Tuesday Roundup 09-10-2007By Gregon Tuesday, October 9th A strange assortment to get you through the week… Andrew Gough investigates the Spain-Rennes le Chateau connection in a 2-part article – “Chaplin in Girona”, parts one and two. Graham Hancock’s forum has a new article posted, by November ‘Author of the Month’ Jonathan Black, titled “The Secret History of the World“. Bryan Williams again guest blogs at Public Parapsychology, this time discussing “Chocolate Intentions“. Also, Dean Radin fills you in on where you can read the original study. Also at Public Parapsychology, Annalisa Ventola summarises the “Ian Stevenson Memorial Panel” section of the 50th Annual Parapsychological Association convention. The Autumn 2007 MAPS Bulletin (PDF file) has been released for downloading. Darren Niash reviews “That Cryptozoology Conference“. The Societe Perillos asks whether Berenger Sauniere was a Freemason. Non-Prophet has part two of Peter Gorman’s guest blog “25 Years of Shamanism” (part one is here). Graylien writes about Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell’s “Instant Epiphany“. At Cosmic Spoon, Daz has a new entry titled “Lost! Operational Remote Viewing“. Anthony North looks back at the spiritualist investigations of “Harry Price and Friends” at Beyond the Blog. Skeptic Randi’s latest newsletter debunks the bunk. Filip Coppens takes you to “The Giantess’ Landscape“. Speaking of Filip, he was recently interviewed by Occult of Personality. UFO Casebook #276 is now online. Enjoy!