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Sunday, July 31, 2005

Flirty Fishing and the Children of God 

Self-esteem Games 

Santeria priest guides lost souls of Hollywood 

Diana on phone as she died  

Saturday, July 30, 2005

Scientists Claim Mysterious 10th Planet 

Friday, July 29, 2005

Ritual Murders On the Rise in Liberia 

More items fuel cops occult hunt in fatality 

Unidentified Sea Creature Found After Typhoon 

Feds snort at Post's coke tale 
Federal drug agents are discrediting a New York Post front-page story that Osama Bin Laden tried to buy tons of Colombian cocaine to spike with poison and resell to Americans.

Best part: "The New York Post has refused to inform DEA of the basis of its allegations or share the document upon which the reporting is based," DEA spokesman Garrison Courtney said in a statement.

I wonder why?

Thursday, July 28, 2005

Weird Wales 

Real-life 'Amityville' owner horrified by his portrayal in new film  

Mass. town hall said to be haunted 

NASA Concerned Over Approaching Asteroid 
2029 - mark your calendar.

Christians demand removal of "satanic monument" 

Man puts foot down, amputated limb returned 

Bush flips the press the finger yesterday  
Worst. President. Ever. Really.

CIA Sued Over Bin Laden Book 

"Bigfoot" Hair Turns Out To Be Bison 

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Atomic Saucers 

Yorkshire has its own Bermuda Triangle 

Shady Maple: 'It's all a bunch of nothing.' 

CSI Bigfoot a real-life whatwuzit 

From Myth to Man: a review of Tom Harpur’s The Pagan Christ 

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Spirit tales reveal ancient landslides/dangers for Seattle. 

Free copy of the Bigfoot Times 
Download it here.

I told my niece Goblina that there was a Bigfoot magazine and she asked how anybody could read it if it's written in Bigfoot.

Man reports a UFOsighting on Seacoast 

Coverage of bigfoot encourages others to come forward  

Seafloor survey buoys Atlantis claim 

Ogie makes National Geographic  

Report: Bin Laden Cocaine Plot Fell Through 

Nashville police get reports on occasional occult activity 

Incident uncovered in probe 

Roman legion founded Chinese city 

U of Alberta lab starts tests on hair purported to come from sasquatch 

Ancient phallus unearthed in cave 
Dildos of the gods.

A sculpted and polished phallus found in a German cave is among the earliest representations of male sexuality ever uncovered, researchers say.

It may also have been used to knap, or split, flints


With primitive dildo pic!

Monday, July 25, 2005

New Witness In Search For American Teen In Aruba 

Build your own Stonehenge! 
Dancing dwarves not included.

In ancient times, hundreds of years before the dawn of history, an ancient race of people... the Druids. No one knows who they were or what they were doing...

Found over at Make Zine.

The Secret of the Holy Grail and the Discovery of the Elixir of Life 
Snake venom and blood you say? Sounds delicious!

Found over at the Anomalist.

'Enemies of humanity' quote raises Iraq PR questions  

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Is the Rogers Theatre haunted? 

Is there anyone out there . . .Yes, 15,000 times, yes 

Horse-and-Plow Farming Making a Comeback  

Flesh-Eating Caterpillars Discovered in Hawaii 

Satanic items found in search of homes  

Summer time Bigfoot Madness! 

Friday, July 22, 2005

King George's Insanity May Have Stemmed From Arsenic 

Last WWII Comanche 'code talker' dies in Oklahoma 

Where the Yeti roams free 

Australian state legalises witchcraft 

Sale of house hasn't a ghost of a chance 


Loch Lloyd monster dead 
Alligators in Missouri!

30 years later the Hoffa tips keep coming. Weird ones. 

Bigfoot under microscope 

Roberts Helped Counsel Jeb Bush  

Top-end X-files revealed  

Thursday, July 21, 2005

New Black Dahlia site 

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Build your own paper rocket! 

Wired News: Mind May Affect Machines 

Einstein on 'spooky action-at-a-distance' 

Study: Green tea compound targets cancer-linked protein 

Monday, July 18, 2005

Robert Moog Treated for Tumor 
Get well soon, Bob.

Treasure hunters go Dutch for millions 

Skeletons clues to Polynesian mystery 

Sunday, July 17, 2005

Alternate bomb theories: Hot and hotter 
Cannonfire has the latest.

Saturday, July 16, 2005

Government investigating bush creature sightings 

Voice of the White House July 10, 2005 

Where Will You be on July 22, 2005? 

Scientology's real war of the worlds 

Mummies key to mystery 

Majestic temple rises in Texas oil country 

Durst released from prison 
No, not Fred.

Real estate heir and Scarsdale native Robert Durst was released from federal prison yesterday after serving time related to his efforts to escape prosecution in the 2001 dismemberment slaying of his Texas neighbor.

Honohana foot-cult guru gets 12 years for fraud 

The Yard Sale That's 792,000 Yards Long  

London: Was it suicide? 

Newspaper Claims Former DOJ Officials Confirm Bombing Coverup 

Proof of Bigfoot existence may come soon says organization 

Oklahoma treasure hunters 

RFID Foes Find Righteous Ally 

The Pharaoh’s Curse 

Secrets behind the gate 

Teens in Satanist case enter plea  

Pope of pulp 
Raymond Chandler, failed poet, found his talent only late in life, rattling out classic tales of molls, murder and Philip Marlowe - before the alcohol got him. Ian Rankin unravels the story of his life.

“Show me a man or woman who cannot stand mysteries and I will show you a fool, a clever fool - perhaps - but a fool just the same.”

