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Friday, March 31, 2006

Mysterious Lion Spotted Again? 
Lion in Ohio?

Study fails to show healing power of prayer 

Weird Bigfoot Stuff 

A lost city hides in the sands of Guadalupe 

Mystery shrouds slaying of Chinatown businessman 

Local Man Takes Up Triple-Murder Cold Case 

Chaco Canyon ruins shed starlight on mystery 

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Ex-fugitive gets 5 years in Vegas heist 

The Search for Katrina's Victims Finds Some Missing by Choice 

Is drinking urine good for your health? 

Observe ancient clash of symbols 

Palace of Greek Warrior Ajax Said Found 

Banjo legend Earl Scruggs still picking at age 82 


Rash of UFO sightings cause a stir 

Geller's new claim to fame: 'I designed the pyramid' 

Robin Gibb's House Is Haunted 

Long Live The 9/11 Conspiracy! 

Borneo rainforests a treasure trove of rare species 

Frogs found to communicate ultrasonically 

Sleuthing librarians reconstruct Franklin's collection 

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Greatest pranks fooled thousands 

Demystifying San Diego's oldest tales 

The Mysterious Coral Castle: A Fanciful Myth 

Inside the mind of a mass murderer 

New theories in Natalee disappearance 

Brain Anticipates Taste, Shifts Gears 

Brady: Myra and I planned suicide 

Monday, March 27, 2006

Cryptozoologist interview 

The Lincoln conspiracy: Inside the plot to avenge the Confederacy 

New World map may be real 

Ringing phone thwarted me, says Bigfoot hunter 

Skunk Ape spotted at Marco Library 

Black panthers? 

Making ghosts of mysteries 

A mountain of mystery 

Most Notorious -- Origins and fate of legendary plane hijacker D.B. Cooper remain a mystery 

Have boffins found the missing link? 

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

The oil is going, the oil is going! 

New 'hovering car' spotted 

Carolina Mystery Beast Is a Rare Abnormal Fox, Experts Say 
Well, maybe.

Actor Charlie Sheen Questions Official 9/11 Story 

Extraterrestrials Land in Academia 

RNW: Hypnosis - a tool for coping with chronic pain 

Aliens gave me psychic powers 

Is There a Bigfoot in Your Backyard? Michigan Author Offers Explanation of Unique Signs and Clues 
Press release.

Mothman has his own museum 

New book describes history of U.S. response to UFOs, extraterrestrial visitors 

Lost Buddha Boy Reappears, Then Vanishes Again 

Ancient Sarcophagus Unearthed in Cyprus 

Sunday, March 19, 2006

New Bigfoot Video Or What? 

Mushroom Clouds: Coming to a Town Near You? 

They seek him here, they seek him there... 

Sightings of big cats on increase in Britain 

Fishing village reels in leading art experts 

Counting war's wounded 'nightmarish' 

Was best-seller to blame for monk's suicide? 

Relieving the pain of arthritis with snake venom 

Chinese answer to mystery of VC metal 

Congress probes 'IoS' revelations on IRA link to Iraq 

Friday, March 17, 2006


Tennessee Bigfoot video? 
Check it out.

Professor decries JFK conspiracy 

Digging up the Skull and Bones connection 

Quest for immortality ends as freezer gives up ghost 

Did the Holy Grail Exist? 

Serial killer suspected in 1954 death 

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Right-Wing Blocks Funding For Port Security, Disaster Preparedness 

Police probing suspicious activity around Loop buildings 

Hex readers come through for Chuck! 
Hex reader Chuck A Wobbly has had his question answered, thanks to an anonymous Professor Hexian. Way to go folks. I love the Internet.

Man Gets Five Years For Sodomizing McDonald's Employee 

Little dinosaur was missing feathers that typify its kin 

Space and Time 

Unexplained monster mysteries from the sea 

Excavation findings run from historic to macabre 

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

The Serpent and the Lady of the Lake 

Hex reader needs help! 

