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S Rob's Magick Magazine- Judging the occult unfairly

Thursday, November 23 2017

S Rob's Magick Magazine- Judging the occult unfairly

« Previous - Next » S Rob's Magick Magazine- Judging the occult unfairly There are double standards that people use them they judge the occult compared with other subjects. People make excuses for other subjects but refuse to believe in the reality of real magick even when they are faced with proof, and this is shown by S Rob. Embed Code:

S Rob's Magick Magazine- Judging the occult unfairly

Thursday, November 23 2017

S Rob's Magick Magazine- Judging the occult unfairly

« Previous - Next » S Rob's Magick Magazine- Judging the occult unfairly There are double standards that people use them they judge the occult compared with other subjects. People make excuses for other subjects but refuse to believe in the reality of real magick even when they are faced with proof, and this is shown by S Rob. Embed Code:

What is Causing The Really Strange Booms Heard Around The World In 2017?

Friday, November 24 2017

What is Causing The Really Strange Booms Heard Around The World In 2017?

What is Causing The Really Strange Booms Heard Around The World In 2017? What is causing all the strange loud booms being heard worldwide in 2017 Over 63 reported this year alone! The video only shows a very small number of the amount of really strange booms that are being heard worldwide! Signs of the Prophecy?

It's Now Illegal In Flordia To Grow Food In Your Front Yard

Friday, November 24 2017

It's Now Illegal In Flordia To Grow Food In Your Front Yard

« Previous - Next » It's Now Illegal In Flordia To Grow Food In Your Front Yard A Florida court has declared it illegal to grow your own food in your front yard. The court said that homeowners could garden their property and flowers and fruit trees are acceptable, but not vegetables. Essentially this means that property owners cannot grow their own food on land they own. After 17 Years Of Growing Their Own Food Florida Couple Have To Destroy Garden The whole debacle relating to front garden growers in the village of Miami Shores in Florida started a few years ago when the municipality chose to crack down on what people could and could not do in their own garden. Hermine Rickets and Tom Carroll had lived in the village for 17 years and were asked to tear down a vegetable garden they were growing in the front yard due to zoning laws have changed. Related Articles 1974 Ferrari buried in a back yard in California The pair was told that if they did not tear their gardens down, they would be looking at fines of up to $50 per day if they failed to do so as growing their own food in the front yard was prohibited. Instead of digging up their plots they chose to fight for the right to keep them. They got representation from the Institute of Justice, and they sued the city stating that it was violating their constitutional right to use a property they owned along with an equal protection clause. Court Declares No Fundamental Right To Grow Food In Your Front Yard Anyone in their right mind would have backed the two homeowners as being sure to win as, after all, they were growing food in their front yards. However, property rights were in fact given a major blow, and they were not protected. The Third District Court of Appeals in Florida took the side of the local officials along with attorneys and in short, said that there was not a fundamental right for growing your own vegetables in your own front yard. The Florida couple had grown vegetables in their front yard for many years, but now the courts said that they could outlaw the growing plants to be eaten as a meal, instead of growing them for ornamental reasons. The new ruling by the courts was not only a huge blow for property rights in the USA but also a big blow to food freedom. Their attorney argued in court that if Hermine and Tom wanted to grow flowers, fruit or even put on a display of pink flamingos in their front yard, Miami Shores would be ok with it. He went on to say that they should be free to grow food that they were going to eat themselves, which they had done for 17 years before it was declared illegal. He said that the decision by the government was to ban homeowners from growing their own food because they intended to eat it. The new ruling would have had the Founding Fathers turning in their graves, and it shows how unjust it is. If the pair had wanted to make crystal meth in their front yard, then it would have been easy to see why that wasn’t allowed. However, they wanted to grow food to eat, and that should not be any concern of the local council or the government. Miami Shores Not Only Region Where Front Yard Food Growing Is Not Allowed It seems that it is not just Miami Shores in Florida where people are being banned from being self-sufficient in their own front yards. Orlando families have come across the same issue. Jessica and Jason began a petition when local authorities told them they had to tear down their garden in 2016. The petition managed to get 10,000 signatures on it, and due to that, the governments backed off from their demands to have them destroy their garden. The bogus property restrictions are an infringement on the property rights of the homeowner, and the rulings are taking a stab at the rights of Americans for food freedom. One of the best ways to eat healthily and contribute to the culture of dependence is by keeping a home garden, it is also one way of boosting independence, and this is something the government seems to be against. Related Articles

