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Thursday, June 30, 2005

Don't discourage children from joining service, Pace urges 

Women think: Did BTK stalk me? 

Bigfoot -- Imminent Capture Anticipated  
No, this time we really mean it.

Press release.

Witches of Abstraction 

Detective says evidence short 

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

The power of suggestion lingers - Brain scans show hypnosis helps to focus the mind 

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Religious Gadget Thursday: The E-Meter  

Other Things that Tom Cruise Knows More About Than You 

Loch Ness Boat Operators Identify Kill Zone 

Civil War authority Shelby Foote dead  

Animal group names date back a bit 

Women of the Lodge 

Back in Katie's home town, Scientology switch a shock 
What's shocking is Katie's uncle's response.

And about her decision to take Scientology classes - an applied religious philosophy that critics say is a cult engaged in mind control? "Let him without sin cast the first stone," uncle Richard said.

First stone? Dude, are you on crack? I'm an uncle and if my niece disappeared into a cult for sixteen days, cut off her friends, and was now being professionally "handled" by cult monitors, I'd be a little more concerned.

Scary insects, but show me the monkey 
Kong is coming.

Zorro still makes his mark 

Blimey, mate. It was a kangaroo 
Phantom kangaroo in Indiana.

For more on the Phantom Kangaroo phenomenon see here.

Skeleton holds clues to mystery 9,300 years old 
Excellent article.

Developer seeks Souter's property 
I think this is little more than a prank, but it would be very amusing.

Right Wing Douchebag Alert: this links to World Net Daily.

Congressional Secrets On Web Site 

Monday, June 27, 2005

New Jack the Ripper theories put sleuths in a spin 

Archaeologists search for Orpheus  

MI5 Agent: Nine Eleven a Violent Coup 

Modern day explorer mapping out a lost world 

DNA sought for Kelly Gang theory 

BTK killer waives trial, admits 10 slayings  

Sunday, June 26, 2005

Cruise apologizes for Today show behavior - blames Ritalin dose 

Cruise went on the defensive during the Today show interview with Matt Lauer last week, accusing him of "knowing nothing about psychiatry." When Lauer pushed the issue, Cruise leaned toward him aggressively, stating "I've studied the history of psychiatry, Matt, and you haven't." He added, "I had to memorize the entire script of Rain Man once. Have you ever memorized a script about a savant, Matt? Well, have you Matt?"

See also:Tom Cruise Gets His Own Psychiatric Syndrome.

And don't miss Tom Cruise: Movie star or pod person? which details the actor's recent couch jumping, face sucking, "brainwashing", and girlfriend auditioning.

Hi-tech cameras snap ancient bible  

BTK defense strategy baffles court observers 

Haunted Louisville 

Sleepy Hollow the most famous haunted town in the World 

'Satanist' held for murders 

Teen witch caught up in spells 

Ex-F.B.I. Chief Says He Felt Betrayal at Deep Throat's Unmasking 

Bumped at Bush event, Denver Three hit back  

'Papillon' alive and well? 

Shroud of Turin Probably Fake 

Former profiler recounts true-life tales of horrors 

Story Of Abduction  

When the going gets weird, he loves it 


Report: U.S. in secret talks with Iraq insurgents  

Saturday, June 25, 2005

Did ancient Polynesians visit California? 

Mystery footprints in the Kimberley: cat, creature or Yowie? 

WTC Basement Blast And Injured Burn Victim Blows 'Official 9/11 Story' Sky High  

Gold? Buried treasure not worth trouble 

Friday, June 24, 2005

Ghosts haunt Manitowoc, expert says 

Teens vampire captives 

Revolutionary War mystery still unsettled 

Mystery shrouds Iraq's missing artefacts  

The Last Watergate Mystery 

Archaeologists figure out mystery of Stonehenge bluestones 

Katie Holmes' Missing Days 

Monday, June 20, 2005

The Professor is away 
Hey Hexies,

Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm on vacation and won't be posting much (if at all) until this weekend. Rest assured that though I am unwinding a bit, eating lobster, and enjoying the best low-wave summer surfing that Maine has to offer, I will not be resting on my laurels. I'll have a full report on my strange and mysterious studies when I return. Until then, check my links, catch up on past posts, and enjoy your summer. Also, if you know of any strange things in Maine I should see, please let me know.

all my best,

Professor Hex

Thursday, June 16, 2005

'Bewitched' Statue Goes Up in Salem  

Brazilian doctors uncover 'Michelangelo code'  

Stab in the dark: Murderous dreams come true 

Buried Treasure Found In Utah 

The Golden Dawn's Scottish scion 

Was it 'fragging'? GI casualties increase in Iraq 

The wizard who spoke to plants 

African kids 'being sacrificed in London'  

Nepalese Porters May Be World's Most Efficient Haulers 

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Interest grows in solving cryptic CIA puzzle after link to Da Vinci Code 

Hare Krishna cooking: Secret recipes exposed! 

