A strange assortment to get you through the week…
- Neil Arnold interviews Nick Redfern on his Monster! blog. Both of these strange gentleman appear in the upcoming Darklore Volume 3.
- Michael Tymn reports on “What the Spirits Told the Professor“.
- The latest Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe podcast features discussion of the new Singularity University, and an interview with Massimo Pigliucci.
- The UFO Mag blog has a rant from Robert Hastings regarding “More BS from CSI on Big Sur“.
- Karl Shuker does a roll call of “Deities of the Canine Kind” at ShukerNature.
- The latest article on Philip Coppens’ website is “Avebury-Stonehenge: A Scale Model of Atlantis?”
- This week’s eSkeptic newsletter features “Fire in the Sky” by Jeff Medkeff and Martin Rundkvist, about a possible Sumerian observation of an asteroid impact.
- Binnall of America Audio returns with a podcast interview with Ken Gerhard on Thunderbird sightings.
- Daniel Pinchbeck writes about “The Age of Uncertainty” in his latest column for Conscious Choice.
- UFO Casebook #245 is now online.
- Stephen Larsen is ‘Author of the Month’ at Graham Hancock’s website, and he’s contributed an article on “Why (Some Think) the Gods Must Be Crazy“.
- At Cosmic Spoon, Daz provides “33 key SRI Remote Viewing Project/Reports in One File”
- The Rhine Research Center have released their latest newsletter (PDF) on developments in psi research.
- Richard Thomas interviews cryptozoologist Richard Freeman on his Room 101 blog at BoA.
- The latest Paracast podcast features Scott Corrales on UFO sightings in Latin America.
- Cabinet of Wonders (#2) discusses conjoined twins in their latest article, “How Twins Go Bad“.
- At Pharyngula, P.Z. Myers gets cranky (now there’s a change…) about the “Singularly Silly Singularity“.
- Crop Circle researcher Colin Andrews tells the strange tale of the “Encounter at Cheesefoot Head“.