Feast your eyes on this digital abomination: the result of a single video uploaded, downloaded, then re-uploaded to YouTube 1,000 times.
Welcome once again, ladies and gentlemen, to our bi-yearly “Art Bell Leaves A Radio Show” special announcement. Yesterday, the prolific paranormal radio host Art Bell announced he’s hanging up the microphone one last time.
I thought I’d take a short break from reviewing old movies and instead turn my attention toward a much more recent release: The Nightmare, a documentary about sleep paralysis and all the strange things that happen to people who experience it.
Here’s something that’s got me excited: A new documentary about Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, produced and directed by Cody Meirick. The above trailer was released just a few days ago.
Art Bell hosted an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit this evening, in preparation for the launch of his new show, Midnight in the Desert, on July 20, 2015. He answered a variety of questions about everything from Midnight to his favorite paranormal stories. And in a mysterious turn of events, his Facebook page coincidentally exploded …
“From the high desert and the great American Southwest…” The time has come once again, folks. On July 20, 2015, Art Bell returns with a new online paranormal broadcast titled Midnight in the Desert, available free on the Dark Matter Digital Network. The program will air 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. PDT, 12:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. EDT, Monday through …
So, parallel universes. Outside of time travel, I can’t think of anything that grabs my imagination in quite the same way. Bizarre accounts of people visiting from other worlds. John Titor and his worldline divergence. That little phenomenon we’ve dubbed the Berenst#in Bears problem. It’s wild stuff, let me tell you.