Islands are isolated and lonely, but some are downright haunted. Here's some of them that are and how they got that way -
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
We do have spring fever already in Phoenix. This photo was one of many I took at the park the other day. If you are shivering and dreaming of warm sun on your skin, here's my top 10 favorite movies to propel into warm climes, at least in your mind.
Monday, January 20, 2020
When scrolling through a library of petroglyphs on my computer, I saw some things that reminded me of tribes in other locations. I started to wonder about shared symbols across vast distances, even oceans, and some of the costumed figures. Let's have a look at some of these oddities that get ignored or passed off.
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Checking out potential ancient mystery sites often takes me on Google Earth to places that have vast nothing-ness. Such was the case while looking at the ancient Lake Lahontan in Nevada. This late Pleistocene Era lake houses Lovelock Cave that was once above the waterline and that the Paiute tribe has legends of their ancestors fighting the red-haired giants.
Today? Well, some weird facilities in the dry lake bed.
Friday, January 17, 2020
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Repeatedly when called to someone's home who is having issues with haunting-like events, we are taken to the bedroom, the site of some extraordinary encounters.
It's simple to check EMF readings off the alarm clock or C-PAP machine, but once there seems to be no reason to be having explainable discomfort in the room, we are left with the murky water that is sleep-time encounters.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
One closeup of the HSC-15 on the ground gave me the clue. US Navy Seas Combat Squadron.
Nicely done, fellows. And, thank you so much for your service!
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
For a long time, humans have struggled between faith and church explanations for the universe and those of science. And even within churches they didn't agree on it, nor did arenas of science jive together either.
That constant battle might be coming to an amazing union under the category of physics. And, suddenly everything makes sense - both intelligent design and the most elaborate intricate science that promotes perpetual motion of life and humanity.
Monday, January 13, 2020
Trends come and go but one theme that has remained strong since the turn of the millennium is being independent of the "collective" resources, as any targeted glitch in the system or the power grid could leave us in desperate times.
Some folks have taken to prepping to be completely off-grid and self-reliant, but anyone can find ways to become less and less dependent on the mass resources and reliable on their own.
Here's some simple ways to feel more self-reliant.
Sunday, January 12, 2020
Saturday, January 11, 2020
Friday, January 10, 2020
Thursday, January 9, 2020
Bigfoot Crossroads of America
Littleton's Cryptozoology and Paranormal Museum in Littleton, North Carolina. Atlas Obscura Link
Expedition Bigfoot Museum, near Blue Ridge, GA
Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum, Crosbyton, TX
Willow Creek China Flat Museum, Willow Creek, CA Roadside America Link
North American Bigfoot Center, Boring, OR
American Museum of Natural History, NY is having a Beyond Bigfoot Exhibit
Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Tuesday, January 7, 2020
In the 1970s, a torso was found in a remote Idaho Cave. Since then, there has been extreme curiosity about whose body it was. The case appears to have been solved and it's creepy -
Monday, January 6, 2020
Your ashes in a biodegradable urn with the seed to grow a tree
Geeks like us cannot yet defy the process of passing on, although some keep holding out for cloning or brain downloads to computers.
The fact is, we are biological forms and something must be done with our bodies when we pass, but the choices today are vast compared to in the past. You can get quite creative!