Astronomers Say Alien Bugs In Interplanetary Dust Kickstarted Live On Earth

Friday, November 24 2017

Astronomers Say Alien Bugs In Interplanetary Dust Kickstarted Live On Earth

Astronomers Say Alien Bugs In Interplanetary Dust Started Live On Earth Life might have been transported between worlds in space dust. Astronomers have suggested that microscopic organisms, including tardigrades, might have been transported between worlds by space dust in streams that were fast moving. Interplanetary Dust Streams Could Take Life To And From Earth Scientists have been of the belief that impacts by asteroids or comets might have been the natural way for transportation of life between planets. Now a new study seems to suggest that this was not the case. Professor Arjun Berera authored the study from the School of Physics and Astronomy in Edinburgh and has come up with the suggestion that life on Earth might have started when streams of space dust that were traveling fast carried microscopic organisms to Earth. The professor found that interplanetary dust streams are not just capable of taking particles to Earth but also taking them away from Earth. Roughly 220,000 pounds of space dust fall onto Earth every day 220,000 Pounds Of Space Dust Lands On Earth Every Day Interplanetary dust is made up of debris from asteroid collisions that occurred a long time ago, and it is pervasive in the solar system. Around 220,000 pounds of space dust is said to fall down onto Earth each day. The cosmic stream of dust travels together at around 44 miles per second. The researchers came to the conclusion that the streams of dust are grazing Earth and colliding with particles of an organic nature that are found in the upper atmosphere. The small particles get trapped 93 miles or perhaps even higher in the atmosphere of the Earth and get knocked out with force that allows them to get out of the gravity of Earth. When the particles break free out of the Earths bounds the dust flows pick up and then carry hitchhikers that are microscopic and take them off through interplanetary space. Tardigrades Could Hitchhike To Another Planet There are some plants, bacteria, and animals, which are known by the name of tardigrades, that are able to survive out in space and they could get caught up in the dust and then hitchhike over to another planet. The mechanism that was outlined in the study allowed for planets in the distance in the same solar system as Earth to exchange atmospheric particles with one another. Berera said that the proposition that space dust might take organisms over long distances between planets in space brings about some exciting prospects about how life and atmospheres of planets originated. He went on to say that the streaming of fast space dust is typically found in the planetary systems and that it could be a common factor in proliferating life. Related Articles

Catholic School Had To Cover Up This Unfavorable New Statue

Friday, November 24 2017

Catholic School Had To Cover Up This Unfavorable New Statue

Catholic School Had To Cover Up This New Unfavorable Shaped Statue Australian school has to cover up religious statue after social media storm. A Catholic school in Adelaide has been forced to cover up and cordon off a new religious statue that they recently erected on the campus grounds after causing quite the stir on social media. The statue of St Martin de Porres was erected at Blackfriars Priory School in the Prospect area of the city last week and quickly found itself at the center of a social media storm. The sculpture depicted the saint handing a begging young boy a loaf of bread from underneath which he had pulled from his cloak. However, the positioning of the loaf of bread and its appearance raised a lot of eyebrows with people commenting that it was more than a little bit suggestive. The unintentionally obscene design of the statue caused waves all over social media. Pictures were shared on the ‘Shit Adelaide’ Instagram page where the image attracted more than 1500 likes and more than 90 comments from followers of the account. One Instagram user wrote: “Like who the hell designed, approved and erected it and no one thought about it?” and others commented, surely this can’t be real” and “can’t believe this happened”. The principal of the school, Simon Cobiac, quickly jumped into action and released a statement on Facebook saying that the sculpture had been designed by a sculptor based in Vietnam who had been recommended by another school. He had presented the school with two-dimensional designs for the statue, Cobiac explains, which were approved by the executive team. However, when it actually arrived at the school the team immediately realized that it could be interpreted as incredibly suggestive. “As a consequence, the statue was immediately covered, and a local sculptor has been commissioned to re-design it, ” Cobiac wrote on Facebook, “The school apologizes for any concerns and publicity generated by this matter and is taking action to substantially alter the statue.” This is not the first time that the school has hit the headlines in the past couple of weeks. Last week, one of its Year 12 students found himself the subject of newspaper articles after pranking his classmates with a hoax letter that told them that they would have to resit their biology exams. The letter, which was circulated on Facebook, claimed that there had been a ‘significant breach in the integrity’ of the exam which meant that everyone who had taken it had to resit it immediately. According to Principal Cobiac, this was ‘very much out of character’ for the student concerned. Related Articles

