News Briefs 06-05-2009By Rick MGon Wednesday, May 6th This one’s for Odin. The flag of Roald Amundsen is almost home! Mapping the Catacombs of Rome with lasers. Mummified puppy found in Egyptian tomb. No comment from Bast. Towering statues of Amenhotep III have been restored. Brilliant photos of ancient Egyptian temples found in Sinai. Parabola magazine: myth, tradition, and meaning. Letterbox for the Little People. Teeth are returned to sender. Shark tooth found lodged in 4-million-year-old whale bone. The American grey wolf is off the endangered list and onto the hunter’s. Big spiders are getting even bigger. Not quite this big… yet. Top 10 Haunted Places to seek ghosts. The Old Henderson Place missed out. Review of a new book by Brad and Sherry Hanson Steiger, Real Angels: Guiding Spirits, Benevolent Beings, and Heavenly Hosts (Amazon US & UK). Fortean investigator Paul Dale Roberts interviews psychic Rebecca Swan. Does Red Pill Junkie have anything to do with Mexico’s Chupacabras Mural? Afghanistan quarantines the world’s loneliest pig. Malaysian Hindus seek blessings from magical boars. The pig in mythology, from ancient Greece to Papua New Guinea. Quote of the Day: Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence. Guitarist Robert Fripp.