The Loch Ness Monster to get another young pursuer. MUFON sighting statistics for November. Pentagon responds to UAP and other UFO related allegations. A review of The Top Ten Paranormal News Stories for 2017 and the debut of the number seven, six, and five stories of 2019!
Bigfoot hits close to home. There wouldn’t happen to be a book by Chance? Starlink adds another layer of stars to our night sky. Midwest reports a light in the sky. McDonald’s get an out-of-this world upgrade. News on upcoming Ghostbusters movie.
Black panthers on the loose down under? A pair of UFO sightings in the Mid-West may be related, but the government doesn’t want you to know that. U.S. Senators briefed on UFO activity. Another new show goes where we have all wanted to go, well at least see cameras go.
Halloween special featuring the history of Halloween and where many of our modern folklore surrounding the holiday come from. Also included is a special episode of the radio drama Suspense which aired on November 24, 1942, titled "The Body Snatchers" which is based on real events.
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.
Has anyone seen the Loch Ness Monster? Odds are out that a thylacine is discovered soon and a new finding may help to increase those odds. Owlman taking flight in the windy city? Looking for ghosts in all the wrong places. Troubled star continues to fall. The Book of the Week, "Robert the Doll", by David L. Sloan.
Loch Ness Monster reality TBD by science, soon. Red light given to green light UFO over Brazil. New UFO reporting center in Ohio. MUFON sighting statistics for March. Toronto man attempts to remove evil $pirit. Lawsuit over conjured up ghosts. Man trapped, killed, swallowed by snake? Dinosaurs seen in London (not drinking piña coladas). The Book of the Week, "Paranormal Canadian Tales", by Dawn Hunter Clark.