A few things to keep you busy over the weekend…
- Shhh…Loren Coleman’s hunting pterodactyls. I bet Loren got some strange looks while on the road. And happy birthday to Patrick!
- Filip Coppens has a new article on his website: “Cuicuilco: The oldest pyramid on Earth?”
- Major Kevin Randle pops the official Mogul balloon explanation for Roswell by pointing out “There Was No Flight #4“.
- Over at UFO Mystic, Greg Bishop looks into some of the links between “UFO Researchers and the US Government“. While there, take a look at Nick Redfern’s “Atomic UFOs” entry as well.
- Michael Prescott looks at the strange afterlife of Montague Keen.
- The other Cabinet of Wonders website (yes there are two) has an excellent investigation (with images) into the phenomenon of incorruptibility.
- UFO Digest has Jim Marrs’ article “America’s PSI SPIES Penetrate the Kremlin: The Secret History of Remote Viewing“.
- Anomalous amphibians and poltergeist permutations can be found in Jeff Wells’ latest Rigorous Intuition entry, “Ask Not for Whom the Frog Sings“.
- The latest Skeptico podcast features Christian author and lecturer Rusty Wright, discussing the limits of scientific experimentation into the Near Death Experience.
- At Cabinet of Wonders, Graylien looks into alien atrophy and evolutionary principles.
- The latest eSkeptic newsletter has Michael Shermer discussing his appearance on the Colbert Report.
- Paranormal investigator Eteponge investigates “The Veridical Cases of Psychic Detective Dorothy Allison“.
- UFO Area discusses “Ancient Astronauts of Uluru“.
- Anthony North looks at “Christian Mystics” at Beyond the Blog.
- Filer’s Files #35 for 2007 has the latest weekly ufological roundup.
- Curious Expeditions tells the tale of “The Golem and the Graveyard…“.