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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

An experiment in dog telepathy, circa 1920 
With doggone awesome pic.

Barcelona Spain's Giant Winged Cryptid 

Sharing the woods with creatures that go bump in the night 

Weird Roadside Attractions 

Awesome or Off-Putting: The Green Clawed Beast 

Monday, November 29, 2010

CIA implanted electrodes in brains of unsuspecting soldiers, suit alleges 

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Putting a Hex on Hitler, 1941 

Friday, November 26, 2010

How trees that glow like fireflies could one day replace our streetlights 

The Golden Age of Science Fiction: A Pulp Primer, Pt. 2 

Why is Cthulhu on this 300-year-old gravestone? 

Reasonable doubt in the Chandra Levy case 

Thursday, November 25, 2010

African-American workers were key to Atlantic City's success, new book argues 

Do-it-yourself Tasers are a real shocker 

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Stonehenge builders familiar with ball bearing technology 

Local people think hair of unidentified creature could be from "Wild Man" 

Secret chamber in National Library 

New Sutton Hoo photographs unearthed 

When Truth Is Scarier Than Fiction 

Cyberthieves use human money mules for risky work 

Spirited Welcome For Conan Doyle 

1,700 year mystery into death of Egyptian child mummy is re-opened 

Amateur Cryptographers Go Gaga Over New Kryptos Clue: B-E-R-L-I-N 

Friday, November 19, 2010

Grandma's Superhero Therapy 

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Our Valued Customers 

Hitler's secret flying saucer: Did Fuhrer plan UFO attack on London and NY? 

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Who is the 'Merchant of Death?' 
He's known as the "Merchant of Death" and the "Lord of War," -- an alleged international arms dealer straight out of a cloak-and-dagger spy novel who eluded authorities for years and inspired Hollywood villains.

Understatement of the week: At one point, the State and Treasury departments were going after Bout while the Department of Defense continued to pay him. "It was one of those contradictory situations," Farah said.

DNA shows nurse was mom of mummified infants in LA 

Mystery surrounds Trinidad school 'devil attack' 

Not sci-fi anymore: experts find way to hold antimatter 

Six Of The Most Widely-Believed Alien Conspiracy Theories 

Fort Myers murder mystery: 8 skeletal remains, who killed them? 

The truth is out there: UFO hunter Werner Walter 
'Help, I've just seen a UFO!'

Ronni Chasen’s Killing a Mystery 

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Drug expert told police Iraq whistleblower David Kelly was ‘murdered’ 

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Mystery 'missile' launch near L.A. no threat to national security, government officials say 
Move along, citizen.

Bhootbilli, India’s Ghost Cat, Strikes Again 

Monday, November 08, 2010

Creatures of the Woods 

Weird, Wicked Weird: The occult. Witchcraft. Demonlogy. Library books that grow legs 

1572 parish church found 

Researchers look for China's Roman links 

Three Crosses at Czech-German Borders 

Skeleton discovered in ghost town, reappears in Kemmerer 

Mysterious booms rock N.C. coast 
The skyquakes are back.

Mystery, debate still surround sinking of Edmund Fitzgerald 

Trew: Did lost colony in the Okla. Panhandle exist? 

The Case of the Vanishing Blonde 

Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, British Museum, review 

UFO in the sky over Isle of Arran Scotland? 
With pics.

Saturday, November 06, 2010

Is Death the End? Experiments Suggest You Create Time 

Friday, November 05, 2010

'I solved the Bermuda Triangle mystery' 

In Hawaii, searching for the secrets of the temple 

New theories surface on decades-old Indiana Dunes cold case 

He might have a tiger by the pelt 

Chupacabra Monster May Be Mitey-er Than First Imagined 

Owls in danger due to superstitions, illegal trade: Report 

'The Book of English Magic' Reveals the Real Middle Earth 

The curious case of shrinking genitalia 

Amanda Knox Marks Third Anniversary of Her Imprisonment 

Mystery surrounds silver coin struck by Roman forger 

Photographic Evidence Proves That Squid Can Fly 

Where did science fiction come from? A primer on the pulps. 

West Memphis 3 granted a rare new evidence hearing 

Exclusive: Man in disguise boards international flight 
With freaky pic.

Vatican warns of 'wayward' Opus Angelorum sect 

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Rediscovered walls protected Sphinx from winds, sand 

Artificial mound protected Britain for thousands of years 

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Missing 16-Year-Old's Parents Fear Girl In Vampire Cult 

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