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Austin Live Theatre: Surfin' UFO, Electronic Planet Ensemble at the Vortex

January 17, 2010 by


Surfin’ UFO Electronic Planet Ensemble presents Surfin’ UFO, a multi-dimensional, multi-media, inter-galactic love story. Feel the power of nature riding inside the curl of a monster wave. Fall in love with a space girl. The Anunnaki are knocking at your door, and one of them looks just like Bridgitte Bardot. Planet X, 2012, crop circles, […]

March Art Events at The South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

March 11, 2009 by


Opening Reception for Powell St. John “Surrealistically Fantastical Art on Display” Host: South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Type: Music/Arts – Opening Network: Global Date: Saturday, March 14, 2009 Time: 7:00pm – 11:00pm Location: South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Street: 1516-B S Lamar Blvd City/Town: Austin, TX : View Map Google MapQuest Microsoft […]

911 Truther Shoots Movement in Foot – Commits Pseudocide

January 11, 2009 by


911 Truther Shoots Movement in Foot – Commits Pseudocide by SMiles Lewis As if the 911 Truth Movement weren’t weird and ridiculed enough already – now it goes and shoots itself in the foot … again. How often do people come across a severed human head lying in the middle of the road? Apparently as […]

“Cryptozoology” photo exhibit at St.Edward’s University

October 24, 2008 by


Loren Coleman posted an item over at Cryptomundo today about an art exhibit at St. Edward’s Universtity, here in Austin, TX. Jeff Wilson’s Cryptozoology photo exhibit, running through November 5 at the St. Edward’s University Fine Arts Gallery (map), is described as photography that “subtly insinuate(s) the existence of the mythological, mysterious and unexplained in […]

Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie

March 10, 2008 by


Southern Ohio may seem a world-away from the Pacific Northwest habitat one typically pictures when they hear the word Bigfoot, but the region does have a rich history of hairy biped reports. The rugged Appalachian foothills of southeastern Ohio, in particular, have a number of reports from the Shawnee State Forest in Scioto and Adams […]

Real or Surreal – Black Ops Badges

March 7, 2008 by


by SMiles Lewis Some time back I saw this allegedly official patch for stealth bomber pilots and crew. The 509th Bomber Wing were the first atomic bomb flyers and were based out of Roswell, New Mexico. I never thought it was likely to be real. Then last year friend and fellow researcher Greg Bishop wrote […]