Hunter Photographed UFO in Springfield, Missouri on November 20, 2017

Friday, November 24 2017

Hunter Photographed UFO in Springfield, Missouri on November 20, 2017

Hunter Photographed UFO in Springfield, Missouri on November 20, 2017 A hunter from Springfield snapped this picture of strange aircraft in Missouri. Eyewitness states: I received this pic from a friend of a friend that was deer hunting up on the Missouri River. The attached pic I received from my friend was so intriguing I felt compelled to post it to MUFON to see if anyone else witnessed these objects. According to the person I received the pic from, his friend and another guy were making their way back to the boat ramp after a day of deer hunting along the Missouri River. The sun had set approx. 15 mins. earlier. Looking at the bottom of the clouds in the pic you can tell that the sun is reflecting off the bottom of the cloud. This may be just a very cool sun dog-type reflection, but I was having a hard time explaining the chevron shaped group of lights above the cloud, and the 'way too evenly spaced' beams of light coming off what appears to be the sun shining down from the cloud. Notice that the beams are apparently reflecting off the River. Apparently the event only lasted seconds and was gone, but I haven't talked to the person that took the pic personally. The "orange orb" events I mentioned earlier were witnessed by multiple people, but are not documented with pictures, and a completely different event[s]. I'm unsure if the person that took the pic would be willing to talk to anyone about it, but I could ask if you'd like to get more details about the event. Original Image

University Lecturer Claims To Have Captured Real-Life Fairies

Friday, November 24 2017

University Lecturer Claims To Have Captured Real-Life Fairies

« Previous - Next » University Lecturer Claims To Have Captured Real-Life Fairies A 50-year-old photographer and university lecturer says that he has been taking photographs of real-life fairies for the last two years. He said that in the beginning he did not know what he was capturing in his photos and when he blew them up he got a shock. He said that following this he went back and took more photos of the gnats and flies but they did not look the same. Fairies or insects? Of course, people might want to cast their minds back to 1920 when Frances Griffiths and Elsie Wright said that they had captured photos of fairies playing at the bottom of the garden. It wasn’t until the 70s that the photos were debunked and revealed that the photos included cardboard cut-outs. So is this another hoax or are the fairies in the recent photographs nothing more than flying insects? John Hyatt is going to be displaying the fairy photos in the Rossendale Whitaker Museum and he said that there are stranger things in life than fairies. Looking at the photographs blown up it does seem that there are wings on either side of what looks like a body, with arms and legs dangling down underneath. A closer look University of Georgia Claims Dinosaur Samples Are 20,000-40,000 Years Old And Not Millions Hyatt said that people should look at the photographs with an open mind and then decide for themselves just what the creatures are in the photographs. He went on to say that it was one of the situations where people had to see something to believe. He concluded by saying that many people had seen them and said that the photographs had brought magic into their hearts. Woman Also Captured Photos Of Real Fairies This is not the first time in recent years that someone has said they have captured a photograph of a real life fairy. In 2015 Lisa Wildgoose was out taking photographs in the forest and she stopped to take a close up of some bluebells. It was only when she got home and uploaded the photographs taken that day to the computer that she found a mysterious figure that was hovering near to the bluebells. In the bottom left hand corner of one of her photographs there does seem to be a very tiny creature with wings and when enlarged to that part of the photograph it looks like the creature has blonde colored hair and wearing trousers. Wildgoose said that she had believed in fairies when growing up and Tinkerbell used to be her favorite from Peter Pan. She said that when she saw the photograph she had been shocked and she showed it to her girls, who also said that it, was a fairy. In 2009 Phyllis Bacon from South London claimed she had taken a photograph of a real-life fairy at the bottom of her garden. She said that the fairies had been enjoying themselves flying around the garden and the pictures she had taken were beautiful and were enough to make people believe in fairies again. Cottingley Fairies Were Most Elaborate Fairy Hoax The Cottingley fairy photographs were one of the most elaborate hoaxes involving fairies in Yorkshire in the United Kingdom. Elsie Wright, aged 16, said that she took photographs of her cousin playing at the bottom of the garden with fairies. Wright along with Francis Griffiths had got into trouble previously when she fell into a stream at the bottom of the garden and said that it happened when she was playing with fairies. Shortly after getting into trouble they devised a plan that would go on to make headlines and which would take many years to prove it was a hoax. Elsie said they should take photographs of fairies to prove to her mother they were telling the truth and so they drew fairies, cut them out and pasted them onto cardboard. Little did the two realize that they would create photographs that would be some of the most reproduced in history? The girls arranged four fairies on bushes and Frances was staring at them and the photos were taken. Her father exposed the photographs in a dark room and the children said that they were proof fairies were real. The photos spread fast and the pair stuck to their story for many years, until Frances reached the age of 76 and confessed. A joke that should have lasted just hours lasted 70 years. Related Articles

