August 12, 2015

I have a constant—and perhaps unhealthy—habit of just wanting everyone to be happy.
 Some people are driven to fix problems, some people do what they want to without worrying about others, but dammit, I really, really want to see everyone get along.


And if we can't all...

June 12, 2015

I've received a lot of feedback lately on purported "stances" that I have regarding "the big three" from A Trojan Feast: aliens, faeries, and sasquatch. What's fascinating to me is that about half of those who have contacted me have come to the conclusion that I "belie...

June 1, 2015

This picture has been out there for a while on Reddit, but the folks over at Week in Weird have republished a curious photo that sends chills up my spine.

The poster claims to have discovered the picture on his phone one morning, with the time stamp indicating an hour...

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Photo by Nicole Eason


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Our forests seem to be hiding something much more complex than an undiscovered gorilla. Bigfoot may be howling from a lonely mountaintop, but the bigfoot phenomenon is whispering secrets... if we will only listen.

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Thieves in the Night

Folklore has always warned of hidden dangers lurking in the shadows, Otherworldly beings who seek to steal that which parents hold most dear. In the first book dedicated solely to the subject, Joshua Cutchin traces this primal concern from antiquity to the modern era—beginning with worldwide tales of faeries, changelings, spirits, demons, and monsters before examining more contemporary phenomena such as Sasquatch kidnappings, alien abductions, and mysterious disappearances in national parks.


CONTRIBUTORS: David Weatherly, Joshua Cutchin, Bruce Champagne, Timothy Renner, Marvin Leeper, Robert Robinson, & Nick Redfern

UFOS: Reframing the Debate

The UFO field has produced thousands of dedicated researchers over the years, and reams of literature; but to what end? What can we claim to know conclusively today about the underlying nature of UFO phenomena that we didn’t know in the late-1940s? 

The Brimstone Deceit

Witnesses the world over claim to see spirits, UFOs, Sasquatch, and other phenomena that are not supposed to exist. Most cannot believe their eyes, yet some of these observers have also detected evidence of a more ephemeral nature—odors abound, in particular the stench of brimstone.

A Trojan Feast

Can small, almost mundane details in accounts of anomalous events—be it encounters with UFO entities, faeries, or Sasquatch—reveal anything valuable about the nature of these unusual events?

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