Alien abduction caught on satellite imagery. Psychic Russian cat fetches $83,000. We celebrate the 300th episode of the Paranormal News Insider with a background of the show, "inside" information about past episodes, and listener questions.
Review of the historical Top Ten Paranormal News Stories from 2010 to 2015, the Top Five Hoaxes of 2016, and the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2016 continues with #2 and #1! For the sakes of frozen snakes, top cryptozoology stories of 2016, and potential signs of intelligent life found. The Book of the Week, "Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature", by Loren Coleman and Jerome Clark.
Giant cat on the loose in the U.K. Proof of alien human hybrids? Baffling sound heard on the ocean floor in Canada. Supermoon coverage 2016 galore! We’ll talk moon facts and answer the question, can full moons cause earthquakes? Can it make people crazy? Was the New Zealand earthquake predicted? What about those lights associated with earthquakes? Is it all just lunacy? Book of the week, "On Dogman: Tracking the Werewolf Through History" by Ronald L. Murphy, Jr.
This week’s news includes details on a new scientific organization in cryptozoology, a field trip to the home of the “Wow!” signal, a bottleneck divides the Drake Equation, Zak Bagans tearing down the house, mysterious booms continue, the human brain may have more computing power than once thought, Planet X hunt continues, why you shouldn’t fear planetary alignment, the book of the week (PSIence by Marie D. Jones).
The plot deepens for the Loch Ness Monster, strange things afloat in Paraguay, WOW! signal’s mystery widens, strange sounds aloof in a New Jersey neighborhood, the book(s) of the week (The X-Files: Book of the Unexplained Vol. 1), (The Truth is Out There: The Official Guide to the X-Files Vol. 1), conferences and conventions and much more.
Caveman in the Carolinas? 50 year old UFO case potentially solved, UFO sighting statistics for December and 2015 totals, statistics from NASA on a growing problem, the wool hat lifted in Australia, and strange booms return again in 2016. Plus the book of the week (The Mad Science Book by Reto U. Schneider).