What You Need To Know About Artificial Intelligence

Friday, November 24 2017

What You Need To Know About Artificial Intelligence

« Previous - Next » What You Need To Know About Artificial Intelligence The first thing you must realize is that we are being shown things that are probably 30 years behind what the military industrial complex is already in control of. With that said, this video puts lots of the information together in a nice neat package for you to try and grasp the implications of our near future. Our world is on the cusp of radical change that we can only dream about today but will be a reality tomorrow. Embed Code:

Is There Beer on Mars? May Soon Have a New Answer

Friday, November 24 2017

Is There Beer on Mars? May Soon Have a New Answer

Google+ Which came first: the beer or the human? If the planet is Mars, the answer may be “beer” … at least if the most famous name in brews has its way. Budweiser is solidifying its position as leader of the space suds race by sending barley to the International Space Station in December to study the effects of microgravity on beer ingredients so that the first partakers of red planet pilsner won’t have to worry about the head being on the bottom rather than the top of the glass. Despite its past history of frogs, bikini babes and ex-jocks hawking their hops, this is no marketing ploy by Budweiser. The company announced this week that it has teamed up with real space travel organizations such as the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), the manager of the ISS U.S. National Laboratory (motto: to boldly go beyond Tang and Velcro), and Space Tango (soon to be a new feature on Dancing With The Stars), which designs, builds, and operates “integrated systems that facilitate microgravity research and manufacturing focused for application on Earth.” This syndicate of stout is now focusing on the future and developing products for application on Mars. And what is the first thing Martian base builders will want after a hard day of lifting stones that only weigh about one-third of what they would on Earth? No, not potatoes, Matt Damon. Beer! The first barley-on-board mission is scheduled for December 4th on the upcoming SpaceX CRS-13 cargo supply mission – you knew that Elon Musk would muscle in on this project in some way. Upon arrival, the first step will be to lock up the experiment where thirsty astronauts and cosmonaut won’t be lined up with their space steins. The month-long two-part experiment will study barley germination in space and the effects of cosmic radiation exposure on the process. After a month in space, the seeds will return to Earth to a Budweiser lab for study. Is Bud planning a red beer for the red Planet? A Flanders red ale might be the perfect cold beverage delivered to Martian workers in a cooler strapped to a rover. For now, Budweiser isn’t saying what the first Martian beer might be. A good guess might be “whatever Elon Musk drinks.” Tags beer ISS mars nasa Science space Paul Seaburn Paul Seaburn is one of the most prolific writers at Mysterious Universe. He’s written for TV shows such as “The Tonight Show”, “Politically Incorrect” and an award-winning children’s program. He’s been published in “The New York Times” and “Huffington Post” and has co-authored numerous collections of trivia, puzzles and humor. Paul likes to add a bit of humor to each MU post he crafts. After all, the mysterious doesn’t always have to be serious. You can follow Paul on and Join Plus+ for $9 a month to access bonus podcasts & premium content!

