Chapter 5 SPY VERSUS PSI? Though many questions linger regarding the incredible Point Pleasant events of 1966-1968, the one that most bothers me is why, given the undeniable amount of activity, these are not mentioned in the greater volume of published UFO/Paranormal literature. Is this due to simple denial of unpleasant events, or to […]Read more "BLACK LIGHT: PERSPECTIVES ON MYSTERIOUS PHENOMENA (#6)"
Chapter 4 IS THAT A GOVERNMENT CONSPIRACY IN YOUR POCKET, OR ARE YOU JUST HAPPY TO SEE ME? As many readers of UFO/Paranormal literature know, the “right” questions have been asked (notably by John Keel, Jim Keith, Gray Barker—with qualification, due to Jim Moseley’s admission that he and Barker orchestrated some hoaxes—Timothy Green Beckley, and […]Read more "BLACK LIGHT: PERSPECTIVES ON MYSTERIOUS PHENOMENA (#5)"
Chapter 3 MOTHMAN REDUX I think it’s a fair assumption that most readers of UFO/Paranormal literature are familiar—perhaps overly so—with the events that occurred between 1966-1968 at Point Pleasant, West Virginia. “Mothman,” UFO sightings, Men in Black menacing locals, synchronicities, and literally the entire spectrum of psychic phenomena. This chapter, though based on extant […]Read more "BLACK LIGHT: PERSPECTIVES ON MYSTERIOUS PHENOMENA (#4)"
Chapter 2 BELIEF IS THE ENEMY A seemingly impossible-to-breach barrier awaits any serious explorer of mysterious phenomena: belief systems. It is difficult indeed to underestimate the sheer, practically overwhelming, power of belief for it is made of emotion. Those who investigate ghosts, poltergeist activity, channeling, and the spectrum of psychic phenomena, all too often […]Read more "BLACK LIGHT: PERSPECTIVES ON MYSTERIOUS PHENOMENA (#3)"