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This week on The Gralien Report, we discuss sea monsters, haunted islands, and the frightening “zombification” of children in remote corners of the world. Also, have you ever hoped to catch a glimpse of a “mer-hadal”? Well this week may be your chance to finally luck-out…
The Gralien Report Podcast for March 27, 2012
And continuing our unusually-crypto-themed program, during hour two we also feature a very special interview with Lyle Blackburn, author of the new book The Beast of Boggy Creek (Anomalist Books). This one is sure to become a new classic in many catalogs of cryptozoological curiosity. And, as always, show notes are provided below for those of you hoping to practice up for the county spelling bee this summer…
What washed up on Folly Beach, SC?
Cameron goes to the REAL Hadal Zone
British politician claims that his ‘real’ mother is an alien!
Mystery “nodding disease” turns children into zombies in Ugandaby
2 Replies to “The Gralien Report Podcast for March 27, 2012”
Dr. X was in France, not Italy – and a war injury also healed, not just the hematoma. He and his infant son (who was with him when the beam hit him, his son’s cries alerted Dr. X to the disc) subsequently both developed triangles on their abdomens intermittently.
Dr. X also experienced contact with very strange beings, alternate landscapes, and so on. Very good discussion of this case in Vallee’s Confrontations. steph (another notorious know it all 😉
2 things re. alien memes:
* If I’m not mistaken, Adasmky did not claim to have communicated with Norton in a completely ‘telepathic’ fashion; he said the dialogue involved a mix of hand gestures and signs too.
* Dr. X was not from Italy, but France; and aside from his (at the time) recent leg wound caused by chopping wood, the light from the flying saucer also cured him from a much older partial paralysis dating back from the time he was stationed in Algeria –man, I’d love to have one of THOSE kinds of close encounters.
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