A Murder Spree, A Sinister Haunting, and EVP Conversations With Serial Killer Ghosts

Friday, November 24 2017

A Murder Spree, A Sinister Haunting, and EVP Conversations With Serial Killer Ghosts

Google+ Places with violent pasts are magnets for the paranormal, some quality permeating them that draws in the strange and unexplained. Perhaps it is the raw power of the pain and tragedy that has pervaded these locales to create a force with the gravity to pull those who have died here to it. Perhaps it is some memory from another time recorded into the very land and air itself, like a recording on tape or video. No matter the reason, locations intertwined with the brutal and the horrific are wellsprings for ghostly tales and strange goings on. One place that certainly fits this description is an estate in Indiana, in the United States, which was once the home and slaughterhouse of a ruthless serial killer, and which not only seems to continue to harbor both killer and victims, who are allegedly quite eager to speak out and communicate with the living. The serial killer known as Herb Baumeister got his start in sadistic tendencies from a young age, displaying a range of abnormal behavior such as playing with dead animals or torturing live ones. He also had an antisocial disrespect for authority, allegedly urinating on a teacher’s desk and dumping a dead crow on another’s. By the time he was in his teens he was admitted for a psychiatric evaluation and determined to be suffering from schizophrenia, although little was done to try and treat it by his family at the time. This may have contributed to this bizarre behavior following him up into his adult life, which caused him to be committed to a psychiatric hospital for a period of 2 months in the 1970s, but through all of this he managed to build a rather normal and successful life, marrying in 1971, having three children, and founding the Sav-A-Lot chain of thrift stores in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1988, allowing him and his family to move out to a spacious and luxurious 18-acre estate in the suburbs called Fox Hollow Farm. Fox Hollow Farm Despite this eventual success, there were definitely mental problems lurking in the background and interspersed throughout his life, and he routinely displayed odd behavior throughout the years, such as dressing in drag at inappropriate times and urinating on a letter that he sent to then-governor of Indiana, Robert D. Orr, an incident that got him fired from his former job at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in 1984. He also had some run-ins with the law, including a driving under the influence charge and an auto theft charge, both of which he was able to beat. Although no one would have known it at the time, there also seems to have been a rather dark side to Baumeister, and it seems he was leading a rather ominous double life. In the 1990s there was a spate of vanishings concerning gay men in the Indianapolis area, with all of the missing men determined to be the same height, weight, and of the same general appearance, which fit a particular pattern and raised suspicions that a serial killer could be on the loose, although no corpses had actually shown up and the men were officially just listed as missing at first. Eventually some corpses were found in Indiana and Ohio, but these could not be connected in any way. Unfortunately, at the time authorities were less than motivated to investigate the disappearances and deaths of gay men, which undoubtedly slowed progress on the case. Police received an important tip in relation to these disappearances in 1993, when a gay bar customer claimed that a mystery man known only as “Brian Smart” had killed his friend with a pool hose and had tried to kill him as well. Despite this lead, police had no idea who Brian Smart was, had only a vague description, and the potential suspect could not be located. At this time nobody at all would have suspected Baumeister, as he was a successful and rich business man and family man with a wife and children, although things were about to take a turn for the worse when in 1994 his business began to go under and he was arrested for drinking and driving again. Herb Baumeister with his wife His family life was also disintegrating somewhat, with his wife sick of his drinking and bizarre behavior, and a strange incident would also come up when Baumeister’s 13-year-old son found a human skull in the backyard of their sprawling property. At the time, Herb explained that it was a piece of a medical skeleton that had been left to him by his late father, who had been in the medical field. The family actually believed this wild story, but oddly the remains suddenly vanished, which was explained away as wild animals dragging it off and the whole weird episode was forgotten. In retrospect, this was probably the first real sign that something was very, very wrong with Herb Baumeister. 