Robert Berdella: The Butcher of Kansas City

November 16, 2018
April 2, 1988, the day before Easter Sunday. A naked man with a dog collar around his neck leaps from the second-story window of a house in Kansas City’s Hyde Park neighborhood. A neighbor finds the man crouched on his porch and calls 911. When police break open an unassuming white house on Charlotte Street, they find a torture dungeon like something straight out of a horror movie.

UFO investigations taken ‘Very Seriously’

November 15, 2018
“DEAR Mr. Redfern,” the letter began, “I have read several of your articles in UFO Magazine and thought you would be interested to know that my father was in the RAF [British Royal Air Force] in the 1950s and 1960s and I always remember him telling me that at RAF Farnborough there was supposed to be a top-secret office where the RAF carried out all its flying saucer investigations.” Rumors abound that, for years, the sprawling thousand-acre-plus Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) at Farnborough, Hampshire, England, housed a covertly operated unit that investigated UFOs in the 1950s and 1960s.

Exploring canadian monsters: Prince Edward Island

November 13, 2018
Prince Edward Island (PEI for short) is the smallest Canadian province at 5,686.03 square kilometers. It could fit into Canada’s second smallest province, Nova Scotia, about nine and a half times. It’s not just the size that makes PEI small, it’s the population. Only 146,283 people live on the main island and 231 minor islands that make up the province.

10 crazy attempts to turn humans into suicide weapons

November 10, 2018
Suicide bombing is synonymous with terrorists today, but that hasn’t always been the case. It used to be the mainstay of standing armies and was extensively used by the Axis powers during World War II. The kamikaze of Japan are a well-known example. Japanese pilots were trained to ram their airplanes into Allied ships.

Bag found that may have once held Sir Walter Raleigh’s head

November 09, 2018
SIR Walter Raleigh hasn’t been in the news for 400 years since he was beheaded on October 29, 1618. This past week, on the 400th anniversary of that event, he was a news item twice … and one of the stories was again about his beheading. Are we in a Raleigh renaissance? Will gentlemen start wearing capes and looking for ladies about to step in puddles? It’s 2018 … will ladies return the favor?

The strange demonic adventures of a prolific exorcist

November 05, 2018
Since time unremembered there have been rumored to be forces from beyond our understanding out to attack, harass, torment, and possess us. As well, just as long as these sinister entities have been around there have been those who would face and confront them, using the power of their faith to battle back the forces of evil. Exorcists have come in many forms and from many walks of life, all trying to keep the power of darkness at bay and becoming the themes of many a horror film.

The final resting places of 7 famous dogs

November 03, 2018
EVERY GOOD DOG DESERVES A proper send-off, but few pups reach a level of fame that earns them a memorial that will be visited for generations. These seven graves comprise a macabre memorial tour of the Western world’s most beloved fallen canines. These burial sites and monuments hold or honor dogs in a manner befitting humankind’s best friend.

Russian astronomer admits the existence of aliens

November 01, 2018
ON a day when NASA, Roscosmos and the rest of the world breathed a collective sigh of relief as a Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft and its crew returned safely to Earth after an aborted launch, news emerges of a leading Russian astronomer who believes we are not alone in the universe. How soon can one of these civilizations get here with a replacement?