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A Bigfoot Sighting at Table Rock? – CC Headliner

Sam Uptegrove shares the story of what sounds like a Bigfoot encounter from 2012. The story came to him via an email that seemed pretty much devoid of embellishment or attention seeking, which makes it seem all the more likely that something large and hairy was making the rounds in Taney County five years ago. Another very down to earth report asks the question, Did Bigfoot live in Kit Swamp? Again, there’s not a lot of embellishment, which makes the story seem possible; there are screaming women and children, which makes it exciting; and there is a whole lot of comedy, which makes the story very very enjoyable. (CM)

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Canadian UFO Has Many Baffled – Mysterious Universe

Something looking like a thorny plant seed found its way into the lens of a Canadian wildlife photographer on June 17th, and Paul Seaburn wants you to tell him what you think it is. It certainly is not one of the vehicles from nearby General Motors’ Oshawa Assembly. In what is certainly fiction at base, but just as certainly based in fact, Curt Collins has another fascinating piece of UFO history in 1954 UFO Whistleblower: Frank E. Keely. “Flying Saucer Report” is the comic book story of a combination Donald Keyhoe and Frank Scully character who’s trying to convince people of the threat flying saucers pose. It’s got a twist at the end and includes a segment inspired by Frank Scully’s popularization of the Aztec crash. Through collector Jim Halperin’s site, you can read the short comic book story. (WM)

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Law Enforcement and the World of the Supernatural – Mysterious Universe

Brent Swancer takes us on a ride-along spanning the last 50 years where we discover that bulletproof vests and guns are no match when the paranormal decides to jump out from under the bed. Brent then shows us the ties between A Violent Street Gang, Demons, and the Supernatural. Delving into what is known about MS-13, a picture of pure evil is drawn wherein gang members anchored in satanism fuel their hunger with extreme violence and acts of cruelty we can barely begin to imagine. Finishing on a somewhat lighter, but highly spooky note, Brent writes On My Personal Brushes with the Unexplained. A long dark night, no money for a motel, and yet another species of MIB make this experience one for the nightmare closet. (CM)

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MUFON, Racism and Dodging the Questions – A Different Perspective

Kevin Randle asks some tough but fair questions of Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) Executive Director Jan Harzan, centering on “The Inner Circle” of donors to the organization. Probed is the apparent disconnect between what MUFON says on its website regarding “The Inner Circle’s” power within MUFON, and Harzan’s own description of its perks. Also questioned is the propriety of a few Inner Circle members being part of MUFON, including one who was sacked from positions in the larger organization for racist statements, but who still has important state level duties. Another Inner Circle member, or if one prefers, the 35,000-year-old Lemurian warrior whom she channels, is “credited” with a buckshot blast of racist and frankly incredible other slurs at different groups back in 2011. Listening to the podcast will enable you to judge how well Mr. Harzan answers these questions, and those dealing with the speakers’ roster for the upcoming “MUFON Symposium 2017.” (WM)

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Signs No. 15 – The Nemesis Cloud

We first began tracking Fireball observations since publishing Planet X Signs — Update No. 1 by J. P. Jones on February 20, 2015. In the subsequent Signs articles and videos, we’ve reported a relentless statistical uptick in fireball observations reported to the American Meteor Society (AMS). Founded in 1911 the AMS is a reliable source […]