Bush Approval Falls to 33% 

Ghosts of New York 

A FOR ALAN, Pt. 1: The Alan Moore interview 
Get it here.

RFK Assassin Comes Up for Parole in Calif. 

Pub has to pay a fine for murder from 1664 

Weldon 9/11 tale unravels, but wait 

DAR displays antique oddities 

Mistletoe, the magical and legendary pathogen 

Tunnels full of ghost stories, tours, proposals 

Who Were The First Americans? 

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

American security contractor briefly held in Iraq 

Carving of 'northern god' found 

Satellite closes in on Noah's Ark mystery - Mar 13, 2006 

Seriously. This place is haunted. Seriously. 
The St. James Hotel is haunted.

BSU students in search of ghost stories 

Ghost hunters scout spirits of old soldiers 

Lost Thunderbird Photo Found? 
In reference to the post below.

Milosevic: Drugs, conspiracy and disarray 

Caveman's guide to good health 

Archaeologists Find Ancient Israel Tunnels 

Overlooked Photo Reveals Swiss UFO-Contact Case Genuine 

Awesome Or Off-Putting: Thunderbirds 

The lore of the Irish 

Easter Island May Have Been Settled Later 

Google Launches Interactive Map of Mars 

Submerged object proves a mystery 

Sunday, March 12, 2006

How Islamic inventors changed the world 

Investigators keen to present Bigfoot's footprint cast to Johor government 

Scores of girls fall prey to 'madness of war' 

Shifting Sands Near Ocean Shores Reveal Old Shipwreck 

A Golden Age for a Pinup 

Red wine's latest health property - it's the secret of a better smile 

Saturday, March 11, 2006

Archeologist Hunts For Third Bamiyan Buddha 

The Werewolves of Britain 

Lab Heats Particles Past Star's Interior 

Friday, March 10, 2006

Concentration Camps in America? 

Farewell to flying saucers 

St. Patrick hates St. Patrick's Day 

Columbus mystery nearly solved 500 years after death 

Seen that face before? Rat-squirrel isn't extinct after all 

Mystery Beast cover-up 

Conrad Brooks Speaks From Outer Space 

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Life and Life Only 

Professor challenges JFK conspiracy theories 

The Werewolves of Britain 

Team to do DNA test on Bigfoot's footprint 
How do you DNA test a footprint?

The Legend of Kay's Cross 

Sask. gov't settles final bogus sex abuse cases 

Con artists tried to sell fake Rembrandt in a hotel here 

MIT looks to solve architectural secrets 

Historic inn scares up a ghost story 

Cruise ship passengers mysteriously disappear 

Satellite Sleuth Closes in on Noah's Ark Mystery 

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Cold feet over hunt for Bigfoot 

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Deputy fire chief faces indecency charge 

Easter Island: Sleeping with Giants 

Supper club still friendly, founder still mysterious 

Twentieth Anniversary of Olof Palme Assassination: Mystery Solved? 

The Stradivarius mystique 
For more than 100 years, scientists, luthiers and musicians have played, poked and peeked into countless Stradivarius violins in an attempt to explain why the instruments are among the best in the world.

Now, one scientist thinks he's finally solved the mystery.

Great article. "Violin makers in the past used a simple varnish, which was somewhat soft in nature," Nagyvary said in a phone interview from his home in Texas. "In contrast, the violin makers in Italy used something very brittle and loaded with crystals - a microcomposite or nanocomposite, in modern terminology. This was my major discovery.

"Everyone thought [the creation of nano- and microcomposites] was the discovery of the space age." Yet, here was evidence that illiterate, uneducated drugstore workers in Cremona, Italy, in the late 17th century had stirred up a nanocomposite.

Widely predicted teen crime wave never happened 

Abramoff Splits the Christian Right 

Lengthy drug testing not to blame for prices: study 

Poll: Cheney Less Popular Than OJ 

World's Oldest Ship Timbers Found in Egyptian Desert 

The great allergy con 

Why we can't tickle ourselves 

JB shop uses Bigfoot mask to draw customers 

Shakespeare Enigma Stirs London Show: What Did He Look Like? 

