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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Yet Another D. B. Cooper Suspect: William Pratt "Wolfgang" Gossett 
Steve Huff takes a look. Also be sure to read Steve's account of the unsolved Keddie Murders. What happened in Cabin 28?

Friday, May 30, 2008

Jim Steinmeyer - Charles Fort and Magic 

Sapphire Energy turns algae into 'green crude' for fuel 

Bushnell: $1,000,000 For Bigfoot Trail Cam Photo 
Cryptomundo takes a look.

World's First Phone Book Surfaces 

6,000-year-old Jericho shroud might shed light on mysterious Turin shroud 

'Crystal Skull' Has Connection To Indiana 

Video shown claims alien visit 

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Rare scimitars boom in value 

Keeping alive an ancient martial art 

Ancient Egyptian city unearthed in Sinai 

Man to unveil 'visual confirmation' of alien 

RIP Harvey Korman 
A legend has left us. Here's a bit of his genius from Blazing Saddles (probably not safe for work). I actually watched this last night with friends and we marveled at his brilliant line deliveries.

Rest in peace, Harvey. Thanks for the laughs.

Incredible pictures of one of Earth's last uncontacted tribes firing bows and arrows 

Greek caves reveal mystery and history 

Paisley memorial to ancient witches 

Stonehenge was a royal family's burial site, researchers say 
With lovely photo.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Tokens of doom: mascots seen as signs of times 

NovelDiscoveries - The Secret of Invisibility is finally revealed! 

Easy, Do-It-Yourself Ghost 
Neat. Via MetaFilter.

Rare portrait of Elizabeth I found 

Safe bet? Investigators believe town founder's lockbox is buried in city 

Monday, May 26, 2008

Little Petroglyph Canyon full of wonders, secrets - 

Mystery of the governess who haunts the Griffin Inn 

20ft giant squid caught by fisherman 
With pic.

Flamboyant archeologist believes he has identified Cleopatra's tomb 

Lindbergh's deranged quest for immortality 

Friday, May 23, 2008

Sweeney Todd - Man or Myth? 

Lab-Grown Meat a Reality, But Who Will Eat It? 
Thanks George!

Jesus, Mary Magdalene And “Bloodline” 

Manson ranch dig called off with no bodies found 

Real life Indy on trail of treasures 

'The Monster of Florence' 

Crystal skulls 'are modern fakes' 

Whale of a find in Lake Waccamaw 

Answers About New Yorks Hidden Places, Part 2 

Long-Lost Ship May Surrender Civil War Secrets 

Fourth severed foot found 

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Did Humans Colonize the World by Boat? 

UFO Round Up 

Lab agrees to test Shroud of Turin for new theory 

First day of excavation at Manson clan's Barker Ranch uncovers bullet casing 

Remains of murderess' children exhumed 

Is the government compiling a secret list of citizens to detain under martial law? 

Gold rush fever returns to the California hills 

Strange colored lights in the sky before Chinese earthquake 
With video.

Search ongoing for Lost Colony site 

Warning: Using a mobile phone while pregnant can seriously damage your baby 

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Bruce Burgess' new film 'Bloodline' stirs controversy 

Monday, May 19, 2008

Mystery of Lost Confederate Gold 

Colombian 'hit' that set off a UK cocaine war 

Sistine set-up: the 500-year-old art mystery 

Rewriting RFK's Assassination 

Huge "sturgeon ball" in Columbia a mystery 

LaPorte native's skull interest reflected in Indiana Jones flick 

Investigation Discovery-The Criminal Report Daily: New Leads Sought in D.B. Cooper Skyjacker Case 

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Mysterious Remains Dated Nearly 150 Years Ago Found In Southern Utah 

Alien Walks Into a Bar: What Do You Say? 

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Green aliens and UFOs said to visit UK 

Stonehenge may have been an ancient spa 

Hunt for Diamonds Yields a 500-Year-Old Shipwreck 

How weird is Washington state? A new book lets you be the judge 

Al Goodyear and the Secrets of the Ancient Americans 
USC Professor Discovers 50,000 Year-Old Artifacts in S.C.

