Well, folks, it’s been a good run, but I think the time has come for a drastic change. Ghosts? Bigfoot? John Titor? It’s all old hat, as I’m sure you’ll agree. So tonight I’m happy to announce, effective immediately, that the focus of Stranger Dimensions is going to shift from science and the paranormal to …
In the ongoing adventures of me being totally confused by the Ghostbusters reboot, yesterday Sony released a new video showcasing their latest invention — The Proton Pack™ — as a sort of early April Fools’/marketing thing. They even sent out a press release.
Hanson Robotics, spearheaded by one Dr. David Hanson, are behind some of the most fascinating (and creepy) human-like robots in existence. Now, Hanson has mixed one part Audrey Hepburn with one part his own wife to create a new robot that seems rather excited about destroying humanity: Sophia.
Speaking of old unsolved mysteries, let’s take a brief journey back to the late 1990s and look at a segment from a show called Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction. People are always telling me about this particular episode, and I can see why – it’s pretty creepy, at first glance.
Here I am again, hunched over a laptop in the middle of the night, wondering how it’s already been three years since Bioshock Infinite came out, and over four since I opened Stranger Dimensions. Tell me time travel isn’t possible.
Would you believe it? Fifteen years ago, on March 24, 2001, the individual posting as John Titor left his final message on the Post2Post Art Bell forum, leaving behind a timeless mystery, and one of my favorite urban legends of the information age.
Many Alternate-Reality Games (ARGs) have come and gone throughout the years. They often involve puzzles and hidden information that people follow to uncover clues and reveal pieces of a story. I’ve never participated in one, myself, outside of browsing old Slusho websites and wondering what the Cloverfield monster would be back in 2007. But that …