Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Monday, March 4, 2019

Paranormal and Metaphysical: Dallas at the Weekend

A few photos from this past weekend's Metaphysical and Paranormal Unity Fest in Dallas, which was a cool day!

When Our Water Runs Out

That's the subject of a new article from me...

And here's how it starts:

"The mainstream media has, for sometime now, been focusing its attention on a global problem. We could call it a warning of what might soon be around the corner. Namely, a significant lack of fresh water. The U.K.’s Guardian newspaper has highlighted the particularly disturbing issues that face us and which should not and cannot be ignored. The Guardian told its readers in 2012: “Fresh water is crucial to human society – not just for drinking, but also for farming, washing and many other activities. It is expected to become increasingly scarce in the future, and this is partly due to climate change.” The Guardian continued and revealed something very chilling: namely, that when it comes to the matter of so-called regional groundwater, not much at all is well understood when it comes to precisely how extensive – and expansive – those reserves of freshwater really are. Or, in the worst case scenario possible, are not."

Friday, February 8, 2019

Robert Goerman Reviews My "Area 51" Book

Area 51: The Revealing Truth of UFOs, Secret Aircraft, Cover-Ups & Conspiracies by Nick Redfern identifies Who's Who and What's What in that little corner of the conspiracy theory universe. Reading this opus is like being thrown out of an airplane without a parachute. The wild exhilaration of the freefall is offset by the horror of the ground rushing up to greet you. Redfern can be both today's casual read and tomorrow's well worn reference with a creased spine and dog-eared pages.

Creating the definitive reference book about the shadowy Area 51 hydra and its many tentacles of smoke and mirrors is a herculean task. Pulling no punches, Redfern jumps into the fray with forty-six chapters and four hundred pages. Readers are escorted through a labyrinth of murky passages and secret chambers that range from historical to hysterical and all points in between. Is there anything about the most controversial military base in the world that should be discounted out of hand? We may well be on fringes not only beyond belief, but beyond comprehension. The nets are cast far and wide.

One of the many fascinating chapters, "Termination and Terror," gruesomely illustrates the convoluted nature of our subject matter. Redfern chronologically relates the bizarre behavior of some employees and persons associated with the top-secret work of a defense company known as Marconi Electronic Systems. Where officialdom "sees" accidents and suicides, objective journalists and researchers might "see" murders made to look like accidents and suicides. Nineteen deaths are acknowledged in this chapter: three by car accident; one by shotgun; one by drug overdose; three by fatal falls; four by carbon monoxide poisoning; two by electrocution; one by suffocation; and two by drowning. Add to this the Marconi scientist that dies as a result of tying one end of rope to a tree and looping the other end around his neck and driving off at high speed. Yet another crashes his car, loaded with extra containers of gasoline, into the brick wall of an empty cafeteria and completes our death toll.

Here is a sampling of those suicides and accidents...

November 1985 - Jonathan Walsh, 29, "fell" from his hotel room in Abidjan, West Africa. He had expressed a fear for his life. Verdict: Open.

August 1986 - Vimal Dajibhai, 24, found below the Clifton suspension bridge in Bristol. Verdict: Open.

January 1987 - After narrowly escaping a 1986 Christmas accident when his car violently, and inexplicably, left the roadway, Dr. John Britton, 52, was found in his garage, a victim of carbon monoxide poisoning. Verdict: Accident.

January 1987 - Richard Pugh, 37, found dead with his feet bound and a plastic bag over his head. Rope was tied around his body, coiling four times around his neck. Verdict: Accident.

February 1987 - Peter Peapell, 46, found dead from carbon monoxide poisoning in his Oxfordshire garage. Verdict: Open.

April 1987 - Shani Warren, 26, found face down in Taplow Lake, a noose around her neck, her mouth gagged with a blue scarf, her feet bound with tow rope, and her hands tied behind her back with spark plug cables. Verdict: Suicide.

April 1987 - David Greenhalgh, 46, suffered multiple injuries after a fall from a 40 foot high railway bridge on his way to work at Maidenhead, Berkshire. He died a few days later in the hospital.

August 1988 - Retired Army Brigadier Peter Ferry, 60, electrocuted in his company flat with electrical leads in his mouth. Verdict: Open.

August 1988 - Alistair Beckham, 50, found dead after being electrocuted in his garden shed with wires connected to his body and a handkerchief stuffed in his mouth. Verdict: Open.

