Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

If you're bored with searching for reptoid aliens in newscasts and TV commercials, here's a new conspiranoid hobby for you: Looking for aliens in the background of George W. Bush photos. This guy claims to have found one, but I think his alien is just a window reflection of the Barney hand puppet the White... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

- If you think the profoundly paranoid ravings of Henry Makow are bizarre, you really must check out his movie reviews. They take "WTF" to a whole new level. Makow believes the heroine of the film An Education is the headmistress played by Emma Thompson, an old-school Jew-hater who icily commands one of her pupils... Continue Reading →

Ghostbusters Part III: The B.S. in Connecticut

A Haunting in ConnecticutThe haunting of a Connecticut funeral parlour that was turned into an apartment building was featured on the Discovery Channel series A Haunting in 2002, and is the basis of the recent horror movie The Haunting in Connecticut. The Discovery documentary should be the more factual of the two retellings, but as... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

Someone or something is using UV rays to "execute" all the white folks. Whites must leave the planet by 2012 or they're toast, literally. This seems to be a variation of the (satirical?) conspiracy theory/hoax that a deranged Ohio cult calling itself Yacub 7 Ali has trained its sun-worshipping disciples to eliminate the white population... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

A blog called Suicide Food examines advertisers' use of cute cartoon animals that cheerfully urge you to eat them. (Saturday Night Live lampooned this kind of thing with their decapitated Clucky the Chicken, but Suicide Food takes it to a whole new level.) Far from being a modern marketing trend, however, "suicide food" has always... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

20something guy overheard in a coffeeshop: "Primordial bacteria are killing fisherman; the planet is fighting back, just like in The Happening." He went on to say that Steven Spielberg deserves props for including the "suppressed" knowledge of head-binding in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, even though it was a crappy movie.... Continue Reading →

“The Matrix was based on real military documents.”

Note: This is the last time I'll be devoting a post to Alex Jones on this blog, because I've started up a separate blog just for him: Leaving Alex Jonestown. It won't contain play-by-play analysis of every single one of his broadcoasts, 'cause even I am not masochistic enough to listen to Alex Jones more... Continue Reading →

The Real Stories Behind The Changeling

Swallowing the Camel has moved! We're now at Please join us!  The Wineville Chicken Murders, the impersonation of Walter Collins, LAPD corruption, and the secrets of Canada's Northcott familyThe case of serial killer Gordon Stewart Northcott and little Walter Collins is so surpassingly bizarre, so full of incredible twists, that even a full-length feature... Continue Reading →

Don’t Mess with the Author

Writer Robert W. Cabell alleges that Adam Sandler's latest movie, Don't Mess with the Zohan, is derived from his comic book The Hair-Raising Adventures of Jayms Blonde and his 2007 novel of the same name. Take a look and decide for yourself. Both Cabell's comic and Sandler's movie feature tough guys (a gay superhero and... Continue Reading →

Thanks a Lot, THEM…

A 2004 article by a New Age conspiracy dude who calls himself "cbsworks" offers this bit of wisdom: "Mel Gibson is a THEM. In his movie, THE PATRIOT, his first words are, when weighing a chair: '9 pounds, eleven ounces...perfect.' This was a message to many CIA operatives and the elite that plans were going... Continue Reading →

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