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A tale of two realities
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 9-27-2016 | 15 comments
'No! This is getting crazy!' The middle-aged guy's can of Miller Light drops to the floor of his trailer park, and his jaw almost follows suit. He is watching h...




UFOs: The view from modern Russia
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 8-15-2016 | 0 comments
The city of Kolomna, found about 132 kilometres to the south of Moscow, despite being the oldest city in the Golden Ring, is otherwise quite run-of-the -mill. T...




Russian Yeti stalkers
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 7-21-2015 | 3 comments
As he bathed in a rural river, the young Russian boy from Orjol was alarmed to find that a strange red haired woman was in his vicinity. As an adult Ivan Turgen...




Latitudes of terror
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 1-25-2015 | 1 comment
Were it not for the rumble of traffic and the odd glimpse of office blocks through the trees, the place could feel like a part of peaceful countryside. In fact ...




Primates of the paranormal ?
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 10-17-2014 | 1 comment
This year, at last, the first severed arm of a Sasquatch was found! From the unlikely setting of Liberty County, near Tallahassee in Florida came photos of a fu...




Disc information
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 8-13-2014 | 1 comment
A recent issue of Anomalniye Novosti (Number 21, 19th May) – a Russian news rag devoted to the mysterious – features a shot taken in the rural outskirts of Leni...




Giant Squids: they're out there!
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 5-15-2014 | 5 comments
The seamen wait with anxiety for news of their colleagues who have plumbed the depths in a bathysphere. They begin to haul the probe back up. They feel alarmed ...




A defence of fringe science
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 3-8-2014 | 0 comments
'Cats can be both alive and dead; particles can be in two places at one; Heisenberg says everything is uncertain. These things are all true, but the conclusion ...




The great Himalayan Yeti debate
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 2-15-2014 | 17 comments
The creature which almost dragged the Sherpa girl, Lakhpa Domini, into a stream was ape-like. An ape with large eyes and black and brown hair. She had been at w...




The new agnostics
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 1-26-2014 | 15 comments
'Operationally, God is beginning to resemble not a ruler, but the last fading smile of a cosmic Cheshire cat' Sir Julian Huxley. It was the holiday season that ...

 
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