Paranormal radio icon Art Bell passes away. Tiger on the loose in New York! Loch Ness Monster sighting a bigger mystery than Nessie. UFO filmed from jet (again). UFOs over San Diego? The world will sadly come to an end soon (again). New telescope launching soon (we hope!).
Loch Ness Monster still alive and well (with family!) UFOs or lasers; mysterious blue light in the sky is solved. Psychic’s identity stolen and used for fraud? Another “mind reading” device in the news. Flat Earth belief taking shape in millennials.
Bigfoot in North Carolina? Get your Bigfootology degree? Finding futon. Bigfoot tossed out of court. Ancient reptile washes up in Georgia? Science loses its brightest star. YouTube to crack down on conspiracy theorists. Book of the Week, Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life, by Miles Kelly.
The biggest piece of Bigfoot evidence ever now debunked? ICC18 officially announced. Flock of seagulls brings down the Internet. Aliens might use our technology against us. MUFON sighting statistics for February. The Book of the Week, Statistics For Dummies, by Deborah J. Rumsey.
Thylacine discovery! What would aliens look like? How long until we hear from them? Michio Kaku chimes in on these answers. UFOs over Milwaukee! Epic showdown of the greatest ghost television shows of all time!
Suing over Bigfoot: What’s to gain and what’s to lose? Bigfoot gets a big fork. Black panthers in Pennsylvania? How would you react to news of the discovery of an alien species? Book of the Week, The Paranormal: Who Believes, Why They Believe, and Why It Matters, by Erich Goode.
Did a Cornish Pixie end up in North Carolina? Bigfoot not recognized in Washington. Does anyone really give a ‘whoop’? The Starman and his chunk of heavy metal. The game is afoot in an interesting meteorological mystery in the mountains. The Book of the Week, Meteorology Demystified, by Stan Gibilisco.
Strange large bird sightings in Alaska and North Carolina. Tiger, tiger, sitting quiet in the farm in the night. MUFON sighting statistics for January. Last week’s prediction might just shake your foundation. “Mad” Mike’s launch attempt falls flat again.
The hunt is on for cryptids. More proof of ghosts discovered! Space disco or space graffiti? Super blue blood moon eclipse rock ‘o’ destruction caused by science-y prediction. The Book of the Week, Scientifical Americans: The Culture of Amateur Paranormal Researchers, by Sharon A. Hill.