- Prehistoric art hints at lost Indian civilization.
- A journey to Siberia in search of woolly mammoths.
- The curious case of the bog bodies.
- Folklore of archaeology: of giants, fairies, megaliths and menhirs.
- The paranormal as a tool for warfare.
- That time dozens of Korean War GIs claimed a UFO made them sick.
- The latest Rune Soup podcast talks to Joshua Cutchin about ‘paranormal’ evidence and Skinwalkers.
- Ouija board sparks mass hysteria at Peruvian school.
- Washed up ‘sea monster’ turns out to be the work of a viral hoaxer.
- From shock to awe: documentary explores how psychedelics can heal the wounds of war.
- Travel through deep space could seriously damage astronaut’s gastrointestinal tracts, a new study finds.
- Chimps know death when they see it.
- ‘Rick and Morty’ fake paper sting on predatory ‘scientific’ journals.
- Cottingley Fairies hoax pictures expected to fetch £2000 at auction
- Video of the Day: 360-degree video of Alex Honnold climbing El Capitan without ropes will take your breath away.
Thanks to @AnomalistNews.
Quote of the Day:
It is now very clear that techniques of machine-human interfacing, pharmacology of the synthetic variety, all kinds of manipulative techniques, all kinds of data storage, imaging and retrieval techniques– all of this is coalescing toward the potential of a truly demonic or angelic kind of self-imaging of our culture… And the people who are on the demonic side are fully aware of this and hurrying full-tilt forward with their plans to capture everyone as a 100% believing consumer inside some kind of a beige furnished fascism that won’t even raise a ripple.
Terence McKenna (1988)