Category Archives: Conspiracy Theories

Let Sleeping Lines Ley

Something I’ve seen mention of occasionally but didn’t really know a lot about was the concept of ley lines, which are basically invisible lines that connect significant places. Alfred Watkins, a businessman who dabbled in antiquity, came up with the … Continue reading

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More Moors

Into the Unknown – This is a 1981 Reader’s Digest book that Beth had as a kid, and liked looking at the pictures. There really are a lot of cool illustrations in here, including a hellmouth from the Hours of … Continue reading

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Fair Value

Beneath the Sugar Sky, by Seanan McGuire – The third book in the Wayward Children series follows up on the first. A girl named Rini arrives at Eleanor West’s home, looking for her mother Onishi Sumi, who had been murdered. … Continue reading

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No Animal Is an Island

Animal Crossing: New Horizons – I got this as a Valentine’s Day present, and I’ve been trying to put a little bit of time into it every day. I’ve played AC on the GameCube and New Leaf on the DS, … Continue reading

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The No Bullet Theory

The Conjuring – A haunted house movie featuring a fictionalized portrayal of real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (by which I mean they were real people, not necessarily that the paranormal is real). There wasn’t that much about it … Continue reading

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Pulp Life

When looking for information on fiction involving underground worlds, I came across references to Richard Sharpe Shaver (hopefully nobody called him “Dick”), author and likely paranoid schizophrenic who wrote science fiction adjacent stories about ancient superhumans who lived underground. Ray … Continue reading

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Too Much Malarkey

I watched the debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden last night, so I might as well comment on that and related political issues. Do people really change their minds about whom to vote for based on debates? It’s not … Continue reading

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I Put a Spell on You

We’ve started watching movies and television that relate to Halloween or horror, so here are two of those films: Hocus Pocus – Beth had already seen this, but that was twenty-seven years ago when it was new. She said she liked … Continue reading

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Squink, Squank, Squonk

I saw a mention on Twitter of the Squonk, a mythical animal from my old home state of Pennsylvania, albeit not the part I’m from. Legends of this woeful creature come from the hemlock forests in the northern part of … Continue reading

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Listening Backward

One thing I was reminded of in response to my recent post on Satanic panic was that there were some people who genuinely did do horrible things due to what they thought were messages from the Devil or some other … Continue reading

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