It must be asserted here that "verifying" any "conspiracy theory" involves producing evidence, authenticating documentation, and evaluating statements and testimony.

Nick Redfern examines whistleblower testimony and deathbed confessions, official documents and secret memos, all in an effort to guide the reader safely beyond the warning signs, surveillance cameras, motion sensors, and armed guards at Area 51. Each page and chapter reveals history and secrets. Researchers and sleuths will find the bibliography and comprehensive index very useful.

There are primarily three types of enthusiasts studying the unknown and unexplained. "First Person" researchers seek to personally encounter paranormal phenomena. "Second Person" researchers directly contact other persons who have encountered the mysterious and often conduct on-site field investigations where these incidents have occurred. The largest group or "Third Person" researchers examine published accounts of mysteries. Some people fit into two or all three classifications of enthusiast.

Whatever your level of interest in the unknown and unexplained, you will find Area 51: The Revealing Truth of UFOs, Secret Aircraft, Cover-Ups & Conspiracies a compelling and worthwhile read. Highly recommended.

For more information on Robert Goerman and his writings and research, click here.

Monday, February 4, 2019

Saucer Los Angeles: UFO Clothing

On the weekend of Jan. 25-26, I spoke on the issue of the Men in Black at the annual Alien Snowfest gig at Big Bear Lake, California. Also at the event were the people behind They have a great range of clothing, such as hoodies and hats, all alien-themed. Check them out, they have a lot going on!

And here's a few examples of those hats and hoodies:

Thursday, January 31, 2019

A Gig Update

A new addition to my gigs for this year (I've left the ones here I've already done this year because they were filmed and may be available online soon):

Utah UFO Archive (Salt Lake City, Utah) - January 5.

Alien Snowfest (Big Bear Lake, California) - January 26-27.

Paranormal Unity Fest (Dallas, Texas) - March 2.

Bayou City Paranormal Symposium (Conroe, Texas) - March 9-10.

Out of This World (Edinburg, Texas) - April 6.

South Texas Bigfoot Conference (Walker County, Texas) - April 12-13.

Ancient Mysteries Cruise (Mexico) - July 3-7.

Michigan UFO Con (Michigan) - September 20-21.

Lake Worth Monster Bash (Texas) - Oct. 26.

World UFO Forum (Brazil) - Dec. 5-8.

Nessie: A New Book

Coming soon...a new book from Roland Watson on the creatures of Loch Ness. Roland has done two previous excellent books on the Nessies, and his new one is sure to be just as good. The new one runs to more than 400 pages and is a study of all the photos taken of the creatures. Keep a look out for it!

Photos From The "Alien Snowfest" Gig

A bunch of photos from last weekend's "Alien Snowfest" gig at Big Bear Lake, California, which was a cool few days!

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Project Blue Book Episode 2: "The Flatwoods Monster"

Well, I just got finished watching the second episode of the new History Channel show, Project Blue Book. The episode's title: "The Flatwoods Monster." If you know your UFO history, you'll know the story.

In the show, the Flatwoods Monster of West Virginia is portrayed nothing like the Flatwoods Monster (which is just a minor issue). The people of Flatwoods, however, are presented as distrusting, gun-toting nuts ready to blast the U.S. military with lead. None of which happened.

Also, we see one of the characters jump, or pushed, out of a window to her death. I've heard of TV companies being inspired by real events, but this is getting ridiculous. 

I wonder what the good people of Flatwoods are - tonight - thinking about the townsfolk who came before them and who have been portrayed in such a trigger-happy fashion.

That's my main gripe: the show-makers seem intent on making real people look bad. See my article at Mysterious Universe, in which I explain how, in episode 1, they portrayed a WWII hero as someone who had descended into mental illness and who needed to be shot up with meds. Pure bullshit.

On the plus side, the chick on chick action is getting closer (despite a slight hiccup that set things back), so I'll have to keep watching...

About the new "Project Blue Book" show...

Well, I finally got around to watching the new Project Blue Book show.

I was hugely unimpressed and the show did a disservice to the real George Gorman, a pilot who had a UFO encounter, and who did not have PTSD and who was not shot with chemicals or had his mind wiped.

The one saving grace: the prospect of what looks to be a bit of hot girl on girl action on the horizon...

Friday, January 11, 2019

Hanging Out in Salt Lake City

Hanging out last week in Salt Lake City with good friend and UFO researcher, Erica Lukes...