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Hey gang, It's that time again: I've been traveling (and, indeed, am actually on a plane as we speak), so no longform post today. Our latest Most Dangerous Game will be published on Wednesday as Continue Reading > about Mini-Post: “Skinny Bob” And The Mystery Of Ivan0135
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It’s been one of the great unexplained space mysteries for decades: A sequence of six numbers and letters which, when taken together, represent a radio signal so astonishing that the first word that Continue Reading > about The Wow! Signal May Have Finally Been Solved, And It’s Probably Not Aliens
Previously: The Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center. In 1978, construction began on a curious new housing development in the Sanzhi District of New Taipei City, Taiwan. Intended to be a resort Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Sanzhi UFO Houses and the Future That Never Was (Photos)
Previously: “Smile Dog.” There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned UFO story. Or is it a UFO story? Maybe it’s a ghost story. No. A zombie story. No. An unexplained geographical phenomenon story. Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "The Disappearance of Ashley, Kansas"