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Do You Believe in Flying Saucers?

Sending a man into space was only the dreams of science fiction writers of the early 20th century, until Alan Sheppard and John Glenn were fired into orbit around the Earth in the 60’s. 437 more words

2015 - A New Year, A New Book?

2014 was an interesting year for me. I completed my first book, after working on it for twenty years. Why so long? Before I retired, it was hard to make the time to sit down at my cold, black, plastic keyboard, collect my thoughts, and then chisel them into my hard drive while trying to switch my brain from work to creating. 343 more words

In Search of a Soul

When God made man He took a hand full of clay from the Earth and formed a man. It is my belief that when He blew His breath into man’s nostrils, he interjected a part of Himself into that man, Adam. 411 more words

WHAT A RIDE!

Excerpt from Beyond the Red Sky:

Andy looked down where Col. Mac pointed and his eyes were drawn toward a bright light that appeared straight ahead of them out in the now blood-red sky. 480 more words

Aliens

"Not Just an Armchair Researcher": Bigfoot, UFOs, and the Modern Truthseekers

Ever since I could remember, I wanted to be a conspiracy theorist.

And why wouldn’t I? The concept that there might be far more to the world and, hell, the universe I live in was and still is exciting. 2,361 more words

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Almanac December 13, 1952: Hi, I'm a Stranger in These Parts

George Adamski had his first close encounter of the weird kind in November 1952 when he and a few friends were out in California’s Colorado Desert.  Read more.

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December 13, 1952: Hi, I'm a Stranger in These Parts

George Adamski had his first close encounter of the weird kind in November 1952 when he and a few friends were out in California’s Colorado Desert. 324 more words

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