Encounters with Chupacabras 

Workers unearth century-old mystery 

Monday, March 06, 2006

Olive oil fed 2000 BC foundries 

Jailed killer's magic books ban 

Cops Eye Bouncer In NY Student Slay 

Falling Man: the many faces of a 9/11 riddle 

Ireland prepares to scrap thousands of bizarre old laws 

35 Years Later: Coughed-Up Nail For Auction on eBay 

Reference book tackles 'hillbilly' stereotype 

Musketeers fight French policeman for the honour of d'Artagnan 

The sky split apart 
The Tunguska explosion.

Sideshow chapter closes 

Secrets of the cosmos 
Could the universe be a giant computer? A new book argues just that, and unlocks some great scientific mysteries along the way.

It's Salon, so you'll have to watch a short ad to get the whole article.

Is the volcano springing to life beneath Yellowstone? 

South Asians in America before Columbus? 

Is mysterious 'red rain' first evidence of life in space? 

In Missouri town, many remember - and no one blabs 

Save Barnum's Pygmy Elephant 

Saturday, March 04, 2006

Murder most foul goes on display 


An Oath of Secrecy 

The devil's own spy 

Bigfoot hunt a step in the right direction for us all 

Harriet Scott's burial site is located 

A search for historic sunken ship 

Mexican murder mystery: 10 unanswered questions 

Moon near Mars next couple of nights 
With sky map.

Buddha Head Mystery Uncovered 

Blackfeet Bigfoot 

Huge Crater Found in Egypt 

Japanese Make Gasoline From Cattle Dung 

Friday, March 03, 2006

UFOs: Is the truth out there? 

Forgotten vault found in English building basement 

The Walrus Was Paul! 

Progress being made in probe of tourists' killings 

British Gallery Unveils Shakespeare Image 

14th-Century Shipwreck Found in Stockholm 

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Expert Doubts 'Gospel of Judas' Revelation 

Gallup: 2 Out of 3 Americans Want U.S. Pull Out from Iraq 

Hypnotism ... the art of... 

The missing library of Iona 

Check this out! 

What Bush Was Told About Iraq 

Online amateurs crack Nazi codes 

Concealed History: The Next War on Iran and Syria 

Is Bigfoot roaming around Kiowa Camp in Blackfeet Country? 
With footprint pic.

Found at the Anomalist.

Civil War submarines, World War II bomber remain elusive prey 

Study: Bronze disk is astronomical clock 

Do Clues in Student Slaying Point to Serial Killer? 

Italian commission says Soviet Union behind 1981 shooting of John Paul II 

Australian scientists link chronic fatigue syndrome to glandular fever 

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Murder-robot helicopter 

NYC library grabs W.S. Burroughs files 
Sploid's got it.

They Knew: Bush, Chertoff Warned Before Katrina 

BREAKING: Al-Qaeda Infiltrated UAE Government, According To 2002 Letter 

'Suspects' shocked by murder allegations 

NYC police alarmed, baffled over grad student's slaying 


The Minnesota GOP's Stealth Attack On Privacy 

Did Nancy Grace, TV Crimebuster, Muddy Her Myth? 

Ex-Newspaperman Running for Congress at 95 

Taft inventor to discuss his rocket 

Jesus hoax born of a fascist's fantasies 

Jayhawk to the Max 
Kansas' home finale against Colorado tonight will mark the final time Falkenstien, 81, broadcasts a game at Allen Fieldhouse. Falkenstien announced last summer that the 2005-06 season would be his last in a 60-year career that culminated with his induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.

Add mine to the chorus of voices begging him to stay. It just won't be the same without him.

Wilt Chamberlain was only 9 when Falkenstien called his first game back in 1946. Roy Williams and Bill Self? Heck, they weren't even born.

Were ancient Minoans centuries ahead of their time? 

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