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Bigfoot
Bigfoot
The USA is of the most advanced technological societies on Earth. Could a primeval ape-human hybrid really have survived there in secret for centuries?...
Crop Circles
Crop Circles
Crop Circles seemed to be a phenomenon that was exclusively Modern Times, associated with UFOs, paranormal weather, and generally Weird Stuff, but records of unusual…...
Giant Bones
Giant Bones
David faced Goliath, the most famous giant in the bible… but not the only one. A great bible story? Perhaps, but the images floating around the internet suggest…...
Global Warming, Myth or Mayhem
Global Warming, Myth or Mayhem
The end of all we know. This is the worst case scenario that is presented when discussing Global Warming – or Global Cooling as it was once thought to be. Either way…...
King Arthur
King Arthur
Camelot. The very name summons images of knights in armor, fair maidens in need of rescue, castles imposing their will on the countryside, and countless other true to…...
Robin Hood
Robin Hood
Ah, Robin Hood; man who fought with quarterstaff and bow to defeat injustice and provide for the less fortunate. Or was it a murderer with a sword set out to exact…...
Stonehenge
Stonehenge
Most people know Stonehenge as the man made ring of ancient stones in England and attribute to it some association with the ancient Druidic and pagan people of that…...
The History And Mystery Of Ley Lines
The History And Mystery Of Ley Lines
Mystical lines of energy crisscross the surface of planet Earth, along which at various points are built structures of significance. Burial mounds, major roadways of…...
The Holy Grail
The Holy Grail
The Holy Grail: supposedly the vessel used by Jesus during the Last Supper, the Holy Grail has been the subject of story and song, expedition and exposition, theory…...
The Loch Ness Monster
The Loch Ness Monster
In 1934 a grainy black and white photograph gave the world the first apparent proof that the age old legend of a monstrous creature inhabiting Scotland’s Loch Ness was…...
The Myths and Legends at Glastonbury
The Myths and Legends at Glastonbury
There are many Myths and Legends at Glastonbury, two of which deal with Bible stories - one directly and one indirectly. Glastonbury’s tales are often told singularly,…...
The Sidhe
The Sidhe
From the Phooka to the Leprechaun, the Sidhe have provided the grist for story and song for centuries for the Irish people. They have many names, many forms, and many…...
White Horse
White Horse
Three thousand years old, the Uffington White Horse is one of the more distinct of the many hill figures and chalk figures that dot the English countryside. The White…...
Witches
Witches
“Boil, boil, toil and trouble…” This is the line most associate with the caricature of witches, a line taken from William Shakespeare’s depiction off three witches…...
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