Saturday, May 30, 2009

MIB Saturday

Quirky synchronicities today involving black SUVs. We saw two identical black SUVs, one behind the other, in the North part of town as we were doing errands. We made jokes about MIBS of course; I know, we're real UFO geeks. Much later, as we turned onto our street, we saw another black SUV just like the two previous ones; no markings on it but a sheriff -- who looked very serious, and he had a big moustache not seen since Tom Selleck was popular -- was behind the wheel. More MIB jokes, with a brief discussion on if that qualified as MIB or not. (It did. . .) As we were getting out of our car, another black SUV drove by, the man driving was looking intently at the houses as he drove by. He was probably just enjoying the front yards with all their roses. . . any other theory would be paranoid.

Monday, May 25, 2009

A new blog find: The Spy - Fi Channel

Just read on Christopher Mills' Atomic Pulp blog that he's started another blog called The Spy-Fi Channel, which is a cool name and a cooler idea. The blog is an homage to spy movies and shows.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

"Lost" Adamski Film Might Change UFO History

'LOST' documentary changes UFO history presented by Larry Lowe, Phoenix UFO Examiner on Neil Gould's research:
A long forgotten documentary which includes an analysis of a rare film taken by George Adamski, an icon from the early days of the modern age of UFO sightings, has surfaced on YouTube thanks to the effort of historian Neil Gould.

The 7 segment YouTube film is well worth watching in its entirety, but a particularly compelling segment discusses a seldom seen film, originally shot by Adamski himself in the presence of Madeline Rotterfor in the back yard of her house in Silver Spring, Maryland, in February 1965.

What the segment shows is the analysis done on the film, which--along with the testimony of Rotterfor, Sir Desmond Leslie and others who knew Adamski personally--makes a compelling case for the authenticity of the non-human origin of the saucer seen to dance in the sky.

Much more, a lot to consider, and very well the time to take a look.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Keep UFO Hunters on Air

Lesley posted this on Women Of Esoterica, and I'm passing it along. Please sign the petition and keep UFO Hunters on the air!

Bill has just finished filming for Season 3 and I don't know if there will be a Season 4. Maybe you -- plus some pals -- can write to the network and let them know you would like to see more episodes:

or you can sign a petition:

Either way, it can't hurt, and it just might help!

Keeping hope alive!



Friday, May 22, 2009

Vintage Book Cover

I have this book in my collection; a neat find at the Goodwill awhile back. I remember the TV show,starring Roy Thinnes, who played David Vincent, an architect who found out that aliens are, indeed, among us. The show aired from 1967 to 1968.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

I love these kinds of movies, and monster maker king Ray Harryhausen was the best. Some classic images from the 1955 movie "It Came From Beneath the Sea."

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Nick Redfern on a classic alien pic: "My Favorite Martian Photograph"

How many blogs does Nick Redfern have? I can't keep up; he also has "My Strange Blog" which is very nicely done, pretty spiffy. Anyway, Redfern writes about a classic image in UFO lore. I've always loved this image too, even though it's not what it appears to be. . .

Saturday, May 2, 2009


The Daily Grail has an item about Nick Redfern's article in the third volume of Darklore: "Body Snatchers: Before and Beyond" and an interview. Redfern is the author of the book Body Snatchers in the Desert, which puts forth a theory equally strange as any ideas about ET, though, if true, certainly more insidious.