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- Scarfolk: The Internet’s creepiest fake town.
- The dark (illustrated) history of Central Park.
- The Great Nutrient Collapse. ← OBLIGATORY READ
- DNA from the severed head of eccentric philosopher Jeremy Bentham will be tested, to see if he was autistic.
- Chris Ryan chats with Hunter Maats about Grammar Nazis, school curricula, the cultural impact of podcasting and much more, in the 270th episode of Tangentially Speaking.
- When it comes to talking to Aliens, Size matters –as well as Mass and Time.
- Seasoned ghost hunter: “(Paranormal TV) shows are misleading at best, fake at worst.”
- Close Encounters of the Alchemical Kind: Yours truly keep exploring the strange links between UFOs and the Great Work.
- The Grimerica Show interviews Canadian UFOlogist Grant Cameron.
- Looking back to Saskatchewan’s most famous UFO sighting.
- Curt Collins comments on The Guardian’s recently published article about the infamous Roswell slides –and what they got wrong.
- Flying Saucers are Real! Anthology of the lost saucer-craze.
- The Search for the Pale Prophet: Who were the mysterious ‘white gods’ whose memory is kept by Native Americans?
- Self-proclaimed Bigfoot hunter faces misdemeanor charges in Sierra county.
- How people walked in medieval times, is the main reason they had such bitchin’ calves –you just know this will turn into a fad, right?
- Red Pill of the Day: Police arrest 13-year-old ‘clown hunter’ dressed as Dracula and carrying knife –you don’t bring a knife to a balloon-gun fight, kid.
Thanks to Monopoly Man.
Quote of the Day:
Do something you really like, and hopefully it pays the rent. As far as I’m concerned, that’s success.