For those who missed my appearance last week on the Rob Breakenridge show (Canada’s NewsTalk 770) talking about urban legends and the Slenderman stabbing, you listen HERE. It’s only about 15 minutes, and you might learn something new and interesting about “folklore made real”…
My new piece reflecting on the 3 month, $40 million futile search for Flight 370 can be seen HERE.
California’s remote, beautiful, and foreboding Death Valley has held a mystery for almost a century: it has stones that seem to move on their own, when no one is looking. It happens at Racetrack Playa, a dry lakebed known for its “sailing stones.” This effect occurs at a few other places as well, though Death Valley is the most famous spot… You can read my piece HERE.
I wrote an in-depth review and analysis of the Discovery show “Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives,” (airing June 1) in which a tongue-hungry Yeti is accused of killing 9 Russian skiers in 1959. You can read the piece exclusively on Doubtful News!
Discovery News asked me to talk about reasons why Bigfoot is not likely to be read, and here they are.
My new article on a creepy Slenderman-inspired attempted murder by two 12-year-old girls is now up on Discovery News, you can read it HERE.
My Discovery News article on the late H.R. Giger’s little-known contribution to cryptozoology: designing the chupacabra!
You can read my piece HERE.
Many religions claim that humans can be possessed by demonic spirits, and offer remedies to address this inconvenience. The Bible recounts six instances of Jesus casting out demons, while voodoo and Catholicism proscribe elaborate rituals and cleansings to remove spiritual stains.
Might you be possessed? Maybe; check out my classic article HERE.
Last year it was pop superstar Kesha; now it’s actress Natasha Blasick — star of “Paranormal Activity 2″ — coming forward to talk about her sexual experiences. What’s behind reports of supernatural sex? You can read more HERE.
Do twins really share a psychic connection? It’s a common claim, but there may be more (and less) to it than meets the eye.
You can read my new article on it HERE.