statement from District Attorney Nola Foulston regarding BTK investigation 

Statue unveiled to Johnny Ramone 

Shakespeare may be sufferer of syphilis 
A pox indeed.

Saturday, January 15, 2005

Polish woman jailed for 'haunting' owner of an Austrian castle 

'Da Vinci' probe: Barges explore novel's sites  

Report: Hitler ordered kidnapping of pope 

Friday, January 14, 2005

Beasts of Satan's killing spree has Italy transfixed 

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Popular shampoos contain toxic chemicals linked to nerve damage 

Haunted Places in Kansas 
This one is for my Hexies in the Sunflower State.

Juiceenewsdaily is doing a great job of listing haunted places in all fifty states. Check their site to see if yours is listed yet.

San Diego's strange history chronicled in new book 

Skunk Ape or Aquatic Ape? 

Satanic church snubs battered teen 

'Tantric' lynched for human sacrifice 

BBC NEWS | UK | England | Devon | Dead sheep found in 'occult star' 

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Evidence of Extra-terrestrial mind control in India - like in America politicians are forced to cover up 

Giant colon lets fairgoers tour rarely traveled tract 

Ancient statue linked to astronomer's lost lore 

French rower sets out alone to repeat Thor Heyerdahl's journey 

Voodoo priests pray for tsunami victims 

Another dead microbiologist 

Leonardo da Vinci's Florence workshop found  
Extremely cool.

India may be the first country to explain to the world about extra-terrestrial and UFO contacts - the secret debate is on 

Passions run deep in search of Loch Ness monster 

Lost Apes Of The Congo  

Did Smarty Jones 'tell' horse psychic he wouldn't win? 

Russia's Yeltsin Paid for Protection From Psychic Attacks --KGB Agent 

Haunted Hot Spots  

BTK frenzy shook retiree 

Illegal search claimed in BTK hunt 

Harsens Island man shares ghosts  

The Secret CIA UFO Files 

House of Magick attracts fresh blood 

Vatican girds for battle with Satanism  

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Mudslide mania 

Civil War Maps  

Preacher Dies During Sermon About Heaven 

Haunted Places in Idaho 
A list from juiceenewsdaily.

Vampirism linked to suspect 

Source of Hebrew name for United States remains a mystery 

Monday, January 10, 2005

Effort to become minister a bewitching saga 
Cyndi Simpson doesn't ride a broomstick and she doesn't read the Bible.

But the Bon Air woman, who says her religion is witchcraft, is headed to a Christian seminary this fall.

Her goal is to attend Lancaster Theological Seminary, a United Church of Christ school in Pennsylvania and become a Unitarian Universalist minister.

But to be ordained in the Unitarian Universalist church, she must have a master of divinity degree from an accredited seminary.

Note that: Simpson says her faith is often misunderstood. Chesterfield County is appealing a federal district court ruling that would allow Simpson to lead the invocation at Board of Supervisors meetings. Judeo-Christian clergy on a volunteer list generally give the customary prayer to open meetings. When the board refused to add Simpson to the list, she sued and won.

Virginians' tax dollars at work.

New at the spa: Tarot readings and other supernatural healers 

Sunday, January 09, 2005

Linguists identify mysterious tongue 

Waiting for an end to Earhart's story 

Lifting the veil of secrecy  

Blocked Writer Publishes Book of Forewords 
Just plain funny. Satire.

Scientists look to explain animals' disaster response  

Missing trucker, 3.6 million nickels 

Saturday, January 08, 2005

Don't ditch the witch 

Mysterious jet tied to torture flights 

Friday, January 07, 2005

Bizarre Rash of Horse Tail Cutting in Boulder City 

Haunted Places in Alabama 

Bookie Posts Odds on Gay Simpsons 


The mystery of the British Museum's crystal skull is solved. It's a fake 

Thursday, January 06, 2005

Single Mother Gives Up Yeti To Help Children 

Museum's treasure: Artifacts of pirates 

Mutilated body 'reflected star's canvas' 

"Eyeing the Flash': Come One, Come All: Secrets of the Carny 
Book Review.

Mysterious Boom Trial 

Skunk ape movie to debut in April  

Herbal Extract Reduces Migraines 

From an icy landscape to a warm zoo, captured kangaroo still a thrill 

Police seek necklace linked to BTK  

Conspiracy theorists see dark forces behind tsunami disaster 

Will Eisner 1917-2005 

The great Will Eisner is gone, but his Spirit lives on.

Eisner never let his age get in the way of his creativity. He was still working up until his death. Here is a 2003 article about his later life and work.

For more on the legendary Mr. Eisner, please click here.

And here's a nice tribute from News From Me.

To understand the genius of Will Eisner, do yourself a favor and go buy a Spirit comic.

"Isn't it embarrassing that a man in his eighties is kicking all our asses?"--Frank Miller

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Curry Spice May Fight Alzheimer's 

Mystery of vanishing boat 

Hertford, home of the Holy Grail 

Monday, January 03, 2005

Meditation Gives Brain a Charge 
An extremely important article with far reaching implications. Worth the registration if you are asked.

Brain research is beginning to produce concrete evidence for something that Buddhist practitioners of meditation have maintained for centuries: Mental discipline and meditative practice can change the workings of the brain and allow people to achieve different levels of awareness.

Link found at The Anomalist.

British Government Tried To Jail Lesbian Author Secret Documents Show  

Minnie Driver sees ghosts, Adrock sees UFOs.

'Ape' Sighting Draws Interest  

Earthquake: Coincidence or a Corporate Oil Tragedy?  

Eat your black-eyed peas 

Ministers to open thousands of ancient tracks on private land 

Tales of tsunami babies join accounts of other survivors  

From elephant dung to beaver testicles  
A history of birth control techniques..

I'll never complain about condoms ever again . . .

Officials dismiss coyote urban legend 

Why We Blush When We Kiss Frogs 
A review of The Odd Body, by Dr Stephen Juan.

Injectable memories, living severed heads, and our strange, strange bodies.

Fun Fact: In the 18th century, a Russian woman gave birth to 69 children, of whom 67 survived into adulthood. Her children included 18 pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets, and four sets of quadruplets.

Minnie Driver's Seen a Ghost 
Nuff said.

Media Whites Out Vote Fraud  

Burial sites located with dowsing rods, woman says 

Going Around in Circles with the Ancient Minoans 

Meteor suspected amid unexplained sightings and blast in Indonesia 

Mysterious objects turn up in Bluffton cemetery 
Some hoodoo and root magic in the graveyard.

Hey Cat,what does an "onion that had been split in half, tied in a black ribbon and buried" signify?

Sunken mystery 

Sunday, January 02, 2005

Police seek downed plane 

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