FTA: “To most people of my generation, saying you’re searching for something pre-Clovis is tantamount to saying you’re going looking for Elvis or E.T. It was that entrenched — it’s what I was taught myself and what I taught my students to believe. And lo and behold the first week we start finding artifacts.”

Last year's crop circle mystery solved? 

Children's remains exhumed in 100-year-old murder mystery 

Searching for Amelia: The plane truth 

N.H. man makes sense of paranormal events 

Local mediums see past, future 
Need a psychic in Iowa?

Searching for the Real Crystal Skulls with Lester Holt 

Monday, May 12, 2008

Bizarre Japanese Arcade Game: Live Lobster Catcher 

'Smiley Face' Killers May Be Linked To Man Found Dead In Jan. 

Giant space vegetables ‘could feed the world’ 
Or destroy us all!

In pictures: The giant cow that's the size of a baby elephant 
That's a lot of cow.

Inca Skull Surgeons Were "Highly Skilled," Study Finds 

Fond du Lac area is hot spot for UFO activity 

Do You WANT TO BELIEVE The New X-FILES Movie Trailer Is Online?? 

Bigfoot, aka Sasquatch, will draw hundreds to a conference next weekend 

Variety speak: The bizarre Hollywood terminology you'll need to clinch a movie deal 

A billionaire's sweet purchase turns to 'Vinegar' 

1948 “Birdmen” Cases Revisited 

Friday, May 09, 2008

Bigfoot: Daylight encounter with two hunters south of Union (w/ cellphone photos) 
Interesting report over at BFRO.

Gay Bigfoot & the 7 Weirdest Mythical Creatures in the World 

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Kelso Theatre Pub ghost highlighted in 'Weird' book 

Centuries-old source of healing waters in line for restoration 

Iron mask legend endures 

The Facts Behind The Medical Mystery Of Morgellons 

Spain Says Treasure Wreck Was Its Warship 

Drowning victim’s mom questions eerie demise 

Discovery of Mummies at Durango, Mexico, 1848 

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Ghost Stories 

Could West Kilbride be replaced as UFO hotspot? 

The mysterious body from the sky 

Eating yogurt keeps your inner garden green 

Rare silverware is the Baskerville’s 

Rare Victorian lifestyle book is the first lads' mag 

Mystery of the house in the etching solved 

Jack Parsons, RIP 

Exhuming a Real-Life British Murder Mystery 
In 1860, a three-year-old British boy was found murdered at his family's country estate, and Scotland Yard Detective Jonathan Jack Whicher was charged with the case.

Audio review of The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher: Murder and the Undoing of A Great Victorian Detective by Kate Summerscale.

Could a cell phone spy be targeting you? 

The smiley-face killers: a born-in-Minneapolis urban legend takes wing 

Lake Pepin Sea Monster? 'Capture' It For $50,000 

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Mystery widens in case of ‘CIA operative’ gunned down by police 

Monday, May 05, 2008

Papal Insults in the Sistine Chapel? 

Treasure hunters to seek "Unknown Shipwreck" this week off St. Lucie County 

Sunday, May 04, 2008

Alaska’s Prehistoric Monster 
Cryptomundo looks back.

Space aliens invade Canada 
Funny, eh.

Theodore Roosevelt’s Bigfoot Story 

The legend of Akakor 

America's Chemically Modified 21st Century Soldiers 

Building Manager: DC Madam's Death Not Suicide 

Friday, May 02, 2008

Sci Fashion: The Four Styles You'll Wear in the Future, According to Science Fiction 
Very funny. Via Fark.

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Slain cougar likely from South Dakota 

Remains of czar’s children ID’d 

DC Madam commits suicide in Tarpon Springs 

De Beers Finds Shipwreck, Treasure From Columbus Era 

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