The Unexplained

THE PARANORMAL, UFOs, Atlantis; unexplained mysteries that seem to remain elusive. Can they be understood? Can such phenomena be rationalized? I’m convinced they can. This mini-site is my attempt to explain these, and other, mysteries. Scroll down for studies of phenomena and click my theoretical essays, below. And if you like horror, try The Dark Zone.



The Anomalist
Daily Grail
British UFO Research Association
Unexplained Mysteries
Society for Psychical Research
Graham Hancock
Coast to Coast AM

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

Stonehenge Facts

The most impressive of over a thousand stone monuments in Britain and North West Europe, Stonehenge is on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire. Consisting of an inner horseshoe arrangement of stones surrounded by a circle of standing stones topped by horizontal lintels, some of the inner stones came from the Preseli Mountains in Wales.
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Grail Facts

The mythology behind the Grail says that it was brought to England by Joseph of Arimathea. The earliest believed site for it is Glastonbury, confirming the location’s spiritual heart.
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The world is full of coincidence. Scientist Camille Flammarion wrote about when an essay he was writing about the wind blew out of his window and was lost. It actually fell in front of a print worker who took it to work and printed it off for him.
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Rennes le Chateau

In the 1970s a new Grail chapter was opened by the publication of Grail mysteries concerning the events in Rennes le Chateau in the late 19th century. A local priest is said to have uncovered a treasure or secret knowledge, and from this point on he was immensely rich.
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We first hear of Atlantis in the ‘Timaeus’ and ‘Critias’; dialogues by the Greek philosopher Plato, written about 350BC. Claiming to have heard the story from Solon, who heard it from a priest of ancient Egypt, Atlantis was a fantastic island beyond the ‘Pillars of Hercules.’
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Explorer Sir Hubert Wilkins once went on an Arctic expedition in which he co-operated with researcher Harold Sherman. Over 68 nights he would spend a little time trying to communicate the events of the day by thought to Sherman in New York. Records of the test show that Sherman wrote some incredibly accurate notes.
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Abominable Snowman

The Abominable Snowman is elusive. He came to western notice in 1832, when B H Hodgson – British Resident at the Court of Nepal – talked of natives being frightened by a ‘wild man’ covered in long dark hair.
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Psychokinesis, or PK, is the supposed ability of the mind to affect matter. Best known through the spoon bending antics of Uri Geller, a spontaneous form of PK is believed, by some, to be behind the poltergeist phenomenon.
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