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- A female robot has just been granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia –If the robot had a wig, would they have forced it to wear a hijab?
- 14-Year trend of rising opioid deaths reversed in Colorado after marijuana legalization –your ‘gateway drug’ argument is invalid.
- Apparently everyone wants to read Stephen Hawking’s original PhD thesis.
- A half-century later, papers may shed light on JFK assassination.
- Uri Geller claims the JFK papers will prove he was an agent for the CIA working covertly in Mexico.
- How the god you worship influences the ghosts you see.
- Helen Mirren builds the most haunted house ever in Winchester.
- These 7 Close Encounters Of The Third Kind photos mean something –yeah, they mean SOMEONE needs to get me that Making Of book for Xmas!!
- Oz factor reported during a close encounter with entities and a black triangular UFO.
- 3 of my fellow Reframers —Susan Demeter St. Clair, Greg Bishop and Robert Brandstetter— got together in Canada to talk about UFOs and general weirdness.
- Cryptids of the American Northern plains.
- Book review: The Essential Paranormal Bucket List.
- Primal Rage looks like a mix between Harry and the Hendersons, The Witch and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (VRAAAAAM!).
- Someone gave two toes down to Todd Standing’s Fake-o-mentary “Discovering Bigfoot.”
- Analysis of the 50-year-old Patterson-Gimlin film. Verdict: Not an ape suit.
- Red Pill of the Day: Police discover speeding driver nearly naked… and covered in Vaseline. Obligatory closing musical number!
Quote of the Day:
The inclination to believe in the fantastic may strike some as a failure in logic, or gullibility, but it’s really a gift. A world that might have a Bigfoot or Loch Ness Monster is clearly superior to one that definitely does not.
Chris Van Allsburg