Yesterday morning I had a little odd moment of "What was that thing anyway?"For some reason, the night before, and all the morning as I was getting ready for work, I was thinking about the strange brilliant white spheres I saw over the playground at the school where I worked. I am now at a different school, but it's j
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That's what I like: your straight forward UFO/paranormal stuff on good old Coast to Coast. Tonight: Strange Pings & ET Crash Retrievals . Guest Linda Moulton Howe. Also, "multi-sensory clairvoyant" Janie Boisclair who talks with ETs and spirits from t
Jimmy Church is the host tonight on C2C. One of the topics promised to be discussed: orange orbs.Upcoming Show Summaries & Highlights | Coast to Coast AM
A strange coincidence last night. I woke up suddenly, from a deep sleep. What woke me was Jim's voice. He said something very loud, very clear (though I couldn't make out what the words were.) It was as if he was talking to someone -- it sounded like he was right outside the bedroom door. But he was fast asleep in bed right
After all this time, no answers. Theories, and usually those are presented as "THE" theory. A one time, one size fits all offering. Naturally, those theories don't work. So we're back to it.But the classics still hold. Keel, Vallee, among them and many more. While I still think that some UFOs are literal
Reading Colin Wilson's Alien Dawn, which I'm greatly enjoying. Excellent; it's been added to my list of books every saucer head should read.Wilson had no trust or much respect for Carl Sagan, and in context of UFOs, this is understandable. Wilson refers to Sagan as an "…ambitious career scientist.." &nb
In today's mail: Alien Dawn, Colin Wilson's book on "the contact experience." Can't wait to read this book. Of course, as usual, my stack of books is high. Right now I'm reading Peter Levenda's Sinister Forces, still making notes in Mike Clelland's The Messengers, and making my way through the stack I h
On Coast to Coast Shows tonight, we have Seth Shostak from SETI, discussing, among other things, ". . . the search for ET signals."Space exploration in general is highly interesting of course, regardless of any ET presence. But wh
A report of a triangle UFO with orange lights that cloaked itself in Eugene, Oregon. I don't recognize the street from the photos shown with the article. After the UFO disappeared, two helicopters hung around for awhile. Just when I was thinking there isn't much going on around here.
New item on the Skinwalker Ranch in Utah. I've been fascinated by this story ever since the book came out. Was fortune enough to see George Knapp give a presentation on his experiences at the ranch at the McMinnville UFO conference a few years ago.Among the many, many weird things -- highly weird things -- conce
Clowns seem to have a category all their own in the Fortean World of High Strangeness. The latest: clowns freaking people out in Greenville. Understandably, the authorities are not amused. And as much as I detest clowns, and understand the communities' ire, since when is it against the law to dress like a clown?
I recently vendored at the Eugene, Oregon Pagan Pride Day. A first for this city. Hopefully it will be an annual event. This was the first time I've read tarot cards in that setting. Amazing experience! I met many interesting individuals, and had some profound experiences during readings. (Energy light balls, for exam
Well darlings, readers of the Orb here know full well how I feel about "skeptics." So it is not surprising that I am astonished at the choice for tonight's Coast to Coast guest: Michael Shermer. Yes, that's right, Shermer. On Coast to Coast. Get this:(italics mine):
KOMO news reports, with photos, on a strange rain from the skies in Eastern Oregon:Mysterious "dirty rain" falling in Eastern Washington, Oregon | Weather Blog | Seattle New
Looks like a good project from Nexus, Alternative News Project, an on-line news site of the unexplained. UFOs, paranormal, conspiracy, etc. There's a free sign-up option, and a paid one. I've signed up, lots to explore over there!
From Paul Kimball at The Other Side of Truth: The Other Side of Truth: Meet Jaime Maussan, the Ringmaster of the Upcoming Roswell Slides Circus: Behold! Here is the man the Roswell Dream Team will be appearing
Which is one aspect of this blog -- all about ranting on some days. Migraine fueled rant at that.What I posted on UFO Updates:"Only $90.00?" That's a lot of money for some of us. MUFON, once upon a time, a long time ago, they did good things, good intent. Now they're in bed with Bigelow,
This just in via Coast to Coast site:Project Blue Book Files Removed - Articles - Coast to Coast AM: After receiving much media attention (including an appearance on C2C) John Greenewald of The Black Vault was forced
I have mixed feelings about the following: I’m a Real Life Female Ghost Buster & I Say “BRING IT ON!” | Hayley M. Stevens.Listing Dr. Susan Blackmore among t
Alfred Lehmberg's latest on Richard Dolan's volume three on UFO history. As with volumes one and two, which were stellar, Lehmberg comments:alienviews: Blissful Ignorance Is A Lie...: To start, I suspect that in a
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The Washington Post reports on an Canadian experiment on indigenous children. Sadly, not the first story of this kind; throughout Canada and the U.S. experiments were conducted on children, native as well as non. What gives this particular story a twist is the paranormal aspect. (Thanks to
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Interesting, if true. Certainly strange and anomalous things happen on mountains and around volcanoes. Mt. Shasta, for one, where Bigfoot type creatures have been seen. Are these giant beings on Popocatelpeti some kind of animal, unidentified human climbers, or something unexplained altogether?