800-year-old ring is full of mystery 

The men behind Zheng He's successful expedition 

The nerd who saw too much  

Thursday, July 14, 2005



Another UFO flies over town 

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

The end of a golden age 

Building in Iceland? Better Clear It With the Elves First  

How the Government Staged the London Bombings in Ten Easy Steps 
Ten Step Method To Staging a Terrorist Attack.

1) Hire a Crisis Management firm to set up an exercise that parallels the terrorist attack you are going to carry out. Have them run the exercise at the precise locations and at the very same time as the attack. If at any stage of the attack your Arabs get caught, tell the police it was part of an exercise.

New Developments In London Underground Exercise Story  

London Underground Bombing 'Exercises' Took Place at Same Time as Real Attack 

For UFO expert, sci-fi is real life 
Two or three times a month, someone in Colorado looks into the sky and sees something he cannot identify.

Often, that's when John Schuessler's group gets a call.

You can tell The Denver Post takes this seriously by the picture of Yoda illustrating the article.

Sasquatch sighting reported in Yukon 

Historic Dunedin castle rich in myth  

Haunted Family's Tale of Woes 
A haunting in Nairobi.


What is Tantra and Tantric sex?  

Bigfoot believers compare notes at Longbow campout 

The Great Pyramid may still contain Khufu's intact pharaonic tomb 

Faust's Magical Book of Forbidden Knowledge Not Fiction 

Myth or real, West Texas desert lights draw a crowd 

Questions still remain about Lincoln negative 

Sunday, July 10, 2005

'Monster' of Tianchi Lake sighted 

Porno queen's mysterious death -- murder or suicide? 

Mystery of the magician who spent his life dodging bullets  

Sturgeon sightings beg for explanation 

False Flag over London  

A Mystery as Deep as the Ocean 

Underwater excavations 

Friday, July 08, 2005

Doctor's diary: the benefits of hanging around bars 

New map details deep mysteries in Lake Champlain  

Behind the myth of Ned Kelly's last days  


Mystery of Karl Rove/Matt Cooper Connection Deepens 

Scientists dispel the mystery surrounding Stradivarius violins 

Thursday, July 07, 2005

Digging up the past 

Animal spotted in Pittsford area 
Mountain lion in New York?

Writing About the Dead and Loving It 
Fascinating article on obituary writers.

Like members of an outlaw cult, obituary writers have been gathering annually in quiet, out-of-the-way places for the last seven years to discuss their craft and commune with fellow newsroom misfits.

Mountain lion attack? Maybe, maybe not, it's still a mystery 
Mountain lion in Missouri?

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Arlington Cemetery Undergoes Expansion  
Bush Acres.

Bush's legacy, thus far 
Click here.

Team Bush Paid Millions to Nathan Sproul - and Tried to Hide It  

Plants heal, herbalist teaches 

$1.25m Tassie tiger bounty expires 

Digging tombs of Qin Shihuang, Wu Zetian under discussion 

John Whitfield Middleton - Man of Mystery 

Karla Homolka says she's not dangerous and doesn't want to be hunted down  

City's secret chemical tests unearthed 

40,000-year-old footprint of first Americans 

Monday, July 04, 2005

Monastery shut in 'devil'-related death 

Buried gold along Banffshire coast  

Reporter Who Told Story of 2004 Vote Thievery Hushed by Mainstream Media Mogul 

Whispers in the dark 

Pagan followers fight misconceptions, slowly gain acceptance 

Denizens of water trade circulate message of strange serpent savior 
"Lord Tsuchinoko? Ah, right. I've got one. Isn't this what you mean?"

The attractive woman, who operates one of the tiny bars in a corner of Shinjuku called the "Golden Gai," produced a cell phone and called up the picture to its display.

The photo she showed was a man named after a "tsuchinoko." For those unfamiliar with Japanese legends, a tsuchinoko resembles a snakelike creature, but one unlike any snake you've ever seen, with a big head, narrow neck and wide flat body. The existence -- or non-existence of this mythological creature whose existence has never been fully established. It's sort of like a land-based version of the Loch Ness monster.

Shukan Taishu (7/11) raises the issue because "tsuchinoko" has been making the rounds among people who toil in the water trade in the Golden Gai and its adjacent, much larger district, Kabukicho.

It was last April," recalls Anna, 20, a hostess at one of the area's cabaret clubs. "Business had been way off, since the new ordinance went into effect banning touts from soliciting customers on the street. We girls were just sitting around in the foyer, with nothing to do, and one of the older gals got the picture of a man via e-mail. It was pasted in upside down, and he was labeled 'tsuchinoko.' We looked at it and it sort of gave us the creeps.

"Then one by one, we began receiving the same picture via our own cell phones."

Since then, so widely have the pictures become propagated, the denizens of Tokyo's largest drinking area have come to refer to the phenomenon as the "Tsuchinoko-kyo," as if it were a form of propagation by some religious sect.

Interesting article.

Scots widow is named as jewel heist mastermind 

The Dynamite Fiend  

Notorious Sex Killer Set To Leave Prison 

Kanas "lake monster" stirs up tourism 

Sunday, July 03, 2005

Local man says UFO experience is one he will never get over 

Mysterious 'stealth' boat plying Columbia River 

What Happened In Shag Harbour  

Bigfoot capture imminent 

Firm that owns most of Oak Island liquidating 

Today - 999 Today : National Gallery discovers a new Leonardo 

New History Reveals the Truth About the Fatima Incident 

The U.S. is murdering journalists in Iraq  

Ukrainian vampire drugged children and drank their blood 

God found in DNA, Holy Grail Mystery Unveiled by Ohio Researcher  

A Messy Mystery 

Mystery Plane Puzzles Lodi Residents 

Mystery flag 

The Mystery of the Tunnels  

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