Things That Don’t Fit

I’m the mini-site for the things that don’t fit – the home page that isn’t – never mentioned, never linked to, with no home – just hanging here, like the subjects, from Disaster to Scandal. Like Graffiti:


TRUE CRIME  features case studies on most areas of crime, my own theories on page below & try my crime fiction.

CONSPIRACY CONTROL – secretive forces out to manipulate and control, but what is the reality behind conspiracy theory?

GREEN SCENE is about the environment – what green issues mean. What’s really behind our eco-vandalism. Green news on Eye On the World.

CULT WATCH – What can cults teach us about normal life? A great deal – just the extreme side of normal social interaction.


I’m the unwanted thoughts, screaming to get out – the ultimate nightmares of that supermonster, PsychoMan.
Maybe you came from one of these pages:


Theory looking for fact. Well look below – scroll down for studies, then marry with theory page above. Whatever you’re looking for, it’s there, like Magic ..


Thinker’s Corner Scribblers ‘r’ I PsychoMan
Rattler’s Tale   Eye On the World

Boxing Day Tsunami

On Boxing Day 2004 the Indian Tectonic Plate was pushed under the Burma Plate. The subsequent earthquake went on for nearly ten minutes and was one of the highest-order of magnitude ever recorded by seismographs.
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Tunguska Event

On 30 June 1908 a huge fireball exploded in the sky above the Tunguska river in Siberia. Being a wilderness, no human life was lost, but a blinding flash was witnessed as far away as Britain.
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On the night of 14/15 April 1912, the British passenger ship Titanic sank, killing some 1,500 passengers and crew. Skippered by Capt Edward Smith, the Titanic was 46,000 tons and carried 2,200 passengers and crew.
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German airship, Hindenburg – eight hundred feet long and able to carry a hundred passengers and crew in luxury. At 7.25pm on 6 May 1937 it burst into flame on approach to Lakehurst, New Jersey.
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On the morning of 28 January 1986 the space shuttle Challenger blew up 73 seconds after a perfect lift-off from Cape Canaveral, killing all seven crew. It had been a cold morning, and the actual cause of the disaster was a split rubber seal on a booster rocket, known to often malfunction in cold weather.
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Great Fire of London

The Great Fire of London began on 2 September 1666 in a bakery in Pudding Lane, near London Bridge. Aided by strong winds and densely packed wooden buildings, by 5 September half of the old Medieval city of London had been burnt down, including St Paul’s Cathedral.
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