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- To Heaven and Back: CNN features tales of near-death experiencers.
- Also on that story: Is there an afterlife? Near-death survivors believe they saw the other side.
- But hey, I wrote a whole book about all that and more: Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife (Kindle eBook / Paperback).
- Video of the moment a man was found alive within a sunken tugboat, after more than two days trapped in a pitch-black ‘air bubble’.
- Mysterious ice circle forms in North Dakota river.
- The world’s oldest javelins: Stone spears from 280,000 years ago provide clue as to how humanity evolved.
- Did the 17th-century painter Vermeer use an optical trick to create his photo-realistic scenes?
- Did an Australian build a flying machine after a ‘UFO vision’ in 1868?
- The curious case of the exploding pig farms. What’s your Pig Bang Theory?
- UFO mystery as bizarre flying saucer shape is captured in the sky above a wind farm.
- Why commercial drone delivery services, such as that touted by Amazon, won’t fly any time soon.
- Human memory, boss level.
- On the flipside: the man whose mind exploded.
- Face of ‘Angel of 9/11‘ spotted in twisted girder.
- This Mekong River Monster footage is pretty weird.
- Though you won’t find the Mekong River Monster on this handy map of the Lake Monsters of America.
- Norfolk police warn of alarming clown epidemic. Just wait till they get wind of what’s about to happen on the Santa front…
- Secret labyrinth of tunnels under Rome mapped.
- The after-death writings of Mark Twain.
- Revenant, a new peer-reviewed e-journal “dedicated to academic and creative explorations of the Supernatural, the Uncanny and the Weird”, is now taking submissions.
- The Grand Canyon, filled with fog.
- Image(s) of the Day: This 300-year-old carved Tibetan skull is a Tantric work of art.
Thanks Kat and Cat.
Quote of the Day:
Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
Ralph Waldo Emerson