The Top 10 Stupidest/Weirdest Theories About Flight MH370

We all know the first part of the story: Early in the morning on March 8, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, just one hour into its flight, lost radio contact with air traffic controllers. After going silent in the Gulf of Thailand, the plane unexpectedly veered west and flew back across... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup: Time Travel Photos, and Other Worthless Things

Irish filmmaker George Clarke has found a "time traveler" in 1928 film footage of the premiere of Charlie Chaplin's The Circus. A woman in a fur coat approaches Grauman's Chinese Theater with a cell phone clutched to her ear! Well, sort of. You can't actually see what's in her hand. At all. But in Clarke's... Continue Reading →

5 Unconvincing Paranormal Cases

Several months ago, a guy named Ian Tindell posted 5 Convincing 'Real' Paranormal Cases that "will give the average skeptic...food for thought" at Ranker.com. He's right. There is food for thought, and "real" does belong in quotation marks. Let's review: 1. The "exorcism" of Annelise Michel. This was the case that inspired the mediocre horror... Continue Reading →

E.T. Phone Lawyer

Two "lol wut" moments in ufology While Stephen Hawking muses that we shouldn't engage with potentially hostile ETs, and exopolitician Alfred Webre accuses Hawking of taking part in a massive ET smear campaign/time travel coverup, Dan Ackroyd (an exopolitician in his own right) airs his opinion that aliens of 23 different species should be arrested... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

Our old buddy Alfred Webre is taking Stephen Hawking to task not only for talking smack about theoretical aliens, but for being part of a vast time travel cover-up. I actually admire this, because it takes serious skills to live at this level of WTFery 24/7. This rather insane site insists that the recent shooting... Continue Reading →

Hoaxes From Space: Lingering Questions About the Philadelphia Experiment and the Montauk Project

Continued from Hoaxes From Space: The Montauk ProjectIs there any chance the Philadelphia Experiment really happened, and that a lot of dumb-a** hoaxes have become attached to it?Not really. Given the amount of time and money that the military-industrial complex devoted (and still devotes) to nature's version of invisibility - plain ol' camouflage - they... Continue Reading →

Pants Afire Awards

The Pants Afire Award goes to the least credible people I've written about here on Swallowing the Camel. And the lucky winners are... Benjamin Fulford, saving the world with Freemasonic ninjas Larry Sinclair - Obama's gay lover and his murder allegations James Frey - Bad writer, no Pulitzer! Sylvia Browne, the whiskey-throated emodiment of epic... Continue Reading →

Hoaxes From Space: The Montauk Project

Continued from The Philadelphia Experiment Part II: Along Came BielekMeet Me in MontaukWhen Al Bielek was recruited into the Montauk Project (then called the Phoenix Project) in the '50s, it had just been transferred from the Navy to the Air Force and divided into two separate, but loosely connected, programs: Electromagnetic mind control experiments, and... Continue Reading →

Hoaxes from Space: The Philadelphia Experiment Part II

Along Came BielekIn 1988 , an elderly man named Alfred (Al) Bielek began giving interviews and lectures about his involvement in the Philadelphia Experiment. Or rather, the involvement of a Navy sailor named Edward Cameron. As Bielek has explained it, the U.S. government used alien technology to age-regress Cameron back to infancy, then placed him... Continue Reading →

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