1995 saw another report from a gay bar patron claiming to have been attacked by the mysterious Brian Smart, and a police stakeout of the bar in question would net them a liscence plate number of a suspicious individual who they believed to be Smart. When the number was run through the system it showed that the owner of the vehicle was a Herb Baumeister and that no Brian Smart even existed at all. Authorities immediately went to Fox Hollow Farm to ask to search the premises but they were refused, and with no evidence other than Herb being at a gay bar, police were forced to back down. Despite Baumeister’s wife’s suspicions that something weird was going on, what with the skull that had been found and all, she at this point decided to stand by her husband in the face of him being considered a suspect for murder. After that, Baumeister’s business continued to decline finally going out of business in 1996. This caused him to spiral into depression, and his behavior, which had always been odd and unpredictable to begin with, got even worse to the point that Julie, who had put up with it admirably, had had enough. She filed for divorce and it was at this time that she finally decided to contact police and consent to the property being searched while Herb was out of town for a few days. It was to be a gruesome rude awakening for her, a treasure trove of horrors that reverberates through crime history to this day. Police would eventually discover the scattered remains of 11 dead men concealed by brush or buried all over the property, only 8 of whom were ever identified, and it was suspected that he had killed many more and dumped their bodies in other areas of Indiana and Ohio, to which he had taken frequent business trips. In light of these horrific discoveries a picture was pieced together of what Baumeister had been doing. It was suspected that Baumeister would go cruising at gay bars and bring his victims back to the pool house at his estate, where he would ply them with alcohol and then strangle them to death, discarding the bodies in the woods on the property or along interstates. A hidden video camera was found at the pool house, and although no tapes could be located it is thought that Baumeister likely had used it to record the murders. The pool at Fox Hollow Farm When police went to apprehend Baumeister it was found that he had fled to Ontario, Canada, where he had a run in with a Canadian trooper as he slept in his car on July 2, 1996. Baumeister told the trooper that he was just a tourist passing through, but he was seen as suspicious and the trooper would later claim that there had been a large stack of video tapes in the back seat. However, considering that Baumeister had not done anything wrong the Canadian trooper was forced to allow him to continue on his way. The very next day, Baumeister went to Pinery Provincial Park and killed himself with a .357 magnum. The 3-page suicide note he left behind cited family and financial woes as the reason for his decision to kill himself, with no mention made of the killings he was wanted for and no admission. Although Baumeister never admitted to the gruesome crimes he was accused of, there was still plenty of evidence to suspect that he had indeed killed at least 11 people, and probably up to 9 more. Authorities were eager to have a look at the video tapes the Canadian trooper had claimed to have seen, but it was found that Baumeister’s car had no such videos in it, and it is thought that he had disposed of them somewhere before his death. The videos have never been found and we will probably never know what was on them. And so came to an end the life of a savage serial killer, but this would seemingly not be the end of him, and it appears that death was only the beginning for Herb Baumeister. In 2009, a Rob and Vicky Graves bought the Fox Hollow Farm estate, despite full well knowing the gruesome history of the property, and they were soon joined by Rob’s colleague from work, Joe Le Blanc, who they rented one of the property’s apartments to, along with his dog. It was not long at all before it became apparent that there was something very strange about their new home, and various paranormal activity started up almost immediately. It started with incredibly realistic, intense nightmares in which something was chasing them and which were so potent that in one case Joe bolted out of bed to smash his head on a doorframe. Other unexplained incidents started soon after, with electrical appliances often unplugged when no one was there or simply malfunctioning and turning off on their own. In some cases these electronics were said to continue operating even after unplugged. There were also unexplained knocks on the walls, floors, and doors at night, including one instance in which there was a knock on Joe’s bedroom door that was so powerful and insistent that the whole thing rattled in its frame. When he finally tore the door open it was found that there was no one there. When he closed the door his dog began to growl, and the doorknob started to turn back and forth before the door was suddenly smashed open with enough force to send wood splinters everywhere. There was no one there. Joe then saw a shadowy figure run through his apartment as if in fear before vanishing. He would later speculate that this was the ghost of one of the victims escaping from the malicious entity smashing down the door, thought to be the spirit of Baumeister himself. Joe had another knocking incident one night as he was washing dishes and heard a bang at the front door of his apartment. This knock was followed by more, each one more insistent and powerful, until he opened the door and once again found no one there. Indeed, there was no one to be seen outside at all, although he felt a heavy sense of being watched. He then caught something move out of the corner of his eye, but whirled about to see no one there. Again, his dog was reportedly acting agitated and snarling under its breath. This mysterious knocking phenomenon seemed to happen particularly to Joe, who experienced it time and time again at all hours of the day and night. Other ever escalating frightening incidents began to occur as well. The people living at the estate often found themselves poked, pushed, and