A fun article on some interesting recently discovered plants and animals:
Of particular interest:
“Cercopithecus lomamiensis: Residents of the Democratic Republic of the Congo have been familiar with the lesula monkey for years, though scientists didn’t see it until 2007 and only gave it an official classification last year. The monkeys have a delicate, human-like face surrounded by a frill of fur.”
Tony Harrington has written an article on Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland for ghosts.org.
A new article on the story of the Bear Lake Monster today on the Cryptozoology Page.
Several new stories on the True Ghost Stories page.
Have you seen The Maze? It’s an old horror movie loosely based on the legend of Glamis Castle. More comedy than horror by today’s standards, but still high entertainment if you don’t mind a little (or a lot) cheese with your watching. My daughter and I loved it.
I took some pictures of a vintage “ESP test” board game I found at a thrift store last year.
Tony Harrington has contributed a piece on automatic writing.
Some great new stories added today, including a very spooky tale of a mysterious hitchhiker.
I’ve added an article to the Cryptozoology Page on the Mapinguari of Brazil, a creature said to resemble a giant ground sloth.