Mother's fatal beating puts spotlight on tiny church 

Satanic symbol found near severed goat head 

Germans blamed for Viking invasion 

Man sees UFO two nights running 

Man Claims David Blaine Stole His 'Godly Powers' 

Chauffeur payoff revives Di's murder conspiracy theory 
Speculations that Princess Diana's death may be more than an accident have gained further momentum, after recent discoveries revealed that her chauffeur reportedly received mystery payments amounting to 142,000 dollars, just weeks before she died in the car he was driving.

And this:

Financial investigators have also revealed Paul had staggering amounts of money in 13 bank accounts around the world, despite earning just 38,000 pounds, a year as a driver for Paris' Ritz hotel.

Mystery doll found inside Kearny church 

New clues in search for missing da Vinci fresco 

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

More British memos on pre-Iraq war concerns 
The paper trail gets longer.

A New Book on the JFK Assassination 

A ghostly house where Frederick Douglass lived is rediscovered 

Top Officials’ Names Censored from Report on Lawbreaking 

The FINAL list of Senators refusing to oppose lynching  

Haunted Paper Toys 

Suicide Bridge 

Lost to the Only Life They Knew 

America's Dog Star Days 

Sasquatch comedy filming in Oregon 

Want to see something weird? 

Church sex ring allegedly involved children, animal sacrifice 

Free Katie 
Sheesh. . .

Mother charged in death of 6-year-old girl 

The Incredible Oneness of Shasta 

Monday, June 13, 2005

Martial Arts Associations Told To Stay Away From The Supernatural 

Chemistry professor whittles subject down to comic book size 

'No-nonsense' Batmobile roars into pop culture 
I'm linking this article so I have an excuse to link to this great website: Sweet.

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Loch Ness Thriller: Fact Or Fiction? 

New Holy Grail Discovery 
In a profound and provocative work of scholarly detection, best-selling U.K. author Philip Gardiner shakes the foundations of modern belief by at last revealing the true origins of The Holy Grail, Elixir of Life and Philosopher's Stone. Shrouded in mystery, these highly enigmatic symbols have long been revered and The Serpent Grail proves that all three are inextricably linked, originating from the same ancient source.

His basic theory? In The Serpent Grail Gardiner proves that modern science and ancient wisdom can and have come together to finally prove that snake venom and blood was used thousands of years ago as the Elixir of Life and was brought together in the arcane mixing bowl which became known as the Holy Grail.

Snake venom and blood? I could of had a V-8!

Use of psychics rare among police, but many are open to idea 

Ghost stories come alive 

Former Bush Cabalist: 9-11 WTC Was an 'Inside Job' 

Waiting for Bigfoot 

Freaky Ghost pic 

Divers sent to find Kanas lake monster 

Sunday, June 12, 2005

The Urban Treasure Hunter: A Practical Handbook for Beginners 

True or not, diary spins quite a story 

Strange trip back to a previous life 

Engaging quest for Tasmanian tiger of myth and nightmare 

Missing foreign film crew found safe after mystery disappearancer 

Mystery of the nuclear whistleblower 

Found: Europe's oldest civilisation 

Saturday, June 11, 2005

Sinister sects 


Friday, June 10, 2005

Folk Remedy, Food Spice May Fight Cancer 

Tyson Challenger Uses Hypnosis In Training Program 

Gallup: Public Confidence in Papers, TV News Falls to All-Time Low 
I wonder why.

The Nazis invented the sex doll 

Police: Man Not Beaten for Whistleblowing 

Mark Felt Hinted at Exotic Antigravity Project? 

Woman Has Hobby That's "Out of the Ordinary" 

Scientific and Historical Anomalies - Dowsing 

Learning to Pendulum Dowse 
Speaking of dowsing. . .

The Creature of Tagua Tagua Lagoon 

UFOlogists still keep their eyes on the skies 

Report: CIA official blocked Sept. 11 memo 

Fingered by Folklore 

Scary Happenings in Stratford 

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Kanas Lake Monsters Spotted 
It's not much of an article, aside from the fact that they filmed the beasts, but that sure is a pretty lake. If I was a lake monster that's where I'd want to live.

Confession: When I first looked at this headline I thought it read Kansas Lake Monsters Spotted. Now that would have been impressive.

Here's some more on Kanas Lake.

Link found over at the Anomalist.

The Three Rocketeers 

Is Jeff Gannon...Johnny Gosch? 

Beheaded skeletons found in tombs 

TV show depicts 9/11 as Bush plot 
Boy, is reporter Tom Goeller out of touch.

