Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

space Leah Haley was by far one of the most interesting alien abductees on the scene today. She has a couple of firsts to her credit: She was the first to write a children's book designed to help kids view their alien abductions as positive, edifying experiences, and she was the first to claim she... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Flying Saucers and the Three Men by Albert K. Bender

I was fortunate enough to snag this somewhat rare book for just $2.50 at a secondhand bookstore recently. It's famous in ufology circles for giving the first in-depth description of the Men in Black, those not-quite-human, not-quite alien dudes who show up after close encounters to tell witnesses, "You saw the planet Venus." The first... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness: More Hybrids

As I did with the Satanic Nephilim hybrids of Pastor Doug Riggs, I'm giving you another big chunk of weirdness in lieu of the Wednesday Weirdness Roundup... this time involving alien-human hybrids, hypnosis, and deeply disturbing allegations about the professional conduct of Dr. David M. Jacobs of Temple University. Dr. Jacobs is an associate professor... Continue Reading →

And speaking of cool UFO events that didn’t actually happen…

October 15th is "Interplanetary Confederation Day", at least according to the Unarius Academy. The promotional vid below (via Everything is Terrible) shows us some Unarian pageantry *that isn't weird at all*, and tells us that the space brothers will arrive in 2001. Yay, they're here! Oh, wait, it's 2010. Never mind. As you were. Happy... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

On this very day, according to former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fullham's book and website Challenges of Change, there was to be "a massive UFO display over the world's principal cities." Sorry if you missed that. Pay attention next time. One commenter at Above Top Secret notes something fishy about all the media coverage of... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup: Awesome Alien Stories

...that turned out to be b.s. By now you've probably heard that the UN has appointed an "alien greeter" to welcome ETs to Earth. Malaysian astrophysicist Mazlan Othman was selected for the unprecedented task, probably because she already heads a "little-known" UN department called the Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), based in Vienna. Well,... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup: UFO Stuff

Cow-blood transfusions and other achy breaky bullshit Yet again, a series of blurry-ass photos help prove the existence of Bigfoot. This is almost as convincing as the video of a blob-that-could-be-a-spaceship abducting a smudge-that-might've-been-a-cow. How can you go on denying the evidence?! And speaking of alien cow abductions, at least one UFO Casebook forum commenter/alleged... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

After my first encounter with "Satanic Nephilim hybrids", I didn't think I'd be running into any more fusions of alien abduction lore and Satanic ritual abuse (SRA) narratives. So far as I know, alien abductees rarely recover memories of human abuse under hypnosis (David Icke's Reptilian/Illuminati survivors would be an exception), and ritual abuse advocates... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

Australian toilet vampires, yo. The Too Much Time on Their Hands Award goes to the group of archeology students who supposedly saw a UFO last week while digging for Bigfoot remains in Kemerovo Province, Russia. When it comes to weirdness, Henry Makow's Save the Males website is a goldmine. And today's top story doesn't disappoint:... Continue Reading →

Book Review of The Return of Planet-X by Jaysen Q. Rand, Part II

continued from Part IThe EvidenceThe Chronology of Planet-XIf X passes Earth roughly every 3600 years and its next fly-by is expected any minute now, then we've got an excellent idea of when these major cataclysms should've wracked the earth. The last wave of havoc should have occurred 'round about 1590 BC, in the late Bronze... Continue Reading →

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