prodded by unseen hands, and Joe’s dog, normally quite docile, began to routinely snarl and bark at unseen enemies for no discernible reason. Pots and pans and furniture would move on their own, and there were frequent instances of disembodied voices from nowhere. One of the most dramatic of the phenomena they reported happened one day when Vicky looked out the window to see a man wandering around the property wearing a red T-shirt. She went out to see who this trespasser was and that was when she noticed that the man had no legs, but was rather hovering over the ground, and he proceeded to vanish right before her eyes. The family searched the surrounding woods but could find no sign of whoever it had been. The mysterious man in the red T-shirt would be seen again when Joe was out one day walking his dog when he saw the very same spectral stranger. His dog apparently chased off after the mysterious stranger, after which he vanished into thin air. It would later be discovered that there were undiscovered human bones buried in the dirt in the very same area that this ghostly apparition had been seen. As soon as these bone fragments were removed the man in the red T-shirt ceased to appear. One of Joe’s friends, named Jeremy, heard about all of this weirdness and decided to come over to check it out, out of macabre curiosity. Jeremy came over and they took a swim in the estate’s pool, the very one at which Baumeister had killed most of his hapless victims. Jeremy was a self described hardcore skeptic, and wanted to show them all that there was nothing going on, but when he entered the water he would claim that he had been poked by unseen hands and that something had tried to pull him under and grab his throat. Witnesses said that he had genuinely seemed to be in dire trouble, and that he had panicked like they had never seen during the incident. Of all of the people living on the Fox Hollow Farm, Joe seemed to be the most haunted by these strange occurrences. He began to constantly complain of being followed around by an unseen presence and his apartment was plagued by all manner of anomalous noises, bangs, knocks, moving objects, and fleeting glimpses of shadowy figures lurking in the dark. One night he claimed that he had heard from his kitchen the distinctive sound of metal scraping, after which he looked to see that a kitchen knife had been removed from its place and that there were cut marks on the wall. It was this frightening incident that would convince Joe to try and reach out to the spirit or spirits that were haunting him through using EVP, or Electronic Voice Phenomenon, in which the voices of ghosts are captured on electrical equipment. He proceeded to turn off all of the electronics in his house and anything at all that could make noise and try to use his cell phone to record some sort of contact with the entities. On his first try he asked who the entity was in his kitchen and he almost immediately got the unmistakeable voice of a man saying “the married one.” Since all of Baumeister’s victims had been single gay men, Joe took this to mean that it was Baumeister himself. Indeed, the alleged ghosts of Fox Hollow Farm seem to be very prone to EVP recordings, vocal even, with such bizarre instances have been often recorded since, and many of the paranormal investigation teams who have flooded into the estate over the years have picked up this phenomenon. The Chicago Paranormal Society picked an anomalous exchange in 2012, in which they seem to be able to make contact with not only Baumeister himself, but also the victims, who give spooky warnings such as “Hurry up! He’s coming!” Whether it was real or not, the investigators themselves are obviously surprised and unsettled by the experience. The spooky exchange can be heard here . Daywalkers Paranormal were also able to record a full exchange with the ghost or ghosts, with Part 1 here and Part 2 here . It is really hard to make out what the supposed responses are, but it is all undeniably very creepy. The same investigative team had an EVP session with an entity in the pool’s pump room. You can hear it here . Two other sessions were captured by researcher Regina Wolf by the pool area and in the kitchen, which can be heard here . Indeed, Fox Hollow Farm had been a haven for ghost hunters and paranormal investigators for years, including the TV shows Ghost Adventures and Paranormal Witness , and some of the most spectacular EVP activity seen can be found at this place. Why that should be remains unknown. Fox Hollow Farm certainly has a dark history infused with violence and blood, but do its ghosts still linger here, tethered to the place of their horrific deaths or, in the case of Baumeister, their brutal deeds in life? Are they roaming this estate and if so, are they trying to reach out and communicate through EVP or is this just a bunch of spooky stories and over active imaginations? If it is real, why are these ghosts so particularly vocal? Haunted or not, Fox Hill Farm is an undeniably creepy place infused with an intriguing, malevolent past, and it surely seems that if ghosts should be anywhere, then it is here. Tags Bizarre Dangerous Ghosts Electronic Voice Phenomenon evp ghost attack Ghost Hunting ghosts haunting Paranormal serial killer true ghost stories unexplained phenomena Brent Swancer is an author and crypto expert living in Japan. Biology, nature, and cryptozoology still remain Brent Swancer’s first intellectual loves. He’s written articles for MU and Daily Grail and has been a guest on Coast to Coast AM and Binnal of America. You can follow Brent