As ludicrous as it may sound to most Americans, the tale has resonance in Germany, where fantastic conspiracy theories often are taken as fact.
Many Germans think, for example, that the 1969 moon landing was faked, and a poll published in the weekly Die Zeit showed that 31 percent of Germans younger than 30 "think that there is a certain possibility that the U.S. government ordered the attacks of 9/11."

Ludicrous? Gee, Tom, I bet those numbers are about the same for Americans. In fact, this Zogby poll says that half of New Yorkers believe that US leaders knew about the impending attacks and "consciously failed" to act.

Who assaulted the Los Alamos whistle-blower? 

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Boom Teens In Court 

When Marine recruiters go way beyond the call 

Alien thinking 

Women In Nepal Dance Naked In Hopes Of Easing Drought 

'Code' chapel opens door to tourist flood 

Split-personality town has quirky history 

Does Bigfoot exist? Upcoming conference aims to find answers 

Holloway Not Only American Missing In Aruba 
Another family said they know exactly what the parents of Natalee Holloway, the Alabama teenager who has been missing in Aruba since last week, are going through. They've been dealing with the same nightmare for seven years.

Scroll down at the link to get to the story.

The FBI reported a sighting, by a naval officer, of a woman in a brothel who claimed to be Amy Bradley and asked for his help. By the time he reported his story the brothel had burned to the ground.

For more on Amy Bradley see here.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

American Civil War submarine found 

"Orang bunian' blamed for many disappearances 

Partner Denies Murdering Councillor  

Monster shark swallows diver in Jaws-style attack 

Archaeologist believes Chinese found Cape Breton 

IN SEARCH OF NOAH'S ARK: Part 1 - The journey begins 

Indigo children mystery studied 

American starts searching for oil in Israel where he says Bible places it 

Some strange, painful rituals  

Psychic Leads Prove Valuable in Search for Missing D.A. 

Cops hunt Catgarookey 

Cops warn of buried-treasure scam in Fort Myers 

Mr. Mojo Rising 
Is Jim Morrison alive and riding the storm in the Pacific Northwest?

See for yourself here.

Link found courtesy of the Green Lantern.

Los Alamos Lab Whistleblower Beaten  

Monday, June 06, 2005

'Ghost professor' joins Swedish institution 

Rights group leader says U.S. has secret jails  

Lost City to remain lost?  

Aggie missing since 1998 found alive 

Charlie Brown statue disappears in Calif. 
Good grief.

Family questions 'Welsh ripper' claim 

The Tibetan connection  

Coming in out of the cold: Cold fusion, for real 

A sign from above seen on a turtle from below 

Bigfoot legend lives large in Northwest lore, locales 

A search for evidence in chemist's killing 

Don't Stand By Me - Surviving a lightning strike 
Jerry LeDoux is a guy you don't really want to interview, because interviewing him means having to be near him, and that's like planting yourself by a dartboard.

Interestingly, Jerry LeDoux has been struck by lightning and attacked by a bear. What are the odds?

Sunday, June 05, 2005


Markov's umbrella assassin revealed 

Police, killer in child sex ring 

Mystery of chant's origin solved 
Rock Chalk Jayhawk, baby.

Friday, June 03, 2005

Satanist paedophile ring 'ritually raped up to 25 children' 

The Thing in the Bathroom 

Area man brings to light 'UFO Sightings of Illinois' 

Thursday, June 02, 2005

Is Jack the Ripper's knife on show in Wales? 

The amazing Steve Ditko 

Healing energy 

Homolka weeps as public gets glimpse of one of Canada's most hated convicts 

Make that a burger, fries and a tank full of grease  
Ladies and gentlemen, the Greasecar.

A tousled 28-year-old in a mechanic's shirt and wire-rimmed glasses, Carven is the inventor of the Greasecar Vegetable Fuel Systems, a $795 kit that is fitted under the hoods of diesel cars and trucks and allows them to run on used vegetable oil. Once a vehicle is transformed into a Greasecar, every McDonald's, Dunkin' Donuts and neighborhood Chinese restaurant becomes a potential fuel stop.

Finally, a way to decrease our dependence on foreign oil while increasing our dependence on fast food.

You can also learn How to Build a Catapult, or Build Your Own Indoor Irrigation System.

I love Make Zine.

Drawing uncovered of 'Nazi nuke' 
Scary stuff, with great illustration.

Another fine link from Weird Events.

What the Hell? 
Very strange creature caught on film.

Very strange picture.

Found over at Weird Events.

A New Curse 

Snowfall in Somalia reported 

Attorney says allegations sensationalized  

This Zorro has no weapon, no cape... no clothes 

Entomology has occult origins 

Missing Woman May Have Ties to Occult 

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Cajuns seek remains of guerrilla leader 

Second Bigfoot Sighting In Norway House, Manitoba 

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