News You Can’t Really Use…But it’s Interesting (Links Purge)

Books & Articles:

  • A new book implies that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his Spiritual cronies arranged the death of Houdini.




  • The first full biography of “anti-gravity pioneer” T. Townsend Brown clears up some of the mysteries of his life. (No, I don’t know who he is either.)



  • In his article “PKD, The Unicorn and Operation Mind Control” Adam Gorightly sets forth a theory that Ira Einhorn was framed for the murder of Holly Maddox because he was about to unveil some Tesla technology. This ties in to Philip Dick. (Einhorn-framing theories don’t wash with me, ’cause his girlfriend’s putrid corpse was right in his own bedroom, leaking fluids into the apartment below. Even the smelliest hippie on the planet – and Einhorn was a contender for that title – must have noticed the funny smell coming from the closet…)




A blog of interest: Doubtful – Opinions from on and off the fence

26 thoughts on “News You Can’t Really Use…But it’s Interesting (Links Purge)

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  1. You stated:Iron Butterfly bassist Philip Taylor Kramer is still missing; Wikipedia has details of the rumors and claims concerning his disappearance.wrong:On May 29, 1999, Kramer’s Ford Aerostar minivan and skeletal remains were found by photographers looking for old car wrecks to shoot at the bottom of Decker Canyon near Malibu, California. Based on forensic evidence and Kramer’s emergency call to the police, his death was ruled as a probable suicide committed on the day on which he was last heard.This from that same Wiki article. Also an interview with Doug Ingle reveals same.

  2. How can you NOT know who T. Townsend Brown is, given this site’s subject matter?Didn’t you ever read “The Philadelphia Experiment,” by Charles Berlitz?

  3. I LOVE this site… I jumped over from a link on, and I’ve read all the posts that are listed on here. Keep it coming; it never ceases to amaze me what the mind can conjure up…

  4. Nope, I’ve never read Berlitz’s “Philly Experiment”. I’ve never even seen a copy of it, truthfully, but I’m sure I’ll read it someday.

  5. The Canadian “spy coins” were limited edition war memorial quarters with red poppies on them. Paranoid dimwits couldn’t fathom coins with colour (and non-green paper bills, presumably). These are the people out to protect you, at any cost.:-)Cheers.:Eric

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