The Cash-Landrum UFO: The Original Case Files - Blue Blurry Lines

Friday, November 24 2017

The Cash-Landrum UFO: The Original Case Files - Blue Blurry Lines

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 The Cash-Landrum UFO: The Original Case Files Since I began reviewing the 1980 UFO experience of Betty Cash, Colby and Vickie Landrum, in 2011, I’ve been searching for original reports, documents, photographs, even the earliest media coverage, the best collection of primary sources on the case. The story, early on, was transformed almost into a fairy tale or fable, and most accounts read like a story book tale. To get past the legend, to the facts of the case, I wanted to begin with the Mutual UFO Network original report, but no one seemed to have it. Or if they did, were unwilling to share it. In pursuit of it, I located other files and correspondence from UFO organizations that had participated the investigation of the case, the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS), the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO), The Fund for UFO Research (FUFOR), and investigators ranging from the super-skeptic Phil Klass to the wide open minded Dr. Leo Sprinkle. I’ve put most of those files online in the section of the BBL site, The Cash-Landrum UFO Case Resource Guide . However, the original case report filed to MUFON eluded me- until now. and it came with a lot of company.On November 11, I received a batch of documents from a former MUFON Mutual UFO Network officer, nine folders containing over 700 pages on the Cash-Landrum events, including case files, news clippings, magazine articles, manuscripts of MUFON articles and symposium lectures, correspondence, witness interviews, legal filings and more. There is some duplication from one file to another, often from a document being forwarded as part of correspondence, but that’s interesting, too as it shows how the information on the case was shared- or restricted. The first week was spent reading and indexing the file collection to isolate the portions that were new to me. Doing so, I took note of what was missing from the files. There was little reflecting the efforts of organizations other than MUFON, and there were also curious absences in the media coverage and conspicuous gaps in the case files themselves, missing primary documents, transcripts of interviews that were quoted elsewhere. It should be noted that there were no medical records of any kind, just summaries and correspondence discussing the health of the witnesses. The file collection, though very large, is incomplete.A key point of interest in the files are the documents released to reporter Billy Cox in response to his 1983 Freedom of Information Act request. I filed a FOIA for these same information in 2011, but was told the “records are no longer available for retrieval.” The contents of that file (along with some other documents) show a different picture of the military’s involvement with the case than the portrayal in UFO literature. Instead of a cover-up, there are numerous instances of government officials expressing interest in the case, military personnel cooperating and sharing information. The FOIA material does not support the witnesses’ account of a UFO and helicopter near Houston Intercontinental Airport, and much of it has effectively been suppressed, ignored by ufologists chronicling the story.Having become familiar with the new material, I am now in the process of incorporating the new material in chronological order and incorporating it into my existing case documents. After that, a re-examination of the case files will be necessary to see how the new material fits, if inconsistencies are found (yes, there are some noticed already) and to identify and follow up the cold leads. Also, there’s some further information about the meddling the case by William Moore and Richard Doty, their promotion of rumors of a secret experimental US craft powered by alien technology, and their manipulation of APRO and the UFO community to this end. I’ve provided three trusted colleagues with copies of the files for safekeeping, and to demonstrate the authenticity of the documents. The work on the files continues, and my plan is to eventually share them, all or in part, in the documents section here. Before that happens, redactions like addresses and phone numbers will have to be made in order to protect the privacy of the living individuals involved in the correspondence. This entire process is going to take some time, but I hope to provide updates along the way. Posted by